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Genus & Species Description
Pot Size
Price
Orbea hardyi These are rooted starts. One person described the flower as like looking through a kaleidoscope. O. hardyi (R.A.Dyer) Bruyns is native to the northern parts of South Africa, growing in deep shade and humus-rich, littered pockets of soil. Should be watered carefully during the warm season and allowed to go dry during dormancy. Prices
relate to
relative
sizes.
$5.00
&
$6.50
&
$8.50
Ornithogalum caudatum
(syn. Ornithogalum longibracteatum) The classic "Pregnant Onion". Not an onion, but definitely, nearly always "pregnant." Babies pop out from under the parent's skin. These root easily. South Africa.
2"
3"
4"
$4.00
$5.00
$6.50
Ornithogalum juncifolium (syn. Ornithogalum graminifolium) "Cliff Marble" or "Rush-leaved Star of Bethlehem". Not commonly available. Bulb 1/2 to 3/4" diam. clumping as they grow. Miniature.   $5.50
Pachyphytum compactum From the Mexican states of Queretaro and Hidalgo, it forms stout stems to 6 inches long (or longer if pendent) with a compact rosette of gray-green leaves, tinged violet in bright situations. The imprint from the neighboring leaves gives the plant a distinctive appearance. 3"
4"
5" clumping
5.50
7.50
10.50
Pachyphytum compactum crest A variety of growth forms. Back in stock. 3"
4"
5"
larger
9.50
12.50
16.50
18.50
Pachyphytum compactum var. weinbergii Cute, stocky heads. 2" $2.75
Pleiospilos nelii 'Royal Flush' They're back again. Hurry up and order before they get the "Sold Out" tag put on them again! I'm not joking. They go fast! Back again, but limited. 3" $8.50
Portulacaria afra minima The "Emerald Elephant Carpet", this is a mini form of the normal plant with very small green leaves on red to maroon stems, developing into a small spreading shrub. 5.5" $9.50
Sarcostemma insigne
Little cup-like striped flowers on cool strings of smooth, green "spaghetti", this is a great plant for hanging baskets. (Madagascar) (Syn.: Cynanchum insigne comb.nov.)
6" cuttings
3" pot
4" pot
3 for $5
$7.50
$8.50
Schizobasis intricata These plants trace their heritage to the plants offered by the International Succulent Introductions [ISI 2004-36 (HBG90233) ex C. Hanson s.n.] which were from seeds collected by Chuck Hanson in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, just south of Jansenville.
7 year old
seedlings
$8.50
Sedum rubrotinctum 'Aurora' This is a plant that I don't think gets enough attention as a decorative holiday accent. The common name, Pink Jelly Beans, doesn't do them justice. They're an outstanding, easy to grow plant, which can be used effectively in a small dish garden on a windowsill, or as a temporary table centerpiece. They're a plant which seems to invite you to have some fun with them, arranging them with other small yellow or green succulents to great effect. The depth of color varies with the intensity of the light.
3"
4"
$5.50
$6.50
Senecio ficoides "Blue Fingers". Clumping
$5.00
Senecio haworthii Our thanks to a customer who reminded us that the common name is "Cocoon Plant". Rightfully so!
$8.50
Senecio kleiniiformis Syn. Senecio tropaeofolium. Nicely formed knobby roots. For a bonsai effect, keep the tops trimmed and raise the roots above ground. Plants with nice caudexes.
4"
$8.50
Senecio pendulus The crawly, creepy, in and out of the soil, "Inchworm" Senecio. Unique. 5 - 6" $5.50
Senecio rowleyanus The "String of Pearls" plant. Easy to grow. Should be in every collection. AKA "String of Beads", "String of Peas", "String of Marbles", and probably 50 other common names! 3" $5.00
Senecio scaposus
4"
$7.50
Senecio velatum
Syn.: Pittocaulon velatum
8" +
$16.50
Sinningia cardinalis Very similar to Sinningia leucotricha, but with larger, green leaves. And - as the name suggests- it has red flowers! 4" $9.50
Sinningia selection 2 year old seedlings of S. leucotricha and S. cardinalis with cute little caudexes. An inexpensive way to begin a collection of these outstanding bulbs.   $5.00
Sinningia tubiflora Another nice tuberous Sinningia with striking white, hanging trumpet flowers held up on a long stem. Nice caudes form created by irregular shaped "bulbs".
4"
larger
$9.50
$12.50
Stapelia scitula
ca. 5 mm diameter stems, pubescent, clustering, with small maroon flowers.
4"
$7.50
Titanopsis calcarea Hardy to 25°F (-4°C) Temporarily out of stock.    
Trichodiadema bulbosum Cute, small 9 year old plants with short, succulent leaves and beginning "tubers".   $3.75
Tylecodon schaeferianus (Syn.: Cotyledon sinus-alexandri, Cotyledon woodii, Tylecodon decipiens) Gnarled little succulent stems with a multitude of fat green "egg" leaves and lavender/pink flowers in the winter. 3" $6.50
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