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Succulents – S

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Stapelia hirsuta
Stock Number: 60168
"Hairy Starfish" Felted stems bear large pink odoriferous blossoms with dull red stripes. Namaqualand. A vigorous grower if given good light. Seems to travel best as an ample cutting in dry perlite.
$6.50
Sulcorebutia arenacea
Stock Number: 66077
Very deep green elongated globes with decorative ovals of tan toned spinelets ranked along the fat ribs; eventually offsets. Lovely yellow cacti blossoms. Although 'arenacea' refers to "sandy situations" best grown in a well drained mix. As sand tends to bog down soil mixes resulting in rot for most succulents.
$5.00
Synadenium cupulare [arborescens]
Stock Number: 67358
"Sheba Valley Death Tree" once Euphorbia arborescens: Compact trunk studded with flat slightly splotched leaves held rigidly; nondescript green inflorescence last quite long. Very poisonous; once Euphorbia arborescens, so do avoid contact with the oddly colored milky sap. We probably should run a quick psych profile on...
$15.00
Synadenium grantii rubra
Stock Number: 67359
"Purple Leaf Brown Jug Plant" or Tanzanian "Red Milk Bush" Thick upright woody/succulent trunk and side branches adorned with beautiful succulent leaves wine red with slight green flecking, purple beneath; red inflorescence featuring unusual bracts. Very attractive, very easy to grow with bright light to full sun. Quit...
$6.00
Synadenium grantii variegata
Stock Number: 67360
"Brown Jug" Succulent olive-tan leaves freely flecked with purple; bizarre clusters of red autumn flowers. This is a botanical, not horticultural, use of the term 'variegata.' Easy traditional houseplant which is quite astounding if grown into a succulent standard.
$4.00
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