Stock Number: 66108
"Wickerware Cactus" or "Coral Cactus" Stout cylindric stems arch under the multitudes of shorter terminal joints which interarch to form three-dimensional "Art Deco" patterns. This makes a major statement in time. Occassionally sent as an unrooted cutting in moss.
Stock Number: 99702
Mossed cuttings of these easily grown tropical "Mistletoe" Cacti. 5 plants
Stock Number: 61023
Thickly clustering winged stemlets create a more regular outline than do most of its cousins. Easily grown given perfect drainage.
Stock Number: 66113
"Corkscrew Cactus" The flattened stems grow straight. Thrives in bright broken light and barky mix kept barely moist. A perfect piece of flora for the terminally disturbed collector who will never find a perfect peace/piece of mind. Sent as an unrooted cutting in dry moss.
Stock Number: 66194
"Corkscrew Cactus" The flattened stems twist like an auger. Thrives in bright broken light and barky mix kept barely moist. A perfect piece of flora for the terminally disturbed collector who will never find a perfect peace/piece of mind. Sent as an unrooted cutting in dry moss if not currently potted.
Stock Number: 66263
"Mini Piecrust Cactus" Stiftly arching branching stems are crimped attractively. Imagine R. paradoxa reduced by a third of its dimensions.Sent sometimes as a mossed unrooted cutting.
Stock Number: 66117
(Lepisium species according to some authorities) Stout cylindrical stems with red-ringed, nearly bristleless areoles bearing large ivory green flowers tinged pearl pink several times a year. Easiest one to bloom; but quite slow growing. Typically sent as a mossed URCutting.
Stock Number: 66121
A lovely soft white-haired deep green-emerald miniature; slim short segments in attractive bundles arching to form mini fountains. Rare terrestial species from Madagascar, ever so perfect when introduced to a succulent wreath design as it loves the perfectly drained moss. While usually available in pots in the nursery,...
Stock Number: 66122
"Seaweed Cactus" or "Snowdrop Cactus" with cascading branched narrow stem/branches which often flatten into serrately-lobed ribbons edged with bell-shaped faded ivory flowers, which, if pollinated are then followed by brilliant red berries. Perhaps best to consider this skinny guy to be more odd than attractive? Sent a...
Stock Number: 66128
"Bottlebrush Cactus" or "Clumpy Mistletoe Cactus" Wonderful irregularly jutting cylindrical branches, with bristled apex areas, are tightly studded with wisk-branchlets. Brazilian epiphyte. Usually sent as unrooted cuttings in moss.
Stock Number: 66027
Arching stems form a chain of rhomboid wings, each with crenate edges, developing a purplish blush in sufficient light. Usually ships as an unrooted cutting in moss.
Stock Number: 66131
"Thick Winged Cactus" Deeply scalloped (crenate) heavy oval- segmented stems--sometimes three-winged--carry terminal flowers followed by white berries. Brazil native usually sent as a mossed URCutting..
Stock Number: 66135
Quite unique species from Uruguay with deeply ridged pendant sizable stem segments; name means "five-winged" but the stem often carries six flared ridges. White flowers. Sent as a mossed unrooted cutting.
Stock Number: 66139
"Red Mistletoe" Fat cylindrical, compact stems with many red berries. Very deliberate growing species for the collector. Always shipped as a cutting in moss.
Stock Number: 66143
A mop of small many sided stems with bristly hairs. Unique Madagascar species as nearly all Cacti are New World natives.
Stock Number: 66144
"Copper Branch" Rounded to four-angled stems produce rhombic flat (or three-winged) segments with crenate edges--turns rich coppery-purple in full light combined with organic fertilizer; blossoms like tiny strawflowers of pale yellow marked with red. Shipped as a mossed unrooted cutting.
Stock Number: 66256
A vigorous handsome "Cascade Ribbon Plant" with long very angular succulent segments (some flat two-dimensional, others with three jade green wings) typically branching at each segment - creating an impressive curtain. From Rio de Janero this stiffly outlined one is sent as a mossed unrooted cutting..
Stock Number: 66161
Arched then completely pendant flat tapeworm stems turn deep violet red in high light (but may stay green if heavily fertilized); tiny blossoms are followed by ornamental shell pink berries lining both edges of the ribbon stems most attractively. This unsegmented stemmed Caribbean now considered to possibly be Discocac...
Stock Number: 66134
Unidentified, but quite distinctive, species with smooth slim cylindric stems which are absolutely laxly pendant and branch only occasionally to make the downward plunge even more dramatic--this can easily drape downward six or more feet, given enough time and love. Sent as mossed unrooted cuttings.
Stock Number: 66207
Dark very thick pendant earthworm stems are sometimes punctuated with pink blushed cacti flowers. A distinctive extremely slow growing species, typically sent as an unrooted cutting in moss
Stock Number: 68080
"Bushman's Cure" Called "!hwi" & taken to cure abdominal pains & diarrhoea. Flat outspread small rosettes of dark dusky green (bluish in full sun) leaves with corky margins & tips-- This is an extremely slow growing compact German clone from the collection at Heidleberg, which was shared with us by the late...
Stock Number: 68082
"Father-in-law Tongue" Large tall glossy gray green strap leaf blades held in close clumps to emphasize their pale bands of spots and blotches. Intolerant of any chill. Similar to S. longiflora which seems slightly more olive toned and less rigidly erect. These two have never bloomed here in our nursery simultaeously f...
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Stock Number: 68270
Bright green spiky "Hedgehog" type with many stolons (even from upper trunk); the fat upper keeled lower third leaves adorned with a papery horned edge. Much shorter and more compacted clusters of leaves than similar larger statured ones from Kenya. A Werner Rauh collection which has undergone many name changes over th...
Stock Number: 68088
S. sulcata "probably more correct" according to the German authority-Pfennig. Single erect cylindric leaf per "head" with deep green longitudinal furrows; tall flower scape emerges quite separately. Needs very reliable light levels to perform well as the extremely extended slim terete leaves tend to droop precipitiousl...
Stock Number: 68089
Typically paired curved erect deep green leaves, slightly patterned, only inches tall--sometimes arching up to ten inches if grown in reduced light; forming an advancing cluster of these upthrust tusks, all grooved and shyly glossy. Excellent as a windowsill plant, beautiful for the hues it develops in lite gardening, ...
Stock Number: 99075
A good initial introduction to these "Hemp Plants" reflecting their diversity of leaf design & habits from the "Mother in Law Tongues" to the "Hedgehogs" on to the "Birdsnests." 5 plants
Stock Number: 68096
Please limit your orders to under 5 plants unless you prearrange your order--now that rumors of its medicinal properties are spreading, some orders are reaching unusual proportions. This is the popular "Snake Plant" with recurved terete tapered leaves, with hard tips & darker transverse bands, in handome open fans....
Stock Number: 68100
Furrowed rounded tannish ochre to brownish-green leaves arrayed in upright rigid heavy fans--the infamous "Rhinograss" of dramatic appearance, with sharp-pointed, stemless succulent (unforgiving) bayonette leaves. Specimen houseplant demanding full sun. In short supply at times; please inquire before ordering. The pric...
Stock Number: 68102
"Fountain Plant" Arched rosettes similar to S. parva, but with wider pale tannish leaves more strap like and slightly glaucous, becoming low arched for they are far more flexible--thus making it a perfect basket subject. Delicately scented bloom spikes. Underground stolons soon fill pot with glaucous soft strapped whor...
Stock Number: 68156
Fabulous short thickly-swollen rigidly prostrate leaves of gray to brown-green with paler flecking; tiny concave ridge on leaf surface disappears with age as new nodes (eventually, as the clump matures) send out a "singular" single leaf up to eight feet in height--you may have to buy property in Kenya to ever achieve t...