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2010-2011 Please see our “Terms” page for payment and postage optionsSpecies "Living Rock" plants - slow growing & much sought after Narrow dark green tubercles. Flowering size plants now more Thick dark green tubercles, develops woolly centre with age. 10 Grafted on short stocks – starting to become woolly so will Rosette shaped plants, small triangular tubercles – 8 year old Rosette form plants, small triangular tubercles - flowering size, Nice forms of A. retusus, some from Mesa garden seed - 10 year Olive green tubercles, sharply pointed at the tips, large yellow Similar to the type but with red/pink flowers – thought to be a Grafted on short stocks – variable tubercle length sizes Interesting plants, most are covered with white "spots" Body flat to dome shaped. Yellow flowers, red centre. Large Long twisted black spines, pale green spotted body. Flowering Almost bare body, much thicker, stronger spines. Very nice form Flowering size, “Bishops Cap” Larger plants available ex 14cm The plain green form without white spots. Large columnar Dense white coating. Flowering size plants, flowers yellow with a 4 or 5 ribs, densely white flecked plants with interesting Square plants for square pots! 4 ribbed plants, flowering size White spotted, 3 ribbed plants, unusual. Grafted Glossy green 4 ribbed plants, no white spots – unusual form Nice white spotted form with strong brown/yellow spines. Reputed to be the smallest of all cacti – from northern Argentina Tiny, almost spineless clustering heads – yellow flowers. On We are pleased to offer plants grown from seed obtained on our From Botija, about 500m from the ocean. Grey stems cluster Non-habitat seed. Red bodied plants when young, straight black Green bodied, clustering with age. Long brown spines & yellow Smaller, clustering olive green coloured bodies Most sought after form. Develops grey body with short black Makes white columns with solitary spine from each areole Stems become chalky white with black marks at the rib edges, Olive green/red bodied plants, short spines, compact clustering Green body becoming grey with age. Short spines & larger Non-habitat seed. Gold body when young, becomes chalky with Olive green bodies when young, becoming chalky with age. Cultivated form, olive green/brown body with wrinkled skin, Dark body on young plant, becomes grey green with age, small Small growing plant, tap rooted. Body red while young A giant up to 1mtr tall, Cinerea like & clustering. From the Mammillaria family. Compact plants from Mexico & USA Dark glossy green body, large yellow flowers Globular plants untidy pink coloured spines, Cochise Co. Arizona Clustering plant from the Big Bend area of Texas Large flowers – nice big fat glossy green pants, lots of wool in Pretty clustering miniature, red & straw coloured spines, pink Dwarf plants making clusters of many heads, dense white spines Small globular plants, tight spination, pale pink flowers Globular spiny plants, large pink flowers. Cold tolerant, the most Brazilian plants – unless grafted need ericaceous compost and Small headed form, clustering with short straw coloured spines A giant of the group, making bodies up to 30cm diameter – 2cm diameter purple/black bodies – tiny black spines, various Generally large growing species, a few smaller choice ones Popular “Golden Barrel” - or more unkindly “Mother in Law’s Spines are a glassy white. Most of our plants are clusters. Various “brevispina” form, attractive short spines on the typical globular The “giant” echinocactus, grows to over 1mtr in height in habitat Flat grey green body, straw coloured spines, pink flowers. Usually clustering, from miniatures to large clumps over 1m Pretty black & white pectinate spined plants with large flowers. Short, tap rooted plants with large pink flowers. From wet grassy Multi-stemmed plants with white & black dagger like spines. Just A northern form with black & white spines, cold tolerant Clustering with age, untidy straw coloured spines & eventually Form of E. engelmanii from central Arizona, golden spines Form with brown/white spines. Not a lot different to normal Short columnar plants with dense white/grey spines, easy Similar to above, but much darker spines, easy flowering large “Cucumber” - like stems, tiny spines, flowering size plants Fat green body, soft bristly spines, flesh-coloured flowers from Fat bodies, stiffer spines. Larger, deep pink flowers from the A spineless E. scheerii type. Flowers low down on the sides of Stunning red spines on our larger flowering sized plants. Easy White flowered, short bristly spines, more care with watering Small growing plants with dense white spines, easily produced Easy flowering plants from a population with many flower From south of Samalayuca Mexico. Glassy white spines, robust Northern form, cluster forming plants. Quite hardy, spines Totally spineless form! Much kinder on the fingers when re- Short pectinate spines on a tap rooted body. Pink flowers from Small, globular plants with thin ribs and bi-coloured flowers Few broad ribs, looks more like a Ferocactus! Dagger like spines. Long, thin papery spines with pink/white flowers – flowering Many thin ribs, thin spines, just flowering size – flesh/white Mostly miniatures with pink flowers & red fruits From near Mud Mountain, New Mexico. Coarse white spines, Small to large growing "Barrel Cacti" from Mexico & SW USA Nice blue-bodied plants with vibrant red spines – grows large Unusual clustering plants, 0 to 1 yellow spine on pale green Bold red spines, dark green, plant body. Can grow to around Large growing plant, strong re-curved brown spines, yellow Pale grey/green body, strong, long, red & white spines. Can Flat growing, broad yellow spines. Flowers pink/white, plants ex Flat growing plant with acute ribs. Flowering size plants ex From Tecomachalco Mexico. Makes small heads and clusters Dark green body with short yellow spines & acute ribs. Southern California & Baja. Produces green flowers while still Relatively recent discovery from Mexico. Monotypic genus Blue/grey body, many acute ribs, tiny white spines, purple Closely allied to Turbinicarpus but generally more spiny Small plants, dense black & white spines, large purple/pink Originally described as a Turbinicarpus, spination etc. looks Weird thin neck from tuberous root with normal body above. Lots of dark pink flowers on small spiny plants. Easiest to grow! Globular, golden spines, growing to 10cm. Pink/white flowers. South American group, mostly small flattened plants Strongly tuberculate , brown bodied plants with dark brown Glossy green body with curly spines that remind you of Purple/red bodies, white spines, pink flowers. A popular sort Flattened brown body with erect stiff spines Dwarf brown bodies, tiny spines, flesh-coloured flowers, slow! Large rounded tubercles, long curved spines. Grows to football Probably should be included with the Ferocactus group Long red & white spines on a globular plant. From the Big Bend Small globular plants with pale yellow spines, yellow flowers. Confuses many beginners with its un-cactus – like appearance Pink/blue “fingers” with long papery spines. Huge yellow flowers (inc. Chamaecereus) Mostly small growing cacti. Free flowering Plants forming large "barrels" with bright yellow spines Clustering Echinopsis type, brick red flowers Pale green body, short spines, nice cream coloured flower Stems start normal but then crest at the tips. Easy flowering Possibly a Lobivia hybrid. Robust stems, different red flower. Fat green bodies with large woolly areoles, flowers at small size The Czech. Society has published an interesting booklet on this Green body, white to cream coloured flowers. A few larger Larger flowers, sometimes red. May be the same as L. w. Clustering dark, blue green body, tiny spines on new growth - The common peyote. Spineless “dumplings” with tufts of hairs. A densely clustering form with many small heads around a Miniature plants to large clustering sorts, generally free Pretty, short white spined plants with dark pink flowers & lots of Cristate stems with lots of white wool and hooked red spines. “Birds nest” form with long, thin yellow, bristly curved spines Very attractive "Mme. Marnier" form with short, yellow, strongly Solitary globular plants that can reach football size. Pink & white White radial spines, yellow centrals. Plant globular while young Pubescent white spines on small clustering bodies. Bright yellow Attractive short columnar plants, white radial, black central Slightly columnar plants covered with short yellow spines Similar to celsiana but with more/less hairs from the axils. Good Unusual, pale green spineless plant, dark red flowers! Solitary, olive green stems with short brown pectinate spines & The “Texas Golf Ball” – small solitary white globes with pink Short, white spined form, many deep pink flowers. Starting to Contorted stems covered with fine white spines, occasional Glossy dark green body, short spines. Will make large clusters Nice globular plants with bright yellow spines & flowers Taller growing plant, olive green body with pectinate brown Fat contorted stems, attractive spines, ex 12cm bowls Big dark red flowers. Short, glassy spines, large taproot. Globular, clustering with age. Long white spines, yellow flowers Eventually clustering, stems covered with stiff white spines (Solisia pectinata) Beautiful white spined plants on own roots. Pretty, pink flowered plants. White radial spines, hooked black Clusters of stems covered in dense soft white spines, white Tiny heads covered with plumose white spines, pinl flowers. Tap rooted. Golden yellow spines, dark green body, yellow Fine, glassy white spines covering small clustering heads. Tiny Fine covering of hooked white spines. Large red flowers. Cold From a M. magnifica sport, solitary central spines, red flowers Similar to a lasiacantha but with occasional strong straight Cephalium forming plants from Central America. Larger plants Dwarf Cuban Melocactus. Flowering sized plants, orange AWC = Alan Craig; BH = Burke/Henshaw collection nos From various locations, red/green bodied plants, short, stiff Green bodied plants dense bristly straw/black spines. Two Large tap roots, tiny, almost black body, small orange/brown Globular plants with long bristly, intertwined spines, pink/white Almost black body with short black spines. From above Huasco Pretty, purple bodied plants with white, pectinate spines Dense straw coloured spines becoming long with age. Interesting plants with large tap root, olive green body, tiny Body more red, spines more prominent, otherwise quite similar From various locations, glassy black to straw coloured spines Bronze/red bodied plants, almost spineless with chin shaped Almost black stems with short black spines – small, pretty plants Plants from several different locations, mostly yellow spines Dark red bodied plant with long black spines Generally easy growing & flowering plants - good for beginners Blue-green body, thin ribs, white spines. Large yellow flowers. Crested form of above. Stems just starting to elongate Similar to leninghausii but spination stiffer and not as dense, Popular yellow spined plant, flowers when about 15cm high Novelty! Unusual white spined variant. Only offered by us once Blue body, yellow spines, yellow flowers. Forms clusters with Easily mistaken for submammulosus. Longer, more papery Short columnar plants with erect yellow spines on light green 5 year old plants on their own roots, shade loving Rhomboid shaped grey green tubercles with short, straw 10 year old plants on their own roots, very slow growing Hatchet shaped tubercles + tiny grey spines, big tap roots! Small clustering plants, free flowering & easy cultivation. More Olive green body / straw coloured pectinate spines. Forms Tiny clustering heads, fine white spines, yellow flowers Sought after, densely pectinate spined plants, orange flowers RH283 form. Coarser spiination - attractive plants. Free Pale green body, longer, untidy silvery spines Dark bodies, longish white spination, dark red flowers, clustering Untidy white spines, red flowers. Now making clusters Similar to fabrisii but spines shorter and stiffer, heads larger Disk shaped plants inhabiting clay walled canyons in central Plants from 3cm diameter upward. Our oldest were sown in Looks like a pale green Lophophora! Red flowers, alpine horn A wide ranging group from Texas to Queretaro in Central Red and white flattened spines. Make huge pink flowers when 5- White spines on clustering plants. Flowers smaller than the type Fine straw coloured spines on clustering, smaller plants than the Olive green, prominently tubercled plants, long spines! White radial spines with darker centrals. Flowers orange/yellow Columnar plant, looks a bit like Gymnocactus subterraneus! Flat grey bodies with big taproots. White to pink flowers. A few Similar form to T. bicolor but spines brown & white. Flower Grey body, long spines. Can grow to more than 15cm in Olive green body, large tubercles, deep purple/pink flowers Covered in dense glassy white spines. Pink flowers – beautiful Blue/grey body, long curved black/brown spines. Pink flowers. Grey bodies, long spines, pink flowers- big plants ex 21cm bowls Widespread group from South America, some grow to tree like Large growing, glossy green plants with yellow spines - about Miniature cacti from central/northern Mexico mostly found Dark green, stout tubercles with upright spines. Purple red Tiny stems, white radials, black centrals, white flowers Thin neck to a large taproot. Corky golden spines, dull flower Chalky grey plant body, looks like a black spined Lophophora! Long bristly spines, similar to T. psedomacrochele krainzianus v. minimus Weird! Long thin stems on large taproot. Small yellow flowers Biggest growing of the Turbinicarpus group, also the easiest to Small plants, curly dark spines, almost flat tubercles & big Nice fat plants with corky spines, up to 3cm. diameter Flowers pink to white! Mature plants with large tap roots.
Often mistaken for a Pelecyphora - was Normanbokea – Also on Small plant seldom offered these days. Nice pink flowers and Small dark reddish/grey body, elongate tubercles, black (Was Normanbokea) Flowers can be pink or white, spines are As usual we have tried to list a good range of smaller Passifloraceae group from Africa – winter dormant Large growing, columnar blue/green caudex, branching with Apocynaceae family. Best grown as a houseplant as rather Small plants 10 -15cm tall, silvery branching caudex, pale, Our own seed grown plants about 5cm high, a little way off Large bulb based plants – please check for postage! Various flower colours, nice large plants flowering now Crassulaceae family – succulent leaves from semi-caudiciform Short spreading branches densely covered with mottled green From miniatures to giant plants, some are almost hardy in the Striking, large growing species with a broad central stripe Soft narrow leaves with pale centres, curling fibres at the edges. Magnificent rosettes of narrow leaves with curling fibres at the Will make an upright rosette of narrow blue green leaves with Glossy grey/green leaves - probably grows big! From Parras, Mexico. Grey leaves with attractive teeth and Compact form with attractive white/yellow variegation along Filiferous leaves, dark glossy green. Grows above the Durango A filiferous type with white fibres at the dark green leaf edges Small grey green leaves. As yet we have no more information on Will eventually form a hemisphere of thin stiff leaves up to 1mtr Bold white/brown teeth on broad olive green leaves – Nice! Lophantha type with highly variegated red/yellow/green leaves Narrow grey leaves with a long terminal spine. Cold but not Pale blue green leaves with red “teeth” – nice, but appearance Soft green leaves without thorny edge! Fairly tender Stiff dark green leaves with white markings, justifiably popular. We are currently propagating many choice dwarf Aloe hybrids! Clustering with upright, thin dark coloured leaves. White flowers Clustering with thin dark red leaves. Similar appearance to UK produced hybrid using A. deltoideodenta as a parent. Vey Bronze red leaves, easy flowering and clustering. Dwarf hybrid Upright dark green leaves edged with red “teeth” Pretty blue leaves covered in red spikes and teeth. From Tall growing stemless grass aloe, narrow spotted leaves that Pretty, dwarf Madagascar species with spotted triangular leaves The African “quiver tree” Slow growing, flowers at about 1mtr Large growing form, dark glossy green leaves Miniature with almost “hairy” dark green leaves. Clusters slowly Hybrid of A. descoingsii. Leaves are similar but larger and blue- Narrow, dark green almost black leaves with white markings Dark red/black leaves, occasional white spots. Dwarf American UK hybrid, offspring of above. Stunning almost black leaves with Another offspring of above. Pretty dark leaves with numerous Thin, upward pointing bronze coloured leaves in opposing pairs Attractive toothless blue leaves in a fan shape. Flowers at about A. haworthioides x A. descoingsii. Attractive dwarf plant Extremely white leaved hybrid. Slightly tender, clustering with ISI94-19 - Pretty, red leafed hybrid. Easy flowering like all of the Broad, dark purple/red leaves with rough white markings on Similar to “Lizard Lips” but different leaf pattern. Small growing Pale narrow green leaves similar to A. cooperi – grass Aloe – Portulaceae family – small plants with slightly tuberous roots Green to brownish leaves with bristly hairs from the bases, Portulaceae family – miniature plants with small spreading Tiny silvery leaves on short stems from top shaped caudex. Tiny silvery leaves, short stems from a top shaped caudex. Pink The leaves of this plant are used for thatching in Mexico! Thin, sharp edged leaves from a corky caudex. From our own Thin blue, erect curling leaves from bulbous base – interesting Yam family, D. elephantipes was the source of the drug The famous elephants’ foot! Makes huge tubers up to 1 metre Euphorbiacae family. Very large, varied group, some caudiciform Short, shrubby stems, pale green with red spines & edges Short brown stems with bell like pink flowers appearing before Pine cone like stem with 10cm long leaves radiating from the Blue grey stems radiating from tuberous roots. Slightly tender, prefers above 10ÄC
Tuber forming with radiating arms, dark green leaves. Prefers a Type species. Likes warmth & shade, wavy red/green leaves Deciduous arms radiating from aconical tuber. Seldom offered Medusae type with fat, radiating arms. Nicer than inermis! Tuberous root with short arms & multi-coloured leaves, choice Crown of thorns type plant with thin grassy leaves and A monster! Strongly indented stems with robust thorns - tender Similar to E. obesa but ribs more pronounced and flower stems Red brown to dark green dumplings, largest about the size of a Short columnar plants, dark green, white spine pairs. From Green opuntia like stems radiating from tuberous roots. Slightly tender, min 10ÄC
Crown of thorns type, red flowers and very thin leaves on Tiny clustering stems with grey markings at rib edges. On short E Medusae type, new heads form at the end of each radiating arm. Tiny clustering heads with short green tubercles Asclepidaceae, massive tuber forming plants Forms large caudex & lots of vine with age, milky sap is harmless Similar caudex to above, but larger and with larger rounded Vining from a twisted tuber. Leaves lanceolate to 10cm long We have tried to select the smaller growing forms for our list Fat, dark green, tongue shaped leaves. Not large growing Leaves 2.5-3cm wide, dark green with white spots almost in lines A dwarf growing plant with pale green smooth leaves Attractive striped, spotted and warty leaves Short stubby leaves, glossy dark green with white spots Bright yellow/white variegation on dark green leaves. Medium Glassy grey/green leaves. Small growing plants Smooth grey leaved hybrid with some darker markings. Remains Intergeneric hybrid. Stout green/silver leaves with attractive Pretty pink/grey spotted leaves. Clustering & easy flowering Another intergeneric hybrid. Flattened rosettes of silver leaves, Cucurbitaciae, caudiciform plants from Kenya/Tanzania Africa Slightly columnar caudex becoming globular, with trailing vines We think this to belong in Portulacacae family – small plants Reddish leaves on short stems to 8cm long, rising from small Liliaceae family. Small rosette forming plants, some with Tiny rosettes of bristly, light green, thin leaves. Clustering Small rosettes of narrow leaves, covered with cobweb like teeth Thin, dark green leaves with strong white cross banding. Most Succulent triangular leaves, glossy window topped with Crosses including H. maughnii. Almost black, stubby leaves – Possibly H. retusa variety. Silky, window topped leaves. Dark olive green, ridged leaves, attractive markings. Forms Plain smooth leaves which go pinkish red in the sun Bronze red leaves with a crocodile skin appearance. Choice & Much sought after plant, leaves like truncated fingers with flat Close to H. koelmanniorum but rarely offered. Leaves shorter Blue green leaves, tapering to short point Stiff upright leaves with bold white dots. Can become large with Nice striated and granulated leaf form. Goes pink in good light Granulated, almost black leaves. Choice species, slow growing Thumb shaped window leaves. Much sought after! Upright glossy, smooth, bright green leaves tinted with red Nice miniature. Makes rosettes about 4cm diameter of thin Freely clustering form, nice markings. Good sized plants Asclepidaceae family from Africa – thought to be an appetite Spiny blue stems, smelly tubular brown flowers! Subterranean caudex, climbing vine. From New Mexico.
Euphorbiaceae family from Central America – tender Develops bottle shaped stems. Big round leaves and red flower Cucurbitaceae from Africa – winter dormant Slightly columnar caudex with trailing vines & green flowers Euphorbia family from Africa, some with subterranean tubers Bright blue columns with ginger bristles at the base of the Chunky, short dark green stems with tiny leaves that do not last. Small stoloniferous stems with tiny leaves on new growth, Narrow tuberculate stems with small green leaves & typical Anacardaceae family, the “Elephant Tree” from Baja California Bonsai like stems with deciduous leaves which re-grow when Apocynaceae family. Mostly Madagascan plants with interesting Extremely rare white flowered form.flatten stems grafted on Fat, spiny dark green stems becoming columnar, with glossy Rounded dark green leaves, yellow flowers. Stems just starting Thinner dark green leaves, yellow flowers. Stems just starting to Gerinaceae family. Many of this group are considered Thickened brown stems with bright green rounded leaves & Asclepidaceae or “Milkweed” group of plants – often with smelly Short olive/red creeping stems, becoming red in good light. Rhizome rooted group of plants in the Agavaceae family, Leaves can become up to 45cm long, green with pale green Tuberous rooted group of plants in the Begonia (Gesneriaceae) Soft, silver, “felty” leaves from a small tuber, tubular red flowers Asclepidaceae family – often with smelly flowers! Erect almost hairy stems, reddening in good light. Large Crassulaceae family – often with bulbous roots Pale rounded leaves from short stems, leaves may be deciduous Stems grow to 50cm long, branching from the base with silvery Propagated from our own collection, many seldom offered Tiny grey, ladder-like stems. Very unusual Stiff hairy white leaves, ours are clustering Makes magnificent 20cm globes of feathery leaves. Small plants Spanish moss. Grows well out of doors from May/September Enquire for other Tillandsia species propagated in limited quantity


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