Stock Number: 67483
A Massara E.m. bosseri x delphinensis hybrid with glossy weeping stems, armed with sharp spines, clothed with rubbery dark foliage, and studded with petite bright green blossoms; perfect for a hanging basket. While this Massara creation's habit may be disconcerting to some, it does lend itself admirably to forming a sk...
Stock Number: 67755
Slim spiny trunks with dusky pink to buff apricot flowers. Makes a great punk succulent bonsai. Blame Kip Traughber for the name. Both the "Crown of Thorns" and Kip remain reprobates.
Stock Number: 67517
Pale lemon custard cyathophylls with showy apricot halo on heavily branched thick stems fiercely decorated with dense spines. Easily grown Frieling hybrid.
Stock Number: 67205
Frieling hybrid: thorny splendens habit; odd pink-clay toned cyathophylls--reliably everblooming given good light, heat, and adequate fertilizer.
Stock Number: 67447
Sulphur-ochre caythophylls accented with unusually bright, prominent sulphur-colored lower bracts at base; thich midveins on long leaves. Odd Frieling hybrid still popular.
Stock Number: 67157
"Dwarf Crown-of-thorns" Heavily branched miniature with everblooming small wide red cyathophylls. Some offer this as E. splendens bojeri.
Stock Number: 67445
Red elongated small cyathophylls punctuate the very lovely variegated foliage: each small pert leaf displays a dramatic bright creamy gold margin; short stubby stems grow slowly. Not for the impatient. Availability can be irregular as this keeps being ordered in considerable numbers; nonetheless, we usually manage to h...
Stock Number: 81097
Many-branched hybrid with each elongated leaf tipped with blotches of white, the white sometimes extending on down as a narrow rim of cream. Quite distinctive clone from 'Asiatica' with pink "flowers" turning soft plum in sun.
Stock Number: 67446
Gray stems with reduced spines; tiny thin-tailed green cyathophylls suggest E. mahafalensis parent. Selected by Frieling. Leaves are blunt on the tips.
Stock Number: 67212
A complex Frieling hybrid involving imperatae; heavily branching miniature shrub with multi-hued cyathophylls of red-salmon and yellow. Excellent everbloomer under lights; a proven show winner.
Stock Number: 67910
Impressive "Purple Thai Crown of Thorns" Thick, richly spine stems branch, but remain essentially fastigate, to present thick tufts of heavy leaves blushed purple beneath; topped with clusters of giant pink flowers (cyathophylls). Stunning.
Stock Number: 67762
Very tiny upright thicket forming an elongated spiny tuffet in time with each slim succulent stem topped with creamy yellow blossoms--habit and flowering style both similar to darker flowered 'Peachy Queen.'
Stock Number: 66791
The remarkable "Thai Giant Crown of Thorns" do have clonal names--but these will be offered without as we've only a few of each color. Giant leaves are matched by the quarter sized flower bracts (cyathophylls)--easy houseplant; monster effect! We have white, red, orange, yellow, spotted and pink in rotation. You can su...
Stock Number: 67442
"White Crown of Thorns" Lophogona hybrid with fleshy leaves with typically thick midveins studding the erect trunks, flanked by 3 to 7-spined ridges; large pure white overlapping cyathophylls of good substance, with occasional red midrib pinstripe in high lite. Excellent--but often overordered--we suggest you inquire a...
Stock Number: 61012
Very clear lemon yellow blossoms. Curiously irregular habit. Seems to be very similar to 'Lila'.
Stock Number: 68712
Simply stunning. Substantial heavy erect stems, ridged with spines, with large rubbery creamy white leaves flamed basil green (vigorous lophogona-like habit) with clusters of four bright coral red flowers (cyathophylls). Merely spectacular. Unlike the yellow variegated milii imperatae offered above, this is a much larg...
Stock Number: 67912
Impressively thick silvery trunks with clustered spines and thick leaves produce bizarre groups of mini evil green hued cyathophylls throughout the year. If big matters, this is most certainly your kind of "Crown of Thorns".
This Crown of Thorns is often times over sold so check for availability.
Stock Number: 67907
Striated olive gray small leaves, richly crimped on outward branching short stems etched with gyring ridges. Pale rose cyathophylls overtoned green.
Stock Number: 67218
"Crested Oleander Cactus" Fast-growing crests forming thick succulent flutes & grooves appearing to be made from melted wax. Needs warmth. Never let the roots chill. Availability can be limited.
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Stock Number: 67309
Turnip-like caudex with bluish green branches constricted in unequal joints, armed with spine pairs; spiraled, three-sided furrowed branches have striated art deco patterns. Most handsome; these are cuttings, thus with hi-colors, just in the first phase of forming a caudex which it will continue to do with relative dis...
Stock Number: 67243
Upright lead colored stems dramatically produce flattened ornately designed stems jutting out horizontally
Stock Number: 67430
A great looking clustering (slowly clustering) example of convergense evolution. This looks like a white cactus, but is really an African plant in the Euphorbia group! The plant in the pictures is begin finally divided and individual plants are ready. This is a beauty. If you have a bright window and some time, this is...
Stock Number: 67450
Upright rubbery pencil stems studded by thickly spaced succulent rubbery lance leaves. Like a mini wide spreading version of the wonderful E. geroldii. Original plant from Out of Africa nursery.
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Stock Number: 60855
This Cape Province native once known as E. pfersdorfii, forms tiny cushions of many branched succulent stems, usually in nine angles. Very sensitive to humidity as well as overpotting.
Stock Number: 67470
Remarkable pinkish bronze "Pencil Cactus" stems with darker cocoa red surface lines. Very rich color if given excellent light and heat. Much redder in color and tone than the "Sticks on Fire" clone below. Color varies as to where it is grown. In Ohio, we cannot get the deep red shown in one of the pictures here.
Stock Number: 67264
"Pencil Cactus" or "Milk Bush" Narrow rounded much-forked stems rapidly grow to form a tree. Used in Tanzania to cure sexual impotence and as a mosquito repellent. (We will not refund for this if, after a year, your child support payments increase dramatically.) Very toxic sap--be sure never to get any sap near your ey...
Stock Number: 67758
Remarkable coppery toned new growth--dramatic "Fire Sticks" gives that special extra effect. This is the clone #73350 from Huntington Botanic Garden; all the warnings given on the species form above, apply equally to this beautiful variegated form.
Stock Number: 67106
"Red Milk Bush" Easily grown cultivar of this upright three sided trunked, side branching basic, but with the added attraction of beautiful red foliage when grown in bright light. The entire stem also turns purplish-red in high light. Easily grown as a house plant.
Stock Number: 66795
"Creamy Indian Milk Tree" This is not very common. We are rooting plants of this new item and hope to have it availble this Fall. Order for future delivery. We will announce when these are ready for shipment. The erect 3 or 4 angled succulent stems are streaked with cream, as are the deciduous leaves. We are quite plea...
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Stock Number: 67273
Flattened moulded branches of dull-gloss apple-green form remarkable designs. Central Madagascar native becoming a tree in time.