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Kalanchoe thyrsiflora [luciae]
Stock Number: 60419
"Paddle Plant" or "Flap Jack" or "Oyster Plant." These common names reflect the considerable popularity of this South African species with flat oval diagonally-placed leaves with an arresting silvery effect from white mealy surfaces, & with a distinct red rim appearing when grown in high light. A paniculate inflore...
$5.25
Kalanchoe tomentosa Chocolate Soldier
Stock Number: 60421
Field collection in Madagascar: dimunitive variety with the entire leaf chocolate-umber tipped black--tends to send up many small inflorescences with pelted bracts.
$4.50
Kalanchoe tomentosa European Clone
Stock Number: 60423
Dense wider "Panda Plant" leaves than the typical species form with very bright white pelting and blackish toned toothed tips as long as given very bright light and good air movement. Best contrast of any selection we have trialed , but absolutely needs full sun and reliable air movement to achieve its potential.
$8.00
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Kalanchoe tubiflora [delagoensis]
Stock Number: 60427
"Hollywood Palm" or "Chandelier Plant" Erect pinkish stems thickly hung with pendant cylindric dark leaves spotted reddish brown and emerald and tipped with notches nurturing bundles of plantlets; showy clusters of pale red bellflowers pendant mid winter from elaborate terminal inflorescence. Madagascar native. The sec...
$2.75
Kalanchoe velutina
Stock Number: 60429
Thick furred arched or creeping, sprouting stems shingled with wide fleshy rich green oval plush leaves slightly toothed; clusters of upright Cantalope toned flowers fade to salmon. Easy popular indoor plant, great for kids. Certainly the teddy bear of the Kalanchoe tribe.
$4.50
Ledebouria ovatifolia
Stock Number: 65823
Very wide pale green jade-toned fleshy leaves fan out into an open circle over the fat, swollen surface bulb; winter dormant (leafless) if kept quite cool during winter; very slow to offset. Of more botanic than horticultural interest.
$8.00
Ledebouria pauciflora
Stock Number: 65824
Wonderful miniature with delicately mottled fleshy leaves on clustering glossy surface bulbs. Lovely undemanding houseplant; always a favorite carefree windowsill citizen; excellent addition to any dish garden and a great visual companion to the more commonly available L. socialis.
$4.00
Ledebouria socialis
Stock Number: 65827
Formerly Scilla violacea. "Silver Squill" Rich purple swollen bulblets in thick clusters support small violet- backed leaves whose surfaces are dotted silver. Easy houseplant with small wands of tiny white flowers produced seasonally. If allowed to become a many-headed specimen, the winter blooms can be quite impressiv...
$3.00
Ledebouria socialis Gila Monster
Stock Number: 65829
A lovely olive ovals scattered on ash blue to glaucus green leaves held in bunches over the swollen bulbs which ofset to form a perfect hemisphere. Originally shared with us by Ruth Crane, this beauty is probably a separate species not accurately identified.
$4.00
Ledebouria socialis Juda
Stock Number: 65830
A cultivar selected by the late Juda Livesay sporting fantastic white variegation as stripes throughout which become pink-tinted in strong light. Much valued by collectors of unusual variegates. Not as vigorous as the species forms. Usually shipped as divisions in dry perlite to prevent any rotting.
$38.00
Ledebouria violacea
Stock Number: 56904
Whorled fleshy leaves with dark motting emerge from the clustering surface bulbs. Known as Scilla violacea in victorian times.  Much larger statured than the other "Tropical Squills" offered in this list. This is the stunner of the group.
$12.00
Lenophyllum pusillum
Stock Number: 60434
Tight clustered Crassula cousin usually under one inch in height (the yellow-flowered inflorescence might impressively reach another full inch); the fat keeled red-green leaves root where ever they scatter, thus quickly forming a glossy carpet for succulent bonsai. Please be aware that this will probably defoliate duri...
$4.00
Lobivia coquimbana [hort]
Stock Number: 66222
From the Jim Peterson collection. Ribbed short "Stems" soon form low attractive cacti clumps. Lovely silky blossoms.
$6.50
Mangave Macho Mocha [hyb]
Stock Number: 68594
More correct as Mangave hybrid as is a Carl Schoenfeld cross of Manreda variegata with Agave Seisii resulting in a impressive rosette/whorl of fleshy rubbery glaucous leaves spotted with red polkadots brightest in full sun.  Responds to regular watering.
$15.00
Monadenium coccineum
Stock Number: 67331
"Masai Spurge" slender angled stems with upright art Noveau ridges topped with multiple scarlet to pink showy cymes--thesebright hooded flowers open near Thanksgiving and still are colorful at Easter! The serrate-edged keeled leaves are deciduous. Popular.
$6.50
Monadenium guentheri guentheri
Stock Number: 67334
"Sausage Spurge" Fat tubercled stems, much branched, with fat sickle-shaped leaves and bract-cup cymes of greenish-white with lovely purple mottling; from Kenya. Quite successful as a "Medusa Head" on top of statuary.
$4.00
Neoalsomitra podagrica
Stock Number: 40661
"Sea Urchin Plant" From huge "Swollen Pickle" ground-level stems, thinner succulent stems arise, bearing rough waxy, fingered leaves; unique yet of easy culture. The basal thick "pickles" form the first season, then send up vines the next. Too much fun not to grow. Every collector needs a cucumber in their windowsill. ...
$22.00
Operculicaryia decaryi
Stock Number: 40673
This remarkable "Madagascar Bonsai" develops thick woody (short) trunks with striking diamond shaped outswellings of bark supporting semi cascading short branchlets with a filigree of tiny black green pinnate leaves.  Forms an impressive specimen without wiring and pruning; an all season performer.  This pric...
$60.00
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Opuntia microdasys alba-spina
Stock Number: 66283
"Cotton Candy Prinkly Pear" Flat pads of bright white spines on plants that branch and cluster with interesting shapes. The plants we sell are rooted plants with one to three pads. The pictures, of course, show the plant after several years. You do not want to touch the fuzz because the little spines will come off on y...
$4.00
Opuntia subulata cristata
Stock Number: 66268
A wonderful rich bright green fasciation of "Eve's Pincushion " with the typical persistent fleshy needles erupting from a short tangle of white fuzzy spined cushions. Eventually forms a tall hemisphere of thick curved crests. Chilean native requiring full sun, reliable air movement, excellent drainage. We prefer to se...
$15.00
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Opuntia vestita
Stock Number: 56942
"Cotton Coral Cactus" Slim very furry slim columns densely cloaked with thin long white hairs--must have good air movement, full sunlite. Deep red flowers appear on this "Cotton Pole" with erect stalks.
$8.00
Opuntia vestita cristata
Stock Number: 66267
"Cotton Coral Cactus" Slim very furry fans with dramatic fasciate tips densely cloaked with thin long white hairs--must have good air movement, full sunlite, and excellent drainage. Deep red flowers appear on any reverted "Cotton Pole" slim stalks. Usually most safely shipped as calloused unrooted cuttings, but best in...
$25.00
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Opuntia vulgaris monocantha monstrosa variegata
Stock Number: 66049
"Marbled Maverick Cactus" Remains the dramatic vertically bold tropical Cactus most easily grown into a stunning piece of living sculpture--even on a sunny windowsill, as it has no seasons and no objections to fertilizer or heat. Rich ivory marbled slightly flattened pad clusters become pinkish-violet in high light. Be...
$6.25
Opuntia vulgaris variegata
Stock Number: 66050
"Joseph's Coat" Long flattened white chocolate pads with random designs of green. Must have full light to survive. An oddity originally received from Hummel--not to be confused with the dwarf, much branched "Maverick Cactus." Typically, we cut and root a pad for you only upon receiving your order; but can easily send a...
$15.00
Orbea variegata
Stock Number: 60151
"Starfish Cactus" (But of course not a Cactus but a member of the Milkweed family.) Small stems bear large yellow starflowers marked umber and purple, accented by a central ring (called annulus). Formerly Stapelia variegata, requiring constant warmth, quickly rotting if chilled. These are sent as sections in dry perlit...
$8.00
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Ornithogalum caudatum
Stock Number: 65833
"Sea Onion" or "German Onion" Glossy strap leaves top the ever expanding, ever more impressive opalescent green bulbs (which sit on the surface of the soil) whose sides constantly erupt to give "birth" to new bulblets (produced in clusters under each onion skin of the bulb surface), thus known everywhere as the "Pregna...
$4.50
Ornithogalum tenuifolium
Stock Number: 65616
Very showy glossy surface bulbs topped with sweeps of upright slim lf blades & wands of green flowers used for cutting in tropical gardens. Offsetting clumps soon produce handsome specimens with gradually forming hemispheres of the waxy endlessly offsetting bulbs. Must have full sun to keep the foliage erect.
$4.00
Oxalis peduncularis
Stock Number: 40701
Impressive stocky erect stems hold fleshy leaves and orange to yellow flowers. Grow as a succulent; prefers a Summer rest period in the warm south. Strong upright grower in your Winter greenhouse.
$5.75
Oxalis peduncularis Ken's Cockscomb
Stock Number: 66706
No two stems fasciate in the same pattern on this succulent species with yellow flower clusters.  This photo shows a double crest as well as a species form reversion. This Oxalis will try to constantly revert.
$22.00
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Pachypodium geayi
Stock Number: 60529
The famous silver type of the "Madagascar Palm" with glossy silver-gray spines and pinkish ribs on the silvery column topped with purplish strap leaves and white flowers.
$7.50
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