Product Code: 66056
"Rose Cactus" Woody spiny stems (shrubby unless given something to vine up) with waxy fleshy leaves and clusters of quite dramatic rose-pink flowers. We offer the Elbert's clone of this Brazilian species prized for its extraordinary blossom display.
Product Code: 66258
Unusual "Caudex Wirebush" with interlacing slim bright basil green leaves cloaking the much branched stems armed with tiny spur thorns.This rarely offered gem soon develops a thick tuber like base.
Product Code: 51079
Exposed glossy bulbs offset to form mounds topped by short waxy leaves and occassional shy white nodding trumpet flowers soon fading to a pale pink with faint green tips. Beautiful when treated as a foliage potplant. Remember, a chill or a severe drought cause a mini-dormancy, practiced by some growers who feel that th...
Product Code: 51080
Short 8" gray strap leaves arched over surface bulbs; odd amaryllid flowers rimmed green. Perhaps best grown as a succulent. Of interest in spite of its most dubious name to all rare bulb collectors. (Translation: Perhaps of greater botanical than horticultural interest.)
Product Code: 31496
Congested contorted remarkably thwarterous succulent stems armed with thick winged petioles tipped with slim cookie cutter leaves. Offsetting and re-offsetting stubby fat stems eventually assume a decorative disheveled hemispherical outline. Makes Medusa's hair look tidy. Succulent enough to survive considerably dry at...
Out of Stock
Product Code: 41049
"Waterfall Fern" Prostrate succulent stems with tiny watery leaves create a ferny, weeping effect when used in hanging baskets; perfect for terrarium carpet. Due to waxy surfaced tiny leaves, the most tolerant of any finely lacy appearing plant of lower levels of humidity and of higher levels of direct sun. Very popula...
Product Code: 41048
"Artillery Plant" Small, densely branched succulent upright stems arch with tiny "Fern Mimic" teardrop leaves; tiny flowers release pollen in puffs like gunsmoke, thus the common name. Easy to grow critter endlessly popular with children of all ages. A basic groundcover plant in any terrarium design as a fern mimic.
Product Code: 41109
Thick succulent trunk bases swell from season to season into fissured caudexes; spade-shaped leaves. Pink to violet hooked tubular flowers give name, "Cockspur Flower." Trim back severely after bright early through midwinter bloomspikes fade. Very popular with lovers of caudiforms.
Product Code: 66921
The thickly caudiform "Bonsai Mint" with thick small felted leaves, violet beneath; mauve flowers. Grow in a shallow container and allow the tuberous roots to develop above soil level. The small featured leaves on thick stubby swollen stems make this a major hit with designers of upscale Fairy Garden creations.
Product Code: 41124
"Pillow Plant" or "Succulent Swedish Ivy" Profusions of tiny thick crenulate leaves form a lime-green mat--lines of purple form on leaf edges if in bright light; white flowers toned violet. Very popular as a filler in succulent wreaths and prized by designers of topiary animals as remains very low growing. Always a goo...
Product Code: 60551
"Elephant Bush" A natural for pseudo-bonsai with knobbed tan-reddish stems and sparry branches clasped by small jade leaves--forms a dense bush with time. South African native much valued in Japanese bonsai where it is known as "Zo-Yabu." This miniature scaled succulent has rapidly established itself as a basic in many...
Product Code: 60553
Much larger variety of "Elephant Bush" with gray-green angular leaves and sparcer more symmetrical branching. Rare, yet of easy culture. Thrives as a succulent bonsai in a shallow container.
Product Code: 60782
The elusive "flameleaf Rainbow bush" with strong, often prostrate succulent stems ranked with small curved leaves, each with a central gold center.
Product Code: 60554
"Rainbow Bush" Reddish-brown stems beautifully foil the succulent small jade leaves with cream edges developing a pink- violet tone in high light, with carmine rim. Handsome.
Product Code: 66038
"Drunkard's Dream" or "Dancing Bones" Epiphytic Rhipsalis cousin with stiftly arching thickly-branched sprays of bottle-shaped branchlets tipped with yellow flowers fading to salmon; soon makes a wonderful windowsill potplant (or with time, a stunning hanging basket subject) with very regularly dividing bone shaped ste...
Product Code: 66262
Fabulous extreme form of this species named "formed like hair" as the very tiny slim stems divide constantly to form arched thick manes of fringed mopheads of foliage shown to advantage in a small basket or adding grace to a succulent wreath; quite tiny cream flowers. Epiphytic soil mix is imperative. Often sent as a m...
Product Code: 66173
Formerly Pfeiffiera cereiformis. Excellent clone with 3 to 4 ridged thick cascading stems producing straw flowers soon followed by large showy red berries. Needs warm conditions. Sent as a mossed, unrooted cutting.
Out of Stock
Product Code: 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.
Product Code: 99702
Mossed cuttings of these easily grown tropical "Mistletoe" Cacti. 5 plants
Product Code: 61023
Thickly clustering winged stemlets create a more regular outline than do most of its cousins. Easily grown given perfect drainage.
Product Code: 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.
Product Code: 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.
Product Code: 66263
"Mini Piecrust Cactus" Stiftly arching branching stems are crimped attractively. Imagine R. paradoxa reduced by a third of its dimensions. This is very fast growing and a favorite for a quick hanging basket accent. Sent sometimes as a mossed unrooted cutting.
Product Code: 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.
Product Code: 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,...
Product Code: 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...
Product Code: 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.
Product Code: 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.
Product Code: 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..
Product Code: 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.
Out of Stock