ALL CACTI / SUCCULENTS

This listing is for an Agave ‘Blue Glow’ plant, 5-6 inches in diameter. Sold rooted without soil or pot.

Drought tolerant when established. A beautiful, smaller Agave with solitary rosettes with blue/green leaves with dark red edges. The yellow margin is highlighted by dark reddish teeth giving the leaf four colors. Protect from frost to avoid scarring.

El Denis Conrado, en Universidade Federal de Lavras, Brazilo.

Agave angustifolia ‘Marginata’ (Ribbon agave). Sunset: 12-24; USDA: 9b-10. Full sun to light shade, heat tolerant. Hardy to 25°F. Grows to 3′ tall – 3′ wide. Infrequent water. Native to Mexico.

Agave desmettiana (Smooth agave). 13-24; USDA: 8-10. Semi hardy in Phoenix to 28°F. Full sun to light shade. Grows to 4′ tall; 4′ wide. Native to Mexico.

This listing is for a Quadricolor Century Plant (Agave lophantha Quadricolor), 6-8 inches in diameter. Sold rooted without soil or pot.

Drought tolerant when established. Dark green leaves edged with yellow and a pale green midstripe. The yellow margin is highlighted by dark reddish teeth giving the leaf four colors. Provide partial to full sun. Water thoroughly when soil is dry. Looks best with more regular watering in hotter months.

Alluaudia procera. Madagascar ocotillo or Alluaudia procera, is a deciduous succulent plant species of the family Didiereaceae. Native to Madagascar. Although similar in appearance to the Ocotillo, it is not closely related. Young alluaudias form a tangle of stems that last for several years after which a strong central stem develops The basal stem at maturity leaves a tree-like stem that branches higher up on the main trunk.

Stan Shebs

Aloe ‘Blue elf’ Best in filtered sun. Heat tolerant. Hardy to 24°F. Little water. Compact aloe grows to 1-2′ tall; 1-2′ wide. Native to South Africa.

This listing is for a Aloe brevifolioa (Blue Aloe) plant, 5-6 inches in diameter. Sold rooted without soil or pot.

White spines, waxy blue leaves on this clumping succulent. Forms 8 inch rosettes that spike red flowers in late spring. Needs regular water and full sun. Tolerates cold and moisture.

This listing is for a Aloe glauca (Blue Aloe) plant, 5-6 inches in diameter. Sold rooted without soil or pot.

Native to cape province South Africa, this succulent forms a dense rosette. Upright habit with profuse offsets to form a large cluster. Tubular salmon red flowers appear on spikes during spring. Hard to 20f. Water thoroughly when soil is dry.

This listing is for an Aloe ‘velociraptor’ plant (possibly a hybrid of Aloe nobilis), 5-6 inches in diameter. Sold rooted without soil or pot.

Drought tolerant when established. Needs well draining soil. Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch. Protect from frost to prevent possible scarring. Looks best with regular watering in hotter months.

Carnegiea gigantea (Saguaro). Sunset: 11-13,18-21; USDA: 9-10. Full sun. Heat tolerant. Little water. Hardy to 15°F. Grows to 50′ tall. Origin: Sonoran desert of southwestern USA and Northern Mexico.

Stan Shebs

Cylindropuntia bigelovii (Teddy bear cholla). Sunset: 10-13. Full sun. Heat tolerant. Little or no water. Hardy to 5°F. Grows to 6′ tall; 3′ wide. Origin: Arizona, California and Mexico.

This listing is for a live Echinocactus grusonii (Golden barrel cacti) plant, 6-7 inches in diameter. Sold rooted without soil or pot.

Sunset: 11-24; USDA: 9-12. Full sun. Regular water summer. Hardy to 24°F. Grows slowly 3′ tall; 4′ wide. Yellow flowers. Origin: Mexico