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Acacia xanthophloea 2-gallon pots$30.00
This species is widespread from the Horn of Africa through northeastern South Africa. Known as fever tree because of its occurrence in riverine settings that commonly create malarial conditions, it has yellow-green bark, pinnate gray-green leaves, and stout black spines. The flowers are yellow and ball-shaped. These plants are seedlings in 2-gallon pots.
Acacia xanthophloea one-gallon pots$15.00
This species is widespread from the Horn of Africa through northeastern South Africa. Known as fever tree because of its occurrence in riverine settings that commonly create malarial conditions, it has yellow-green bark, pinnate gray-green leaves, and stout black spines. The flowers are yellow and ball-shaped. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Adansonia digitata 5-inch pots$10.00
Own your own baobab from Africa! Although the mature plant has an enormously thick trunk from the ground up, the seedlings have a large underground swollen caudex with only slight swelling of the stem above ground. Yearly pruning would be necessary to create a compact pachycaul. Our seedlings are from plants near Kariba, northern Zimbabwe, and are in 5-inch pots.
Adansonia digitata one-gallon pots$15.00
Own your own baobab from Africa! Although the mature plant has an enormously thick trunk from the ground up, the seedlings have a large underground swollen caudex with only slight swelling of the stem above ground. Yearly pruning would be necessary to create a compact pachycaul, which is how these plants have developed their 1-2 inch caudices. These seedlings are from East Africa and are in one-gallon pots.
Adansonia grandidieri one-gallon pots$15.00
From southwestern Madagascar, this species forms a massive trunk, but probably not in your lifetime. The bark can have a purple shade and is smooth. The leaves are palmate with generally 5-7 leaflets at maturity. The flowers are long and white. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Adansonia gregorii 5-inch pots$12.00
This species, the only Adansonia that does not grow in Africa or Madagascar, comes from a small area of northwestern Australia. It resembles Adansonia digitata only with a smaller stature, and we find it more difficult to grow than that iconic African species. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Adansonia gregorii one-gallon pots$18.00
This species, the only Adansonia that does not grow in Africa or Madagascar, comes from a small area of northwestern Australia. It resembles Adansonia digitata only with a smaller stature, and we find it more difficult to grow than that iconic African species. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Adansonia madagascarensis 3-gallon pots$50.00
This species, from northern Madagascar, is one of the smaller trees of the genus, providing some thin hope that it might grow to a reasonable size in your lifetime. The leaves are digitate with 7-9 hairless leaves. The flowers are pink. These plants are seedlings in 3-gallon pots.
Adansonia madagascarensis 5-inch pots$11.00
This species, from northern Madagascar, is one of the smaller trees of the genus, providing some thin hope that it might grow to a reasonable size in your lifetime. The leaves are digitate with 7-9 hairless leaves. The flowers are pink. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Adansonia madagascarensis one-gallon pots$15.00
This species, from northern Madagascar, is one of the smaller trees of the genus, providing some thin hope that it might grow to a reasonable size in your lifetime. The leaves are digitate with 7-9 hairless leaves. The flowers are pink. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Adansonia perrieri one-gallon pots$15.00
This plant, from northern Madagascar, resembles A. suarezensis. The exceptions are that the palmate leaves are slightly hairy, instead of hairless in the case of A. suarezensis. The flowers are yellow, another difference. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Adansonia rubrostipa 5-inch pots$11.00
This relatively small baobab is from western Madagascar. Once known as A. fony, it is similar to A. digitata except it is much smaller and if you live long enough you might glimpse the yellow flowers. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Adansonia rubrostipa one-gallon pots$15.00
This relatively small baobab is from western Madagascar. Once known as A. fony, it is similar to A. digitata except it is much smaller and if you live long enough you might glimpse the yellow flowers. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Adansonia samibarensis 3-gallon pots$50.00
Presumably, this “species” is from Madagascar, although it is not listed in any plant database that we use. It‘s leaves are quite different from Adansonia digitata, and it appears to be different from most of the other Madagascaran species. We offer seedlings of these plants in 3-gallon pots.
Adansonia samibarensis 5-inch pots$10.00
Presumably, this “species” is from Madagascar, although it is not listed in any plant database that we use. It‘s leaves are quite different from Adansonia digitata, and it appears to be different from most of the other Madagascaran species. We offer seedlings of these plants in 5-inch pots.
Adansonia samibarensis one-gallon pots$15.00
Presumably, this 'species' is from Madagascar, although it is not listed in any plant database that we use. It's leaves are quite different from Adansonia digitata, and it appears to be different from most of the other Madagascaran species. We offer seedlings of these plants in one-gallon pots.
Adansonia za 5-inch pots$11.00
This species is from western Madagascar. The mature plant has an enormously thick trunk from the ground up. This species has palmate leaves that range from linear to ovate. Our seedlings are in 5-inch pots.
Adansonia za one-gallon pots$15.00
This species is from western Madagascar. The mature plant has an enormously thick trunk from the ground up. This species has palmate leaves that range from linear to ovate. Our seedlings are in one-gallon pots.
Adenia ecirrosa 4-inch pots$20.00
This species is from Madagascar. A thin-stemmed climbing species, it has numerous vines with oblanceolate leaves that can become digitate, similar to other Adenia, on older plants. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Adenia fruticosa one-gallon pots$20.00
This species has a wide distribution in southeastern Africa, ranging from Zimbabwe to Mozambique to the northeastern provinces of South Africa. It has a light green caudex with white base. The leaves are tripartite and decorate glabrous, unarmed branches that mostly support annual growth. The flowers are small and cream colored. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Adenia glauca 4-inch pots$12.00
This Adenia is remarkable for its thick, green caudex and beautiful digitate leaves. The flowers are lemon colored and sweetly scented. These seedlings are 4-6-inches high before the start of the tendrils and have nice caudices in the 4-inch pots.
Adenia glauca 5-gallon pots$150.00
This Adenia is remarkable for its thick, green caudex and beautiful digitate leaves. The flowers are lemon colored and sweetly scented. These seedlings are in 5-gallon pots.
Adenia globosa (rooted cuttings) 4-inch pots$20.00
From Somalia, Kenya, and Tanzania, this species has a large green caudex that produces numerous, long and spiny branches. What is remarkable and distinctive are the spines, which are conical and quite stout. Cuttings of these plants produce typical branches but do not form a usual caudex; they are very useful for producing seed. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Adenia globosa (rooted cuttings) 5-inch pots$30.00
From Somalia, Kenya, and Tanzania, this species has a large green caudex that produces numerous, long and spiny branches. What is remarkable and distinctive are the spines, which are conical and quite stout. Cuttings of these plants produce typical branches but do not form a usual caudex; they are very useful for producing seed. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Adenia keramanthus 4-inch pots$10.00
This beautiful pachycaul from East Africa flowers readily in cultivation. The branches and leaves are hairy, and the leaves are relatively large and showy. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Adenia keramanthus 5-inch pots$15.00
This beautiful pachycaul from East Africa flowers readily in cultivation. The branches and leaves are hairy, and the leaves are relatively large and showy. Our plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Adenia spinosa 5-gallon pots$225.00
This fantastic caudiciform is from South Africa, Botswana, and Zimbabwe. The caudex is dark green, and the thin woody, spiny branches arise from the center of caudex. The plants are dioecious and the flowers are relatively large but not showy. The plants are seedlings 8-10 inches in diameter in 5-gallon pots.
Adenia subsessilifolia 4-inch pots$15.00
From southwestern Madagascar, where many of our species occur naturally, this little Adenia is geophytic with mostly annual tendrils bearing three-parted palm-shaped leaves. Because of the color and round stems, it took us a while to separate these plants from Seyrigia gracilis, which grows in the same area. The flowers are inconspicuous but the plants may be either monoecious or dioecious. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Adenia subsessilifolia 5-inch pots$20.00
From southwestern Madagascar, where many of our species occur naturally, this little Adenia is geophytic with mostly annual tendrils bearing three-parted palm-shaped leaves. Because of the color and round stems, it took us a while to separate these plants from Seyrigia gracilis, which grows in the same area. The flowers are inconspicuous but the plants may be either monoecious or dioecious. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Adenia venenata 2-gallon pots$75.00
From Yemen and East Africa (Somalia through Tanzania), this species has a conical caudex up to three-four feet tall. The leaves are deeply lobed, and the flowers of this dioecious species are small and cream colored. The fruit are striped with two shades of green. The woody vines arise from the caudex; we recommend trimming the vines, not the caudex, of this species. These plants are seedlings in 3-gallon pots. In order to ship plants of this size, we may trim some of those vines in order to fit the plant into a box.
Adenia venenata 5-inch pots$14.00
From Yemen and East Africa (Somalia through Tanzania), this species has a conical caudex up to three-four feet tall. The leaves are deeply lobed, and the flowers of this dioecious species are small and cream colored. The fruit are striped with two shades of green. The woody vines arise from the caudex; we recommend trimming the vines, not the caudex, of this species. We offer seedlings of this species with caudices about a half inch across in 5-inch pots.
Adenia venenata one-gallon pots$18.00
From Yemen and East Africa (Somalia through Tanzania), this species has a conical caudex up to three-four feet tall. The leaves are deeply lobed, and the flowers of this dioecious species are small and cream colored. The fruit are striped with two shades of green. The woody vines arise from the caudex; we recommend trimming the vines, not the caudex, of this species. We offer seedlings of this species with caudices 1-2 inches across in one-gallon pots.
Adenia wilmsii 2-inch pots$6.00
This low caudiciform is from Mpumalanga Province of South Africa. Related to Adenia digitata, it is interesting because it does not have tendrils on its sprawling branches. The leaves are deeply lobed, and the flowers of this dioecious species are small and cream colored. The fruit are green turning red at maturity. We offer seedlings of this species in 2-inch pots.
Adenia wilmsii 5-inch pots$15.00
This low caudiciform is from Mpumalanga Province of South Africa. Related to Adenia digitata, it is interesting because it does not have tendrils on its sprawling branches. The leaves are deeply lobed, and the flowers of this dioecious species are small and cream colored. The fruit are green turning red at maturity. We offer seedlings of this species in 5-inch pots.
Adenium arabicum (Saudi Arabia) 5-inch pots$15.00
This species, from the southern Arabian Peninsula, has numerous branches arising from a low, wide caudex. These plants are propagated from material originally collected from the head of Wadi Muruba on Jabel Sooda Abha. The seedlings look like little flesh-colored barrels with a tuft of leaves at the top. The smallish flowers are pale pink, and the leaves are softly pubescent. These seedlings are in 5-inch pots.
Adenium arabicum (Saudi Arabia) one-gallon pots$25.00
This species, from the southern Arabian Peninsula, has numerous branches arising from a low, wide caudex. These plants are propagated from material originally collected from the head of Wadi Muruba on Jabel Sooda Abha. The seedlings look like little flesh-colored barrels with a tuft of leaves at the top. The smallish flowers are pale pink, and the leaves are softly pubescent. These seedlings are in one-gallon pots.
Adenium arabicum (Shada form) 10-inch pots$85.00
From Shada, Saudi Arabia, this Adenium arabicum varietal boasts a large caudex and the typical A. arabicum small, mostly pink and white flower. These plants are seedlings in 10-inch pots.
Adenium arabicum (Shada form) 3-inch pots$8.00
From Shada, Saudi Arabia, this Adenium typically is considered to be a form of A. arabicum but probably is between that species and what is now considered to be A. obesum. This form boasts a large caudex and the typical A. arabicum small, mostly pink and white flower. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Adenium arabicum (Shada form) 4-inch pots$10.00
From Shada, Saudi Arabia, this Adenium typically is considered to be a form of A. arabicum but probably is between that species and what is now considered to be A. obesum. This form boasts a large caudex and the typical A. arabicum small, mostly pink and white flower. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Adenium arabicum (Shada form) 5-inch pots$12.00
From Shada, Saudi Arabia, this Adenium typically is considered to be a form of A. arabicum but probably is between that species and what is now considered to be A. obesum. This form boasts a large caudex and the typical A. arabicum small, mostly pink and white flower. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Adenium arabicum (Yemen) 3-inch pots$8.00
This species, from the southern Arabian Peninsula, has numerous branches arising from a low, wide caudex. These plants are from seed collected near Sana‘a, Yemen. The smallish flowers are pale pink, and the leaves are softly pubescent. This easy-to-grow species forms the nicest caudex of the genus. These seedlings are in 3-inch pots.
Adenium arabicum (Yemen) 4-inch pots$12.00
This species, from the southern Arabian Peninsula, has numerous branches arising from a low, wide caudex. These plants are from seed collected near Sana‘a, Yemen. The smallish flowers are pale pink, and the leaves are softly pubescent. This easy-to-grow species forms the nicest caudex of the genus. These seedlings are in 4-inch pots.
Adenium arabicum (Yemen) 5-inch pots$15.00
This species, from the southern Arabian Peninsula, has numerous branches arising from a low, wide caudex. These plants are from seed collected near Sana‘a, Yemen. The smallish flowers are pale pink, and the leaves are softly pubescent. This easy-to-grow species forms the nicest caudex of the genus. These seedlings are in 5-inch pots.
Adenium arabicum (Yemen) one-gallon pots$35.00
This species, from the southern Arabian Peninsula, has numerous branches arising from a low, wide caudex. These plants are from seed collected near Sana‘a, Yemen. The smallish flowers are pale pink, and the leaves are softly pubescent. This easy-to-grow species forms the nicest caudex of the genus. These seedlings are in one-gallon pots.
Adenium arabicum 10-gallon pots$200.00
This species, from the southern Arabian Peninsula, has numerous branches arising from a low, wide caudex. The smallish flowers are pale pink, and the leaves are softly pubescent. This easy-to-grow species forms the nicest caudex of the genus. This plant has a caudex approximately 6 inches across with several vertical stems, conforming with the typical species as viewed in habitat on the Arabian peninsula. These plants are seedlings in 10-gallon pots.
Adenium arabicum 8-inch pots$45.00
This species, from the southern Arabian Peninsula, has numerous branches arising from a low, wide caudex. The smallish flowers are pale pink, and the leaves are softly pubescent. This easy-to-grow species forms the nicest caudex of the genus. These seedlings are flowering size in 8-inch pots.
Adenium arabicum cv 'Fat Guy' x self 4-inch pots$12.00
This species, from the southern Arabian Peninsula, has numerous branches arising from a low, wide caudex. The smallish flowers are pale pink, and the leaves are softly pubescent. This cultivar was selected because, as the name indicates, the caudex tends to be fatter than the typical species. These seedlings are in 4-inch pots.
Adenium arabicum cv 'Hansote' 4-inch pots$15.00
This species, from the southern Arabian Peninsula, has numerous branches arising from a low, wide caudex. The smallish flowers are pale pink, and the leaves are softly pubescent. This easy-to-grow species forms the nicest caudex of the genus. This cultivar, developed by Mark Dimmitt, tends to have a larger, more squat caudex than the typical species. These seedlings are in 4-inch pots.
Adenium arabicum cv 'Ram Gandhi' x self 4-inch pots$15.00
This species, from the southern Arabian Peninsula, has numerous branches arising from a low, wide caudex. The smallish flowers are pale pink, and the leaves are softly pubescent. This cultivar, developed by Mark Dimmitt, tends to have a larger, more squat caudex than the typical species. These seedlings are in 4-inch pots.
Adenium arabicum cv 'Ram Gandhi' x self 5-inch pots$20.00
This species, from the southern Arabian Peninsula, has numerous branches arising from a low, wide caudex. The smallish flowers are pale pink, and the leaves are softly pubescent. This cultivar, developed by Mark Dimmitt, tends to have a larger, more squat caudex than the typical species. These seedlings are in 5-inch pots.
Adenium arabicum x socotranum 3-inch pots$12.00
This is an interspecific hybrid we created by crossing Adenium arabicum (Oman) (male) and A. socotranum (female). We are not totally sure what these plants are going to end up looking like but they seem to have the height of A. socotranum and the caudex of A. arabicum. These seem to be faster growing than the other crosses we‘ve made between these two species. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Adenium arabicum x socotranum 4-inch pots$15.00
This is an interspecific hybrid we created by crossing Adenium arabicum (Oman) (male) and A. socotranum (female). We are not totally sure what these plants are going to end up looking like but they seem to have the height of A. socotranum and the caudex of A. arabicum. These seem to be faster growing than the other crosses we‘ve made between these two species. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Adenium boehmianum 10-inch pots$60.00
From southern Angola and northern Namibia, this species has perhaps the most slender caudex of the genus. This is offset by the beautiful flower, which begins with pink petals fading to white; the floral throat remains a deep purple. The leaves are large and pubescent. These seedlings are flowering size in 8-inch pots.
Adenium boehmianum 8-inch pots$50.00
From southern Angola and northern Namibia, this species has perhaps the most slender caudex of the genus. This is offset by the beautiful flower, which begins with pink petals fading to white; the floral throat remains a deep purple. The leaves are large and pubescent. These seedlings are flowering size in 8-inch pots.
Adenium boehmianum one-gallon pots$25.00
From southern Angola and northern Namibia, this species has perhaps the most slender caudex of the genus. This is offset by the beautiful flower, which begins with pink petals fading to white; the floral throat remains a deep purple. The leaves are large and pubescent. These seedlings are flowering size in one-gallon pots.
Adenium crispum x (arabicum x crispum) 4-inch pots$10.00
We're back crossing a hybrid between Adenium somalense var. crispum and A. arabicum designed to have a more crispum like flower and a more arabicum like base. These plants have the best characters of each species, namely the caudex of A. arabicum and the flowers of A. crispum. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Adenium crispum x obesum 3-inch pots$6.00
This is an interspecific hybrid created by Mark Dimmitt between Adenium somalense var. crispum and A. obesum. These plants have the best characters of each species, namely the caudex of A. obesum and the large red flowers of A. crispum. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Adenium cv ‘Arabian Ruby‘ 12-inch pots$125.00
We are releasing Mark Dimmitt‘s new hybrid Adenium, ‘Arabian Ruby,‘ with this offering. This hybrid is a cross between the well-known hybrid Adenium obesum ‘Black Ruby‘ with the Shada form of Adenium arabicum, which comes from the Jebel Shada in Saudi Arabia. This is a very unusual Adenium because the leaves create scars on the stem, which cause the stem to grow in a zigzag pattern. The flowers are a stunning rose-red color with a yellow-white striped throat, and they are borne year-round in a greenhouse setting. These plants are well-established rooted cuttings in 8-inch pots. Unlike the rooted cuttings of some Adeniums, this hybrid creates a very nice caudex, and it has a higher cold and rot tolerance than most Adeniums.
Adenium cv ‘Arabian Ruby‘ 5-gallon pots$175.00
We are releasing Mark Dimmitt‘s new hybrid Adenium, ‘Arabian Ruby,‘ with this offering. This hybrid is a cross between the well-known hybrid Adenium obesum ‘Black Ruby‘ with the Shada form of Adenium arabicum, which comes from the Jebel Shada in Saudi Arabia. This is a very unusual Adenium because the leaves create scars on the stem, which cause the stem to grow in a zigzag pattern. The flowers are a stunning rose-red color with a yellow-white striped throat, and they are borne year-round in a greenhouse setting. These plants are well-established rooted cuttings in 5-gallon pots. Unlike the rooted cuttings of some Adeniums, this hybrid creates a very nice caudex, as should be evident in our photograph, and it has a higher cold and rot tolerance than most Adeniums.
Adenium cv ‘Arabian Ruby‘ 8-inch pots$75.00
We are releasing Mark Dimmitt‘s new hybrid Adenium, ‘Arabian Ruby,‘ with this offering. This hybrid is a cross between the well-known hybrid Adenium obesum ‘Black Ruby‘ with the Shada form of Adenium arabicum, which comes from the Jebel Shada in Saudi Arabia. This is a very unusual Adenium because the leaves create scars on the stem, which cause the stem to grow in a zigzag pattern. The flowers are a stunning rose-red color with a yellow-white striped throat, and they are borne year-round in a greenhouse setting. These plants are well-established rooted cuttings in 8-inch pots. Unlike the rooted cuttings of some Adeniums, this hybrid creates a very nice caudex, and it has a higher cold and rot tolerance than most Adeniums.
Adenium cv ‘Black Ruby‘ x ‘Red Everbloomer‘ 3-inch pots$6.00
This hybrid Adenium features a dark red flower with ruffled edges tending towards black and a yellow center. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Adenium cv ‘Black Ruby‘ x ‘Red Everbloomer‘ 8-inch pots$35.00
This hybrid Adenium features a dark red flower with ruffled edges tending towards black and a yellow center. These plants are seedlings in 8-inch pots.
Adenium cv ‘Black Ruby’ x ‘Red Everbloomer’ one-gallon pots$25.00
This hybrid Adenium features a dark red flower with ruffled edges tending towards black. These plants are seedlings in 6-inch pots.
Adenium cv ‘Home Run‘ x self one-gallon pots$25.00
This cultivar of Adenium obesum was created in Taiwan in the 1990s. The flowers are dark red with a dark, feathered margin at their best, and the Chinese name, which phonetically sounds like ‘Home Run,‘ actually means “better than red.” We crossed two plants of ‘Home Run‘ to create these seedlings, and we have not seen them flower yet. These seedlings are in one-gallon pots.
Adenium cv ‘Home Run’ x self 3-inch pots$8.00
This cultivar of Adenium obesum was created in Taiwan in the 1990s. The flowers are dark red with a dark, feathered margin at their best, and the Chinese name, which phonetically sounds like 'Home Run,' actually means 'better than red.' We crossed two plants of 'Home Run' to create these seedlings, and we have not seen them flower yet. These seedlings are in 3-inch pots.
Adenium cv ‘Home Run’ x self 4-inch pots$10.00
This cultivar of Adenium obesum was created in Taiwan in the 1990s. The flowers are dark red with a dark, feathered margin at their best, and the Chinese name, which phonetically sounds like 'Home Run,' actually means 'better than red.' We crossed two plants of 'Home Run' to create these seedlings, and we have not seen them flower yet. These seedlings are in 4-inch pots.
Adenium cv ‘Home Run’ x self 5-inch pots$15.00
This cultivar of Adenium obesum was created in Taiwan in the 1990s. The flowers are dark red with a dark, feathered margin at their best, and the Chinese name, which phonetically sounds like 'Home Run,' actually means 'better than red.' We crossed two plants of 'Home Run' to create these seedlings, and we have not seen them flower yet. These seedlings are in 5-inch pots.
Adenium cv ‘Lily' x 286 x crispum 4-inch pots$8.00
This is a Mark Dimmitt creation of multiple crosses to try and produce a plant with a large, Adenium obesum type flower with picotee edges and the striped throat of Adenium somalense var. crispum. It would be for you to decide whether he succeeded or not. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Adenium cv ‘Lily' x 286 x crispum 5-inch pots$12.00
This is a Mark Dimmitt creation of multiple crosses to try and produce a plant with a large, Adenium obesum type flower with picotee edges and the striped throat of Adenium somalense var. crispum. It would be for you to decide whether he succeeded or not. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Adenium cv ‘Lily' x 286 x crispum one-gallon pots$20.00
This is a Mark Dimmitt creation of multiple crosses to try and produce a plant with a large, Adenium obesum type flower with picotee edges and the striped throat of Adenium somalense var. crispum. It would be for you to decide whether he succeeded or not. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Adenium cv ‘Stars and Stripes’ x self 3-inch pots$10.00
This cultivar is a Mark Dimmitt cross between 'Red Everbloomer' and A. somalense crispum. The flowers are medium red with a red, yellow, and white striped throat. These seedlings are in 3-inch pots.
Adenium cv ‘Stars and Stripes’ x self 4-inch pots$10.00
This cultivar is a Mark Dimmitt cross between 'Red Everbloomer' and A. somalense crispum. The flowers are medium red with a red, yellow, and white striped throat. These seedlings are in 4-inch pots.
Adenium cv ‘Super Big Chubbiness x self‘ 3-inch pots$10.00
This cultivar was developed in Taiwan of unknown parentage. It appears as if it is a selection cultivar from Adenium obesum with unusually large flowers and a large base. The crosses seem to have slightly smaller flowers than the original selection but are still quite nice. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Adenium cv ‘Super Big Chubbiness x self‘ 4-inch pots$12.00
This cultivar was developed in Taiwan of unknown parentage. It appears as if it is a selection cultivar from Adenium obesum with unusually large flowers and a large base. The crosses seem to have slightly smaller flowers than the original selection but are still quite nice. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Adenium cv ‘Thai Hybrid x self‘ one-gallon pots$25.00
This hybrid is a cross of A. somalense and A. obesum. These plants have highly ornate flowers that are among the best of the Adenium hybrids. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots from crosses between two grafted plants.
Adenium cv ‘Thai Hybrid x self’ 4-inch pots$12.00
This hybrid is a cross of A. somalense and A. obesum. These plants have highly ornate flowers that are among the best of the Adenium hybrids. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots from crosses between two grafted plants.
Adenium cv ‘Thai Hybrid x self’ 5-inch pots$15.00
This hybrid is a cross of A. somalense and A. obesum. These plants have highly ornate flowers that are among the best of the Adenium hybrids. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots from crosses between two grafted plants.
Adenium cv ‘Thai Soco‘ 10-inch pots$100.00
This cultivar originated in Thailand. These very compact plants that are obviously from Adenium arabicum have dark green leaves and smallish flowers. These plants are seedlings in 10-inch pots.
Adenium cv ‘Thai Soco‘ 8-inch pots$40.00
This cultivar originated in Thailand. These very compact plants that are obviously from Adenium arabicum have dark green leaves and smallish flowers. These plants are seedlings in 8-inch pots.
Adenium cv ‘Thai Soco‘ one-gallon pots$25.00
This cultivar originated in Thailand. These very compact plants that are obviously from Adenium arabicum have dark green leaves and smallish flowers. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Adenium dhofarense (Oman) one-gallon pots$30.00
This species, from the southeastern Arabian Peninsula country of Oman, has numerous branches arising from a low, wide caudex. The seeds for these plants came from plants originally collected near Salalah, Oman. The smallish flowers are pale pink, and the leaves are softly pubescent. This easy-to-grow species forms the nicest caudex of the genus. These seedlings are in one-gallon pots.
Adenium multiflorum 4-inch pots$8.00
From the northeastern provinces of South Africa, this shrubby species forms a subspherical caudex with many branches. The leaves are a shiny green and are oblanceolate. This species, which only flowers in the spring before putting on leaves, has white flowers with hot pink edging. These seedlings are in 4-inch pots.
Adenium multiflorum 5-inch pots$10.00
From the northeastern provinces of South Africa, this shrubby species forms a subspherical caudex with many branches. The leaves are a shiny green and are oblanceolate. This species, which only flowers in the spring before putting on leaves, has white flowers with hot pink edging. These seedlings are in 5-inch pots.
Adenium multiflorum 8-inch pots$25.00
From the northeastern provinces of the Republic of South Africa, this shrubby species forms a subspherical caudex with many branches. The leaves are a shiny green and are oblanceolate. This species, which only flowers in the spring before putting on leaves, has white flowers with hot pink edging. We offer seedlings in 8-inch pots that are flowering size.
Adenium multiflorum one-gallon pots$20.00
From the northeastern provinces of the Republic of South Africa, this shrubby species forms a subspherical caudex with many branches. The leaves are a shiny green and are oblanceolate. This species, which only flowers in the spring before putting on leaves, has white flowers with hot pink edging. We offer seedlings in one-gallon pots that are flowering size.
Adenium obesum (DP-191) x self 4-inch pots$12.00
The most common of the Adeniums, this species is from East Africa (DP-194). It has a nice caudex with numerous branches that, if unchecked by pruning, can create a large shrub. The leaves are ovate, and the flower is large and highly variable but usually is pink with dark pink nectar guides in the throat. We offer in 4-inch pots.
Adenium obesum (DP-196) x self 3-inch pots$10.00
The most common of the Adeniums, this species is from East Africa. It has a nice caudex with numerous branches that, if unchecked by pruning, can create a large shrub. The leaves are ovate, and these plants are a Dave Palzkill selection because the flower is large and usually is red with darker nectar guides in the throat (DP-196). We offer seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Adenium obesum (DP-196) x self 4-inch pots$15.00
The most common of the Adeniums, this species is from East Africa. It has a nice caudex with numerous branches that, if unchecked by pruning, can create a large shrub. The leaves are ovate, and these plants are a Dave Palzkill selection because the flower is large and usually is red with darker nectar guides in the throat (DP-196). We offer seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Adenium obesum (DP-196) x self 5-inch pots$20.00
The most common of the Adeniums, this species is from East Africa. It has a nice caudex with numerous branches that, if unchecked by pruning, can create a large shrub. The leaves are ovate, and these plants are a Dave Palzkill selection because the flower is large and usually is red with darker nectar guides in the throat (DP-196). We offer seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Adenium obesum (Mt. Kilimanjaro) 3-inch pots$8.00
The most common of the Adeniums, this form is from near Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. It has a nice caudex with numerous branches that, if unchecked by pruning, can create a large shrub. The leaves are ovate, and the flower is large and highly variable but usually is pink with dark pink nectar guides in the throat. This is a very easy to grow species. We offer seedlings in 3-inch pots that are not quite flowering size.
Adenium obesum (Mt. Kilimanjaro) 4-inch pots$15.00
The most common of the Adeniums, this form is from near Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. It has a nice caudex with numerous branches that, if unchecked by pruning, can create a large shrub. The leaves are ovate, and the flower is large and highly variable but usually is pink with dark pink nectar guides in the throat. This is a very easy to grow species. We offer seedlings in 4-inch pots that are not quite flowering size.
Adenium obesum (purple) 3-inch pots$8.00
The most common of the Adeniums, this species is from East Africa. It has a nice caudex with numerous branches that, if unchecked by pruning, can create a large shrub. The leaves are ovate, and the flower is large and highly variable, but we purposefully selected some plants with a purple cast to the flowers for propagation. We offer seedlings of flowering size in 3-inch pots.
Adenium obesum (purple) 4-inch pots$12.00
The most common of the Adeniums, this species is from East Africa. It has a nice caudex with numerous branches that, if unchecked by pruning, can create a large shrub. The leaves are ovate, and the flower is large and highly variable, but we purposefully selected some plants with a purple cast to the flowers for propagation. We offer seedlings of flowering size in 4-inch pots.
Adenium obesum (purple) 5-inch pots$14.00
The most common of the Adeniums, this species is from East Africa. It has a nice caudex with numerous branches that, if unchecked by pruning, can create a large shrub. The leaves are ovate, and the flower is large and highly variable, but we purposefully selected some plants with a purple cast to the flowers for propagation. We offer seedlings of flowering size in 5-inch pots.
Adenium obesum (purple) one-gallon pots$22.00
The most common of the Adeniums, this species is from East Africa. It has a nice caudex with numerous branches that, if unchecked by pruning, can create a large shrub. The leaves are ovate, and the flower is large and highly variable, but we purposefully selected some plants with a purple cast to the flowers for propagation. We offer seedlings of flowering size in one-gallon pots.
Adenium obesum (purple) x DP 191 3-inch pots$8.00
The most common of the Adeniums, this species is from East Africa. It has a nice caudex with numerous branches that, if unchecked by pruning, can create a large shrub. The leaves are ovate, and the flower is large and highly variable, but we purposefully selected some plants with a purple cast to the flowers for propagation. Then we crossed these with DP191, a Dave Palzkill selection of Adenium obesum with striking flowers. We offer seedlings of flowering size in 3-inch pots.
Adenium obesum (purple) x DP 191 4-inch pots$10.00
The most common of the Adeniums, this species is from East Africa. It has a nice caudex with numerous branches that, if unchecked by pruning, can create a large shrub. The leaves are ovate, and the flower is large and highly variable, but we purposefully selected some plants with a purple cast to the flowers for propagation. Then we crossed these with DP191, a Dave Palzkill selection of Adenium obesum with striking flowers. We offer seedlings of flowering size in 4-inch pots.
Adenium obesum (red) 3-inch pots$8.00
The most common of the Adeniums, this species is from East Africa. It has a nice caudex with numerous branches that, if unchecked by pruning, can create a large shrub. The leaves are ovate, and the flower is large and highly variable, but we purposefully selected some plants with flowers that are more red in color than the typical species. We offer seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Adenium obesum (red) 4-inch pots$10.00
The most common of the Adeniums, this species is from East Africa. It has a nice caudex with numerous branches that, if unchecked by pruning, can create a large shrub. The leaves are ovate, and the flower is large and highly variable, but we purposefully selected some plants with flowers that are more red in color than the typical species. We offer seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Adenium obesum (red) 5-inch pots$18.00
The most common of the Adeniums, this species is from East Africa. It has a nice caudex with numerous branches that, if unchecked by pruning, can create a large shrub. The leaves are ovate, and the flower is large and highly variable, but we purposefully selected some plants with flowers that are more red in color than the typical species. We offer seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Adenium obesum 10-inch pots$55.00
The most common of the Adeniums, this species is from East Africa. It has a nice caudex with numerous branches that, if unchecked by pruning, can create a large shrub. The leaves are ovate, and the flower is large and highly variable but usually is pink with dark pink nectar guides in the throat. This is a very easy to grow species. We offer seedlings in 10-inch pots.
Adenium obesum 12-inch pots$65.00
The most common of the Adeniums, this species is from East Africa. It has a nice caudex with numerous branches that, if unchecked by pruning, can create a large shrub. The leaves are ovate, and the flower is large and highly variable but usually is pink with dark pink nectar guides in the throat. This is a very easy to grow species. We offer seedlings in 12-inch pots.
Adenium obesum 3-gallon pots$65.00
The most common of the Adeniums, this species is from East Africa. It has a nice caudex with numerous branches that, if unchecked by pruning, can create a large shrub. The leaves are ovate, and the flower is large and highly variable but usually is pink with dark pink nectar guides in the throat. This is a very easy to grow species. We offer seedlings in 3-gallon pots.
Adenium obesum 3-inch pots$6.00
The most common of the Adeniums, this species is from East Africa. It has a nice caudex with numerous branches that, if unchecked by pruning, can create a large shrub. The leaves are ovate, and the flower is large and highly variable but usually is pink with dark pink nectar guides in the throat. This is a very easy to grow species. We offer seedlings in 3-inch pots that are not quite flowering size.
Adenium obesum 4-inch pots$10.00
The most common of the Adeniums, this species is from East Africa. It has a nice caudex with numerous branches that, if unchecked by pruning, can create a large shrub. The leaves are ovate, and the flower is large and highly variable but usually is pink with dark pink nectar guides in the throat. This is a very easy to grow species. We offer seedlings of flowering size in 4-inch pots.
Adenium obesum 5-inch pots$15.00
The most common of the Adeniums, this species is from East Africa. It has a nice caudex with numerous branches that, if unchecked by pruning, can create a large shrub. The leaves are ovate, and the flower is large and highly variable but usually is pink with dark pink nectar guides in the throat. This is a very easy to grow species. We offer seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Adenium obesum 8-inch pots$45.00
The most common of the Adeniums, this species is from East Africa. It has a nice caudex with numerous branches that, if unchecked by pruning, can create a large shrub. The leaves are ovate, and the flower is large and highly variable but usually is pink with dark pink nectar guides in the throat. This is a very easy to grow species. We offer seedlings in 8-inch pots.
Adenium obesum cv 'Grumbley?s White? 4-inch pots$10.00
We offer this variety of Adenium obesum with white flowers produced from seed. This plant is a sexually reproducing version of the well-known Grumbly?s White, the original of which was collected in northern Kenya by Tom Grumbly. We are offering seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Adenium obesum cv 'Super Big Chubbiness x self' 4-inch pots$12.00
This cultivar was developed in Taiwan of unknown parentage. It appears as if it is a selection cultivar from Adenium obesum with unusually large flowers and a large base. The crosses seem to have slightly smaller flowers than the original selection but are still quite nice. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Adenium obesum cv ‘Grumbley‘s White‘ 3-inch pots$8.00
We offer this variety of Adenium obesum with white flowers produced from seed. This plant is a sexually reproducing version of the well-known Grumbly‘s White, the original of which was collected in northern Kenya by Tom Grumbly. We are offering seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Adenium obesum cv ‘Merrylynn‘s Pink‘ 3-inch pots$6.00
We offer this variety of Adenium obesum with white flowers produced from seed. This plant is a sexually reproducing version of the well-known Grumbly‘s White, the original of which was collected in northern Kenya by Tom Grumbly. This cultivar was produced by our very own Marilyn Bernzott, who worked several years to achieve this plant. However, instead of a pure white flower with a light yellow center, these plants bloom with a pink rim around the petals. We are offering seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Adenium obesum cv ‘Merrylynn‘s Pink‘ 4-inch pots$9.00
We offer this variety of Adenium obesum with white flowers produced from seed. This plant is a sexually reproducing version of the well-known Grumbly‘s White, the original of which was collected in northern Kenya by Tom Grumbly. This cultivar was produced by our very own Marilyn Bernzott, who worked several years to achieve this plant. However, instead of a pure white flower with a light yellow center, these plants bloom with a pink rim around the petals. We are offering seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Adenium obesum cv ‘Merrylynn‘s Pink‘ 5-inch pots$12.00
We offer this variety of Adenium obesum with white flowers produced from seed. This plant is a sexually reproducing version of the well-known Grumbly‘s White, the original of which was collected in northern Kenya by Tom Grumbly. This cultivar was produced by our very own Marilyn Bernzott, who worked several years to achieve this plant. However, instead of a pure white flower with a light yellow center, these plants bloom with a pink rim around the petals. We are offering seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Adenium obesum cv ‘Merrylynn’s Pink’ 8-inch pots$30.00
We offer this variety of Adenium obesum with white flowers produced from seed. This plant is a sexually reproducing version of the well-known Grumbly's White, the original of which was collected in northern Kenya by Tom Grumbly. This cultivar was produced by our very own Marilyn Bernzott, who worked several years to achieve this plant. However, instead of a pure white flower with a light yellow center, these plants bloom with a pink rim around the petals. We are offering seedlings in 8-inch pots.
Adenium obesum cv ‘Merrylynn’s White’ 3-inch pots$8.00
We offer this variety of Adenium obesum with white flowers produced from seed. This plant is a sexually reproducing version of the well-known Grumbly's White, the original of which was collected in northern Kenya by Tom Grumbly. This cultivar was produced by our very own Marilyn Bernzott, who worked several years to achieve this plant. We are offering seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Adenium obesum cv ‘Merrylynn’s White’ 4-inch pots$10.00
We offer this variety of Adenium obesum with white flowers produced from seed. This plant is a sexually reproducing version of the well-known Grumbly?s White, the original of which was collected in northern Kenya by Tom Grumbly. This cultivar was produced by our very own Marilyn Bernzott, who worked several years to achieve this plant. We are offering seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Adenium obesum cv ‘Merrylynn’s White’ 8-inch pots$40.00
We offer this variety of Adenium obesum with white flowers produced from seed. This plant is a sexually reproducing version of the well-known Grumbly's White, the original of which was collected in northern Kenya by Tom Grumbly. This cultivar was produced by our very own Marilyn Bernzott, who worked several years to achieve this plant. We are offering seedlings in 8-inch pots.
Adenium obesum cv ‘Red Everbloomer x swazicum’ one-gallon pots$30.00
This hybrid Adenium has long-lasting flowers with white centers and red petals that darken to near black on the edges. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Adenium obesum cv ‘Red Everbloomer' x swazicum 8-inch pots$45.00
This hybrid Adenium has long-lasting flowers with white centers and red petals that darken to near black on the edges. These plants are seedlings in 8-inch pots.
Adenium obesum cv ‘Red Everbloomer‘ x self 5-inch pots$12.00
This hybrid Adenium has long-lasting flowers with white centers and red petals that darken to near black on the edges. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Adenium obesum cv ‘Red Everbloomer‘ x self 8-inch pots$45.00
This hybrid Adenium has long-lasting flowers with white centers and red petals that darken to near black on the edges. These plants are seedlings in 8-inch pots.
Adenium obesum cv ‘Red Everbloomer‘ x self one-gallon pots$25.00
This hybrid Adenium has long-lasting flowers with white centers and red petals that darken to near black on the edges. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Adenium obesum cv ‘Red Everbloomer’ x self 4-inch pots$8.00
This hybrid Adenium has long-lasting flowers with white centers and red petals that darken to near black on the edges. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Adenium obesum one-gallon pots$25.00
The most common of the Adeniums, this species is from East Africa. It has a nice caudex with numerous branches that, if unchecked by pruning, can create a large shrub. The leaves are ovate, and the flower is large and highly variable but usually is pink with dark pink nectar guides in the throat. This is a very easy to grow species. We offer seedlings of flowering size in one-gallon pots.
Adenium obesum x ‘Super Big Chubbiness‘ 4-inch pots$10.00
We created this hybrid from our stock plants, and who knows? It might be the daughter of Frankenstein. We can guess that the plant could have a rather large caudex and the flowers will be rather large with prominent nectar guides. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Adenium obesum x multiflorum 4-inch pots$8.00
This is a cross of two of the most common of the Adeniums, both of which are easy to grow. The goal is to merge the nice caudex of A. obesum with more of the characteristics of the flower of A. multiflorum. We anticipate s large and variable but mostly vivid red and white flower with dark pink nectar guides in a yellow throat. We offer seedlings of hybrid in 4-inch pots.
Adenium obesum x multiflorum 5-inch pots$12.00
This is a cross of two of the most common of the Adeniums, both of which are easy to grow. The goal is to merge the nice caudex of A. obesum with more of the characteristics of the flower of A. multiflorum. We anticipate s large and variable but mostly vivid red and white flower with dark pink nectar guides in a yellow throat. We offer seedlings of hybrid in 5-inch pots.
Adenium socotranum 5-inch pots$35.00
From Socotra, this is the largest variety of Adenium but is extremely slow growing. It is distinctive in just about every way from other Adenium species, and it tends to go dormant at different times. For us, it typically goes dormant during the spring and early summer, the prime growing time for most Adeniums. You should be an expert grower to handle this species, and you should expect that there could be extended periods of dormancy. These seedlings are in 5-inch pots.
Adenium socotranum one-gallon pots$50.00
From Socotra, this is the largest variety of Adenium but is extremely slow growing. It is distinctive in just about every way from other Adenium species, and it tends to go dormant at different times. For us, it typically goes dormant during the spring and early summer, the prime growing time for most Adeniums. You should be an expert grower to handle this species, and you should expect that there could be extended periods of dormancy. These seedlings are in one-gallon pots.
Adenium somalense 3-inch pots$8.00
This Adenium is a small tree with a conical caudex that occurs in Somalia and northern Kenya. The leaves of this species, which is Adenium somalense var. somalense (to distinguish with the other forms of the species), have prominent white veination, and the flowers are pink with white stripes that create prominent nectar guides. This species is fast growing and easy to grow, reaching a height of 10-12 feet. These plants are in 3-inch pots.
Adenium somalense 4-inch pots$12.00
This Adenium is a small tree with a conical caudex that occurs in Somalia and northern Kenya. The leaves of this species, which is Adenium somalense var. somalense (to distinguish with the other forms of the species), have prominent white veination, and the flowers are pink with white stripes that create prominent nectar guides. This species is fast growing and easy to grow, reaching a height of 10-12 feet. These plants are in 4-inch pots.
Adenium somalense 5-inch pots$25.00
This Adenium is a small tree with a conical caudex that occurs in Somalia and northern Kenya. The leaves of this species, which is Adenium somalense var. somalense (to distinguish with the other forms of the species), have prominent white veination, and the flowers are pink with white stripes that create prominent nectar guides. This species is fast growing and easy to grow, reaching a height of 10-12 feet. These plants are in 5-inch pots.
Adenium somalense 8-inch pots$65.00
This Adenium is a small tree with a conical caudex that occurs in Somalia and northern Kenya. The leaves of this species, which is Adenium somalense var. somalense (to distinguish with the other forms of the species), have prominent white veination, and the flowers are pink with white stripes that create prominent nectar guides. This species is fast growing and easy to grow, reaching a height of 10-12 feet. These plants are in 8-inch pots.
Adenium somalense one-gallon pots$35.00
This Adenium is a small tree with a conical caudex that occurs in Somalia and northern Kenya. The leaves of this species, which is Adenium somalense var. somalense (to distinguish with the other forms of the species), have prominent white veination, and the flowers are pink with white stripes that create prominent nectar guides. This species is fast growing and easy to grow, reaching a height of 10-12 feet. These plants are in one-gallon pots.
Adenium somalense sp. nova 3-inch pots$10.00
This Adenium is a small tree with a conical caudex that is native to Tanzania. The leaves of this species have some white veination, and the flowers are pink with white stripes that create prominent nectar guides. This species is fast growing and easy to grow. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Adenium somalense sp. nova 4-inch pots$15.00
This Adenium is a small tree with a conical caudex that is native to Tanzania. The leaves of this species have some white veination, and the flowers are pink with white stripes that create prominent nectar guides. This species is fast growing and easy to grow. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Adenium somalense sp. nova 5-inch pots$20.00
This Adenium is a small tree with a conical caudex that is native to Tanzania. The leaves of this species have some white veination, and the flowers are pink with white stripes that create prominent nectar guides. This species is fast growing and easy to grow. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Adenium somalense var. crispum 10-inch pots$90.00
From Somalia, this dwarf variety of Adenium somalense has beautiful flowers and a large caudex for the plant size. This species is notoriously slow growing. These seedlings have significant caudices and are in 10-inch pots.
Adenium somalense var. crispum 4-inch pots$15.00
From Somalia, this dwarf variety of Adenium somalense has beautiful flowers and a large caudex for the plant size. This species is notoriously slow growing. These seedlings are in 4-inch pots.
Adenium somalense var. crispum one-gallon pots$45.00
From Somalia, this dwarf variety of Adenium somalense has beautiful flowers and a large caudex for the plant size. This species is notoriously slow growing. These seedlings have significant caudices and are in one-gallon pots.
Adenium swazicum 3-inch pots$8.00
From the Kwa-Zulu Natal of South Africa and its namesake Swaziland, this shrubby Adenium has narrow leaves that are pubescent. The caudex size and shape is similar to A. obesum, but the flowers are pink with a dark purple throat. This species is floriferous and tends to have a longer flowering season than most of the Adeniums. We offer seedlings of this species in 3-inch pots that are not of flowering size.
Adenium swazicum 8-inch pots$65.00
From the Kwa-Zulu Natal of the Republic of South Africa and its namesake Swaziland, this shrubby Adenium has narrow leaves that are pubescent. The caudex size and shape is similar to A. obesum, but the flowers are pink with a dark purple throat. This species is floriferous and tends to have a longer flowering season than most of the Adeniums. We offer seedlings of this species in 6-8 inch pots.
Adenium swazicum cv 'Perpetual Pink? 3-inch pots$10.00
From the Kwa-Zulu Natal of South Africa and its namesake Swaziland, this shrubby Adenium has narrow leaves that are pubescent. The caudex size and shape is similar to A. obesum, but the flowers are pink with a dark purple throat. This species is floriferous and tends to have a longer flowering season than most of the Adeniums. Cultivar Perpetual Pink is a selection from the wild that tends to have purple-pink flowers with a very long flowering season. We offer seedlings of this species in 3-inch pots.
Adenium swazicum one-gallon pots$30.00
From the Kwa-Zulu Natal of the Republic of South Africa and its namesake Swaziland, this shrubby Adenium has narrow leaves that are pubescent. The caudex size and shape is similar to A. obesum, but the flowers are pink with a dark purple throat. This species is floriferous and tends to have a longer flowering season than most of the Adeniums. We offer seedlings of this species in one-gallon pots that are of flowering size.
Adromischus alstonii (HBG 17383) 3-inch pots$6.00
This species comes from the Western Cape Province of South Africa, where it mainly grows in the Klein Karoo. These plants were propagated from material originally collected on the road to Lekkersing in the Namaqualand (ISI 1377, HBG 17383). The leaves of this clone are strongly marked with purple spots, making it a highly attractive plants. These plants are rooted cuttings in 3-inch pots.
Adromischus alstonii (HBG 17383) 4-inch pots$8.00
This species comes from the Western Cape Province of South Africa, where it mainly grows in the Klein Karoo. These plants were propagated from material originally collected on the road to Lekkersing in the Namaqualand (ISI 1377, HBG 17383). The leaves of this clone are strongly marked with purple spots, making it a highly attractive plants. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Adromischus cristatus 3-inch pots$7.00
From the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, this small plant has roots with fibrous roots that appear to be a red mat on the stem. The leaves are crinkly and roughly triangular. These plants are leaf offsets in 3-inch pots.
Adromischus cristatus 4-inch pots$9.00
From the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, this small plant has roots with fibrous roots that appear to be a red mat on the stem. The leaves are crinkly and roughly triangular. These plants are leaf offsets in 4-inch pots.
Adromischus cristatus 5-inch pots$11.00
From the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, this small plant has roots with fibrous roots that appear to be a red mat on the stem. The leaves are crinkly and roughly triangular. These plants are leaf offsets in 5-inch pots.
Adromischus maculatus 4-inch pots$8.00
Distributed in the Western Cape Province of South Africa, this species forms a shrub with upright, nearly circular leaves. Our form has purple spots on those leaves, which have a horny margin on the rim. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Adromischus maculatus 5-inch pots$11.00
Distributed in the Western Cape Province of South Africa, this species forms a shrub with upright, nearly circular leaves. Our form has purple spots on those leaves, which have a horny margin on the rim. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Adromischus trigynus 3-inch pots$6.00
This species, now lumped under A. trigynus, formerly ranged across the northwestern provinces of South Africa. Variety rupicola differs because the leaves are much smaller and rounder than A. trigynus. These plants are rooted offsets in 3-inch pots.
Adromischus trigynus 4-inch pots$8.00
From the northwestern provinces of South Africa, this Adromischus is a little dwarf plant characterized by grey-green, oblanceolate leaves arising from a succulent stem. This plant stays rather small. These are leaf offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aechmea lueddemanniana cv ‘Mend‘ one-gallon pots$20.00
This terrestrial bromeliad is from Central America. This cultivar has long, recurving leaves that have four colors, ranging from white to pink, in bands. This is a long-blooming species with a rather complex inflorescence. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aeonium cv ?Red Beauty? 4-inch pots$8.00
Aeoniums are mostly known from the Canary Islands, northwestern Africa, and East Africa. They have broad rosettes of succulent leaves with varying shades of gray and green with color highlights. This cultivar is upright on a stem with reddish succulent leaves. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Agapanthus praecox ssp. orientalis 2-gallon pots$20.00
This bulb is from the Western Cape Province of South Africa and is particularly prevalent in the winter rainfall regions. The leaves are evergreen and have a plain light green color. When in bloom, this plant bears umbels with numerous large light blue flowers. These plants are rooted offsets in 2-gallon pots.
Agapanthus praecox ssp. orientalis one-gallon pots$15.00
This bulb is from the Western Cape Province of South Africa and is particularly prevalent in the winter rainfall regions. The leaves are evergreen and have a plain light green color. When in bloom, this plant bears umbels with numerous large light blue flowers. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Agave aktites one-gallon pots$15.00
This species is from the coastal areas of Sinaloa and Sonora, Mexico, where it tends to grow on sand dunes in an arid environment. Offsetting prolifically, the small rosettes have gray-green leaves that are rough to the touch. The marginal teeth tend to curve upwards, and the terminal spine tends to be somewhat blunt. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave americana ssp. protoamericana 5-inch pots$10.00
Gentry (1982) considers the wild populations of Agave americana ssp. protoamericana in the Sierra Madre to be the original source for the Agave americana complex. This is a highly variable species, with its offsetting glaucous blue-green, medium- to-large rosettes. The leaves tend to have upturned tips with significant terminal spines and fierce marginal spines. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave americana ssp. protoamericana one-gallon pots$15.00
Gentry (1982) considers the wild populations of Agave americana ssp. protoamericana in the Sierra Madre to be the original source for the Agave americana complex. This is a highly variable species, with its offsetting glaucous blue-green, medium- to-large rosettes. The leaves tend to have upturned tips with significant terminal spines and fierce marginal spines. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave americana var. medio-picta ‘alba‘ 5-inch pots$20.00
This proliferous Agave is from the large complex of A. americana in Mexico, and it can be considered as a cultivar for all intents and purposes. The numerous leaves are blue-gray with a center yellow-white stripe and are lined with small, sharp spines. We have grown this cultivar outside for decades in Tucson, where it can withstand frost to at least 18F. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Agave americana var. medio-picta ‘alba’ one-gallon pots$25.00
This proliferous Agave is from the large complex of A. americana in Mexico, and it can be considered as a cultivar for all intents and purposes. The numerous leaves are blue-gray with a center yellow-white stripe and are lined with small, sharp spines. We have grown this cultivar outside for decades in Tucson, where it can withstand frost to at least 18F. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Agave aurea 5-inch pots$10.00
This large, solitary species is from Baja California Sur. It has rosettes of numerous green leaves that are long, narrow, and arching. The brown marginal spines are rather large and the terminal spine is somewhat short and brown. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave aurea one-gallon pots$15.00
This large, solitary species is from Baja California Sur. It has rosettes of numerous green leaves that are long, narrow, and arching. The brown marginal spines are rather large and the terminal spine is somewhat short and brown. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave avellanidens 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is a medium-rosette, non-clumping plant from central Baja California. Clearly related to A. shawii ssp. goldmaniana, but differing in the width of its inflorescence, this species has gray-green leaves with strong white teeth on prominent marginal teats. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave avellanidens one-gallon pots$15.00
This species is a medium-rosette, non-clumping plant from central Baja California. Clearly related to A. shawii ssp. goldmaniana, but differing in the width of its inflorescence, this species has gray-green leaves with strong white teeth on prominent marginal teats. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave bovicornuta 5-inch pots$10.00
This beautiful Agave is from the northwestern Mexican states of Sonora, Chihuahua, and Sinaloa. The name refers to cow horns, which describes the opposite pattern of the fierce horn pattern on the leaf margins. This large rosette species does not offset. The leaves are a lovely yellow-green with some red highlights, and they are glossy with prominent leaf imprints. This species is frost sensitive, although in our experience we get marginal leaf damage at 23F. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave bracteosa 5-inch pots$11.00
From the northern Sierra Madre, these plants are relatively small and offset to form mounds. The leaves are light green, and the new leaves tend to twirl at the top in a very graceful pattern. Our plants have endured 23F undamaged. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave bracteosa 8-inch pots$30.00
From the northern Sierra Madre, these plants are relatively small and offset to form mounds. The leaves are light green, and the new leaves tend to twirl at the top in a very graceful pattern. Our plants have endured 23F undamaged. These plants are seedlings in 8-inch pots.
Agave bracteosa cv ‘Monterrey Frost‘ 5-inch pots$15.00
From the northern Sierra Madre of Mexico, these plants are relatively small and offset to form mounds. The leaves are light green, and the new leaves tend to twirl at the top in a very graceful pattern. Cultivar ‘Monterrey Frost‘ has white stripes in the center of the light green leaves. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Agave bracteosa one-gallon pots$18.00
From the northern Sierra Madre, these plants are relatively small and offset to form mounds. The leaves are light green, and the new leaves tend to twirl at the top in a very graceful pattern. Our plants have endured 23F undamaged. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave capensis 5-inch pots$10.00
This offsetting species is related to Agave aurea and A. promontorii. From the Cape Region of Baja California, it has small to medium rosettes of gray-green lanceolate leaves with sparse marginal spines. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave capensis one-gallon pots$15.00
This offsetting species is related to Agave aurea and A. promontorii. From the Cape Region of Baja California, it has small to medium rosettes of gray-green lanceolate leaves with sparse marginal spines. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave cerulata ssp. cerulata 5-inch pots$10.00
This species, widely distributed in the central deserts of Baja California, has been described by Gentry as perhaps the most widespread Agave in the wild. This small-to-medium rosette prolifically offsets, forming large clumps in the wild. These leaves are a solid gray-green color with prominent spines on marginal teats. We?ve grown this species outside for many years in Tucson, where it has withstood 18F undamaged. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave cerulata ssp. cerulata one-gallon pots$15.00
This species, widely distributed in the central deserts of Baja California, has been described by Gentry as perhaps the most widespread Agave in the wild. This small-to-medium rosette prolifically offsets, forming large clumps in the wild. These leaves are a solid gray-green color with prominent spines on marginal teats. We?ve grown this species outside for many years in Tucson, where it has withstood 18F undamaged. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave cerulata ssp. nelsonii 5-inch pots$10.00
From Baja California, this species is particularly common near San Fernando near the northern edge of the desert. It has shorter, broader leaves than the more typical A. cerulata ssp. cerulata, which is much more common in the central mountains of the peninsula. The leaf margins are undulate and lined with weak spines, and the color is blue gray with some yellow and green. This species can probably take significant frost although we have not yet tested it. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave cerulata ssp. subcerulata 5-inch pots$10.00
From Baja California, this species is particularly common near San Ignacio. It has shorter, broader leaves than the more typical A. cerulata ssp. cerulata, which grows much farther to the north on the peninsula. The leaf margins are weakly crenate and lined with weak spines, and the color is blue gray with some yellow and green. This species can probably take significant frost although we have not yet tested it. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave cerulata ssp. subcerulata one-gallon pots$15.00
From Baja California, this species is particularly common near San Ignacio. It has shorter, broader leaves than the more typical A. cerulata ssp. cerulata, which grows much farther to the north on the peninsula. The leaf margins are weakly crenate and lined with weak spines, and the color is blue gray with some yellow and green. This species can probably take significant frost although we have not yet tested it. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave chazaroi 5-inch pots$10.00
This is a recently described species from Jalisco, Mexico. This plant, which superficially resembles Agave pelona, has a solitary, medium rosette with bright, glossy green leaves and red margins with few teeth. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave chazaroi one-gallon pots$15.00
This is a recently described species from Jalisco, Mexico. This plant, which superficially resembles Agave pelona, has a solitary, medium rosette with bright, glossy green leaves and red margins with few teeth. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave chrysantha 5-inch pots$10.00
From central Arizona, this species usually is solitary with medium-to-large rosettes. The leaves are yellow-green and relatively long with a central gutter and inconspicuous, although relatively large, marginal teeth. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave colimana one-gallon pots$15.00
From central Mexican, this beautiful little Agave is related to A. filifera and A. multifilifera. It tends to remain solitary, sometimes offsetting, from the medium rosette that can come up on a short stems. The leaves are essentially linear, light green, and lacking in marginal spines while possessing a weak terminal spine. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave colorata 5-inch pots$10.00
From the Mexican states of Sonora and Sinaloa, this beautiful gray-green Agave is known for its broad leaves lined with fierce spines. It offsets, sometimes prolifically, from the central rosette. We have grown this in the ground in Tucson for years, where it easily can take 18F. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave colorata one-gallon pots$15.00
From the Mexican states of Sonora and Sinaloa, this beautiful gray-green Agave is known for its broad leaves lined with fierce spines. It offsets, sometimes prolifically, from the central rosette. We have grown this in the ground in Tucson for years, where it easily can take 18F. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave datylio var. datylio 5-inch pots$10.00
From Baja California Sur, Mexico, this species superficially resembles certain Sansevieria in its yellow-green coloration and prolific offsetting. The rosettes stay relatively small, and the leaves are linear to lancheolate, rigid, and channeled. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave datylio var. datylio one-gallon pots$15.00
From Baja California Sur, Mexico, this species superficially resembles certain Sansevieria in its yellow-green coloration and prolific offsetting. The rosettes stay relatively small, and the leaves are linear to lancheolate, rigid, and channeled. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave decipiens 5-inch pots$10.00
From coastal Florida, this beautiful Agave has bright green leaves in a rather dense but open rosette. The plants prolifically offset, and the main stem grows upward in a tree-like manner. The leaves are rather narrow with densely spaced teeth. We grow this species outside in Tucson, where 23F caused significant but non-fatal leaf damage. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Agave decipiens one-gallon pots$15.00
From coastal Florida, this beautiful Agave has bright green leaves in a rather dense but open rosette. The plants prolifically offset, and the main stem grows upward in a tree-like manner. The leaves are rather narrow with densely spaced teeth. We grow this species outside in Tucson, where 23F caused significant but non-fatal leaf damage. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Agave deserti var. deserti (San Matias Pass) 5-inch pots$10.00
From western Arizona, southeastern California, and northern Baja California, this Agave suckers proliferously, forming large clumps with small rosettes. These plants are propagated from material originally collected at San Matias Pass in Baja California. It is a blue-green Agave that probably can withstand temperatures lower than 20F, although we have not tested it. We have rooted offsets of this species in 5-inch pots.
Agave deserti var. deserti 5-inch pots$10.00
From western Arizona, southeastern California, and northern Baja California, this Agave suckers proliferously, forming large clumps with small rosettes. It is a blue-green Agave that probably can withstand temperatures lower than 20F, although we have not tested it. We have rooted offsets of this species in 5-inch pots.
Agave deserti var. deserti one-gallon pots$15.00
From western Arizona, southeastern California, and northern Baja California, this Agave suckers proliferously, forming large clumps with small rosettes. It is a blue-green Agave that probably can withstand temperatures lower than 20F, although we have not tested it. We have rooted offsets of this species in one-gallon pots.
Agave deserti var. pringlei 5-inch pots$10.00
From northern Baja California, this Agave has offsetting small-to-medium rosettes. It is a green Agave that grows in the Sierra Juarez and Sierra San Pedro Martir and can withstand temperatures lower than 15F, which occurs in its habitat. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave desmetiana 5-inch pots$10.00
This unique Agave has an unknown origin in the wild, because although the type is from Sinaloa, Mexico, it may have originated in Cuba. This species has no spines and smooth, gracefully arching light green leaves. It is sensitive to frosts below around 27F and takes major damage in Tucson landscapes; we grow it as a porch pot plant. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Agave desmetiana variegates 4-inch pots$8.00
This unique Agave has an unknown origin in the wild, because although the type is from Sinaloa, Mexico, it may have originated in Cuba. This species has no spines and smooth, gracefully arching light green leaves. The variegates have yellow streaking in the leaves, and in some plants the yellow streaking dominates the leaves in striking patterns. It is sensitive to frosts below around 27F and takes major damage in Tucson landscapes; we grow it as a porch pot plant. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Agave desmetiana variegates 5-inch pots$11.00
This unique Agave has an unknown origin in the wild, because although the type is from Sinaloa, Mexico, it may have originated in Cuba. This species has no spines and smooth, gracefully arching light green leaves. The variegates have yellow streaking in the leaves, and in some plants the yellow streaking dominates the leaves in striking patterns. It is sensitive to frosts below around 27F and takes major damage in Tucson landscapes; we grow it as a porch pot plant. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Agave desmetiana variegates one-gallon pots$15.00
This unique Agave has an unknown origin in the wild, because although the type is from Sinaloa, Mexico, it may have originated in Cuba. This species has no spines and smooth, gracefully arching light green leaves. The variegates have yellow streaking in the leaves, and in some plants the yellow streaking dominates the leaves in striking patterns. It is sensitive to frosts below around 27F and takes major damage in Tucson landscapes; we grow it as a porch pot plant. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Agave durangensis 5-inch pots$10.00
From Durango and Zacatecas, Mexico, this gray-leaf Agave is solitary and relatively large. It is known to be frost hardy in southern California and Arizona. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave durangensis 5-inch pots$10.00
From Durango and Zacatecas, Mexico, this gray-leaf Agave is solitary and relatively large. It is known to be frost hardy in southern California and Arizona. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave eggersiana 12-inch pots$50.00
This species is endemic to the US Virgin Islands. A solitary species, it has large rosettes with large dark green leaves with little armament. It is unlikely to be hardy in Arizona landscapes. These plants are rooted bulbils in 12-inch pots.
Agave eggersiana one-gallon pots$20.00
This species is endemic to the US Virgin Islands. A solitary species, it has large rosettes with large dark green leaves with little armament. It is unlikely to be hardy in Arizona landscapes. These plants are rooted bulbils in one-gallon pots.
Agave felgeri 5-inch pots$10.00
From coastal areas in Sonora, Mexico, this species forms large clumps of plants with relatively narrow leaf blades. The leaves are green with white-purple markings and shredding margins, somewhat like a Yucca. These are extremely hardy plants, withstanding drought and freezing temperatures less than 20F in Tucson with no damages. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Agave felgeri one-gallon pots$15.00
From coastal areas in Sonora, Mexico, this species forms large clumps of plants with relatively narrow leaf blades. The leaves are green with white-purple markings and shredding margins, somewhat like a Yucca. These are extremely hardy plants, withstanding drought and freezing temperatures less than 20F in Tucson with no damages. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Agave filifera ssp. filifera 5-inch pots$10.00
From central Mexico, this very nice species forms clumps with small to medium rosettes. The leaves are mostly linear, light green, and nicely marked with white markings, and abundant shedding filaments develop along the margins. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Agave filifera ssp. filifera one-gallon pots$15.00
From central Mexico, this very nice species forms clumps with small to medium rosettes. The leaves are mostly linear, light green, and nicely marked with white markings, and abundant shedding filaments develop along the margins. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Agave filifera ssp. schidigera (N Guadalajara) 5-inch pots$10.00
This form, widely distributed in Mexico generally east of the Sierra Madre, was originally collected north of Guadalajara. This species generally has a small, solitary rosette. The leaves are a beautiful dark green with a nice sheen and a shredding margin. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave filifera ssp. schidigera 5-inch pots$11.00
This species, widely distributed in Mexico generally east of the Sierra Madre, generally has a solitary rosette. The leaves are a beautiful dark green with a nice sheen and a shredding margin. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave filifera ssp. schidigera cv ‘Shira ito no Ohi‘ 10-inch pot$60.00
From central Mexico, this very nice species forms clumps with small to medium rosettes. The leaves are mostly linear, light green with yellow marginal stripes, and they are nicely marked with white markings and produce abundant shedding filaments along the margins. These plants are rooted offsets in 10-inch pots.
Agave filifera ssp. schidigera cv ‘White Stripe‘ 5-inch pots$12.00
From central Mexico, this very nice species forms clumps with small to medium rosettes. The leaves are mostly linear, light green with yellow marginal stripes, and they are nicely marked with white markings and produce abundant shedding filaments along the margins. The white stripe down the center of the leaf is the dominant characteristic of these plants, which are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Agave filifera ssp. schidigera one-gallon pots$15.00
This species, widely distributed in Mexico generally east of the Sierra Madre, generally has a solitary rosette. The leaves are a beautiful dark green with a nice sheen and a shredding margin. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave flexispina 5-inch pots$10.00
From central Mexico, this species is small and solitary. The green leaves have a somewhat wavy margin and the spines are flexible (as the name indicates), which makes the plant less ferocious than most Agaves. We have seedlings of this species in 5-inch pots.
Agave flexispina one-gallon pots$15.00
From central Mexico, this species is small and solitary. The green leaves have a somewhat wavy margin and the spines are flexible (as the name indicates), which makes the plant less ferocious than most Agaves. We have seedlings of this species in one-gallon pots.
Agave franzosini 5-gallon pots$45.00
This species is one of the largest of the blue-green Agaves, and it is of unknown origin in Mexico. Although it superficially resembles Agave americana in color, the rosettes of this species are much larger and the leaves are narrower, longer, and with more interesting marginal spination. These plants are drought and frost hardy in Tucson. We offer rooted offsets of this species in 5-gallon pots. These plants could incur exact shipping via FedEx Ground.
Agave funkiana 5-inch pots$10.00
This species, from the state of Hidalgo, Mexico, prolifically offsets from medium-sized rosettes. It is related to A. lophantha but differs in the lack of a prominent medial yellow stripe, longer and narrower linear leaves, and prominent marginal teeth. We grow this plant in our yard in Tucson, where it has withstood 23F undamaged. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave funkiana one-gallon pots$15.00
This species, from the state of Hidalgo, Mexico, prolifically offsets from medium-sized rosettes. It is related to A. lophantha but differs in the lack of a prominent medial yellow stripe, longer and narrower linear leaves, and prominent marginal teeth. We grow this plant in our yard in Tucson, where it has withstood 23F undamaged. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave garcia-mendoza 12-inch pots$30.00
This species, described in 2002 for a pair of Agave taxonomists from Mexico, is from central Mexico. Closely related to Agave horrida and A. kerchovei, it differs in the leave form and flowers. These plants are seedlings in 12-inch pots.
Agave garcia-mendoza 5-inch pots$10.00
This species, described in 2002 for a pair of Agave taxonomists from Mexico, is from central Mexico. Closely related to Agave horrida and A. kerchovei, it differs in the leave form and flowers. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave garcia-mendoza one-gallon pots$15.00
This species, described in 2002 for a pair of Agave taxonomists from Mexico, is from central Mexico. Closely related to Agave horrida and A. kerchovei, it differs in the leave form and flowers. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave geminiflora 5-inch pots$8.00
This grass-like Agave, with its numerous thin, flexible, and sharp-tipped leaves, is from Nayarit, Mexico. It is a solitary species, and it is somewhat cold-sensitive in the Arizona landscape. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave geminiflora one-gallon pots$15.00
This grass-like Agave, with its numerous thin, flexible, and sharp-tipped leaves, is from Nayarit, Mexico. It is a solitary species, and it is somewhat cold-sensitive in the Arizona landscape. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave ghiesbreghtii 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is widely distributed in southern Mexico and Guatemala. Related to Agave kerchovei, it proliferously suckers and has generally light green, stout leaves with striking gray-brown marginal spines. This species is desirable because of its relatively short leaves with fierce spines on the margins, but it is not as frost-hardy as is A. kerchovei. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave glomeruliflora 5-inch pots$10.00
Agave glomeruliflora, thought to be a hybrid between Agave lechuguilla and just about every other Agave native to Texas and Chihuahua, is highly variable in form. Its medium-sized rosettes of yellow-green leaves can offset, or not; the leaves can be linear or deltoid with various types of marginal spination; and the inflorescence and flowers can be any number of shapes and sizes. These seedlings are in 5-inch pots.
Agave gomezpomae 5-inch pots$10.00
From the wet forests west of Veracruz, Mexico, this is a soft-leaved, solitary species with a medium-sized rosette. Its leaves are a glossy green color, and the rosette does not die after flowering, unlike most Agaves. This species is unlikely to be hardy in southern Arizona. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave gomezpomae one-gallon pots$15.00
From the wet forests west of Veracruz, Mexico, this is a soft-leaved, solitary species with a medium-sized rosette. Its leaves are a glossy green color, and the rosette does not die after flowering, unlike most Agaves. This species is unlikely to be hardy in southern Arizona. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave gracilipes 5-inch pots$11.00
This sparsely offsetting species is from the highlands of Texas, New Mexico, and Chihuahua, Mexico, where it tends to grow at higher elevations on calcareous soils. It has numerous gray-green leaves in a dense, smallish rosette, and the leaves have small marginal spines. These seedlings are in 5-inch pots.
Agave guiengola 5-inch pots$10.00
This blue-gray Agave comes from Oaxaca, Mexico, from one locality in the Cerro Guiengola. Thought to be frost sensitive among the Agave, we?ve had it take 20F under shade cloth with no damage. It clumps prolifically, forming large mounds. These plants are rooted offsets suitable for 5-inch pots.
Agave guiengola cv ‘Crème Brulee‘ 3-gallon pots$45.00
This blue-gray Agave comes from Oaxaca, Mexico, from one locality in the Cerro Guiengola. Thought to be frost sensitive among the Agave, we‘ve had it take 20F under shade cloth with no damage. It clumps prolifically, forming large mounds. Cultivar Crème Brulee has white margins on the leaves and probably is more frost sensitive than the typical species. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-gallon pots.
Agave guiengola cv ?Crème Brulee? one-gallon pots$15.00
This blue-gray Agave comes from Oaxaca, Mexico, from one locality in the Cerro Guiengola. Thought to be frost sensitive among the Agave, we?ve had it take 20F under shade cloth with no damage. It clumps prolifically, forming large mounds. Cultivar Crème Brulee has white margins on the leaves and probably is more frost sensitive than the typical species. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Agave guiengola one-gallon pots$12.00
This blue-gray Agave comes from Oaxaca, Mexico, from one locality in the Cerro Guiengola. Thought to be frost sensitive among the Agave, we?ve had it take 20F under shade cloth with no damage. It clumps prolifically, forming large mounds. These plants are rooted offsets suitable for one-gallon pots.
Agave gypsophila 5-inch pots$10.00
From Guerrero, Mexico, this nice blue Agave forms solitary rosettes. What really marks this species are the closely spaced spines and small teeth on the leaf margins, which typically are weak. Those margins tend to be wavy, leading to a very attractive looking plant. Gentry, the guru of all things Agave, called this "a distinctive oddity." Our plants are in 5-inch pots.
Agave gypsophila one-gallon pots$15.00
From Guerrero, Mexico, this nice blue Agave forms solitary rosettes. What really marks this species are the closely spaced spines and small teeth on the leaf margins, which typically are weak. Those margins tend to be wavy, leading to a very attractive looking plant. Gentry, the guru of all things Agave, called this "a distinctive oddity." Our seedlings are in one-gallon pots.
Agave horrida var. perotensis 3-gallon pots$30.00
From Veracruz, Mexico, this small, light green species does not offset. It has impressive white teeth along a continuous white, horny margin. The new teeth tend to range from dark to light brown and are extremely pretty. These plants are seedlings in 3-gallon pots.
Agave inaequidens (Tapalpa) 5-inch pots$11.00
Another species from central Mexico, this form was originally collected near Tapalpa. A. inaequidens is solitary species with a large rosette. The leaves are relatively long, well-armed with spines, outcurving, and yellow-green. Its natural mountain habitat suggests the possibility of some frost hardiness, but that is unknown. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave inaequidens (Tapalpa) one-gallon pots$15.00
Another species from central Mexico, this form was originally collected near Tapalpa. A. inaequidens is solitary species with a large rosette. The leaves are relatively long, well-armed with spines, outcurving, and yellow-green. Its natural mountain habitat suggests the possibility of some frost hardiness, but that is unknown. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave inaequidens (Volcan de Tequila) 5-inch pots$10.00
Another species from central Mexico, this form was originally collected on Volcan de Tequila. A. inaequidens is solitary species with a large rosette. The leaves are relatively long, well-armed with spines, outcurving, and yellow-green. Its natural mountain habitat suggests the possibility of some frost hardiness, but that is unknown. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave inaequidens (Volcan de Tequila) one-gallon pots$15.00
Another species from central Mexico, this form was originally collected on Volcan de Tequila. A. inaequidens is solitary species with a large rosette. The leaves are relatively long, well-armed with spines, outcurving, and yellow-green. Its natural mountain habitat suggests the possibility of some frost hardiness, but that is unknown. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave inaequidens 5-inch pots$10.00
Another species from central Mexico, A. inaequidens is solitary species with a large rosette. The leaves are relatively long, well-armed with spines, outcurving, and yellow-green. Its natural mountain habitat suggests the possibility of some frost hardiness, but that is unknown. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave inaequidens one-gallon pots$15.00
Another species from central Mexico, A. inaequidens is solitary species with a large rosette. The leaves are relatively long, well-armed with spines, outcurving, and yellow-green. Its natural mountain habitat suggests the possibility of some frost hardiness, but that is unknown. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave isthmensis cv ‘Ohi Raijeri‘ 5-inch pots$15.00
Long misidentified in collections, Agave isthmensis has been somewhat of a problematic species. These plants are a Japanese cultivar of this species, and they have center-leaf variegation of yellow-white stripes and streaks. The full name appears to be "Ohi Raijeri Shiro-Nakafu." These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Agave karwinskii 5-inch pots$10.00
From southern Mexico, primarily Chiapas, Agave karwinskii tends to produce colonies of short, arborescent plants nearly 10 feet tall in habitat. The leaves are relatively narrow, linear-lancheolate, and ascending near the apex while reflexing with age. We have grown this plant outside in Tucson, where it has taken 23F. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave karwinskii one-gallon pots$15.00
From southern Mexico, primarily Chiapas, Agave karwinskii tends to produce colonies of short, arborescent plants nearly 10 feet tall in habitat. The leaves are relatively narrow, linear-lancheolate, and ascending near the apex while reflexing with age. We have grown this plant outside in Tucson, where it has taken 23F. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave kavandivi 5-inch pots$10.00
This is a recently described species from Oaxaca. It has slowly offsetting rosettes of soft, flexible light green leaves that can have a little blue color to them. It is closely related to Agave dasylirioides, A. rzedowskiana, and A. stricta. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave kavandivi one-gallon pots$15.00
This is a recently described species from Oaxaca. It has slowly offsetting rosettes of soft, flexible light green leaves that can have a little blue color to them. It is closely related to Agave dasylirioides, A. rzedowskiana, and A. stricta. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave kerchovei 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is from southern Mexico, particularly Oaxaca. Although it is known to be a solitary species, we’ve had offsets on our rosettes and expect it to produce a few suckers when mature. The leaves have prominent leaf impressions on their undersides and fierce spines on the white leaf margin. The terminal spine is particularly sharp and distinctive in this species. We’ve grown this species outside in Tucson, where it has withstood 23F undamaged. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave kerchovei one-gallon pots$15.00
This species is from southern Mexico, particularly Oaxaca. Although it is known to be a solitary species, we've had offsets on our rosettes and expect it to produce a few suckers when mature. The leaves have prominent leaf impressions on their undersides and fierce spines on the white leaf margin. The terminal spine is particularly sharp and distinctive in this species. We've grown this species outside in Tucson, where it has withstood 23F undamaged. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave lechuguilla 5-inch pots$10.00
One of the iconic species of the Chihuahuan Desert, this proliferously suckering species has relatively narrow green leaves. Related to A. lophantha, our plants have a faint yellow stripe in the center of the leaves and discontinuous lines on the bottoms. It is very hardy, withstanding the most severe frosts in Tucson. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave lechuguilla one-gallon pots$15.00
One of the iconic species of the Chihuahuan Desert, this proliferously suckering species has relatively narrow green leaves. Related to A. lophantha, our plants have a faint yellow stripe in the center of the leaves and discontinuous lines on the bottoms. It is very hardy, withstanding the most severe frosts in Tucson. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave leopoldtii one-gallon pots$18.00
These plants are a hybrid between two subspecies of Agave filifera: A. filifera ssp. filifera and A. filifera ssp. schidigera. The result is a compact rosette with many narrow leaves with shredding margins. The rosettes offset to produce small clumps with time. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Agave lophantha cv ‘Quadricolor‘ 2-gallon pots$30.00
This is one beautiful plant. Agave lophantha generally has a light-yellow stripe down the middle of the leaves, but the bright-yellow stripes on this variegate are prominent on the leaf margins. Under stress, a pink cast in the middle stripes, which include a grayish zone, creates a wonderful, highly desired plant that could be the showcase of a collection or a yard. These plants are rooted offsets in 2-gallon pots.
Agave lophantha cv ‘Quadricolor‘ 5-inch pots$20.00
This is one beautiful plant. Agave lophantha generally has a light-yellow stripe down the middle of the leaves, but the bright-yellow stripes on this variegate are prominent on the leaf margins. Under stress, a pink cast in the middle stripes, which include a grayish zone, creates a wonderful, highly desired plant that could be the showcase of a collection or a yard. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Agave lophantha cv ‘Quadricolor’ one-gallon pots$25.00
This is one beautiful plant. Agave lophantha generally has a light-yellow stripe down the middle of the leaves, but the bright-yellow stripes on this variegate are prominent on the leaf margins. Under stress, a pink cast in the middle stripes, which include a grayish zone, creates a wonderful, highly desired plant that could be the showcase of a collection or a yard. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Agave macracantha 5-inch pots$11.00
This beautiful small Agave is from Huajuapan, Tehuacan. It has distinctive long black spines at the ends of the leaves and forms large clumps in Tucson, where it typically is part of the landscape and can sustain frost to about 25 F before leaf damage occurs. Our plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Agave macracantha one-gallon pots$15.00
This beautiful small Agave is from Huajuapan, Tehuacan. It has distinctive long black spines at the ends of the leaves and forms large clumps in Tucson, where it typically is part of the landscape and can sustain frost to about 25 F before leaf damage occurs. Our plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Agave macroculmis 5-inch pots$10.00
This montane species is from the southern Sierra Madre Oriental. Its triangular leaves, well-armed with spines, are green and bear leaf imprints. This species is frost hardy but may not be drought hardy, given its native habitat. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave macroculmis one-gallon pots$15.00
This montane species is from the southern Sierra Madre Oriental. Its triangular leaves, well-armed with spines, are green and bear leaf imprints. This species is frost hardy but may not be drought hardy, given its native habitat. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave mapisaga 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is from central Mexico where, along with Agave salmiana, it is used for horticultural plants. It has large, gray-green rosettes that offset less than typical species, such as A. salmiana and A. americana, and have long linear leaves with closely spaced small spines. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave mapisaga one-gallon pots$15.00
This species is from central Mexico where, along with Agave salmiana, it is used for horticultural plants. It has large, gray-green rosettes that offset less than typical species, such as A. salmiana and A. americana, and have long linear leaves with closely spaced small spines. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave marmorata 5-inch pots$10.00
From central Mexico, notably in the vicinity of Tehuacan, this solitary Agave has a wonderful characteristic of leaves with purple on the lower side and conical terminal spines. A large plant, it likely is frost sensitive. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave maximilliana 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is from the highlands of west central Mexico. Known for its glaucous green leaves and fierce spines on teats, these plants form solitary, medium-sized rosettes. We expect this species to be hardy in Tucson. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave mitis var. albidior (celsii var. albicans) 5-inch pots$10.00
Gentry called it Agave celsii, but recently the name has reverted to the older A. mitis. This subspecies differs from A. mitis var. mitis by the light gray-green leaves, which makes it an extremely attractive plant. The seed for our plant came from Tuzanapa, Hidalgo, although the species is widespread in central Mexico. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave mitis var. mitis (celsii) 2-gallon pots$25.00
Gentry called it Agave celsii, but recently the name has reverted to the older A. mitis. From central Mexico, and our seed came from Los Duraznos in Hidalgo, this clumping species has medium large rosettes of yellow-green leaves lined with small teeth. We?ve grown this species outside in Tucson, where it has withstood 23F but does not like periodic droughts or the low humidity. These seedlings are in 2-gallon pots.
Agave mitis var. mitis (celsii) one-gallon pots$15.00
Gentry called it Agave celsii, but recently the name has reverted to the older A. mitis. From central Mexico, and our seed came from Los Duraznos in Hidalgo, this clumping species has medium large rosettes of yellow-green leaves lined with small teeth. We?ve grown this species out side in Tucson, where it has withstood 23F but does not like periodic droughts or the low humidity. These seedlings are in one-gallon pots.
Agave mitis var. mitis (variegate) 5-inch pots$15.00
Gentry called it Agave celsii, but recently the name has reverted to the older A. mitis. From central Mexico, this clumping species has medium large rosettes of yellow-green leaves lined with small teeth. Those leaves have white margins in this variegated version. These are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Agave mitis var. mitis (variegate) one-gallon pots$20.00
Gentry called it Agave celsii, but recently the name has reverted to the older A. mitis. From central Mexico, this clumping species has medium large rosettes of yellow-green leaves lined with small teeth. Those leaves have white margins in this variegated version. These are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Agave multifilifera 5-inch pots$11.00
Another species from northern Mexico, the solitary rosettes produce leaves with abundant filaments shredding from the margins. The leaves are tipped with a sharp but flexible spine. Our plants in Tucson have been undamaged at 18-20F. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave murpheyi 5-inch pots$10.00
This Agave, native to central and southern Arizona, is closely associated with archaeological sites. Likely this plant was cultivated and, when it began flowering, was harvested and the core roasted to yield sugary food. This species offsets freely in Tucson. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Agave neomexicana 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is from New Mexico, west Texas, and possibly from northern Mexico. Offsetting prolifically, this small- to medium-sized species has rosettes with numerous glaucous gray-green leaves bearing fierce marginal spines. Related to Agave parryi, this species has the reputation of being one of the most frost-tolerant Agaves. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave nickelsiae 5-inch pots$10.00
Once considered a form, or even a hybrid, of Agave victoria-reginae, this slow-growing species is from Coahuila, Mexico, and differs from A. victoria-reginae in its dark terminal spine and its flowers. This is an extremely hardy species known to withstand temperatures as low as 0 F or lower and easily grows in hot temperatures. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave nussaviorum 5-inch pots$10.00
From Oaxaca, this solitary species has light green to blue-green leaves in a medium-sized rosette. Although described as its own species, it may well be a natural hybrid between Agave potatorum and A. seemanniana, which grow in the same area. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave nussaviorum one-gallon pots$15.00
From Oaxaca, this solitary species has light green to blue-green leaves in a medium-sized rosette. Although described as its own species, it may well be a natural hybrid between Agave potatorum and A. seemanniana, which grow in the same area. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave obscura 2-gallon pots$30.00
This species, from Perota, Veracruz, Mexico, has a contorted taxonomic pedigree. Gentry referred to it as Agave polyacantha, and it is distinguished primarily by its flowers from that species. However, this solitary Agave, with its green leaves with reddish-brown marginal teeth, is a valuable addition to any collection. These plants are seedlings in 2-gallon pots.
Agave obscura 5-inch pots$10.00
This species, from Perota, Veracruz, Mexico, has a contorted taxonomic pedigree. Gentry referred to it as Agave polyacantha, and it is distinguished primarily by its flowers from that species. However, this solitary Agave, with its green leaves with reddish-brown marginal teeth, is a valuable addition to any collection. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave obscura one-gallon pots$15.00
This species, from Perota, Veracruz, Mexico, has a contorted taxonomic pedigree. Gentry referred to it as Agave polyacantha, and it is distinguished primarily by its flowers from that species. However, this solitary Agave, with its green leaves with reddish-brown marginal teeth, is a valuable addition to any collection. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave ocahui 5-inch pots$10.00
Narrowly distributed in Sonora, Mexico, this species has a beautiful solitary rosette of dark green leaves with a reddish-brown border that is quite attractive. Our plants in Tucson have been undamaged at 18-20F. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave ocahui one-gallon pots$15.00
Narrowly distributed in Sonora, Mexico, this species has a beautiful solitary rosette of dark green leaves with a reddish-brown border that is quite attractive. Our plants in Tucson have been undamaged at 18-20F. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave ocahui var. longifolia 5-inch pots$10.00
Narrowly distributed in Sonora, Mexico, this species has a beautiful solitary rosette of dark green leaves with a reddish-brown border that is quite attractive. Variety longifolia has much larger rosettes and longer leaves than the typical species. Our plants in Tucson have been undamaged at 15-20F. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave ocahui var. longifolia one-gallon pots$15.00
Narrowly distributed in Sonora, Mexico, this species has a beautiful solitary rosette of dark green leaves with a reddish-brown border that is quite attractive. Variety longifolia has much larger rosettes and longer leaves than the typical species. Our plants in Tucson have been undamaged at 15-20F. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave ornithobroma one-gallon pots$15.00
This species, from the lowlands of the western Mexico states of Sinaloa and Nayarit, has narrow, light green leaves without marginal spines. Closely related to A. geminiflora, it differs in sparse offsetting and relatively few leaves. It is unlikely to take much frost, but we haven't tried it and, like A. bracteosa, it could surprise us. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave oroensis one-gallon pots$15.00
Related to A. americana, this species is mostly solitary, producing only a few offsets, and has well-armed triangular leaves, which are green and relatively succulent compared with A. americana. This plant is probably frost hardy, although untested, in Tucson. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave ovatifolia 5-inch pots$10.00
This recently described species is from central Mexico, where it grows at high elevation. A solitary species with a medium-sized rosette, it has more-or-less ovate leaves that are blue-green in color and bear substantial marginal spines. This could be the most frost-resistant species of Agave. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave ovatifolia one-gallon pots$15.00
This recently described species is from central Mexico, where it grows at high elevation. A solitary species with a medium-sized rosette, it has more-or-less ovate leaves that are blue-green in color and bear substantial marginal spines. This could be the most frost-resistant species of Agave. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave palmeri (dwarf) 5-inch pots$10.00
Agave palmeri is a common species widely distributed in southeastern Arizona and the adjacent Mexican states of Sonora and Chihuahua. The rosettes get quite large and are solitary, but these plants are a dwarf form from seed collected near Sonoita, Arizona. The leaves are blue-green and lancheolate, and the undulate margin is lined with relatively small and regularly spaced spines. This species probably can withstand low temperatures between 0-10F. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave palmeri (dwarf) one-gallon pots$15.00
Agave palmeri is a common species widely distributed in southeastern Arizona and the adjacent Mexican states of Sonora and Chihuahua. The rosettes get quite large and are solitary, but these plants are a dwarf form from seed collected near Sonoita, Arizona. The leaves are blue-green and lancheolate, and the undulate margin is lined with relatively small and regularly spaced spines. This species probably can withstand low temperatures between 0-10F. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave palmeri 5-inch pots$10.00
Agave palmeri is a common species widely distributed in southeastern Arizona and the adjacent Mexican states of Sonora and Chihuahua. The rosettes get quite large and are solitary. The leaves are blue-green, lancheolate, and lined with relatively small and regularly spaced spines. This species probably can withstand low temperatures between 0-10F. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave palmeri one-gallon pots$15.00
Agave palmeri is a common species widely distributed in southeastern Arizona and the adjacent Mexican states of Sonora and Chihuahua. The rosettes get quite large and are solitary. The leaves are blue-green, lancheolate, and lined with relatively small and regularly spaced spines. This species probably can withstand low temperatures between 0-10F. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave parryi var. couesii 5-inch pots$10.00
From central Arizona, this is the smallest member of the A. parryi complex. The leaves are relatively narrow in comparison with other varieties in this group but are the same gray-green color and bearing relatively small teeth on the leaf margins. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave parryi var. huachucensis 5-inch pots$10.00
From southeastern Arizona, extending into northern Mexico, this is one of the prized agaves on the basis of form. When mature and grown in full sun, these plants look like giant artichokes, with intricately packed leaves around the growing tip. The leaves are the typical blue-green color of Agave parryi and also lack leaf imprints. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave parryi var. huachucensis one-gallon pots$15.00
From southeastern Arizona, extending into northern Mexico, this is one of the prized agaves on the basis of form. When mature and grown in full sun, these plants look like giant artichokes, with intricately packed leaves around the growing tip. The leaves are the typical blue-green color of Agave parryi and also lack leaf imprints. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave parvidentata 5-inch pots$10.00
From El Salvador, where it grows at high elevation on volcanoes, this species does not offset but forms medium-large rosettes of gray-green leaves that outcurve from the rosette. This plant is unlikely to be hardy in Tucson. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave polyacantha 5-inch pots$12.00
This graceful species is from Veracruz, Mexico. The taxonomy of this is very confused (supposedly this is the same as Agave obscura, a very different species), and here we retain the original concept outlined in Gentry (1982). The long, nearly linear leaves have closely spaced fine marginal teeth. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave polyacantha var. xalapensis 5-inch pots$12.00
This graceful species is from Veracruz, Mexico. The taxonomy of this is very confused (supposedly this is the same as Agave obscura, a very different species), and here we retain the original concept outlined in Gentry (1982). The long, nearly linear leaves have closely spaced fine marginal teeth. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave potatorum (verschaffeltii) 5-inch pots$10.00
Agave potatorum is a highly variable species from central Mexico. Agave potatorum (verschaffeltii) varies from the typical A. potatorum by more prominent teats and more undulate leaf margins. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave potatorum cv 'Kichiokan' 5-inch pots$10.00
Agave potatorum is from central Mexico. This cultivar form is from who knows where, and although it has been linked to A. potatorum for a long time, it may be a different species or a hybrid. Whatever it is, it is a beautiful plant with thin, spathulate leaves with beautiful, light spination and a light blue-green color. Until the recent drought claimed our plants, we had this growing in our yard, where it created a one-foot diameter clump that withstood low temperatures of 25F. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Agave promontori 5-inch pots$10.00
From the Sierra la Laguna in Baja California Sur, Mexico, this species is closely related to Agave aurea. It is a solitary species with large rosettes of medium green leaves. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave promontori one-gallon pots$15.00
From the Sierra la Laguna in Baja California Sur, Mexico, this species is closely related to Agave aurea. It is a solitary species with large rosettes of medium green leaves. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave purpusorum 5-inch pots$10.00
Agave purpurea is from southern Mexico, and Gentry lumps it in with Agave ghiesbrechtii. We keep it separate because these plants do not resemble the typical A. ghiesbrechtii that we have as small plants. Instead, they have smallish spines on the leaf margins with a two-tone leaf. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave rhodacantha (dwarf) 5-inch pots$10.00
This striking species, with its long, narrow leaves, is from Sinaloa, Mexico. Its sword-like leaves are green to dark green in color, relatively rigid, and lined with highly variable marginal spines. This is the dwarf form of this species, but only slightly smaller than the typical. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave rhodacantha 5-inch pots$10.00
This striking species, with its long, narrow leaves, is from Sinaloa, Mexico. Its sword-like leaves are green to dark green in color, relatively rigid, and lined with highly variable marginal spines. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave rhodacantha one-gallon pots$15.00
This striking species, with its long, narrow leaves, is from Sinaloa, Mexico. Its sword-like leaves are green to dark green in color, relatively rigid, and lined with highly variable marginal spines. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave rzedowskiana 5-inch pots$15.00
This recently described species is from western Mexico, particularly the states of Sinaloa and Jalisco. A mostly solitary species, it produces medium-sized rosettes of linear-to-triangular yellow-green leaves. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave scabra (asperimma) 5-inch pots$10.00
Commonly found in the Chihuahuan Desert of northern Mexico, this species prolifically offsets, forming large clusters of plants. Gentry lumped Agave asperimma into the larger species concept of A. scabra. It is a relatively small, gray-green species characterized by a roughened leaf surface and fierce spines along the margins. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave scabra (asperimma) one-gallon pots$15.00
Commonly found in the Chihuahuan Desert of northern Mexico, this species prolifically offsets, forming large clusters of plants. Gentry lumped Agave asperimma into the larger species concept of A. scabra. It is a relatively small, gray-green species characterized by a roughened leaf surface and fierce spines along the margins. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave scabra 5-inch pots$10.00
Commonly found in the Chihuahuan Desert of northern Mexico, this species prolifically offsets, forming large clusters of plants. It is a relatively small species characterized by a roughened leaf surface and fierce spines along the margins. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave scabra one-gallon pots$15.00
Commonly found in the Chihuahuan Desert of northern Mexico, this species prolifically offsets, forming large clusters of plants. It is a relatively small species characterized by a roughened leaf surface and fierce spines along the margins. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave scabra var. zarcensis 5-gallon pots$35.00
Occurring in the state of Durango, Mexico, near La Zarca, this plant of the Chihuahuan Desert prolifically offsets, forming clusters of plants. It is a relatively large species characterized by blue-green leaf surfaces with black, recurved spines along the margins. This species likely is hardy in Tucson. These plants are seedlings in 5-gallon pots. These plants could incur additional shipping costs.
Agave scabra var. zarcensis 5-inch pots$10.00
Occurring in the state of Durango, Mexico, near La Zarca, this plant of the Chihuahuan Desert prolifically offsets, forming clusters of plants. It is a relatively large species characterized by blue-green leaf surfaces with black, recurved spines along the margins. This species likely is hardy in Tucson. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave scabra var. zarcensis one-gallon pots$15.00
Occurring in the state of Durango, Mexico, near La Zarca, this plant of the Chihuahuan Desert prolifically offsets, forming clusters of plants. It is a relatively large species characterized by blue-green leaf surfaces with black, recurved spines along the margins. This species likely is hardy in Tucson. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave scaposa 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is from northern Oaxaca, Mexico. It has large, gray-green rosettes that typically are solitary and have long leaves with closely spaced small spines. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave scaposa one-gallon pots$15.00
This species is from northern Oaxaca, Mexico. It has large, gray-green rosettes that typically are solitary and have long leaves with closely spaced small spines. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave schottii 5-inch pots$10.00
Commonly known as 'shin-dagger' in southeastern Arizona, this species forms dense stands in Arizona, New Mexico, and into Sonora, Mexico. The curving leaves are stout, sharply pointed, and have shredding margins. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave sebastiana 5-inch pots$10.00
From Cedros Island off of the Vizcaino Peninsula of Baja California, Mexico, this gorgeous species has numerous blue-green leaves arranged in the fashion of an artichoke. It slowly offsets to form small colonies. We‘ve grown this species outside in Tucson, where it has taken 15F with minimal damage. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave seemanniana 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is distributed from southern Mexico to Nicaragua. It forms small, solitary rosettes of glaucous, gray-green to yellow-green leaves. These leaves are distinctive in that they are planar (no recurving or folding) and they have showy marginal teeth. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave seemanniana one-gallon pots$15.00
This species is distributed from southern Mexico to Nicaragua. It forms small, solitary rosettes of glaucous, gray-green to yellow-green leaves. These leaves are distinctive in that they are planar (no recurving or folding) and they have showy marginal teeth. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave shawii ssp. goldmaniana 5-inch pots$10.00
From the central desert of Baja California, this species is large and may prolifically produce offsets. The rosette resembles a giant artichoke, with closely appressed leaves bearing red-black, highly variable spines. The panicle is broad and bears bright yellow flowers. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave shawii ssp. goldmaniana one-gallon pots$15.00
From the central desert of Baja California, this species is large and may prolifically produce offsets. The rosette resembles a giant artichoke, with closely appressed leaves bearing red-black, highly variable spines. The panicle is broad and bears bright yellow flowers. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave shrevei ssp. magna 5-inch pots$10.00
From near the border of Sonora and Chihuahua, Mexico, this beautiful species generally is solitary. A large species, and even larger in ssp. magna, the gray-green leaves are strikingly beautiful and have slightly waving margins bearing strong spines on teats. This plant is totally frost hardy in Tucson. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave shrevei ssp. magna one-gallon pots$15.00
From near the border of Sonora and Chihuahua, Mexico, this beautiful species generally is solitary. A large species, and even larger in ssp. magna, the gray-green leaves are strikingly beautiful and have slightly waving margins bearing strong spines on teats. This plant is totally frost hardy in Tucson. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave shrevei ssp. matapensis 5-inch pots$10.00
Agave shrevei is from the mountains of Sonora, Mexico, with some overlap into Chihuahua. Subspecies matapensis is the northwest population, which is highly variable. The rosettes of light gray leaves generally are smaller than the typical species. This subspecies likely can take 15-20F in low winter temperatures. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave sisalana variegate 15-gallon pots$65.00
Agave sisalana is the classic fiber plant grown world wide. It is native to Chiapas, Mexico. This plant has a large rosette with unarmed light yellow-green leaves that are relatively thin and flexible. It prolifically offsets, forming large clumps. These variegates have white stripes through blue-green leaves. These plants are rooted offsets in 15-gallon pots.
Agave sobria ‘gigantensis’ 5-inch pots$10.00
From Baja California Sur, these blue-green plants appear to be the ones mistakenly referred to as Agave gigantensis, but that species has medium-green rosettes. The leaves of these seldomly offsetting plants are gray-green with rather fierce, red-brown spines on the edges. The terminal spine is dark and of medium length. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave sobria ssp. roseana one-gallon pots$15.00
From Baja California Sur, this subspecies occurs on Isla Espiritu Santo as well as the mainland north of La Paz. It differs from the typical species with its rosettes that occasionally offset, its thin, gray-green leaves with red-brown marginal spines, and a thinner flowering panicle. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave sp. (El Pilon, Cuba) 5-inch pots$15.00
We know or have heard several things about this species: (1) this species comes from a locality there, but without a species name; (2) there are quite a few species of Agave on the island of Cuba; (3) some people think all Agave from the West Indies are boring; and (4) these plants look quite interesting. Otherwise, we know nothing about how big this might get, or even what its characteristics might be. Take a chance on these seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave sp. (El Pilon, Cuba) one-gallon pots$15.00
We know or have heard several things about this species: (1) this species comes from a locality there, but without a species name; (2) there are quite a few species of Agave on the island of Cuba; (3) some people think all Agave from the West Indies are boring; and (4) these plants look quite interesting. Otherwise, we know nothing about how big this might get, or even what its characteristics might be. Take a chance on these seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave sp. (Jaumave) 5-inch pots$10.00
This is an undescribed species from Jaumave, Tamaulipas, Mexico. Apparently a solitary species, it has medium-sized rosettes with gray-green triangular leaves. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave striata (echinoides) one-gallon pots$15.00
Widely distributed in central Mexico east of the Sierra Madre, Agave striata clumps to resemble Nolinas or certain Dracaenas. The plants formerly known as Agave echinoides have shorter leaves and are generally smaller. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave striata ssp. falcata 5-inch pots$10.00
Widely distributed in central Mexico east of the Sierra Madre, Agave striata clumps to resemble Nolinas or certain Dracaenas. The leaves are green, linear, and sharp tipped. Subspecies falcata occurs further north than the typical species and has wider leaves and stouter plants. This species takes no damage at 23F. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave striata ssp. falcata one-gallon pots$15.00
Widely distributed in central Mexico east of the Sierra Madre, Agave striata clumps to resemble Nolinas or certain Dracaenas. The leaves are green, linear, and sharp tipped. Subspecies falcata occurs further north than the typical species and has wider leaves and stouter plants. This species takes no damage at 23F. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave striata ssp. striata one-gallon pots$15.00
Widely distributed in central Mexico east of the Sierra Madre, this species clumps to resemble Nolinas or certain Dracaenas. The leaves are green, linear, and sharp tipped. This species takes no damage at 23F. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave stricta 5-gallon pots$35.00
This species is from the Mexican states of Puebla and Oaxaca. The rosette, which can grow a short stem, produces numerous linear leaves that are stout and sharp tipped. We?ve grown this species outdoors in Tucson, where it is undamaged at temperatures as low as 20F. These plants are seedlings in 5-gallon pots.
Agave temacapuliensis 5-inch pots$10.00
Another recently described species, this one is from Jalisco, Mexico. Related to Agave wocomahi, it has solitary rosettes of gray-green leaves. We believe this species, like its relative A. wocomahi, could be reasonably frost hardy in Tucson. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave tenuifolia (Xilitla, Mexico) 5-inch pots$10.00
This recently described species is related to Agave stricta. These plants, propagated from material originally collected near Xilitla, San Luis Potosi, Mexico, are solitary plants with long, recurving and cylindrical leaves. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave tenuifolia (Xilitla, Mexico) one-gallon pots$15.00
This recently described species is related to Agave stricta. These plants, propagated from material originally collected near Xilitla, San Luis Potosi, Mexico, are solitary plants with long, recurving and cylindrical leaves. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave tequilana 5-inch pots$10.00
This legendary blue Agave, which once was the sole species used to make tequila in Mexico, comes from near the town of Tequila, Jalisco, Mexico. Its leaves are blue-gray in color and lack marginal spines. The species offsets prolifically, which is how it persists since the flowering stalks of most plants are aborted to make liquor. We grow this species outside in Tucson, where the leaves have been damaged at 23F. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave tequilana one-gallon pots$15.00
This legendary blue Agave, which once was the sole species used to make tequila in Mexico, comes from near the town of Tequila, Jalisco, Mexico. Its leaves are blue-gray in color and lack marginal spines. The species offsets prolifically, which is how it persists since the flowering stalks of most plants are aborted to make liquor. We grow this species outside in Tucson, where the leaves have been damaged at 23F. These plants are in one-gallon pots.
Agave toumeyana 5-inch pots$10.00
This compact, offsetting species is from central Arizona, where it grows in open pinyon-jumper woodland. The small, compact rosettes have many linear leaves that upcurve, creating a birdcage effect. The leaves are green with prominent leaf imprints and a shredding margin of white threads. This species can easily withstand 23F. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave triangularis 5-inch pots$10.00
From southern Mexico, this species produces small clusters of olive-green plants with thin, faint yellow stripes down the centers of the leaves. The leaves are deltoid, relatively long and rigid, and bearing some gray-white spines on the margins. It is an intermediate-sized Agave of unknown frost hardiness. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave valenciana 5-inch pots$10.00
From Jalisco, Mexico, this recently described species has large solitary rosettes bearing dark green leaves. It is closely related to Agave marmorata and should have the same frost tolerance as that species. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave vasquezgarcia 5-inch pots$10.00
This recently described species is from Jalisco, Mexico, and is related to Agave pedunculifera. The solitary rosettes form medium-sized plants with soft, thin leaves without significant marginal spines. We’re sure it is highly sensitive to freezing. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave vasquezgarcia one-gallon pots$15.00
This recently described species is from Jalisco, Mexico, and is related to Agave pedunculifera. The solitary rosettes form medium-sized plants with soft, thin leaves without significant marginal spines. We’re sure it is highly sensitive to freezing. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave verdensis one-gallon pots$15.00
This plant is a domesticate associated with aboriginal inhabitants of the Verde Valley in central Arizona, hence the epithet. It is thought to have at least some of the characters of Agave chrysantha and A. shrevei in it, and it was cultivated as a food source. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave victoriae-reginae (Bustamonte) one-gallon pots$15.00
This solitary form is one of the most desirable agaves from Mexico (Coahuila, Nuevo Leon, Durango). The seed for these plants came originally from Bustamonte, Nuevo Leon. Our plants have short stiff leaves with bold white lines and no spines. There may be some yellow variegation in the leaves. This is about as large as the individual rosettes get. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave vilmoriniana 5-inch pots$10.00
Widely distributed in west-central Mexico, Agave vilmoriniana hangs off cliffs in its typical habitat. It has long, recurved leaves that are a light blue-green color. We use this plant in Tucson landscaping, where it takes surprisingly little water to survive. These plants are rooted offsets (rooted bulbils) suitable for 5-inch pots.
Agave vilmoriniana one-gallon pots$15.00
Widely distributed in west-central Mexico, Agave vilmoriniana hangs off cliffs in its typical habitat. It has long, recurved leaves that are a light blue-green color. We use this plant in Tucson landscaping, where it takes surprisingly little water to survive. These plants are rooted offsets (rooted bulbils) suitable for one-gallon pots.
Agave vivipara (angustifolia) variegate 5-inch pots$12.00
This is the most widespread Agave in Mexico and Central America, and it is very common in cultivation. The medium to large rosette tends to sparsely offset until flowering, when it sends out numerous clones. The deeply guttered leaves are narrow and linear with sharp terminal spines. Numerous cultivars exist, but we offer the typical form. These plants are moderately frost hardy, taking leaf-margin damage below 25F. These plants are rooted bulbils in 5-inch pots.
Agave vizcainoensis 5-inch pots$10.00
This narrow endemic, which occurs in the western Vizcaino Desert (hence the name) of Baja California Sur, Mexico, is an intermediate-sized species that does not offset. The leaves are fleshy, blue-green, and lined with fierce spines. The terminal spine is relatively long and gray-brown. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave vizcainoensis one-gallon pots$15.00
This narrow endemic, which occurs in the western Vizcaino Desert (hence the name) of Baja California Sur, Mexico, is an intermediate-sized species that does not offset. The leaves are fleshy, blue-green, and lined with fierce spines. The terminal spine is relatively long and gray-brown. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave weberi 2-gallon pots$25.00
Gentry (1982) cites a report that this species originally was from San Luis Potosi, Mexico, but mostly it is found in cultivation in the southern United States. This is the ?Phoenix form,? and the plants have weak teeth along the margins, as opposed to the generally perceived normal form, which does not have teeth along the leaves. This is one of the largest of the Agaves, with a main rosette of gracefully arching blue-green leaves and proliferous offsets around the base. The inflorescence is extremely tall ? several of our plants recently bloomed to produce spikes 25-30 feet tall! These plants are rooted offsets in 2-gallon pots.
Agave weberi 5-inch pots$10.00
Gentry (1982) cites a report that this species originally was from San Luis Potosi, Mexico, but mostly it is found in cultivation in the southern United States. This is the ?Phoenix form,? and the plants have weak teeth along the margins, as opposed to the generally perceived normal form, which does not have teeth along the leaves. This is one of the largest of the Agaves, with a main rosette of gracefully arching blue-green leaves and proliferous offsets around the base. The inflorescence is extremely tall ? several of our plants recently bloomed to produce spikes 25-30 feet tall! These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Agave weberi one-gallon pots$15.00
Gentry (1982) cites a report that this species originally was from San Luis Potosi, Mexico, but mostly it is found in cultivation in the southern United States. This is the ?Phoenix form,? and the plants have weak teeth along the margins, as opposed to the generally perceived normal form, which does not have teeth along the leaves. This is one of the largest of the Agaves, with a main rosette of gracefully arching blue-green leaves and proliferous offsets around the base. The inflorescence is extremely tall ? several of our plants recently bloomed to produce spikes 25-30 feet tall! These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Agave xylonacantha 5-inch pots$10.00
From east-central Mexico, this solitary species produces relatively small rosettes. The gray-green leaves are sword-like, long and thick in the middle, and are armed with stout, fierce spines on the horny leaf margin. We grow this species outside in Tucson, where it has taken 23F with minimal damage. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Agave xylonacantha one-gallon pots$15.00
From east-central Mexico, this solitary species produces relatively small rosettes. The gray-green leaves are sword-like, long and thick in the middle, and are armed with stout, fierce spines on the horny leaf margin. We grow this species outside in Tucson, where it has taken 23F with minimal damage. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Agave yavapaiensis one-gallon pots$15.00
This is another domesticate Agave from central Arizona, particularly Yavapai County. It is of unknown origin but developed as a food supply for Hohokam native Americans in that area. It has green leaves with saw-like marginal spines. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Albuca aurea 5-inch pots$10.00
From the Western Cape Province of South Africa, this bulb tends to be bluish in color. It produces lanceolate, green leaves that can be a foot long or more. The flowers are erect and white to yellow in color. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Albuca aurea one-gallon pots$15.00
From the Western Cape Province of South Africa, this bulb tends to be bluish in color. It produces lanceolate, green leaves that can be a foot long or more. The flowers are erect and white to yellow in color. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Albuca cooperi 4-inch pots$8.00
Widely distributed in western South Africa, this bulb produces a short tunic above ground. The leaves are linear and medium length (1-2 feet). The flowers are light yellow with prominent green keels. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Albuca exuviata 4-inch pots$8.00
This species ranges across the Klein Karoo from the Western to Eastern Cape Provinces of South Africa. The bulb produces a tunic that may be slightly above ground with what appears to be woody rings. The flowers range from white to light yellow with conspicuous green keels. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Albuca fastigiata 3-inch pots$6.00
From South Africa, this species differs from many Albucas by having broad, channeled leaves. The flowers are white with green keels. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Albuca fastigiata 4-inch pots$8.00
From South Africa, this species differs from many Albucas by having broad, channeled leaves. The flowers are white with green keels. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Albuca fastigiata 5-inch pots$10.00
From South Africa, this species differs from many Albucas by having broad, channeled leaves. The flowers are white with green keels. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Albuca flaccida 3-inch pots$6.00
This species, which we once offered as A. canadensis, is a bulb from the winter-rainfall region of Namaqualand, Republic of South Africa. It produces a stem; fleshy, nearly cylindrical leaves; and panicles of yellowish-green flowers. South Africans recommend this species as a potential garden plant in warmer areas. These seedlings are in 3-inch pots.
Albuca flaccida 4-inch pots$8.00
This species, which we once offered as A. canadensis, is a bulb from the winter-rainfall region of Namaqualand, South Africa. It produces a stem; fleshy, nearly cylindrical leaves; and panicles of yellowish-green flowers. South Africans recommend this species as a potential garden plant in warmer areas. These seedlings are in 4-inch pots.
Albuca glauca 3-inch pots$6.00
This species is from east-central South Africa, mostly in the summer rainfall area. The leaves produced by the rather large bulbs tend to be cylindrical linear. The flowers are green-white and differ from many species in the genus in that they are borne irregularly and horizontally. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Albuca glauca 4-inch pots$8.00
This species is from east-central South Africa, mostly in the summer rainfall area. The leaves produced by the rather large bulbs tend to be cylindrical linear. The flowers are green-white and differ from many species in the genus in that they are borne irregularly and horizontally. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Albuca hallii 5-inch pots$10.00
This species ranges from southern Namibia south into western South Africa. The leaves of this species have a strong curl but lack the hairs that characterize A. namaquensis. The nodding flowers are yellow with green keels. These plants are offset bulbs in 5-inch pots.
Albuca setosa (Augrabie Hills) 3-inch pots$6.00
This is a dwarf species of Albuca from the Augrabie Hills, which lie west of Springbok, South Africa. It resembles an Ornithogalum in the way new bulbs break through the skin of the mature bulb and how the bulbs protrude above the soil surface. The leaves are very thin and 3 to 5-inches long. The upright flowers have white tepals with green keels, and the inner tepals are yellow-tipped. These plants are flowering-size seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Albuca setosa (Augrabie Hills) 4-inch pots$8.00
This is a dwarf species of Albuca from the Augrabie Hills, which lie west of Springbok, Republic of South Africa. It resembles an Ornithogalum in the way new bulbs break through the skin of the mature bulb and how the bulbs protrude above the soil surface. The leaves are very thin and 3 to 5-inches long. The upright flowers have white tepals with green keels, and the inner tepals are yellow-tipped. These plants are flowering-size seedlings with multiple offsets in 4-inch pots.
Albuca setosa (Augrabie Hills) 5-inch pots$10.00
This is a dwarf species of Albuca from the Augrabie Hills, which lie west of Springbok, Republic of South Africa. It resembles an Ornithogalum in the way new bulbs break through the skin of the mature bulb and how the bulbs protrude above the soil surface. The leaves are very thin and 3 to 5-inches long. The upright flowers have white tepals with green keels, and the inner tepals are yellow-tipped. These plants are flowering-size seedlings with multiple offsets in 5-inch pots.
Albuca setosa (Pakhuis Pass) 3-inch pots$6.00
This species, collected from Pakhuis Pass east of Clanwilliam, Western Cape Province, South Africa, has a small bulb that offsets freely. The bulbs protrude above the surface of the soil and have wrinkled tunics below the bases of the leaves. The leaves are almost thread-like, and the flowers are white and very fragrant. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Albuca setosa (Pakhuis Pass) 4-inch pots$8.00
This species, collected from Pakhuis Pass east of Clanwilliam, Western Cape Province, South Africa, has a small bulb that offsets freely. The bulbs protrude above the surface of the soil and have wrinkled tunics below the bases of the leaves. The leaves are almost thread-like, and the flowers are white and very fragrant. These plants are seedlings 4-inch pots.
Albuca setosa (Pakhuis Pass) 5-inch pots$10.00
This species, collected from Pakhuis Pass east of Clanwilliam, Western Cape Province, South Africa, has a small bulb that offsets freely. The bulbs protrude above the surface of the soil and have wrinkled tunics below the bases of the leaves. The leaves are almost thread-like, and the flowers are white and very fragrant. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Albuca sp. cf. longipes (Lav 28989) 4-inch pots$8.00
This species, collected by John Lavranos (Lav 28989) from Dornrivier, near Clanwilliam in the Western Cape Province of South Africa, is a small bulb. The leaves are almost thread-like, channeled, and quite long, and they wilt at the time that flowers are produced. The upright flowers have white tepals with green keels, and the inner tepals have bright yellow knobs at the tips. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Albuca tortuosa 4-inch pots$8.00
Widely distributed across the southern provinces of South Africa, this species grows in the summer rainfall area. As with many Albuca, the bulb produces wide leaves, but the leaves of this species are upright and twisted, hence the name. The flowers are yellow with a green keel. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Albuca tortuosa one-gallon pots$15.00
Widely distributed across the southern provinces of South Africa, this species grows in the summer rainfall area. As with many Albuca, the bulb produces wide leaves, but the leaves of this species are upright and twisted, hence the name. The flowers are yellow with a green keel. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Alluaudia comosa 5-inch pots$20.00
This rare Alluaudia, from Madagascar, is more of a shrub or a small tree than the other species. Similar to A. humbertii, this species has small green leaves on branches that cascade from a central trunk in a mature plant. The branches are spiny and relatively thin. We offer rooted cuttings of this species in 5-inch pots.
Alluaudia dumosa 5-inch pots$10.00
Another Madagascaran species, this Alluaudia is from the southwestern part of the island. It has no leaves and few spines, making it quite unusual among the Alluaudias. We offer rooted cuttings of this species in 5-inch pots.
Alluaudia dumosa one-gallon pots$15.00
Another Madagascaran species, this Alluaudia is from the southwestern part of the island. It has no leaves and few spines, making it quite unusual among the Alluaudias. We offer rooted cuttings of this species in one-gallon pots.
Alluaudia humbertii 5-inch pots$10.00
Another species from Madagascar, this Alluaudia forms a large shrub or small tree. Its leaves are grey-green, and the branches are relatively thin with many spines. This species is much faster growing and is hardier than A. comosa. We offer rooted cuttings of this species in 5-inch pots.
Alluaudia procera 5-inch pots$10.00
This is one of the most common and recognized of the Alluaudias from Madagascar. It looks somewhat like the New World ocotillo but has nearly ovate green leaves among the conspicuous spines. The species, which is dioecious, has panicles of white flowers. We offer rooted cuttings of this species in 5-inch pots.
Alluaudia procera one-gallon pots$25.00
This is one of the most common and recognized of the Alluaudias from Madagascar. It looks somewhat like the New World ocotillo but has nearly ovate green leaves among the conspicuous spines. The species, which is dioecious, has panicles of white flowers. We offer rooted cuttings that are 12- to 10-gallones tall in one-gallon pots.
Alluaudiopsis fiherenensis 4-inch pots$8.00
This shrub is larger in most respects to Alluaudiopsis marnieriana is also from Madagascar. This species produces spiny stems bearing succulent green leaves arranged sparsely along the branches. The flowers are green-yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Alluaudiopsis fiherenensis 5-inch pots$10.00
This shrub is larger in most respects to Alluaudiopsis marnieriana is also from Madagascar. This species produces spiny stems bearing succulent green leaves arranged sparsely along the branches. The flowers are green-yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Alluaudiopsis marnieriana 5-inch pots$12.00
The genus Alluaudia is endemic to Madagascar and represents an example of convergent evolution when compared to the New World genus Fouquieria. This species of Alluaudia is from the southwestern part of the island where it forms large trees with cascading branches. It has dark-green leaves and large, stout spines, making it similar to the rarer A. montagnacii and very common A. procera. It has red flowers. We offer rooted cuttings of this species in 5-inch pots.
Aloe 'not bakeri' 5-inch pots$8.00
This small aloe was sold to us as a hybrid that it clearly is not. In looking around, this species once was sold as Aloe bakeri, which is rare and much smaller than this species. It seems to have A. bakeri in its genes, as well as perhaps A. bellatula, one of our favorite aloes. The flowers are held on short racemes and are red. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe 'not elgonica' 5-inch pots$10.00
Oh, the perils of open pollination. The seeds were from Europe and the plants, sadly, are not Aloe elgonica. They are an interesting short shrubby hybrid though. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe abyssicola 3-inch pots$6.00
This cremnophilous species is from Yemen, where it tends to grow in arid and hyperarid habitats. This plant, with its gray-green foliage, famously grows upside down on cliffs, but that isn?t its entire habit. The flowers, however, tend to grow downwards, recurving up to display the yellow-green flowers. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe abyssicola 4-inch pots$8.00
This cremnophilous species is from Yemen, where it tends to grow in arid and hyperarid habitats. This plant, with its gray-green foliage, famously grows upside down on cliffs, but that isn?t its entire habit. The flowers, however, tend to grow downwards, recurving up to display the yellow-green flowers. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe abyssicola 5-inch pots$10.00
This cremnophilous species is from Yemen, where it tends to grow in arid and hyperarid habitats. This plant, with its gray-green foliage, famously grows upside down on cliffs, but that isn‘t its entire habit. The flowers, however, tend to grow downwards, recurving up to display the yellow-green flowers. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe abyssicola one-gallon pots$15.00
This cremnophilous species is from Yemen, where it tends to grow in arid and hyperarid habitats. This plant, with its gray-green foliage, famously grows upside down on cliffs, but that isn‘t its entire habit. The flowers, however, tend to grow downwards, recurving up to display the yellow-green flowers. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe aculeata 10-gallon pots$75.00
From the Northern Province of South Africa and southern Zimbabwe, this stemless species generally is solitary in the wild. These seedlings have the striking irregular black-and-white tubercles on the leaf surfaces. Ours have a sparse pattern of tubercles. These plants are seedlings in 10-gallon pots. Exact shipping charges (FedEx ground) will be assessed.
Aloe aculeata 3-inch pots$6.00
From the Northern Province of South Africa and southern Zimbabwe, this stemless species generally is solitary in the wild. These seedlings have the striking irregular black-and-white tubercles on the leaf surfaces. Ours have a particularly dense patterning of tubercles. These plants are in 3-inch pots.
Aloe aculeata 4-inch pots$8.00
From the Northern Province of South Africa and southern Zimbabwe, this stemless species generally is solitary in the wild. These seedlings have the striking irregular black-and-white tubercles on the leaf surfaces. Ours have a particularly dense patterning of tubercles. These plants are in 4-inch pots.
Aloe aculeata 5-inch pots$11.00
From the Northern Province of South Africa and southern Zimbabwe, this stemless species generally is solitary in the wild. These seedlings have the striking irregular black-and-white tubercles on the leaf surfaces. Ours have a particularly dense patterning of tubercles. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe aculeata one-gallon pots$15.00
From the Northern Province of South Africa and southern Zimbabwe, this stemless species generally is solitary in the wild. These seedlings have the striking irregular black-and-white tubercles on the leaf surfaces. Ours have a particularly dense patterning of tubercles. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe acutissima var. itampolensis 3-inch pots$8.00
From Madagascar, this much-branched shrub produces a number of relatively short (<2 feet) stems. The leaves are green, narrow, and recurved downwards. The flowers are red. Variety itampolensis has more marginal teeth on the leaves and fewer branches on the inflorescence. These plants are rooted cuttings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe acutissima var. itampolensis 4-inch pots$10.00
From Madagascar, this much-branched shrub produces a number of relatively short (<2 feet) stems. The leaves are green, narrow, and recurved downwards. The flowers are red. Variety itampolensis has more marginal teeth on the leaves and fewer branches on the inflorescence. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe acutissima var. itampolensis 5-inch pots$12.00
From Madagascar, this much-branched shrub produces a number of relatively short (<2 feet) stems. The leaves are green, narrow, and recurved downwards. The flowers are red. Variety itampolensis has more marginal teeth on the leaves and fewer branches on the inflorescence. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe acutissima var. antanimorensis 5-inch pots$10.00
From Madagascar, this much-branched shrub produces a number of relatively short (<2 feet) stems. Variety antanimorensis comes from near Antanimora in Toliara province. The leaves are gray-green, narrow, and recurved downwards. The flowers are red. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe acutissima var. antanimorensis one-gallon pots$12.00
From Madagascar, this much-branched shrub produces a number of relatively short (<2 feet) stems. Variety antanimorensis comes from near Antanimora in Toliara province. The leaves are gray-green, narrow, and recurved downwards. The flowers are red. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe affinis 2-gallon pots$25.00
This species is from Mpumalanga Province of South Africa and Swaziland. The leaves tend to be broad and medium green with prominent brown lines running their length. What is really nice about this species are the flowers, which are bright red and borne in early winter in Tucson. These plants have withstood 23F in our yard undamaged. These plants are seedlings in 2-gallon pots.
Aloe affinis 4-inch pots$8.00
This species is from Mpumalanga Province of South Africa and Swaziland. The leaves tend to be broad and medium green with prominent brown lines running their length. What is really nice about this species are the flowers, which are bright red and borne in early winter in Tucson. These plants have withstood 23F in our yard undamaged. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe affinis 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is from Mpumalanga Province of South Africa and Swaziland. The leaves tend to be broad and medium green with prominent brown lines running their length. What is really nice about this species are the flowers, which are bright red and borne in early winter in Tucson. These plants have withstood 23F in our yard undamaged. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe affinis 8-inch pots$20.00
This species is from Mpumalanga Province of South Africa and Swaziland. The leaves tend to be broad and medium green with prominent brown lines running their length. What is really nice about this species are the flowers, which are bright red and borne in early winter in Tucson. These plants have withstood 23F in our yard undamaged. These plants are seedlings in 8-inch pots.
Aloe affinis one-gallon pots$12.00
This species is from Mpumalanga Province of South Africa and Swaziland. The leaves tend to be broad and medium green with prominent brown lines running their length. What is really nice about this species are the flowers, which are bright red and borne in early winter in Tucson. These plants have withstood 23F in our yard undamaged. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe africana 3-inch pots$7.00
Aloe africana is a small tree from the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. It‘s flowers are a beautiful yellow orange and are distinctively upturned. Moderately frost sensitive, we grow this plant in the ground in Tucson, where it was undamaged at 26F. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe africana 5-inch pots$11.00
Aloe africana is a small tree from the Eastern Cape Province of the Republic of South Africa. It?s flowers are a beautiful yellow orange and are distinctively upturned. Moderately frost sensitive, we grow this plant in the ground in Tucson, where it was undamaged at 26F. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe africana one-gallon pots$15.00
Aloe africana is a small tree from the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. It?s flowers are a beautiful yellow orange and are distinctively upturned. Moderately frost sensitive, we grow this plant in the ground in Tucson, where it was undamaged at 26F. These plants are 12- to 15-inches tall and are in one-gallon pots.
Aloe albida x saundersii 3-inch pots$6.00
A cross between the two dwarf species of A. albida and A. saundersii, both grass Aloes, this hybrid offsets freely and is floriferous with pale cream flowers produced in the fall. This cross was done at Arid Lands in the late eighties. We offer this hybrid in 3-inch pots.
Aloe albida x saundersii 4-inch pots$8.00
A cross between the two dwarf species of A. albida and A. saundersii, both grass Aloes, this hybrid offsets freely and is floriferous with pale cream flowers produced in the fall. This cross was done at Arid Lands in the late eighties. We offer this hybrid in 4-inch pots.
Aloe alfredii 5-inch pots$12.00
From Madagascar, this species is a shrub that branches from the base. The leaves are linear and gray-green in color with dull marginal teeth. The flowers are yellow with green stripes. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe alfredii one-gallon pots$15.00
From Madagascar, this species is a shrub that branches from the base. The leaves are linear and gray-green in color with dull marginal teeth. The flowers are yellow with green stripes. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe alooides 5-inch pots$10.00
Aloe alooides is a short-stemmed tree characterized by gracefully curving leaves. The leaves are green-red and tend to have a deep channel down the center, creating a very striking plant when it grows large. The flowers are yellow. We?ve grown this plant outside in pots for years, where it has taken temperatures of 18F with minimal leaf damage. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe alooides 8-inch pots$25.00
Aloe alooides is a short-stemmed tree characterized by gracefully curving leaves. The leaves are green-red and tend to have a deep channel down the center, creating a very striking plant when it grows large. The flowers are yellow. We‘ve grown this plant outside in pots for years, where it has taken temperatures of 18F with minimal leaf damage. These plants are seedlings in 8-inch pots.
Aloe alooides one-gallon pots$15.00
Aloe alooides is a short-stemmed tree characterized by gracefully curving leaves. The leaves are green-red and tend to have a deep channel down the center, creating a very striking plant when it grows large. The flowers are yellow. We?ve grown this plant outside in pots for years, where it has taken temperatures of 18F with minimal leaf damage. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe ambigens 4-inch pots$8.00
From Somalia, this shrubby species has thin, long and weak stems crowned by a rosette of blue-grey leaves. The flowers are produced in late fall and are red. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe ambigens 5-inch pots$10.00
From Somalia, this shrubby species has thin, long and weak stems crowned by a rosette of blue-grey leaves. The flowers are produced in late fall and are red. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe ambigens one-gallon pots$15.00
From Somalia, this shrubby species has thin, long and weak stems crowned by a rosette of blue-grey leaves. The flowers are produced in late fall and are red. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe amudatensis 4-inch pots$8.00
This species, from northern Kenya and Uganda, forms groups of suckering plants. This species differs from Aloe ellenbeckii by its more robust form, both in leaf and flower. We have this species growing in the ground in protected sites in Tucson. These plants are in 4-inch pots.
Aloe amudatensis 5-inch pots$10.00
This species, from northern Kenya and Uganda, forms groups of suckering plants. This species differs from Aloe ellenbeckii by its more robust form, both in leaf and flower. We have this species growing in the ground in protected sites in Tucson. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe amudatensis one-gallon pots$15.00
This species, from northern Kenya and Uganda, forms groups of suckering plants. This species differs from Aloe ellenbeckii by its more robust form, both in leaf and flower. We have this species growing in the ground in protected sites in Tucson. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe andongensis var. andongensis 10-inch pots$35.00
This shrubby species is from Angola. It prolifically offsets, producing relatively weak branches that can lay on the ground or hang, and the leaves are light green and lanceolate, with the undersides dotted with numerous white spots. The flowers are capitate and range from orange to red. These plants are rooted offsets in 10-inch pots.
Aloe andongensis var. andongensis 5-inch pots$11.00
This shrubby species is from Angola. It prolifically offsets, producing relatively weak branches that can lay on the ground or hang, and the leaves are light green and lanceolate, with the undersides dotted with numerous white spots. The flowers are capitate and range from orange to red. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe andongensis var. andongensis one-gallon pots$15.00
This shrubby species is from Angola. It prolifically offsets, producing relatively weak branches that can lay on the ground or hang, and the leaves are light green and lanceolate, with the undersides dotted with numerous white spots. The flowers range from orange to red. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe andongensis var. repens 4-inch pots$8.00
This shrubby species is from Angola. It prolifically offsets, producing relatively weak branches that can lay on the ground or hang, and the leaves are gray- green and lanceolate, with the undersides dotted with numerous white spots. The flowers are capitate and range from orange to red. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe andongensis var. repens 5-inch pots$11.00
This shrubby species is from Angola. It prolifically offsets, producing relatively weak branches that can lay on the ground or hang, and the leaves are gray-green and lanceolate, with the undersides dotted with numerous white spots. The flowers are capitate and range from orange to red. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe andongensis var. repens one-gallon pots$15.00
This shrubby species is from Angola. It prolifically offsets, producing relatively weak branches that can lay on the ground or hang, and the leaves are gray-green and lanceolate, with the undersides dotted with numerous white spots. The flowers are capitate and range from orange to red. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe arborescens (spineless) one-gallon pots$20.00
Aloe arborescens is one of the common species from South Africa that extends northwards into Mozambique and Zimbabwe. The leaves are light green with a glossy appearance and bear no marginal spines. The flowers are red and borne in a dense simple inflorescence. This plant tends to prefer coastal, moderate environments, but we‘ve grown it in Tucson for many years where it has taken the low 20sF with little or no damage. The plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe arborescens (yellow flowers) 3-inch pots$6.00
Aloe arborescens is one of the common species from South Africa that extends northwards into Mozambique and Zimbabwe. The leaves are light green with a glossy appearance and regularly spaced blunt spines. The flowers are yellow, which is unusual for this species, and are borne in a dense simple inflorescence. The plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe arborescens (yellow flowers) 4-inch pots$8.00
Aloe arborescens is one of the common species from South Africa that extends northwards into Mozambique and Zimbabwe. The leaves are light green with a glossy appearance and regularly spaced blunt spines. The flowers are yellow, which is unusual for this species, and are borne in a dense simple inflorescence. The plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe arborescens (yellow flowers) 5-inch pots$10.00
Aloe arborescens is one of the common species from South Africa that extends northwards into Mozambique and Zimbabwe. The leaves are light green with a glossy appearance and regularly spaced blunt spines. The flowers are yellow, which is unusual for this species, and are borne in a dense simple inflorescence. The plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe arborescens (yellow flowers) one-gallon pots$15.00
Aloe arborescens is one of the common species from South Africa that extends northwards into Mozambique and Zimbabwe. The leaves are light green with a glossy appearance and regularly spaced blunt spines. The flowers are yellow, which is unusual for this species, and are borne in a dense simple inflorescence. The plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe arborescens 5-inch pots$10.00
Aloe arborescens is one of the common species from South Africa that extends northwards into Mozambique and Zimbabwe. The leaves are light green with a glossy appearance and regularly spaced blunt spines. The flowers are red and borne in a dense simple inflorescence. This plant tends to prefer coastal, moderate environments, but we?ve grown it in Tucson for many years where it has taken the low 20sF with little or no damage. The plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe arborescens one-gallon pots$15.00
Aloe arborescens is one of the common species from South Africa that extends northwards into Mozambique and Zimbabwe. The leaves are light green with a glossy appearance and regularly spaced blunt spines. The flowers are red and borne in a dense simple inflorescence. This plant tends to prefer coastal, moderate environments, but we?ve grown it in Tucson for many years where it has taken the low 20sF with little or no damage. The plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe aristata 4-inch pots$8.00
This species is widely distributed in central South Africa, extending into Lesotho, where we‘ve seen it growing in places known to get to less than 0F. A beautiful, dwarf aloe, this species slowly clumps to form small clusters of plants that resemble A. haworthioides on steroids. The flowers are typically orange to dull red. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe bakeri 4-inch pots$8.00
It really does exist! Aloe bakeri is from Madagascar, and it is listed as a CITES level 1 species for reasons beyond comprehension. Easily propagated from cuttings, it has thin stems and lanceolate-linear leaves that are very graceful. The flowers are red-orange blending to white at the mouth. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe bakeri 5-inch pots$10.00
It really does exist! Aloe bakeri is from Madagascar, and it is listed as a CITES level 1 species for reasons beyond comprehension. Easily propagated from cuttings, it has thin stems and lanceolate-linear leaves that are very graceful. The flowers are red-orange blending to white at the mouth. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe bakeri one-gallon pots$15.00
It really does exist! Aloe bakeri is from Madagascar, and it is listed as a CITES level 1 species for reasons beyond comprehension. Easily propagated from cuttings, it has thin stems and lanceolate-linear leaves that are very graceful. The flowers are red-orange blending to white at the mouth. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe barberae one-gallon pots$15.00
Previously known as Aloe bainesii, this tree Aloe can grow to 50-feet high on the east coast of South Africa. Aloe barberae forms a thick trunk with many branches, and it has leaves that are recurved and deeply channeled with minute white teeth on the margins. We have a plant outside in a protected spot in Tucson. We are offering this species in one-gallon pots.
Aloe bellatula 3-inch pots$6.00
This miniature Aloe, from Madagascar, is one of our favorites. A grass Aloe, bellatula means "little beautiful," which is apt for this clump former. We‘ve grown this outside in Tucson for more than 10 years under a shrub; even during freezes, it produces prolific red flower panicles in early winter. These plants are in 3-inch pots.
Aloe bellatula 4-inch pots$8.00
This miniature Aloe, from Madagascar, is one of our favorites. A grass Aloe, bellatula means "little beautiful," which is apt for this clump former. We‘ve grown this outside in Tucson for more than 10 years under a shrub; even during freezes, it produces prolific red flower panicles in early winter. These plants are in 4-inch pots.
Aloe bellatula 5-inch pots$10.00
This miniature Aloe, from Madagascar, is one of our favorites. A grass Aloe, bellatula means "little beautiful," which is apt for this clump former. We‘ve grown this outside in Tucson for more than 10 years under a shrub; even during freezes, it produces prolific red flower panicles in early winter. These plants are in 5-inch pots.
Aloe berevoana 5-inch pots$12.00
From Madagascar, this shrubby Aloe prolifically offsets. The leaves are a light green color and lanceolate with acute tips. The rather sparse inflorescence has dark red flowers. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe berevoana one-gallon pots$18.00
From Madagascar, this shrubby Aloe prolifically offsets. The leaves are a light green color and lanceolate with acute tips. The rather sparse inflorescence has dark red flowers. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe boiteaui 3-inch pots$15.00
This species is from southeastern Madagascar. This small species, which offsets, has narrow and long, glossy-green leaves in its rosette. The flowers are reddish-orange. These plants are rooted offsets in 3-inch pots.
Aloe boiteaui 4-inch pots$18.00
This species is from southeastern Madagascar. This small species, which offsets, has narrow and long, glossy-green leaves in its rosette. The flowers are reddish-orange. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe bosseri 5-inch pots$12.00
Aloe bosseri is from west central Madagascar. Related to A. viguieri, it has light-green leaves that are relatively long. The flowers are red-orange with greenish-yellow lips. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe bosseri 5-inch pots$12.00
Aloe bosseri is from west central Madagascar. Related to A. viguieri, it has light-green leaves that are relatively long. The flowers are red-orange with greenish-yellow lips. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe bosseri one-gallon pots$15.00
Aloe bosseri is from west central Madagascar. Related to A. viguieri, it has light-green leaves that are relatively long. The flowers are red-orange with greenish-yellow lips. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe bowiea 4-inch pots$8.00
Is it a grass Aloe or a dwarf Aloe? At the very least, it is a transition between the two. Aloe bowiea is from the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa; our plants came from material originally collected between Uitenhage and Coega. The bulbous rosette prolifically offsets in cultivation, producing thin, Haworthia arachnoidea like leaves. The flowers are tiny and an uninspiring green-white, and they are produced in the summer and fall. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe boylei 3-inch pots$6.00
This little grass Aloe is from the eastern and northeastern parts of South Africa. It has a small rosette of lanceolate leaves that can offset, forming small clumps with time. The flowers are light pink with green tips. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe boylei 4-inch pots$8.00
This little grass Aloe is from the eastern and northeastern parts of South Africa. It has a small rosette of lanceolate leaves that can offset, forming small clumps with time. The flowers are light pink with green tips. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe boylei 5-inch pots$10.00
This little grass Aloe is from the eastern and northeastern parts of South Africa. It has a small rosette of lanceolate leaves that can offset, forming small clumps with time. The flowers are light pink with green tips. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe boylei one-gallon pots$15.00
This little grass Aloe is from the eastern and northeastern parts of South Africa. It has a small rosette of lanceolate leaves that can offset, forming small clumps with time. The flowers are light pink with green tips. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe branddraaiensis 4-inch pots$8.00
This plant, from Mpumalanga Province of the Republic of South Africa, forms a simple rosette bearing light green leaves spotted and marked with white striations. The red flowers are borne in a capitate raceme on a multibranched inflorescence. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe branddraaiensis 5-inch pots$10.00
This plant, from Mpumalanga Province of the Republic of South Africa, forms a simple rosette bearing light green leaves spotted and marked with white striations. The red flowers are borne in a capitate raceme on a multibranched inflorescence. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe branddraaiensis one-gallon pots$15.00
This plant, from Mpumalanga Province of South Africa, forms a simple rosette bearing light green leaves spotted and marked with white striations. The red flowers are borne in a capitate raceme on a multibranched inflorescence. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe brandhamii 5-inch pots$11.00
This member of the Aloe secundiflora complex is from Tanzania. These sparsely offsetting plants have glossy, olive-green leaves with strong black marginal teeth, and A. brandhamii is larger in all rosette dimensions than A. secundiflora. The flowers are not secund, are red, and are held in tall, multibranched inflorescences. These plants are r seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe brandhamii one-gallon pots$15.00
This member of the Aloe secundiflora complex is from Tanzania. These sparsely offsetting plants have glossy, olive-green leaves with strong black marginal teeth, and A. brandhamii is larger in all rosette dimensions than A. secundiflora. The flowers are not secund, are red, and are held in tall, multibranched inflorescences. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe brevifolia (variegated) 5-inch pots$15.00
This Aloe species is from the Western Cape Province of South Africa, particularly in the southern coastal region that has a winter-rainfall regime. The leaves have a variety of shapes and spination but are grey-green. The species is proliferous, eventually forming a cluster of rosettes, and the flowers are various shades of red. These plants are variegated with white and yellow stripes. We offer seedlings of this species in 5-inch pots.
Aloe brevifolia (variegated) 8-inch pots$30.00
This Aloe species is from the Western Cape Province of South Africa, particularly in the southern coastal region that has a winter-rainfall regime. The leaves have a variety of shapes and spination but are grey-green. The species is proliferous, eventually forming a cluster of rosettes, and the flowers are various shades of red. These plants are variegated with white and yellow stripes. We offer seedlings of this species in 8-inch pots.
Aloe brevifolia var. brevifolia 3-inch pots$6.00
This Aloe species is from the Western Cape Province of South Africa, particularly in the southern coastal region that has a winter-rainfall regime. The leaves have a variety of shapes and spination but are grey-green. The species is proliferous, eventually forming a cluster of rosettes, and the flowers are various shades of red. We grow this species in the ground in Tucson, where it is reasonably frost hardy. We offer seedlings of this species in 3-inch pots.
Aloe brevifolia var. brevifolia 4-inch pots$8.00
This Aloe species is from the Western Cape Province of South Africa, particularly in the southern coastal region that has a winter-rainfall regime. The leaves have a variety of shapes and spination but are grey-green. The species is proliferous, eventually forming a cluster of rosettes, and the flowers are various shades of red. We grow this species in the ground in Tucson, where it is reasonably frost hardy. We offer seedlings of this species in 4-inch pots.
Aloe brevifolia var. brevifolia 5-inch pots$10.00
This Aloe species is from the Western Cape Province of South Africa, particularly in the southern coastal region that has a winter-rainfall regime. The leaves have a variety of shapes and spination but are grey-green. The species is proliferous, eventually forming a cluster of rosettes, and the flowers are various shades of red. We grow this species in the ground in Tucson, where it is reasonably frost hardy. We offer seedlings of this species in 5-inch pots.
Aloe brevifolia var. brevifolia one-gallon pots$18.00
This Aloe species is from the Western Cape Province of South Africa, particularly in the southern coastal region that has a winter-rainfall regime. The leaves have a variety of shapes and spination but are grey-green. The species is proliferous, eventually forming a cluster of rosettes, and the flowers are various shades of red. We grow this species in the ground in Tucson, where it is reasonably frost hardy. We offer seedlings of this species in one-gallon pots.
Aloe brevifolia var. depressa 5-inch pots$11.00
This Aloe species is from the Western Cape Province of South Africa, particularly in the southern coastal region that has a winter-rainfall regime. This variety has fewer spines and larger rosette than the typical species. The leaves have a variety of shapes and spination but are grey-green. The species is proliferous, eventually forming a cluster of rosettes, and the flowers are various shades of red. We grow this species in the ground in Tucson, where it is reasonably frost hardy. We offer rooted offsets of this species in 5-inch pots.
Aloe brevifolia var. depressa 8-inch pots$18.00
This Aloe species is from the Western Cape Province of South Africa, particularly in the southern coastal region that has a winter-rainfall regime. This variety has fewer spines and larger rosette than the typical species. The leaves have a variety of shapes and spination but are grey-green. The species is proliferous, eventually forming a cluster of rosettes, and the flowers are various shades of red. We grow this species in the ground in Tucson, where it is reasonably frost hardy. We offer rooted offsets of this species in 8-inch pots.
Aloe brevifolia var. depressa one-gallon pots$15.00
This Aloe species is from the Western Cape Province of South Africa, particularly in the southern coastal region that has a winter-rainfall regime. This variety has fewer spines and larger rosette than the typical species. The leaves have a variety of shapes and spination but are grey-green. The species is proliferous, eventually forming a cluster of rosettes, and the flowers are various shades of red. We grow this species in the ground in Tucson, where it is reasonably frost hardy. We offer this species in one-gallon pots.
Aloe broomii 3-inch pots$7.00
This species is wide ranging from western South Africa into Lesotho, although the it mostly occurs in the Great Karoo. Generally solitary, this is a relatively large species that forms a very dense, medium- to dark-green rosette of unspotted leaves. The marginal are small, black, and somewhat flexible. The flowers are pale yellow to light green. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe broomii 4-inch pots$9.00
This species is wide ranging from western South Africa into Lesotho, although the it mostly occurs in the Great Karoo. Generally solitary, this is a relatively large species that forms a very dense, medium- to dark-green rosette of unspotted leaves. The marginal are small, black, and somewhat flexible. The flowers are pale yellow to light green. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe broomii 5-inch pots$11.00
This species is wide ranging from western South Africa into Lesotho, although the it mostly occurs in the Great Karoo. Generally solitary, this is a relatively large species that forms a very dense, medium- to dark-green rosette of unspotted leaves. The marginal are small, black, and somewhat flexible. The flowers are pale yellow to light green. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe broomii one-gallon pots$15.00
This species is wide ranging from western South Africa into Lesotho, although the it mostly occurs in the Great Karoo. Generally solitary, this is a relatively large species that forms a very dense, medium- to dark-green rosette of unspotted leaves. The marginal are small, black, and somewhat flexible. The flowers are pale yellow to light green. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe broomii var. tarkaensis 3-inch pots$6.00
This species is wide ranging from western South Africa into Lesotho, although the it mostly occurs in the Great Karoo. Generally solitary, this is a relatively large species that forms a very dense, medium- to dark-green rosette of unspotted leaves. The marginal are small, black, and somewhat flexible. Subspecies tarkaensis occurs farther east in the Eastern Cape Province from the typical species, has much larger leaves and rosettes, and has flowers that are yellow-orange. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe broomii var. tarkaensis 4-inch pots$8.00
This species is wide ranging from western South Africa into Lesotho, although the it mostly occurs in the Great Karoo. Generally solitary, this is a relatively large species that forms a very dense, medium- to dark-green rosette of unspotted leaves. The marginal are small, black, and somewhat flexible. Subspecies tarkaensis occurs farther east in the Eastern Cape Province from the typical species, has much larger leaves and rosettes, and has flowers that are yellow-orange. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe broomii var. tarkaensis 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is wide ranging from western South Africa into Lesotho, although the it mostly occurs in the Great Karoo. Generally solitary, this is a relatively large species that forms a very dense, medium- to dark-green rosette of unspotted leaves. The marginal are small, black, and somewhat flexible. Subspecies tarkaensis occurs farther east in the Eastern Cape Province from the typical species, has much larger leaves and rosettes, and has flowers that are yellow-orange. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe buchananii 3-inch pots$6.00
This grass aloe comes from Tanzania and Malawi. The leaves are light green with substantial white spotting. The flowers are pink to red and held in a relatively large inflorescence. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe buchananii 4-inch pots$10.00
This grass aloe comes from Tanzania and Malawi. The leaves are light green with substantial white spotting. The flowers are pink to red and held in a relatively large inflorescence. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe buhrii 5-inch pots$11.00
Related to Aloe striata, this is the "psychedelic" Aloe from the Northern Cape Province of South Africa. The leaves have a wide variety of pastel colors. The flowers are yellow orange. This beautiful species is reasonably frost hardy. We offer this species in 5-inch pots.
Aloe buhrii one-gallon pots$15.00
Related to Aloe striata, this is the "psychedelic" Aloe from the Northern Cape Province of South Africa. The leaves have a wide variety of pastel colors. The flowers are yellow orange. This beautiful species is reasonably frost hardy. We offer this species in one-gallon pots.
Aloe bukobana (Niensi, Tanzania) 8-inch pots$40.00
From material collected near Niensi, Tanzania (Roberts 108), this species is more common westward towards Rwanda and Uganda. These plants produce rosettes with dark –green, spotted leaves that slowly offset. The flower color is red, and the inflorescence is quite short. These plants are rooted offsets in 8-inch pots.
Aloe bulbilifera var. bulbilifera 4-inch pots$8.00
This species from Madagascar is known primarily for its bulbil production on the racemes. The leaves are green with relatively small and inconspicuous teeth on the margins. The flowers are red and quite pretty. Our plants grown outside have taken minimal damage at 20F and major damage at 18F. These plants are established bulbils in 4-inch pots.
Aloe bulbilifera var. bulbilifera 5-inch pots$10.00
This species from Madagascar is known primarily for its bulbil production on the racemes. The leaves are green with relatively small and inconspicuous teeth on the margins. The flowers are red and quite pretty. Our plants grown outside have taken minimal damage at 20F and major damage at 18F. These plants are established bulbils in 5-inch pots.
Aloe bulbilifera var. bulbilifera 8-inch pots$25.00
This species from Madagascar is known primarily for its bulbil production on the racemes. The leaves are green with relatively small and inconspicuous teeth on the margins. The flowers are red and quite pretty. Our plants grown outside have taken minimal damage at 20F and major damage at 18F. These plants are established bulbils in 8-inch pots.
Aloe bulbilifera var. bulbilifera one-gallon pots$14.00
This species from Madagascar is known primarily for its bulbil production on the racemes. The leaves are green with relatively small and inconspicuous teeth on the margins. The flowers are red and quite pretty. Our plants grown outside have taken minimal damage at 20F and major damage at 18F. These plants are established bulbils in one-gallon pots.
Aloe burgersfortensis 4-inch pots$8.00
Originally found near the town of Burgersfort, in Mpumalanga Province, Republic of South Africa, this spotted Aloe forms small groups. The leaves are white spotted on a green-gray background, and the flowers are multicolored with mostly red tubes with white striping. This plant is hardy in Tucson, taking little leaf damage at 23F. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe burgersfortensis 5-inch pots$10.00
Originally found near the town of Burgersfort, in Mpumalanga Province, Republic of South Africa, this spotted Aloe forms small groups. The leaves are white spotted on a green-gray background, and the flowers are multicolored with mostly red tubes with white striping. This plant is hardy in Tucson, taking little leaf damage at 23F. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe burgersfortensis one-gallon pots$12.00
Originally found near the town of Burgersfort, in Mpumalanga Province, Republic of South Africa, this spotted Aloe forms small groups. The leaves are white spotted on a green-gray background, and the flowers are multicolored with mostly red tubes with white striping. This plant is hardy in Tucson, taking little leaf damage at 23F. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe bussei 5-inch pots$11.00
This offsetting species is from central Tanzania. The leaves are immaculate, brown and quite distinctive most of the year but turning greenish brown when growing in the summer. The flowers are red and held on a short inflorescence. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe bussei one-gallon pots$15.00
This offsetting species is from central Tanzania. The leaves are immaculate, brown and quite distinctive most of the year but turning greenish brown when growing in the summer. The flowers are red and held on a short inflorescence. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe bussei one-gallon pots$25.00
This offsetting species is from central Tanzania. The leaves are immaculate, brown and quite distinctive most of the year but turning greenish brown when growing in the summer. The flowers are red and held on a short inflorescence. These plants are seedlings in 8-inch pots.
Aloe butiabana 3-inch pots$6.00
From near Lake Albert in western Uganda, this species is very similar to Aloe lolwensis, which occurs much farther south. Among other differences, the rosettes are more robust and the inflorescences are taller and more branched than A. lolwensis. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe butiabana 4-inch pots$8.00
From near Lake Albert in western Uganda, this species is very similar to Aloe lolwensis, which occurs much farther south. Among other differences, the rosettes are more robust and the inflorescences are taller and more branched than A. lolwensis. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe cameronii var. cameronii one-gallon pots$15.00
From Malawi and Mozambique, this shrubby aloe has light green leaves that gain a reddish-copper glow when stressed or in high light conditions. This beautiful plant prolifically offsets, producing simple, unbranched stems with narrow leaves, and the flowers are bright red held in an inflorescence a little less than a foot long. This is a highly variable species. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe camperi (red) 3-inch pots$7.00
From Ethiopia and Eritrea, this prolific clumping species has succulent, lance-like leaves speckled with white on the undersides. The red, broad spines are a distinctive feature of this species. This form has red flowers and tends to be more upright than the yellow version. These plants have taken 18F low temperatures in Tucson. These plants are rooted offsets in 3-inch pots.
Aloe camperi (red) 4-inch pots$9.00
From Ethiopia and Eritrea, this prolific clumping species has succulent, lance-like leaves speckled with white on the undersides. The red, broad spines are a distinctive feature of this species. This form has red flowers and tends to be more upright than the yellow version. These plants have taken 18F low temperatures in Tucson. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe camperi (red) one-gallon pots$15.00
From Ethiopia and Eritrea, this prolific clumping species has succulent, lance-like leaves speckled with white on the undersides. The red, broad spines are a distinctive feature of this species. This form has red flowers and tends to be more upright than the yellow version. These plants have taken 18F low temperatures in Tucson. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe canarina one-gallon pots$15.00
From Sudan and Uganda, this medium-large caulescent species has gray-green leaves with a red blush. Eventually, the species will offset to form clumps. The flowers are yellow. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe capitata var. capitata 4-inch pots$10.00
From Madagascar, this species forms a simple rosette and typically grows in the shade. It has dark blue-green leaves with scattered tubercles on the lower side. The flowers are orange-yellow. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe capitata var. capitata 5-inch pots$12.00
From Madagascar, this species forms a simple rosette and typically grows in the shade. It has dark blue-green leaves with scattered tubercles on the lower side. The flowers are orange-yellow. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe capitata var. capitata one-gallon pots$15.00
From Madagascar, this species forms a simple rosette and typically grows in the shade. It has dark blue-green leaves with scattered tubercles on the lower side. The flowers are orange-yellow. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe capitata var. quartziticola 3-inch pots$6.00
From Madagascar, this species obviously grows mainly on quartzite. That is unlikely to affect its cultivation, however, and it differs from the typical Aloe capitata with the dark blue-green leaves that are quite fleshy and bearing tubercles on the lower side. The flowers are orange-red. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe capmanambatoensis 3-inch pots$8.00
From Madagascar, this is a dwarf spotted species with near-linear leaves. We previously offered this as Aloe guillaumettii. The leaves are green but develop a red hue when exposed to bright sunlight. The flowers range from red to green across the petals and are borne on a simple, cylindrical inflorescence. These plants are rooted offsets in 3-inch pots.
Aloe capmanambatoensis 4-inch pots$10.00
From Madagascar, this is a dwarf spotted species with near-linear leaves. We previously offered this as Aloe guillaumettii. The leaves are green but develop a red hue when exposed to bright sunlight. The flowers range from red to green across the petals and are borne on a simple, cylindrical inflorescence. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe capmanambatoensis 5-inch pots$12.00
From Madagascar, this is a dwarf spotted species with near-linear leaves. We previously offered this as Aloe guillaumettii. The leaves are green but develop a red hue when exposed to bright sunlight. The flowers range from red to green across the petals and are borne on a simple, cylindrical inflorescence. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe castanea (Ohrigstad, RSA) 4-inch pots$8.00
From the northeastern provinces of South Africa, this species is generally solitary with large rosettes on short stems. These plants are propagated from material originally collected near Ohrigstad, South Africa. The leaves are light green and are not spotted, and the margin tends to be dark red-brown with minimal spines. The inflorescence is spectacular, up to 3-4 feet long, with red-brown flowers that feature strongly exserted stamens. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe castanea (Ohrigstad, RSA) 5-inch pots$10.00
From the northeastern provinces of South Africa, this species is generally solitary with large rosettes on short stems. These plants are propagated from material originally collected near Ohrigstad, South Africa. The leaves are light green and are not spotted, and the margin tends to be dark red-brown with minimal spines. The inflorescence is spectacular, up to 3-4 feet long, with red-brown flowers that feature strongly exserted stamens. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe castanea 3-inch pots$6.00
From the northeastern provinces of South Africa, this species is generally solitary with large rosettes on short stems. The leaves are light green and are not spotted, and the margin tends to be dark red-brown with minimal spines. The inflorescence is spectacular, up to 3-4 feet long, with red-brown flowers that feature strongly exserted stamens. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe castanea 4-inch pots$8.00
From the northeastern provinces of South Africa, this species is generally solitary with large rosettes on short stems. The leaves are light green and are not spotted, and the margin tends to be dark red-brown with minimal spines. The inflorescence is spectacular, up to 3-4 feet long, with red-brown flowers that feature strongly exserted stamens. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe castanea 5-inch pots$10.00
From the northeastern provinces of South Africa, this species is generally solitary with large rosettes on short stems. The leaves are light green and are not spotted, and the margin tends to be dark red-brown with minimal spines. The inflorescence is spectacular, up to 3-4 feet long, with red-brown flowers that feature strongly exserted stamens. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe castanea one-gallon pots$15.00
From the northeastern provinces of South Africa, this species is generally solitary with large rosettes on short stems. The leaves are light green and are not spotted, and the margin tends to be dark red-brown with minimal spines. The inflorescence is spectacular, up to 3-4 feet long, with red-brown flowers that feature strongly exserted stamens. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe castellorum 3-inch pots$6.00
From Saudi Arabia and Yemen, this beautiful, solitary Aloe with a yellow-green cast is heavily spotted when young and becomes immaculate with age. The flowers are lemon yellow and occur in August-September in Tucson. Our plants grow outside where they have withstood 23F with no damage. Our plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe castellorum 4-inch pots$8.00
From Saudi Arabia and Yemen, this beautiful, solitary Aloe with a yellow-green cast is heavily spotted when young and becomes immaculate with age. The flowers are lemon yellow and occur in August-September in Tucson. Our plants grow outside where they have withstood 23F with no damage. Our plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe castellorum 5-inch pots$10.00
From Saudi Arabia and Yemen, this beautiful, solitary Aloe with a yellow-green cast is heavily spotted when young and becomes immaculate with age. The flowers are lemon yellow and occur in August-September in Tucson. Our plants grow outside where they have withstood 23F with no damage. Our plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe chabaudii var. chabaudii (Matopos form) 3-inch pots$6.00
This is a widely distributed aloe, ranging from Tanzania down to South Africa. The Matopos form is from the vicinity of Matopos National Park in Zimbabwe. The leaves tend to be more blue-green than the typical form. The flowers are a dull red. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe chabaudii var. chabaudii (Matopos form) 4-inch pots$8.00
This is a widely distributed aloe, ranging from Tanzania down to South Africa. The Matopos form is from the vicinity of Matopos National Park in Zimbabwe. The leaves tend to be more blue-green than the typical form. The flowers are a dull red. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe chabaudii var. chabaudii (Matopos form) 5-inch pots$10.00
This is a widely distributed aloe, ranging from Tanzania down to South Africa. The Matopos form is from the vicinity of Matopos National Park in Zimbabwe. The leaves tend to be more blue-green than the typical form. The flowers are a dull red. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe chabaudii var. chabaudii 3-gallon pots$30.00
This is a widely distributed aloe, ranging from Tanzania down to South Africa. It also is highly variable, and the different forms have different characteristics. This version has gray-green leaves and forms large clumps. The flowers are a dull red. These plants are seedlings in 3-gallon pots.
Aloe chabaudii var. chabaudii 4-inch pots$8.00
This is a widely distributed aloe, ranging from Tanzania down to South Africa. It also is highly variable, and the different forms have different characteristics. This version has gray-green leaves and forms large clumps. The flowers are a dull red. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe chabaudii var. chabaudii 5-inch pots$10.00
This is a widely distributed aloe, ranging from Tanzania down to South Africa. It also is highly variable, and the different forms have different characteristics. This version has gray-green leaves and forms large clumps. The flowers are a dull red. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe chabaudii var. chabaudii 8-inch pots$20.00
This is a widely distributed aloe, ranging from Tanzania down to South Africa. It also is highly variable, and the different forms have different characteristics. This version has gray-green leaves and forms large clumps. The flowers are a dull red. These plants are seedlings in 8-inch pots.
Aloe chabaudii var. chabaudii one-gallon pots$15.00
This is a widely distributed aloe, ranging from Tanzania down to South Africa. It also is highly variable, and the different forms have different characteristics. This version has gray-green leaves and forms large clumps. The flowers are a dull red. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe cheranganiensis one-gallon pots$15.00
From Kenya and Uganda, this shrubby species grows into dense stands that branch from the ground. The fleshy, narrow leaves are a light green and spotted with white, and the flowers are orange-yellow. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe ciliaris var. ciliaris 2-gallon pots$25.00
Aloe ciliaris grows in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, particularly in areas with higher rainfall. It is a sprawling plant that does best when supported on vegetation or taped to stakes. The flowers are red and conspicuous. It can take light frost, which it experiences in habitat, but will take major stem damage in the low 20s. This is the real species, not the more commonly available hybrid. These plants are rooted cuttings in 2-gallon pots.
Aloe ciliaris var. ciliaris 5-inch pots$10.00
Aloe ciliaris grows in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, particularly in areas with higher rainfall. It is a sprawling plant that does best when supported on vegetation or taped to stakes. The flowers are red and conspicuous. It can take light frost, which it experiences in habitat, but will take major stem damage in the low 20s. This is the real species, not the more commonly available hybrid. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe ciliaris var. ciliaris one-gallon pots$15.00
Aloe ciliaris grows in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, particularly in areas with higher rainfall. It is a sprawling plant that does best when supported on vegetation or taped to stakes. The flowers are red and conspicuous. It can take light frost, which it experiences in habitat, but will take major stem damage in the low 20s. This is the real species, not the more commonly available hybrid. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe ciliaris var. tidmarshii 5-inch pots$10.00
Aloe ciliaris grows in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, particularly in areas with higher rainfall. It is a sprawling plant that does best when supported on vegetation or taped to stakes. These plants differ from the typical species by narrower leaves with less conspicuous frills on the sheaths. The flowers are red and conspicuous. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe ciliaris var. tidmarshii 8-inch pots$20.00
Aloe ciliaris grows in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, particularly in areas with higher rainfall. It is a sprawling plant that does best when supported on vegetation or taped to stakes. These plants differ from the typical species by narrower leaves with less conspicuous frills on the sheaths. The flowers are red and conspicuous. These plants are rooted cuttings in 8-inch pots.
Aloe citrina 3-inch pots$7.00
This species is from north-central Kenya, Ethiopia, and Somalia. This maculate Aloe forms small clumps bearing glossy-green leaves. The flowers are yellow and finely tomentose. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe citrina 4-inch pots$9.00
This species is from north-central Kenya, Ethiopia, and Somalia. This maculate Aloe forms small clumps bearing glossy-green leaves. The flowers are yellow and finely tomentose. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe citrina 5-inch pots$11.00
This species is from north-central Kenya, Ethiopia, and Somalia. This maculate Aloe forms small clumps bearing glossy-green leaves. The flowers are yellow and finely tomentose. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe citrina one-gallon pots$15.00
This species is from north-central Kenya, Ethiopia, and Somalia. This maculate Aloe forms small clumps bearing glossy-green leaves. The flowers are yellow and finely tomentose. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe comosa 3-inch pots$7.00
This tree aloe is found on certain hillsides in the Western Cape Province winter-rainfall area. With its beautiful blue-gray streaked leaves, it is a very beautiful species. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe comosa 4-inch pots$9.00
This tree aloe is found on certain hillsides in the Western Cape Province winter-rainfall area. With its beautiful blue-gray streaked leaves, it is a very beautiful species. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe comosa 5-inch pots$11.00
This tree aloe is found on certain hillsides in the Western Cape Province winter-rainfall area. With its beautiful blue-gray streaked leaves, it is a very beautiful species. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe comosa one-gallon pots$15.00
This tree aloe is found on certain hillsides in the Western Cape Province winter-rainfall area. With its beautiful blue-gray streaked leaves, it is a very beautiful species. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe comptonii 5-inch pots$11.00
Aloe comptonii comes from the Western Cape Province of South Africa, where it commonly hangs from cliffs. Related to Aloe mitriformis and A. distans, A. comptonii can take more summer rainfall and therefore is a bit harder than those other two, which come from arid, winter-rainfall areas. This species has brilliant red flowers that bloom in early spring. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe comptonii one-gallon pots$15.00
Aloe comptonii comes from the Western Cape Province of South Africa, where it commonly hangs from cliffs. Related to Aloe mitriformis and A. distans, A. comptonii can take more summer rainfall and therefore is a bit harder than those other two, which come from arid, winter-rainfall areas. This species has brilliant red flowers that bloom in early spring. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe confusa 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is from Kenya and Tanzania, where it forms large shrubby masses of plant. Because there are a number of species that roughly look like this one, it has earned its name, but it tends to be distinguished by its sap, which dries purple and makes it somewhat unique among this group of East African Aloes. The leaves are narrow, falcate, and gray-green with white spots. the flowers are yellow. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe confusa one-gallon pots$12.00
This species is from Kenya and Tanzania, where it forms large shrubby masses of plant. Because there are a number of species that roughly look like this one, it has earned its name, but it tends to be distinguished by its sap, which dries purple and makes it somewhat unique among this group of East African Aloes. The leaves are narrow, falcate, and gray-green with white spots. the flowers are yellow. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe congolensis 4-inch pots$8.00
Is it a species? a hybrid? No one knows for sure, but the name suggests it comes from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. This interesting plant has fleshy, deltoid, glossy-green leaves held on short branches. It offsets prolifically, and we have no idea what the flower color is since we?ve never seen that happen. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe congolensis 5-inch pots$10.00
Is it a species? a hybrid? No one knows for sure, but the name suggests it comes from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. This interesting plant has fleshy, deltoid, glossy-green leaves held on short branches. It offsets prolifically, and we have no idea what the flower color is since we?ve never seen that happen. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe congolensis one-gallon pots$12.00
Is it a species? a hybrid? No one knows for sure, but the name suggests it comes from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. This interesting plant has fleshy, deltoid, glossy-green leaves held on short branches. It offsets prolifically, and we have no idea what the flower color is since we've never seen that happen. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe cooperi 5-inch pots$12.00
This large grass Aloe, from Swaziland and the northern provinces of South Africa, has leaves up to 2-feet long with v-shaped cross section. The flowers are pale red at base to yellow at tip. This species is hardy outside in Tucson. We offering seedlings of this species in 5-inch pots.
Aloe cooperi one-gallon pots$15.00
This large grass Aloe, from Swaziland and the northern provinces of the Republic of South Africa, has leaves up to 2-feet long with v-shaped cross section. The flowers are pale red at base to yellow at tip. This species is hardy outside in Tucson. We offering seedlings of this species in one-gallon pots.
Aloe cremnophila one-gallon pots$15.00
As the name indicates, this is a cliff-hanging species, and it comes from Somalia. It forms proliferous clumps of rosettes that ultimately hang over pot edges. The inflorescence has a U-shape bend in it, and the flowers are scarlet. We've grown this species outside for years, where it has withstood neglect and 23F. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe cryptopoda hybrids 3-inch pots$6.00
You know, sometimes you just make mistakes. We had our Aloe cryptopoda plants flowering in late December, just when it seemed that nothing else in Aloeland was blooming, and the hummingbirds pollinated our plants. To our surprise, and a little disgust, we got a lot of hybrids! These plants bear varying degrees of difference from the true species, mostly in terms of grayer leaves and the appearance of spots on the leaves. We highly suspect that these plants are at least as hardy as the original plants, which have taken 20F with only leaf-edge damage. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe cryptopoda hybrids 4-inch pots$8.00
You know, sometimes you just make mistakes. We had our Aloe cryptopoda plants flowering in late December, just when it seemed that nothing else in Aloeland was blooming, and the hummingbirds pollinated our plants. To our surprise, and a little disgust, we got a lot of hybrids! These plants bear varying degrees of difference from the true species, mostly in terms of grayer leaves and the appearance of spots on the leaves. We highly suspect that these plants are at least as hardy as the original plants, which have taken 20F with only leaf-edge damage. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe cryptopoda hybrids 5-inch pots$11.00
You know, sometimes you just make mistakes. We had our Aloe cryptopoda plants flowering in late December, just when it seemed that nothing else in Aloeland was blooming, and the hummingbirds pollinated our plants. To our surprise, and a little disgust, we got a lot of hybrids! These plants bear varying degrees of difference from the true species, mostly in terms of grayer leaves and the appearance of spots on the leaves. We highly suspect that these plants are at least as hardy as the original plants, which have taken 20F with only leaf-edge damage. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Black Beauty‘ 5-inch pots$10.00
This extremely nice hybrid Aloe has lanceolate, sword-like leaves covered with black tubercles. This hybrid offsets slowly at our greenhouses. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Black Beauty‘ one-gallon pots$15.00
This extremely nice hybrid Aloe has lanceolate, sword-like leaves covered with black tubercles. This hybrid offsets slowly at our greenhouses. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe cv ‘Black Gem’ 3-inch pots$6.00
This extremely nice hybrid Aloe has lanceolate, sword-like leaves that are smooth and dark green. This hybrid offsets slowly at our greenhouses. These plants are rooted offsets in 3-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Black Gem’ 4-inch pots$8.00
This extremely nice hybrid Aloe has lanceolate, sword-like leaves that are smooth and dark green. This hybrid offsets slowly at our greenhouses. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Black Gem’ 5-inch pots$10.00
This extremely nice hybrid Aloe has lanceolate, sword-like leaves that are smooth and dark green. This hybrid offsets slowly at our greenhouses. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Blizzard’ 3-inch pots$6.00
This hybrid Aloe has deltoid leaves that are tuberculate and mostly white, hence the cultivar name. These plants are rooted offsets in 3-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Blizzard’ 4-inch pots$8.00
This hybrid Aloe has deltoid leaves that are tuberculate and mostly white, hence the cultivar name. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Blue Elf’ one-gallon pots$12.00
This Ed Hummel hybrid has long been in cultivation. This shrub prolifically offsets from the base, forming a dense plant. As the name suggests, the upright leaves have a strong blue cast. The flowers are red in color. We expect these plants to be hardy in Tucson landscapes. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe cv ‘Blue Hawaii’ 4-inch pots$10.00
This hybrid, developed by Nathan Wong, is based on A. rauhii. As the name suggests, the leaves have a strong blue cast with some streaks of pink-red coloration. The flowers are small and light red in color. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Blue Hawaii’ 5-inch pots$12.00
This hybrid, developed by Nathan Wong, is based on A. rauhii. As the name suggests, the leaves have a strong blue cast with some streaks of pink-red coloration. The flowers are small and light red in color. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Bright Ember' one-gallon pots$15.00
This is another in a long line of Kelly Griffin hybrid Aloes. This cultivar has the rather typical Aloe deltoideodonta form but features a pastel color scheme and raised tubercles on the leaves. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe cv ‘Bright Ember‘ 5-inch pots$10.00
This is another in a long line of Kelly Griffin hybrid Aloes. This cultivar has the rather typical Aloe deltoideodonta form but features a pastel color scheme and raised tubercles on the leaves. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Bright Ember‘ 8-inch pots$20.00
This is another in a long line of Kelly Griffin hybrid Aloes. This cultivar has the rather typical Aloe deltoideodonta form but features a pastel color scheme and raised tubercles on the leaves. These plants are rooted offsets in 8-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Christmas Carol‘ 4-inch pots$10.00
This is a recent Kelly Griffin hybrid that has dark blue-green leaves with many tubercles. The effect is a multi-colored, reddish-purple cast. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Coral Fire‘ one-gallon pots$18.00
This is yet another of the Kelly Griffin hybrids based on dwarf Madagascar species but manipulated for color and texture. The dark leaves, combined with the reddish spine margin, make for an attractive, compact hybrid. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe cv ‘Dapple Green‘ 3-inch pots$6.00
This nice little hybrid is one of many based on Aloe rauhii, including Doran Black and Lizard Lips. It has lightly variegated, mostly white leaves with green raised bumps. It makes a beautiful little addition to any Aloe collection, especially when it is in flower. These plants are rooted offsets in 3-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Dapple Green‘ 5-inch pots$10.00
This nice little hybrid is one of many based on Aloe rauhii, including Doran Black and Lizard Lips. It has lightly variegated, mostly white leaves with green raised bumps. It makes a beautiful little addition to any Aloe collection, especially when it is in flower. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘David Grigsby‘ 3-inch pots$6.00
This nice little hybrid is one of many based on Aloe descoingsii, and without flowers it looks like an overgrown version of variety augustina. It has lightly variegated, mostly white leaves with green raised bumps. Unlike A. descoingsii, the flowers are relatively large and red with orange lips. These plants are rooted offsets in 3-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Delta Lights‘ 4-inch pots$8.00
This is another in a long line of Kelly Griffin hybrid Aloes. This plant resembles both the Dapple Green and Doran Black hybrids but has much larger rosettes. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Delta Lights‘ 5-inch pots$10.00
This is another in a long line of Kelly Griffin hybrid Aloes. This plant resembles both the Dapple Green and Doran Black hybrids but has much larger rosettes. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Delta Lights‘ 8-inch pots$20.00
This is another in a long line of Kelly Griffin hybrid Aloes. This plant resembles both the Dapple Green and Doran Black hybrids but has much larger rosettes. These plants are rooted offsets in 8-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Delta Lights‘ one-gallon pots$15.00
This is another in a long line of Kelly Griffin hybrid Aloes. This plant resembles both the Dapple Green and Doran Black hybrids but has much larger rosettes. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe cv ‘Doran Black‘ 3-inch pots$6.00
This nice little hybrid from Dick Wright is not black but instead is a complex cross of aloes that include A. albiflora, A. bakeri, A. descoingsii, and A. juvenna. It has nicely variegated, light green leaves with raised bumps on them. It makes a beautiful little addition to any Aloe collection, especially when it is in flower. These plants are rooted offsets in 3-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Doran Black‘ 3-inch pots$6.00
This nice little hybrid from Dick Wright is not black but instead is a complex cross of aloes that include A. albiflora, A. bakeri, A. descoingsii, and A. juvenna. It has nicely variegated, light green leaves with raised bumps on them. It makes a beautiful little addition to any Aloe collection, especially when it is in flower. These plants are rooted offsets in 3-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Doran Black‘ 4-inch pots$8.00
This nice little hybrid from Dick Wright is not black but instead is a complex cross of aloes that include A. albiflora, A. bakeri, A. descoingsii, and A. juvenna. It has nicely variegated, light green leaves with raised bumps on them. It makes a beautiful little addition to any Aloe collection, especially when it is in flower. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Doran Black‘ 5-inch pots$10.00
This nice little hybrid from Dick Wright is not black but instead is a complex cross of aloes that include A. albiflora, A. bakeri, A. descoingsii, and A. juvenna. It has nicely variegated, light green leaves with raised bumps on them. It makes a beautiful little addition to any Aloe collection, especially when it is in flower. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Goliath‘ 3-gallon pots$30.00
This hybrid, which involves Aloe vaombe, A. barberae, and A. dichotoma, is a rather massive tree eventually, as the name suggests. The flowers are red and held on rather short inflorescences. These plants are seedling crosses between two of these hybrid trees in 3-gallon pots.
Aloe cv ‘Goliath‘ 3-inch pots$6.00
This hybrid, which involves Aloe vaombe, A. barberae, and A. dichotoma, is a rather massive tree eventually, as the name suggests. The flowers are red and held on rather short inflorescences. These plants are seedling crosses between two of these hybrid trees in 3-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Goliath‘ 4-inch pots$8.00
This hybrid, which involves Aloe vaombe, A. barberae, and A. dichotoma, is a rather massive tree eventually, as the name suggests. The flowers are red and held on rather short inflorescences. These plants are seedling crosses between two of these hybrid trees in 4-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Goliath‘ 5-inch pots$10.00
This hybrid, which involves Aloe vaombe, A. barberae, and A. dichotoma, is a rather massive tree eventually, as the name suggests. The flowers are red and held on rather short inflorescences. These plants are seedling crosses between two of these hybrid trees in 5-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Goliath‘ one-gallon pots$15.00
This hybrid, which involves Aloe vaombe, A. barberae, and A. dichotoma, is a rather massive tree eventually, as the name suggests. The flowers are red and held on rather short inflorescences. These plants are seedling crosses between two of these hybrid trees in one-gallon pots.
Aloe cv ‘Hey Babe‘ 4-inch pots$8.00
This little hybrid is a cross between Aloe descoingsii and another hybrid between A. bakeri and A. parvula. It has that A. descoingsii look and flower with a big of the A. parvula leaf form. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Lizard Lips‘ 5-inch pots$10.00
This nice hybrid developed by John Bleck has yellow-green leaves that seem scaly, hence the connection with lizards. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Olk' 5-inch pots$12.00
Developed by Karen Zimmerman of the Huntington Gardens, this hybrid has nice reddish markings and raised patterning on its leaves. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Orange Marmalade' 5-inch pots$15.00
This is one of the numerous hybrids based off who knows what by Kelly Griffin. In this cultivar, the leaves are covered with numerous tubercles and have an orange-red cast that suggests, of course, orange marmalade. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Pepe‘ 3-inch pots$6.00
This little hybrid developed by John Bleck has the spiny leaves of A. haworthioides and the deltoid leaves of A. descoingsii. It appears to be close to the hybrid called ?Hey Babe,? but it differs significantly in color (which resembles A. descoingsii). These plants are rooted offsets in 3-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Pepe‘ 4-inch pots$8.00
This little hybrid developed by John Bleck has the spiny leaves of A. haworthioides and the deltoid leaves of A. descoingsii. It appears to be close to the hybrid called ?Hey Babe,? but it differs significantly in color (which resembles A. descoingsii). These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Pepe‘ 5-inch pots$10.00
This little hybrid developed by John Bleck has the spiny leaves of A. haworthioides and the deltoid leaves of A. descoingsii. It appears to be close to the hybrid called ‘Hey Babe,‘ but it differs significantly in color (which resembles A. descoingsii). These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Pickled Pink‘ 4-inch pots$10.00
This likely is one of the Kelly Griffin hybrid with a lineage that is completely unknown and undocumented. The raised bumps on the greenish leaves, combined with the reddish tubercles, make for an attractive, compact hybrid. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Pickled Pink‘ 5-inch pots$12.00
This likely is one of the Kelly Griffin hybrid with a lineage that is completely unknown and undocumented. The raised bumps on the greenish leaves, combined with the reddish tubercles, make for an attractive, compact hybrid. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Pink Blush‘ 4-inch pots$10.00
This is one of the nicest Kelly Griffin hybrids, genetically a witch's brew starting with Madagascar species. The raised bumps on the leaves, combined with the reddish cast, make for a highly attractive, compact hybrid. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Pink Blush‘ 5-inch pots$12.00
This is one of the nicest Kelly Griffin hybrids, genetically a witch?s brew starting with Madagascar species. The raised bumps on the leaves, combined with the reddish cast, make for a highly attractive, compact hybrid. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Pink Lace‘ 4-inch pots$10.00
This likely is a Kelly Griffin hybrids with a completely unknown heritage. The raised bumps on the leaves, combined with the reddish cast and a pinkish margin, create an attractive miniature plant. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Pink Lace‘ 5-inch pots$12.00
This likely is a Kelly Griffin hybrids with a completely unknown heritage. The raised bumps on the leaves, combined with the reddish cast and a pinkish margin, create an attractive miniature plant. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Ruby Pagoda‘ 3-inch pots$8.00
This is a Kelly Griffin hybrid based on an unknown combination of Madagascar species. The raised bumps on the recurved leaves, combined with the reddish cast, make for a highly attractive, compact hybrid that forms a mound, hence the name. These plants are rooted offsets in 3-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Shark God‘ 4-inch pots$8.00
This hybrid, developed by Nathan Wong, is based on A. rauhii. Like ?Raspberry Delight,? the leaves have a pinkish cast with a frilly margin, but this hybrid does not have prominent raised tubercles or bumps on the leaves. The flowers are small and light red in color. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Shark God‘ 5-inch pots$10.00
This hybrid, developed by Nathan Wong, is based on A. rauhii. Like ‘Raspberry Delight,‘ the leaves have a pinkish cast with a frilly margin, but this hybrid does not have prominent raised tubercles or bumps on the leaves. The flowers are small and light red in color. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Snowstorm ‘ 4-inch pots$10.00
We're not sure but this likely is one of the cultivars developed by Kelly Griffin. Its predominantly white leaves are covered with numerous dark tubercles and the overall black-and-white effect of course suggests snow. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Sunset‘ 5-inch pots$10.00
This is one of the numerous hybrids developed by Kelly Griffin. This offsetting cultivar has leaves that are covered with numerous tubercles and have a red-orange cast that maybe possibly whatever suggests a sunset. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Sunset‘ one-gallon pots$15.00
This is one of the numerous hybrids developed by Kelly Griffin. This offsetting cultivar has leaves that are covered with numerous tubercles and have a red-orange cast that maybe possibly whatever suggests a sunset. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe cv ‘Unnamed‘ 5-inch pots$10.00
We're told that this is a Kelly Griffin rejected hybrid, but we like it. The leaves have a yellow-green color that seems quite unique and their surface is many tubercles with an orange-red cast. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Unnamed‘ one-gallon pots$15.00
We're told that this is a Kelly Griffin rejected hybrid, but we like it. The leaves have a yellow-green color that seems quite unique and their surface is many tubercles with an orange-red cast. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe cv ‘Vito‘ 5-inch pots$12.00
We suspect but do not know for sure that this is a Kelly Griffin hybrid. It resembles cv 'Green Sand' but with more reddish/pinkish highlights in the leaves. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Walmsley‘s Bronze‘ 4-inch pots$10.00
This small hybrid Aloe of unknown parentage has triangular leaves that are brown, or bronze as the name indicates. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Walmsley?s Bronze? variegate 3-inch pots$8.00
This small hybrid Aloe of unknown parentage has triangular leaves that typically are brown, or bronze as the name indicates. However, the variegated form adds a considerable color range from yellow to brown. These plants are rooted offsets in 3-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Walmsley?s Bronze? variegate 4-inch pots$10.00
This small hybrid Aloe of unknown parentage has triangular leaves that typically are brown, or bronze as the name indicates. However, the variegated form adds a considerable color range from yellow to brown. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘White Stag‘ 3-inch pots$6.00
This cultivar, of unknown origin but long in cultivation, has relatively large, offsetting rosettes with white leaves variously marked with green tubercles. ‘Quicksilver‘ is another name used for this hybrid. The flowers are red-orange. These plants are rooted offsets in 3-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘White Stag‘ 4-inch pots$8.00
This cultivar, of unknown origin but long in cultivation, has relatively large, offsetting rosettes with white leaves variously marked with green tubercles. ‘Quicksilver‘ is another name used for this hybrid. The flowers are red-orange. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘White Stag‘ 5-inch pots$10.00
This cultivar, of unknown origin but long in cultivation, has relatively large, offsetting rosettes with white leaves variously marked with green tubercles. ?Quicksilver? is another name used for this hybrid. The flowers are red-orange. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘White Stag‘ one-gallon pots$12.00
This cultivar, of unknown origin but long in cultivation, has relatively large, offsetting rosettes with white leaves variously marked with green tubercles. ?Quicksilver? is another name used for this hybrid. The flowers are red-orange. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe cv ‘Wunderkind‘ 4-inch pots$8.00
A selection by Brian Kemble from Aloe deltoideodonta, this cultivar has relatively large, offsetting rosettes with variously marked green and white, tuberculate leaves. The flowers are red-orange. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Wunderkind‘ 5-inch pots$10.00
A selection by Brian Kemble from Aloe deltoideodonta, this cultivar has relatively large, offsetting rosettes with variously marked green and white, tuberculate leaves. The flowers are red-orange. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe cv ‘Wunderkind‘ one-gallon pots$15.00
A selection by Brian Kemble from Aloe deltoideodonta, this cultivar has relatively large, offsetting rosettes with variously marked green and white, tuberculate leaves. The flowers are red-orange. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe dawei (WY 1005) 3-inch pots$6.00
Aloe dawei is a clumping, shrubby species from central Africa, ranging from Kenya and Uganda down to Rwanda and Zaire. These plants are propagated from material originally collected in western Kenya (WY 1005). The leaves tend to be bronze in color and are heavily toothed. The flowers are red in dense panicles. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe dawei (WY 1005) 4-inch pots$8.00
Aloe dawei is a clumping, shrubby species from central Africa, ranging from Kenya and Uganda down to Rwanda and Zaire. These plants are propagated from material originally collected in western Kenya (WY 1005). The leaves tend to be bronze in color and are heavily toothed. The flowers are red in dense panicles. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe dawei (WY 1005) 5-inch pots$10.00
Aloe dawei is a clumping, shrubby species from central Africa, ranging from Kenya and Uganda down to Rwanda and Zaire. These plants are propagated from material originally collected in western Kenya (WY 1005). The leaves tend to be bronze in color and are heavily toothed. The flowers are red in dense panicles. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe debrana 5-inch pots$11.00
From Ethiopia, this clumping Aloe has dark green leaves with subtle pastel tones. Forming acaulescent rosettes, the plants produce bright red flowers from a multibranched panicle. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe decaryi one-gallon pots$10.00
These plants are recently restored to species status. Werner Rauh, one of the experts on Madagascar's prodigious flora of succulent plants, did not know what Aloe decaryi actually is, since the collection was poorly documented. However, these plants are distinctly different from any other Aloe we know of from Madagascar. We've grown this species outside, with low temperatures of 26F, for many years. The red-pink flowers bloom in the fall. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe decurva 3-inch pots$6.00
This species, from Mozambique, generally does not offset. The leaves have a soft pastel color ranging from pink to light green. The flowers are small and orange-red. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe decurva 4-inch pots$8.00
This species, from Mozambique, generally does not offset. The leaves have a soft pastel color ranging from pink to light green. The flowers are small and orange-red. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe decurva 5-inch pots$10.00
This species, from Mozambique, generally does not offset. The leaves have a soft pastel color ranging from pink to light green. The flowers are small and orange-red. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe delphinensis 3-inch pots$6.00
From Madagascar, this species tends to form a small shrub with numerous offsetting stems. The stems and leaves are yellow-green, and the leaves are nearly linear with small reddish teeth on the margins. The flowers are red with greenish-white tips. We find this species somewhat difficult to grow in Tucson‘s heat and low humidity and it definitely is not frost hardy. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe delphinensis 4-inch pots$8.00
From Madagascar, this species tends to form a small shrub with numerous offsetting stems. The stems and leaves are yellow-green, and the leaves are nearly linear with small reddish teeth on the margins. The flowers are red with greenish-white tips. We find this species somewhat difficult to grow in Tucson?s heat and low humidity and it definitely is not frost hardy. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe delphinensis 5-inch pots$10.00
From Madagascar, this species tends to form a small shrub with numerous offsetting stems. The stems and leaves are yellow-green, and the leaves are nearly linear with small reddish teeth on the margins. The flowers are red with greenish-white tips. We find this species somewhat difficult to grow in Tucson?s heat and low humidity and it definitely is not frost hardy. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe deltoideodonta 'variegata' Rauh 5-inch pots$10.00
This species, from Madagascar, forms a clump of small rosettes. This poorly described member of the A. deltoideodonta complex was originally collected by Rauh and is described in the Aloes of Madagascar book. The leaves are deltoid-shaped, as the name indicates, and are light green with spots. This does not meet any of the original concepts of A. deltoideodonta, and Rauh's own books (volume 1, 1995) called this a variegated form (see photograph on p. 212). These offsets are rooted in 5-inch pots.
Aloe deltoideodonta 'variegata' Rauh one-gallon pots$15.00
This species, from Madagascar, forms a clump of small rosettes. The leaves are deltoid-shaped, as the name indicates, and are light green with spots. This poorly described member of the A. deltoideodonta complex was originally collected by Rauh and is described in the Aloes of Madagascar book. This does not meet any of the original concepts of A. deltoideodonta, and Rauh's own books (volume 1, 1995) called this a variegated form (see photograph on p. 212). These offsets are rooted in one-gallon pots.
Aloe deltoideodonta var. candicans 3-inch pots$6.00
From material originally collected by Rauh near Bezaha, Madagascar, this small species slowly offsets to form small clumps. The leaves are blue-green and marked with faint lines, white spots, and a vaguely pink margin, and they tend to gain a reddish glow when stressed. The flowers are held in a dense panicle and are orange-red. These plants are rooted offsets in 3-inch pots. Owing to the taxonomy complexity of this species, we have previously sold these plants as A. deltoideodonta var. brevifolia and A. imalotensis (spotted form). The recent Aloes of Madagascar book clarifies this species.
Aloe deltoideodonta var. candicans 4-inch pots$8.00
From material originally collected by Rauh near Bezaha, Madagascar, this small species slowly offsets to form small clumps. The leaves are blue-green and marked with faint lines, white spots, and a vaguely pink margin, and they tend to gain a reddish glow when stressed. The flowers are held in a dense panicle and are orange-red. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots. Owing to the taxonomy complexity of this species, we have previously sold these plants as A. deltoideodonta var. brevifolia and A. imalotensis (spotted form). The recent Aloes of Madagascar book clarifies this species.
Aloe deltoideodonta var. candicans 5-inch pots$10.00
From material originally collected by Rauh near Bezaha, Madagascar, this small species slowly offsets to form small clumps. The leaves are blue-green and marked with faint lines, white spots, and a vaguely pink margin, and they tend to gain a reddish glow when stressed. The flowers are held in a dense panicle and are orange-red. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots. Owing to the taxonomy complexity of this species, we have previously sold these plants as A. deltoideodonta var. brevifolia and A. imalotensis (spotted form). The recent Aloes of Madagascar book clarifies this species.
Aloe deltoideodonta var. candicans one-gallon pots$15.00
From material originally collected by Rauh near Bezaha, Madagascar, this small species slowly offsets to form small clumps. The leaves are blue-green and marked with faint lines, white spots, and a vaguely pink margin, and they tend to gain a reddish glow when stressed. The flowers are held in a dense panicle and are orange-red. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots. Owing to the taxonomy complexity of this species, we have previously sold these plants as A. deltoideodonta var. brevifolia and A. imalotensis (spotted form). The recent Aloes of Madagascar book clarifies this species.
Aloe deltoideodonta var. deltoideodonta 4-inch pots$8.00
Although these plants look a whole lot like Aloe deltoideodonta var. fallax, supposedly this is the true species. These are beautiful plants with light green leaves featuring prominent white striations and orange-red flowers. They are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe deltoideodonta var. deltoideodonta 5-inch pots$10.00
Although these plants look a whole lot like Aloe deltoideodonta var. fallax, supposedly this is the true species. These are beautiful plants with light green leaves featuring prominent white striations and orange-red flowers. They are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe deltoideodonta var. deltoideodonta one-gallon pots$15.00
Although these plants look a whole lot like Aloe deltoideodonta var. fallax, supposedly this is the true species. These are beautiful plants with light green leaves featuring prominent white striations and orange-red flowers. They are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe deltoideodonta var. fallax 3-inch pots$6.00
We wouldn?t bet money on it, but this is the closest thing to A. deltoideodonta var. fallax that we?ve seen in cultivation. Whatever. These are beautiful plants with light green leaves featuring prominent white striations and orange-red flowers. They are rooted offsets in 3-inch pots.
Aloe deltoideodonta var. fallax 4-inch pots$8.00
We wouldn‘t bet money on it, but this is the closest thing to A. deltoideodonta var. fallax that we‘ve seen in cultivation. Whatever. These are beautiful plants with light green leaves featuring prominent white striations and orange-red flowers. They are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe deltoideodonta var. fallax 5-inch pots$10.00
We wouldn't bet money on it, but this is the closest thing to A. deltoideodonta var. fallax that we've seen in cultivation. Whatever. These are beautiful plants with light green leaves featuring prominent white striations and orange-red flowers. They are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe descoingsii ssp. descoingsii 3-inch pots$6.00
This is one of the great Madagascan miniatures, and our plants came originally from seeds collected from the type locality. These plants have light green rosettes that typically are 2-3 inches in diameter. This species offsets readily and has one of the most unusual flowers within the Aloaceae. We have rooted offsets in 3-inch pots.
Aloe descoingsii ssp. descoingsii 4-inch pots$8.00
This is one of the great Madagascan miniatures, and our plants came originally from seeds collected from the type locality. These plants have light green rosettes that typically are 2-3 inches in diameter. This species offsets readily and has one of the most unusual flowers within the Aloaceae. We have rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe descoingsii x calcairophila 5-inch pots$10.00
Another hybrid cross developed by Arid Lands Greenhouses, we crossed two of the desirable miniature Aloes. The hybrid has the color and basic leaf structure of Aloe calcairophila, but has the larger leaves of Aloe descoingsii. The resulting hybrid is hardier than either of the two pure species. We offer this plant in 5-inch pots.
Aloe dewetii 3-inch pots$6.00
This solitary, maculate Aloe is from northeastern South Africa and Swaziland. The medium green leaves have stretched white spots, and the flowers are bright red. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe dewetii 4-inch pots$8.00
This solitary, maculate Aloe is from northeastern South Africa and Swaziland. The medium green leaves have stretched white spots, and the flowers are bright red. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe dewetii 5-inch pots$10.00
This solitary, maculate Aloe is from northeastern South Africa and Swaziland. The medium green leaves have stretched white spots, and the flowers are bright red. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe dhufarensis 5-inch pots$12.00
From eastern Yemen and the Dhofar of Oman (hence the name), this species is one of the most xerophytic of the aloes. We‘ve seen it in hyperarid settings on the eastern edge of the Rub al Kali with no other plants growing nearby. The rosettes are solitary, and the leaves are gray, spotted when young but generally immaculate when mature. The flowers are held in short inflorescences and are pinkish-red. This tough species has withstood temperatures of 18F with minor leaf damage. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe dichotoma 3-inch pots$6.00
This large, thick-trunked tree is from the Western and Northern Capes of South Africa, extending northwards into Namibia. The panicles of yellow flowers are produced in the spring. We offer seedlings of this impressive succulent species in 3-inch pots.
Aloe dichotoma 4-inch pots$8.00
This large, thick-trunked tree is from the Western and Northern Capes of the South Africa, extending northwards into Namibia. The panicles of yellow flowers are produced in the spring. We offer seedlings of this impressive succulent species in 4-inch pots.
Aloe diolii 5-inch pots$10.00
From the mountains of Sudan (Equatoria Province), this clumping species forms non-branching stems of yellow-green leaves that have some white spots. The branches may lay over; we grow this species upright. The flowers are a light red. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe diolii one-gallon pots$15.00
From the mountains of Sudan (Equatoria Province), this clumping species forms non-branching stems of yellow-green leaves that have some white spots. The branches may lay over; we grow this species upright. The flowers are a light red. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe distans one-gallon pots$15.00
This species is a winter-growing member of the complex that ranges from Aloe mitriformis to A. comptonii, all of which are from the Western Cape Province of the Republic of South Africa. This species, which creeps along the ground in habitat, is distinguished by the light green, very succulent leaves that are dotted with white spots. The flowers, produced during the summer dry period, are yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe divaricata (special clone) 5-inch pots$12.00
This is a tall, upright and rambling species from Madagascar. Aloe divaricata has small red flowers held in a very lax panicle, and this special clone has pronounced red thorns on the margins of the leaves. This clone has been used to produce many beautiful hybrids. The plants we offer are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe divaricata (special clone) one-gallon pots$15.00
This is a tall, upright and rambling species from Madagascar. Aloe divaricata has small red flowers held in a very lax panicle, and this special clone has pronounced red thorns on the margins of the leaves. This clone has been used to produce many beautiful hybrids. The plants we offer are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe divaricata one-gallon pots$15.00
This is a tall, upright and rambling species from Madagascar. Aloe divaricata has small red flowers held in a very lax panicle. We have grown this species outdoors in Tucson for more than a decade. We keep it in a protected place against our house, but still it has taken 26F with no damage. The plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe dorotheae 5-inch pots$11.00
This beautiful aloe is from Tanzania. Known for its glossy green leaves with scattered white spots and a smooth surface, this shrubby aloe offsets prolifically. The flowers are multicolored, and the variety we offer has multicolored flowers that are mostly red. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe dorotheae 8-inch pots$30.00
This beautiful aloe is from Tanzania. Known for its glossy green leaves with scattered white spots and a smooth surface, this shrubby aloe offsets prolifically. The flowers are multicolored, and the variety we offer has multicolored flowers that are mostly red. These plants are rooted offsets in 8-inch pots.
Aloe duckeri 3-inch pots$7.00
From Malawi and southern Tanzania, this species has solitary or sparsely offsetting acaulescent rosettes. The leaves are yellow-green with faint lines and prominent spots. The multibranched inflorescence produces orange-red flowers. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe duckeri 4-inch pots$9.00
From Malawi and southern Tanzania, this species has solitary or sparsely offsetting acaulescent rosettes. The leaves are yellow-green with faint lines and prominent spots. The multibranched inflorescence produces orange-red flowers. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe duckeri 5-inch pots$11.00
From Malawi and southern Tanzania, this species has solitary or sparsely offsetting acaulescent rosettes. The leaves are yellow-green with faint lines and prominent spots. The multibranched inflorescence produces orange-red flowers. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe duckeri one-gallon pots$15.00
From Malawi and southern Tanzania, this species has solitary or sparsely offsetting acaulescent rosettes. The leaves are yellow-green with faint lines and prominent spots. The multibranched inflorescence produces orange-red flowers. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe dyeri 2-gallon pots$25.00
From Mpumalanga Province of South Africa, this spotted aloe tends to be solitary and may have a short stem. The leaves have a dark green field with many irregularly shaped spots. The flowers are dull red, and the inflorescence is multibranched. These plants are seedlings in 2-gallon pots.
Aloe dyeri 3-inch pots$6.00
From Mpumalanga Province of South Africa, this spotted aloe tends to be solitary and may have a short stem. The leaves have a dark green field with many irregularly shaped spots. The flowers are dull red, and the inflorescence is multibranched. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe dyeri 4-inch pots$8.00
From Mpumalanga Province of South Africa, this spotted aloe tends to be solitary and may have a short stem. The leaves have a dark green field with many irregularly shaped spots. The flowers are dull red, and the inflorescence is multibranched. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe dyeri 5-inch pots$10.00
From Mpumalanga Province of South Africa, this spotted aloe tends to be solitary and may have a short stem. The leaves have a dark green field with many irregularly shaped spots. The flowers are dull red, and the inflorescence is multibranched. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe dyeri one-gallon pots$15.00
From Mpumalanga Province of the Republic of South Africa, this spotted aloe tends to be solitary and may have a short stem. The leaves have a dark green field with many irregularly shaped spots. The flowers are dull red, and the inflorescence is multibranched. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe ecklonis 3-inch pots$6.00
This grass Aloe is from relatively high elevations in South Africa, Lesotho, and Swaziland. The leaves are light green and strap-like, and the flowers are variable, ranging from yellow to red. It is difficult to grow this species in Tucson. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe ecklonis 4-inch pots$8.00
This grass Aloe is from relatively high elevations in South Africa, Lesotho, and Swaziland. The leaves are light green and strap-like, and the flowers are variable, ranging from yellow to red. It is difficult to grow this species in Tucson. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe ecklonis 5-inch pots$10.00
This grass Aloe is from relatively high elevations in South Africa, Lesotho, and Swaziland. The leaves are light green and strap-like, and the flowers are variable, ranging from yellow to red. It is difficult to grow this species in Tucson. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe elegans 2-gallon pots$25.00
This highly variable species is from Ethiopia and Eritrea. Typically a slowly offsetting species, the rosettes bear blue-green leaves with a reddish margin, although as with many Aloes the seedlings are darker green with numerous spots. The flowers can be any color from yellow to bright red. These plants are seedlings in 2-gallon pots.
Aloe elegans 5-inch pots$12.00
This highly variable species is from Ethiopia and Eritrea. Typically a slowly offsetting species, the rosettes bear light-green leaves with a reddish margin, although as with many Aloes the seedlings are darker green with numerous spots. The flowers can be any color from yellow to bright red. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe elegans one-gallon pots$15.00
This highly variable species is from Ethiopia and Eritrea. Typically a slowly offsetting species, the rosettes bear blue-green leaves with a reddish margin, although as with many Aloes the seedlings are darker green with numerous spots. The flowers can be any color from yellow to bright red. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe elgonica 2-gallon pots$30.00
This beautiful Aloe is from the Trans-Nzoia District of Kenya, where it forms large shrubs with robust rosettes on stems. The leaves are a beautiful brownish green with a furry appearance and prominent marginal teeth. The flowers are orange-red. These plants are rooted offsets in 2-gallon pots.
Aloe elgonica one-gallon pots$25.00
This beautiful Aloe is from the Trans-Nzoia District of Kenya, where it forms large shrubs with robust rosettes on stems. The leaves are a beautiful brownish green with a furry appearance and prominent marginal teeth. The flowers are orange-red. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe ellenbeckii 4-inch pots$8.00
Aloe ellenbeckii is a small, proliferous species from Somalia, Kenya, and Ethiopia. Currently, what once was called Aloe dumetorum is merged under this species. We grow Aloe ellenbeckii outside in Tucson, where it flowers with orange-red, simple racemes in the spring and summer. We grow this plant outside in Tucson, where it is drought hardy and has withstood 23F with minimal damage. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe ellenbeckii 5-inch pots$10.00
Aloe ellenbeckii is a small, proliferous species from Somalia, Kenya, and Ethiopia. Currently, what once was called Aloe dumetorum is merged under this species. We grow Aloe ellenbeckii outside in Tucson, where it flowers with orange-red, simple racemes in the spring and summer. We grow this plant outside in Tucson, where it is drought hardy and has withstood 23F with minimal damage. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe ellenbeckii one-gallon pots$15.00
Aloe ellenbeckii is a small, proliferous species from Somalia, Kenya, and Ethiopia. Currently, what once was called Aloe dumetorum is merged under this species. We grow Aloe ellenbeckii outside in Tucson, where it flowers with orange-red, simple racemes in the spring and summer. We grow this plant outside in Tucson, where it is drought hardy and has withstood 23F with minimal damage. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe ericetorum 3-inch pots$7.00
From central Madagascar, this species has a low shrubby form with yellow-green leaves. It branches from the base and produces yellow flowers in a highly variable inflorescence. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe ericetorum 4-inch pots$9.00
From central Madagascar, this species has a low shrubby form with yellow-green leaves. It branches from the base and produces yellow flowers in a highly variable inflorescence. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe erinacea 2-inch pots$15.00
This small, slow-growing species is from southern Namibia. Aloe erinacea, which some consider to be a subspecies of Aloe melanacantha, has light blue-green leaves and whitish spines when young. It is truly a beautiful succulent plant. Our offering is in 3-inch pots.
Aloe erinacea 4-inch pots$30.00
This small, slow-growing species is from southern Namibia. Aloe erinacea, which some consider to be a subspecies of Aloe melanacantha, has light blue-green leaves and whitish spines when young. It is truly a beautiful succulent plant. These seedlings are in 4-inch pots.
Aloe erinacea 5-inch pots$45.00
This small, slow-growing species is from southern Namibia. Aloe erinacea, which some consider to be a subspecies of Aloe melanacantha, has light blue-green leaves and whitish spines when young. It is truly a beautiful succulent plant. These seedlings are in 5-inch pots.
Aloe erinacea one-gallon pots$75.00
This small, slow-growing species is from southern Namibia. Aloe erinacea, which some consider to be a subspecies of Aloe melanacantha, has light blue-green leaves and whitish spines when young. It is truly a beautiful succulent plant. These seedlings are in one-gallon pots.
Aloe eumassawana 12-inch pots$30.00
From the vicinity of Massawana, Eritrea, this species is distinct from A. massawana, a name reserved for a species from Tanzania. With its gray-green leaves, spotted in young plants, the major difference is that the flowers are bright red to orange. These plants are rooted offsets in 12-inch pots.
Aloe eumassawana 3-inch pots$6.00
From the vicinity of Massawana, Eritrea, this species is distinct from A. massawana, a name reserved for a species from Tanzania. With its gray-green leaves, spotted in young plants, the major difference is that the flowers are bright red to orange. These plants are rooted offsets in 3-inch pots.
Aloe eumassawana 4-inch pots$8.00
From the vicinity of Massawana, Eritrea, this species is distinct from A. massawana, a name reserved for a species from Tanzania. With its gray-green leaves, spotted in young plants, the major difference is that the flowers are bright red to orange. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe eumassawana 5-inch pots$10.00
From the vicinity of Massawana, Eritrea, this species is distinct from A. massawana, a name reserved for a species from Tanzania. With its gray-green leaves, spotted in young plants, the major difference is that the flowers are bright red to orange. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe eumassawana 8-inch pots$20.00
From the vicinity of Massawana, Eritrea, this species is distinct from A. massawana, a name reserved for a species from Tanzania. With its gray-green leaves, spotted in young plants, the major difference is that the flowers are bright red to orange. These plants are rooted offsets in 8-inch pots.
Aloe eumassawana one-gallon pots$15.00
From the vicinity of Massawana, Eritrea, this species is distinct from A. massawana, a name reserved for a species from Tanzania. With its gray-green leaves, spotted in young plants, the major difference is that the flowers are bright red to orange. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe falcata 3-inch pots$6.00
From the Northern and Western Cape Provinces of South Africa, this small, blue-gray Aloe can offset prolifically. It appears to bridge a gap in form between A. krapohliana and A. claviflora, although the flowers, which are red, are quite different and borne in relatively tall, upright inflorescences. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe falcata 4-inch pots$8.00
From the Northern and Western Cape Provinces of South Africa, this small, blue-gray Aloe can offset prolifically. It appears to bridge a gap in form between A. krapohliana and A. claviflora, although the flowers, which are red, are quite different and borne in relatively tall, upright inflorescences. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe falcata 5-inch pots$12.00
From the Northern and Western Cape Provinces of South Africa, this small, blue-gray Aloe can offset prolifically. It appears to bridge a gap in form between A. krapohliana and A. claviflora, although the flowers, which are red, are quite different and borne in relatively tall, upright inflorescences. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe falcata 8-inch pots$25.00
From the Northern and Western Cape Provinces of South Africa, this small, blue-gray Aloe can offset prolifically. It appears to bridge a gap in form between A. krapohliana and A. claviflora, although the flowers, which are red, are quite different and borne in relatively tall, upright inflorescences. These plants are seedlings in 8-inch pots.
Aloe falcata one-gallon pots$15.00
From the Northern and Western Cape Provinces of South Africa, this small, blue-gray Aloe can offset prolifically. It appears to bridge a gap in form between A. krapohliana and A. claviflora, although the flowers, which are red, are quite different and borne in relatively tall, upright inflorescences. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe ferox (candelabrum) 5-inch pots$12.00
This species is the classic tree Aloe from the Western and Eastern Cape Provinces of South Africa, extending eastwards into Lesotho. The single-stemmed tree can reach heights of 9-12 feet if planted in the ground, or it will stay smaller if kept in a pot. The form known as candelabrum has red flowers that are produced in the spring. We have seedlings of these plants in 5-inch pots.
Aloe ferox 2-gallon pots$25.00
This species is the classic tree Aloe from the Western and Eastern Cape Provinces of South Africa, extending eastwards into Lesotho. The single-stemmed tree can reach heights of 9-12 feet if planted in the ground, or it will stay smaller if kept in a pot. The orange-red flowers are produced in the winter and are frost sensitive, while the plant can easily take 20F. We offer seedlings of this species in 2-gallon pots. These Aloes are large and could incur additional shipping costs.
Aloe ferox 3-inch pots$6.00
This species is the classic tree Aloe from the Western and Eastern Cape Provinces of South Africa, extending eastwards into Lesotho. The single-stemmed tree can reach heights of 9-12 feet if planted in the ground, or it will stay smaller if kept in a pot. The orange-red flowers are produced in the winter and are frost sensitive, while the plant can easily take 20F. We offer seedlings of this species in 3-inch pots.
Aloe ferox 4-inch pots$8.00
This species is the classic tree Aloe from the Western and Eastern Cape Provinces of South Africa, extending eastwards into Lesotho. The single-stemmed tree can reach heights of 9-12 feet if planted in the ground, or it will stay smaller if kept in a pot. The orange-red flowers are produced in the winter and are frost sensitive, while the plant can easily take 20F. We offer seedlings of this species in 4-inch pots.
Aloe ferox 5-gallon pots$45.00
This species is the classic tree Aloe from the Western and Eastern Cape Provinces of South Africa, extending eastwards into Lesotho. The single-stemmed tree can reach heights of 9-12 feet if planted in the ground, or it will stay smaller if kept in a pot. The orange-red flowers are produced in the winter and are frost sensitive, while the plant can easily take 20F. We offer seedlings of this species in 5-gallon pots. These Aloes are large and could incur additional shipping costs.
Aloe ferox 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is the classic tree Aloe from the Western and Eastern Cape Provinces of the Republic of South Africa, extending eastwards into Lesotho. The single-stemmed tree can reach heights of 9-12 feet if planted in the ground, or it will stay smaller if kept in a pot. The orange-red flowers are produced in the winter and are frost sensitive, while the plant can easily take 20F. We offer seedlings of this species in 5-inch pots.
Aloe ferox 8-inch pots$18.00
This species is the classic tree Aloe from the Western and Eastern Cape Provinces of South Africa, extending eastwards into Lesotho. The single-stemmed tree can reach heights of 9-12 feet if planted in the ground, or it will stay smaller if kept in a pot. The orange-red flowers are produced in the winter and are frost sensitive, while the plant can easily take 20F. We offer seedlings of this species in 8-inch pots.
Aloe ferox one-gallon pots$12.00
This species is the classic tree Aloe from the Western and Eastern Cape Provinces of the Republic of South Africa, extending eastwards into Lesotho. The single-stemmed tree can reach heights of 9-12 feet if planted in the ground, or it will stay smaller if kept in a pot. The orange-red flowers are produced in the winter and are frost sensitive, while the plant can easily take 20F. We offer seedlings of this species in one-gallon pots.
Aloe fibrosa 8-inch pots$30.00
From the Eastern Province of Kenya, this species, narrowly endemic to one mountain range in dense vegetation, is known for its leaf fibers, earning its name. With A. morijensis, A. kedongensis, A. rabaiensis, and A. nyeriensis, this group of shrubby aloes has a distribution across southern Kenya and northern Tanzania. A. fibrosa has dark green leaves with few spots except on young growth. The flowers are multicolored but primarily orange-red. These plants are rooted offsets in 8-inch pots.
Aloe fibrosa one-gallon pots$15.00
From the Eastern Province of Kenya, this species, narrowly endemic to one mountain range in dense vegetation, is known for its leaf fibers, earning its name. With A. morijensis, A. kedongensis, A. rabaiensis, and A. nyeriensis, this group of shrubby aloes has a distribution across southern Kenya and northern Tanzania. A. fibrosa has dark green leaves with few spots except on young growth. The flowers are multicolored but primarily orange-red. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe fleurentiniorum 2-gallon pots$35.00
This Aloe is from Saudi Arabia and northern Yemen and is quite unique. The stiff, dark green leaves have a roughened, immaculate surface. The flowers are bright red and are borne in late summer to early winter. These plants are seedlings in 2-gallon pots.
Aloe fleurentiniorum 3-inch pots$6.00
This Aloe is from Saudi Arabia and northern Yemen and is quite unique. The stiff, dark green leaves have a roughened, immaculate surface. The flowers are bright red and are borne in late summer to early winter. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe fleurentiniorum 4-inch pots$8.00
This Aloe is from Saudi Arabia and northern Yemen and is quite unique. The stiff, dark green leaves have a roughened, immaculate surface. The flowers are bright red and are borne in late summer to early winter. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe fleurentiniorum 5-inch pots$10.00
This Aloe is from Saudi Arabia and northern Yemen and is quite unique. The stiff, dark green leaves have a roughened, immaculate surface. The flowers are bright red and are borne in late summer to early winter. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe fleurentiniorum one-gallon pots$15.00
This Aloe is from Saudi Arabia and northern Yemen and is quite unique. The stiff, dark green leaves have a roughened, immaculate surface. The flowers are bright red and are borne in late summer to early winter. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe flexilifolia 3-inch pots$6.00
From Tanzania, this species earns its epithet from is flexible stems and leaves, which leads to a sprawling shrubby plant; however, the name actually comes from its inconsistent character of folds in larger leaves. The blue-gray leaves with short spines are quite attractive, and the flowers are red. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe flexilifolia 4-inch pots$8.00
From Tanzania, this species earns its epithet from is flexible stems and leaves, which leads to a sprawling shrubby plant; however, the name actually comes from its inconsistent character of folds in larger leaves. The blue-gray leaves with short spines are quite attractive, and the flowers are red. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe flexilifolia 5-inch pots$10.00
From Tanzania, this species earns its epithet from is flexible stems and leaves, which leads to a sprawling shrubby plant; however, the name actually comes from its inconsistent character of folds in larger leaves. The blue-gray leaves with short spines are quite attractive, and the flowers are red. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe flexilifolia one-gallon pots$15.00
From Tanzania, this species earns its epithet from is flexible stems and leaves, which leads to a sprawling shrubby plant; however, the name actually comes from its inconsistent character of folds in larger leaves. The blue-gray leaves with short spines are quite attractive, and the flowers are red. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe fosteri 4-inch pots$8.00
This species, ?the most handsome of the spotted Aloes,? (well maybe close), is from Mpumalanga and Northern Provinces of South Africa. As young plants, they are distichous; they develop rosettes as they mature. The flowers could be anything from yellow through red. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe fosteri 5-inch pots$10.00
This species, ?the most handsome of the spotted Aloes,? (well maybe close), is from Mpumalanga and Northern Provinces of South Africa. As young plants, they are distichous; they develop rosettes as they mature. The flowers could be anything from yellow through red. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe fosteri one-gallon pots$15.00
This species, ?the most handsome of the spotted Aloes,? (well maybe close), is from Mpumalanga and Northern Provinces of South Africa. As young plants, they are distichous; they develop rosettes as they mature. The flowers could be anything from yellow through red. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe fouriei 4-inch pots$20.00
This grass aloe is from the Mpumalanga Province of South Africa. The stems are upright with green leaves that have basal spotting. The flowers are yellow with green tips. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe fragilis 3-inch pots$6.00
This small, clumping Aloe has some of the nicest leaf variegation within the genus. Our plants are from the late Werner Rauh from material collected at the type locality at Cape Manambatu, Madagascar. For reasons that are not readily understandable, this rapidly growing species is a CITES level 1 species and is not suitable for export. However, it is a wonderful Aloe for collectors from the US. These plants are rooted offsets in 3-inch pots.
Aloe fragilis 4-inch pots$8.00
This small, clumping Aloe has some of the nicest leaf variegation within the genus. Our plants are from the late Werner Rauh from material collected at the type locality at Cape Manambatu, Madagascar. For reasons that are not readily understandable, this rapidly growing species is a CITES level 1 species and is not suitable for export. However, it is a wonderful Aloe for collectors from the US. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe fragilis 5-inch pots$10.00
This small, clumping Aloe has some of the nicest leaf variegation within the genus. Our plants are from the late Werner Rauh from material collected at the type locality at Cape Manambatu, Madagascar. For reasons that are not readily understandable, this rapidly growing species is a CITES level 1 species and is not suitable for export. However, it is a wonderful Aloe for collectors from the US. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe fragilis one-gallon pots$15.00
This small, clumping Aloe has some of the nicest leaf variegation within the genus. Our plants are from the late Werner Rauh from material collected at the type locality at Cape Manambatu, Madagascar. For reasons that are not readily understandable, this rapidly growing species is a CITES level 1 species and is not suitable for export. However, it is a wonderful Aloe for collectors from the US. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe gariepensis (red flowers) 3-inch pots$6.00
This Aloe, named for the Gariep (Orange) River that forms the boundary between South Africa and Namibia, is a maculate (spotted) species when young and has light white striping on the light green leaves when mature. The flowers of this selection are red. We have seedlings of this species in 2-inch pots.
Aloe gariepensis 3-inch pots$6.00
This Aloe, named for the Gariep (Orange) River that forms the boundary between South Africa and Namibia, is a maculate (spotted) species when young and has light white striping on the light green leaves when mature. The flowers are red-orange in bud and change to yellow when open. We have seedlings of this species in 3-inch pots.
Aloe gariepensis 4-inch pots$8.00
This Aloe, named for the Gariep (Orange) River that forms the boundary between South Africa and Namibia, is a maculate (spotted) species when young and has light white striping on the light green leaves when mature. The flowers are red-orange in bud and change to yellow when open. We have seedlings of this species in 4-inch pots.
Aloe gariepensis 5-inch pots$10.00
This Aloe, named for the Gariep (Orange) River that forms the boundary between South Africa and Namibia, is a maculate (spotted) species when young and has light white striping on the light green leaves when mature. The flowers are red-orange in bud and change to yellow when open. We have seedlings of this species in 5-inch pots.
Aloe gariepensis one-gallon pots$12.00
This Aloe, named for the Gariep (Orange) River that forms the boundary between South Africa and Namibia, is a maculate (spotted) species when young and has light white striping on the light green leaves when mature. The flowers are red-orange in bud and change to yellow when open. We have seedlings of this species in one-gallon pots.
Aloe gariepensis one-gallon pots$15.00
This Aloe, named for the Gariep (Orange) River that forms the boundary between South Africa and Namibia, is a maculate (spotted) species when young and has light white striping on the light green leaves when mature. The flowers are red-orange in bud and change to yellow when open. We have seedlings of this species in one-gallon pots.
Aloe gerstneri 2-gallon pots$25.00
This blue-green Aloe is from the KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa. Like A. aculeata, the lower leaf faces have tubercles, although they are the same color as the leaf. The plants generally are solitary. The flowers are similar to A. reitzii, namely beautifully multicolored red-orange and appressed against the flowering stalk. These plants are seedlings in 2-gallon pots.
Aloe glauca 4-inch pots$8.00
From the Northern and Western Cape Provinces of the Republic of South Africa, Aloe glauca forms a small single-stemmed tree. The flowers are variable but usually are in red-orange racemes. We are offering seedlings of this species in 4-inch pots.
Aloe glauca 5-inch pots$10.00
From the Northern and Western Cape Provinces of the Republic of South Africa, Aloe glauca forms a small single-stemmed tree. The flowers are variable but usually are in red-orange racemes. We are offering seedlings of this species in 5-inch pots.
Aloe glauca one-gallon pots$15.00
From the Northern and Western Cape Provinces of the Republic of South Africa, Aloe glauca forms a small single-stemmed tree. The flowers are variable but usually are in red-orange racemes. We are offering seedlings of this species in one-gallon pots.
Aloe globuligemma 3-inch pots$6.00
From a broad area ranging from Zimbabwe to Botswana to the northeastern parts of South Africa, this blue-green Aloe is known for its nearly horizontal racemes with secund, multicolored flowers. It suckers proliferously, and we've grown this species outside in Tucson for many years. It has endured 23F under a shrub with little damage. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe globuligemma 4-inch pots$8.00
From a broad area ranging from Zimbabwe to Botswana to the northeastern parts of South Africa, this blue-green Aloe is known for its nearly horizontal racemes with secund, multicolored flowers. It suckers proliferously, and we‘ve grown this species outside in Tucson for many years. It has endured 23F under a shrub with little damage. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe globuligemma x marlothii 3-inch pots$6.00
This is a natural hybrid between two widely distributed Aloes in eastern South Africa. The seeds were collected near Lebowakgomo, South Africa. We don?t yet know what these will look like when mature, but the guess is that, given the parents, they will have thick, gray-green leaves with lots of spines and possibly secund orange flowers. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe globuligemma x marlothii 4-inch pots$8.00
This is a natural hybrid between two widely distributed Aloes in eastern South Africa. The seeds were collected near Lebowakgomo, South Africa. We don‘t yet know what these will look like when mature, but the guess is that, given the parents, they will have thick, gray-green leaves with lots of spines and possibly secund orange flowers. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe globuligemma x marlothii 5-inch pots$10.00
This is a natural hybrid between two widely distributed Aloes in eastern South Africa. The seeds were collected near Lebowakgomo, South Africa. We don?t yet know what these will look like when mature, but the guess is that, given the parents, they will have thick, gray-green leaves with lots of spines and possibly secund orange flowers. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe grandidentata 5-inch pots$10.00
Aloe grandidentata is a maculate Aloe that occurs over a broad region of Botswana and South Africa (Northern Cape Province, North-West Province, and Free State). It forms proliferous groups. It produces a multibranched inflorescence in spring. The form we offer here has coral-pink petals. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe grandidentata one-gallon pots$15.00
Aloe grandidentata is a maculate Aloe that occurs over a broad region of Botswana and South Africa (Northern Cape Province, North-West Province, and Free State). It forms proliferous groups. It produces a multibranched inflorescence in spring. The form we offer here has coral-pink petals. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe greatheadii var. davyana (barbertonii) 4-inch pots$8.00
This former species has been lumped into one of the common maculate Aloes from southern Africa. From the vicinity of Barberton, South Africa, this species generally does not usually clump, unlike A. greatheadii var. davyana, and it flowers in winter in Tucson, although the flowers are a washed-out pink color. We don?t know how hardy this species is but we suggest it can easily take the 23F without damage that others in this group can take. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe greatheadii var. davyana (barbertonii) 5-inch pots$10.00
This former species has been lumped into one of the common maculate Aloes from southern Africa. From the vicinity of Barberton, South Africa, this species generally does not usually clump, unlike A. greatheadii var. davyana, and it flowers in winter in Tucson, although the flowers are a washed-out pink color. We don?t know how hardy this species is but we suggest it can easily take the 23F without damage that others in this group can take. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe greatheadii var. davyana (Candy Stripe) 4-inch pots$8.00
This maculate Aloe from South Africa has triangular, spotted leaves and clumps prolifically. This plant differs from typical A. greatheadii var. davyana in that the flowers have a candy cane stripe pattern, unlike the more solid red-orange pattern. The plant are extremely hardy, having taken 18F with minimal damage, and are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe greatheadii var. davyana (Candy Stripe) 5-inch pots$10.00
This maculate Aloe from South Africa has triangular, spotted leaves and clumps prolifically. This plant differs from typical A. greatheadii var. davyana in that the flowers have a candy cane stripe pattern, unlike the more solid red-orange pattern. The plant are extremely hardy, having taken 18F with minimal damage, and are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe greatheadii var. davyana (Candy Stripe) one-gallon pots$15.00
This maculate Aloe from South Africa has triangular, spotted leaves and clumps prolifically. This plant differs from typical A. greatheadii var. davyana in that the flowers have a candy cane stripe pattern, unlike the more solid red-orange pattern. The plant are extremely hardy, having taken 18F with minimal damage, and are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe greatheadii var. davyana (graciliflora) one-gallon pots$15.00
This maculate Aloe from South Africa has triangular, spotted leaves and clumps prolifically. This plant differs from typical A. greatheadii var. davyana in that the leaves are much darker green and look more similar to Aloe zebrina. The flowers are an orange-yellow color that is fairly unique. The plant are extremely hardy, having taken 18F with minimal damage, and are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe greatheadii var. davyana (verdoorniae) 5-inch pots$10.00
This maculate Aloe from South Africa has triangular, spotted leaves and clumps prolifically. This plant differs from typical A. greatheadii var. davyana in that the leaves are much darker green and look more similar to Aloe zebrina. The flowers are a pink-red color. The plant is extremely hardy, having taken 18F with minimal damage. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe greatheadii var. davyana (verdoorniae) one-gallon pots$15.00
This maculate Aloe from South Africa has triangular, spotted leaves and clumps prolifically. This plant differs from typical A. greatheadii var. davyana in that the leaves are much darker green and look more similar to Aloe zebrina. The flowers are a pink-red color. The plant is extremely hardy, having taken 18F with minimal damage. These plants are offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe greatheadii var. greatheadii 3-inch pots$6.00
This common species from southern Africa is a maculate Aloe with triangular leaves that tend to have withered tips. What makes this species distinctive is that it does not usually clump, unlike A. greatheadii var. davyana, and it flowers in winter in Tucson, although the flowers are a washed-out pink color. The plant is extremely hardy, having taken 23F without damage (except to flower panicles). These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe greatheadii var. greatheadii 4-inch pots$8.00
This common species from southern Africa is a maculate Aloe with triangular leaves that tend to have withered tips. What makes this species distinctive is that it does not usually clump, unlike A. greatheadii var. davyana, and it flowers in winter in Tucson, although the flowers are a washed-out pink color. The plant is extremely hardy, having taken 23F without damage (except to flower panicles). These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe greatheadii var. greatheadii 5-inch pots$10.00
This common species from southern Africa is a maculate Aloe with triangular leaves that tend to have withered tips. What makes this species distinctive is that it does not usually clump, unlike A. greatheadii var. davyana, and it flowers in winter in Tucson, although the flowers are a washed-out pink color. The plant is extremely hardy, having taken 23F without damage (except to flower panicles). These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe greenii 4-inch pots$8.00
From KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa, this species likes it hot and shady. A prolific offsetter, this highly variable Aloe has light, bright green leaves banded with spots. This version is lighter in color than other clones of this species. A. greenii flowers mid-summer in Tucson, producing pink-red flowers, and it withstood low temperatures of 23 F with minimal damage. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe greenii 5-inch pots$10.00
From KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa, this species likes it hot and shady. A prolific offsetter, this highly variable Aloe has light, bright green leaves banded with spots. This version is lighter in color than other clones of this species. A. greenii flowers mid-summer in Tucson, producing pink-red flowers, and it withstood low temperatures of 23 F with minimal damage. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe greenii one-gallon pots$12.00
From KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa, this species likes it hot and shady. A prolific offsetter, this highly variable Aloe has light, bright green leaves banded with spots. This version is lighter in color than other clones of this species. A. greenii flowers mid-summer in Tucson, producing pink-red flowers, and it withstood low temperatures of 23 F with minimal damage. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe hahnii 4-inch pots$8.00
From the Limpopo Province of South Africa, this recently described species previously was thought to be a disjunct population of Aloe swynnertonii. These plants have solitary or sparsely offsetting rosettes with dark green leaves, which are spotted on the upper surface and immaculate but lined on the lower surface. The flowers are red and held in capitate inflorescences. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe hardyi 8-inch pots$30.00
This light-blue green Aloe is found in cliff habitats in Mpumalanga Province of South Africa. Because of its cremnophilous nature, it wants to hang from pots, curving upwards towards the light. The flowers are light red. This species has taken 18F with moderate leaf damage in Tucson. These plants are rooted offsets in 8-inch pots.
Aloe hardyi one-gallon pots$15.00
This light-blue green Aloe is found in cliff habitats in Mpumalanga Province of South Africa. Because of its cremnophilous nature, it wants to hang from pots, curving upwards towards the light. The flowers are light red. This species has taken 18F with moderate leaf damage in Tucson. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe harlana 3-inch pots$6.00
This species, from Ethiopia, is part of the complex that ranges from A. somaliensis to A. jucunda. When young, the leaves are a pale gray-green with multiple stretched white spots and a reddish blush; with age, the leaves tend to become immaculate. Unlike others in the group, this species does not prolifically offset. The flowers are yellow to red. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe harlana 4-inch pots$8.00
This species, from Ethiopia, is part of the complex that ranges from A. somaliensis to A. jucunda. When young, the leaves are a pale gray-green with multiple stretched white spots and a reddish blush; with age, the leaves tend to become immaculate. Unlike others in the group, this species does not prolifically offset. The flowers are yellow to red. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe harlana 5-inch pots$10.00
This species, from Ethiopia, is part of the complex that ranges from A. somaliensis to A. jucunda. When young, the leaves are a pale gray-green with multiple stretched white spots and a reddish blush; with age, the leaves tend to become immaculate. Unlike others in the group, this species does not prolifically offset. The flowers are yellow to red. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe haworthioides 3-inch pots$6.00
This wonderful Madagascan miniature Aloe has lanceolate leaves with white pustules and small hairs. The flowers are pale pink and inconspicuous and are produced in the late fall. This species has been used extensively in hybridizing, but we offer pure species. These plants are in 3-inch pots.
Aloe haworthioides 4-inch pots$8.00
This wonderful Madagascan miniature Aloe has lanceolate leaves with white pustules and small hairs. The flowers are pale pink and inconspicuous and are produced in the late fall. This species has been used extensively in hybridizing, but we offer pure species. These plants are in 4-inch pots.
Aloe haworthioides 5-inch pots$10.00
This wonderful Madagascan miniature Aloe has lanceolate leaves with white pustules and small hairs. The flowers are pale pink and inconspicuous and are produced in the late fall. This species has been used extensively in hybridizing, but we offer pure species. These plants are in 5-inch pots.
Aloe hemmingii 3-inch pots$6.00
From Somalia, this species is part of a complex that includes A. somalensis, A. harlana, and A. peckii. A. hemmingii sparsely offsets from its small rosettes that bear lancheolate brown-green leaves with near-linear white spots. The inflorescence is relatively short with small pink-red flowers. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe hemmingii 4-inch pots$8.00
From Somalia, this species is part of a complex that includes A. somalensis, A. harlana, and A. peckii. A. hemmingii sparsely offsets from its small rosettes that bear lancheolate brown-green leaves with near-linear white spots. The inflorescence is relatively short with small pink-red flowers. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe hemmingii 5-inch pots$10.00
From Somalia, this species is part of a complex that includes A. somalensis, A. harlana, and A. peckii. A. hemmingii sparsely offsets from its small rosettes that bear lancheolate brown-green leaves with near-linear white spots. The inflorescence is relatively short with small pink-red flowers. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe hereroensis 3-inch pots$6.00
This species is widely distributed in Namibia (where it was named for the Herero people) into the Northern Cape Province of South Africa. The plants tend to be solitary rosettes with vividly striped light gray-green leaves with few spots. The plants produce multicolored flowers (orange-red) in mid-winter. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe hereroensis 4-inch pots$8.00
This species is widely distributed in Namibia (where it was named for the Herero people) into the Northern Cape Province of South Africa. The plants tend to be solitary rosettes with vividly striped light gray-green leaves with few spots. The plants produce multicolored flowers (orange-red) in mid-winter. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe hereroensis 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is widely distributed in Namibia (where it was named for the Herero people) into the Northern Cape Province of South Africa. The plants tend to be solitary rosettes with vividly striped light gray-green leaves with few spots. The plants produce multicolored flowers (orange-red) in mid-winter. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe hereroensis one-gallon pots$15.00
This species is widely distributed in Namibia (where it was named for the Herero people) into the Northern Cape Province of South Africa. The plants tend to be solitary rosettes with vividly striped light gray-green leaves with few spots. The plants produce multicolored flowers (orange-red) in mid-winter. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe hildebrandtii 3-inch pots$6.00
This shrubby aloe is from Somalia, where it forms large clumps. The leaves are light green and speckled with white spots, and the margins are lined with small brownish teeth. The multicolored inflorescence is short and sparse. These plants are rooted offsets in 3-inch pots.
Aloe hildebrandtii 4-inch pots$8.00
This shrubby aloe is from Somalia, where it forms large clumps. The leaves are light green and speckled with white spots, and the margins are lined with small brownish teeth. The multicolored inflorescence is short and sparse. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe hildebrandtii 5-inch pots$10.00
This shrubby aloe is from Somalia, where it forms large clumps. The leaves are light green and speckled with white spots, and the margins are lined with small brownish teeth. The multicolored inflorescence is short and sparse. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe hildebrandtii one-gallon pots$15.00
This shrubby aloe is from Somalia, where it forms large clumps. The leaves are light green and speckled with white spots, and the margins are lined with small brownish teeth. The multicolored inflorescence is short and sparse. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe humilis (GM 417) 3-inch pots$6.00
This tiny blue-gray Aloe is from the Western and Eastern Cape Provinces of the Republic of South Africa. Our plants are GM 417, originally collected north of Hankey in the Eastern Cape Province. The leaves are unmarked but are covered with light thorny tubercles on the outsides. The flowers are bright red to pale orange. This species is frost hardy in Tucson. We offer this species in 3-inch pots.
Aloe humilis (GM 417) 4-inch pots$8.00
This tiny blue-gray Aloe is from the Western and Eastern Cape Provinces of the Republic of South Africa. Our plants are GM 417, originally collected north of Hankey in the Eastern Cape Province. The leaves are unmarked but are covered with light thorny tubercles on the outsides. The flowers are bright red to pale orange. This species is frost hardy in Tucson. We offer this species in 4-inch pots.
Aloe humilis (GM 417) 5-inch pots$10.00
This tiny blue-gray Aloe is from the Western and Eastern Cape Provinces of the Republic of South Africa. Our plants are GM 417, originally collected north of Hankey in the Eastern Cape Province. The leaves are unmarked but are covered with light thorny tubercles on the outsides. The flowers are bright red to pale orange. This species is frost hardy in Tucson. We offer this species in 5-inch pots.
Aloe humilis (GM 417) one-gallon pots$15.00
This tiny blue-gray Aloe is from the Western and Eastern Cape Provinces of South Africa. Our plants are GM 417, originally collected north of Hankey in the Eastern Cape Province. The leaves are unmarked but are covered with light thorny tubercles on the outsides. The flowers are bright red to pale orange. This species is frost hardy in Tucson. We offer this species in one-gallon pots.
Aloe ibitiensis 3-inch pots$6.00
We think we now have this medium-sized Aloe is from Madagascar. Aloe ibitensis has narrow leaves that are light green with many fine stripes. The flowers are scarlet and produced in the fall. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe ibitiensis 4-inch pots$8.00
We think we now have this medium-sized Aloe is from Madagascar. Aloe ibitensis has narrow leaves that are light green with many fine stripes. The flowers are scarlet and produced in the fall. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe imalotensis 5-inch pots$10.00
From Madagascar, this small species slowly offsets to form small clumps. The leaves are blue-green and unspotted with faint lines and a vaguely pink margin. The flowers are held in a dense, nearly capitate panicle and are red. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe imalotensis one-gallon pots$15.00
From Madagascar, this small species slowly offsets to form small clumps. The leaves are blue-green and unspotted with faint lines and a vaguely pink margin. The flowers are held in a dense, nearly capitate panicle and are red. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe inamara 5-inch pots$25.00
This cremnophilous species is from one locality in Angola. This offsetting species has short, pendulous stems producing a rosette of yellow-green white-spotted leaves. The flowers are orange-red. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe isaloensis 4-inch pots$8.00
From Madagascar, this shrubby Aloe has thin, flexible stems. The gray-green leaves lack significant marginal spines, are essentially linear, and are widely distributed along the stem. The flowers are bright red. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe isaloensis 5-inch pots$10.00
From Madagascar, this shrubby Aloe has thin, flexible stems. The gray-green leaves lack significant marginal spines, are essentially linear, and are widely distributed along the stem. The flowers are bright red. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe isaloensis one-gallon pots$15.00
From Madagascar, this shrubby Aloe has thin, flexible stems. The gray-green leaves lack significant marginal spines, are essentially linear, and are widely distributed along the stem. The flowers are bright red. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe jacksonii 4-inch pots$8.00
Aloe jacksonii is native to Ethiopia, where it occurs on rock outcrops. A prolific offsetter, this species has blue-green leaves with white spots. The flowers are red with white tips. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe jacksonii 5-inch pots$10.00
Aloe jacksonii is native to Ethiopia, where it occurs on rock outcrops. A prolific offsetter, this species has blue-green leaves with white spots. The flowers are red with white tips. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe jacksonii one-gallon pots$15.00
Aloe jacksonii is native to Ethiopia, where it occurs on rock outcrops. A prolific offsetter, this species has blue-green leaves with white spots. The flowers are red with white tips. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe jucunda 4-inch pots$8.00
This species, from Somalia, is part of the group that includes A. somaliensis, A. peckii, and A. hemmingii, and A. jucunda has both the smallest leaves and the greatest tendency to form large clumps. The leaves are triangular shaped and glossy, with pale white-green spots on a bright green background. The flowers range from pink to red. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe jucunda 5-inch pots$9.00
This species, from Somalia, is part of the group that includes A. somaliensis, A. peckii, and A. hemmingii, and A. jucunda has both the smallest leaves and the greatest tendency to form large clumps. The leaves are triangular shaped and glossy, with pale white-green spots on a bright green background. The flowers range from pink to red. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe jucunda one-gallon pots$15.00
This species, from Somalia, is part of the group that includes A. somaliensis, A. peckii, and A. hemmingii, and A. jucunda has both the smallest leaves and the greatest tendency to form large clumps. The leaves are triangular shaped and glossy, with pale white-green spots on a bright green background. The flowers range from pink to red. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe juvenna 4-inch pots$8.00
Known in the wild only from one locality in Kenya, this species is common in cultivation. Given sufficient time, it will form a small shrub that freely branches, producing deltoid, pale-green leaves with elongated white spots. As with many Aloes, the flowers are a coral-pink color. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe karasbergensis 3-inch pots$6.00
This species produces large, sparsely offsetting rosettes and is from the Northern Cape Province of South Africa and southern Namibia. The leaves are blue-gray with some pastel orange-red hints and have prominent stripes, making it one of the prettiest of the Aloes. The flowers are small in comparison to the size of the rosettes and are red. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe karasbergensis 4-inch pots$8.00
This species produces large, sparsely offsetting rosettes and is from the Northern Cape Province of South Africa and southern Namibia. The leaves are blue-gray with some pastel orange-red hints and have prominent stripes, making it one of the prettiest of the Aloes. The flowers are small in comparison to the size of the rosettes and are red. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe karasbergensis 5-inch pots$10.00
This species produces large, sparsely offsetting rosettes and is from the Northern Cape Province of South Africa and southern Namibia. The leaves are blue-gray with some pastel orange-red hints and have prominent stripes, making it one of the prettiest of the Aloes. The flowers are small in comparison to the size of the rosettes and are red. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe kedongensis one-gallon pots$15.00
From the Kedong Valley, part of the Great Rift Valley system of Kenya, Aloe kedongensis is a shrub with thin, green leaves with distinct soft spines on the margins. In the wild, the plant develops an extremely large trunk and root system. The flowers are bright red and tend to form on all of the multiple stems formed by this species. Our plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe kedongensis one-gallon pots$15.00
From the Kedong Valley, part of the Great Rift Valley system of Kenya, Aloe kedongensis is a shrub with thin, green leaves with distinct soft spines on the margins. In the wild, the plant develops an extremely large trunk and root system. The flowers are bright red and tend to form on all of the multiple stems formed by this species. Our plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe khamiesensis 3-inch pots$6.00
This narrow endemic tree Aloe is from the vicinity of Khamieskroon in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa. The leaves are lancheolate and a dark dull green with white spots, making this species quite distinctive. The flowers are orange to red in color. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe khamiesensis 4-inch pots$8.00
This narrow endemic tree Aloe is from the vicinity of Khamieskroon in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa. The leaves are lancheolate and a dark dull green with white spots, making this species quite distinctive. The flowers are orange to red in color. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe khamiesensis 5-inch pots$10.00
This narrow endemic tree Aloe is from the vicinity of Khamieskroon in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa. The leaves are lancheolate and a dark dull green with white spots, making this species quite distinctive. The flowers are orange to red in color. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe kouebokkeveldensis 3-inch pots$6.00
This recently described species is part of the Aloe striata complex and most closely resembles Aloe buhrii in size and form. The glaucous gray-green leaves are relatively large on the slowly offsetting rosettes. The flowers are orange-red. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe kouebokkeveldensis 4-inch pots$8.00
This recently described species is part of the Aloe striata complex and most closely resembles Aloe buhrii in size and form. The glaucous gray-green leaves are relatively large on the slowly offsetting rosettes. The flowers are orange-red. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe kouebokkeveldensis 5-inch pots$10.00
This recently described species is part of the Aloe striata complex and most closely resembles Aloe buhrii in size and form. The glaucous gray-green leaves are relatively large on the slowly offsetting rosettes. The flowers are orange-red. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe kouebokkeveldensis one-gallon pots$15.00
This recently described species is part of the Aloe striata complex and most closely resembles Aloe buhrii in size and form. The glaucous gray-green leaves are relatively large on the slowly offsetting rosettes. The flowers are orange-red. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe kraussii 3-inch pots$6.00
This grass Aloe could be just a low-level form of Aloe ecklonis, but it is kept separate because of some differences from that species. It grows in coastal areas of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa, and it has medium-sized offsetting rosettes with thin, immaculate leaves. The flowers are capitate and yellow with green tips. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe labworana 3-inch pots$6.00
This species is from northern Uganda and southern Sudan. Closely related to Aloe schweinfurthii, it has rosettes that offset and bear gray-green spotted leaves. The flowers are yellow and held in multibranched inflorescences. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe labworana 4-inch pots$8.00
This species is from northern Uganda and southern Sudan. Closely related to Aloe schweinfurthii, it has rosettes that offset and bear gray-green spotted leaves. The flowers are yellow and held in multibranched inflorescences. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe labworana 5-inch pots$11.00
This species is from northern Uganda and southern Sudan. Closely related to Aloe schweinfurthii, it has rosettes that offset and bear gray-green spotted leaves. The flowers are yellow and held in multibranched inflorescences. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe lateritia var. graminicola (WY 1103) 4-inch pots$8.00
This species, from Ethiopia and Kenya, is a maculate Aloe that forms dense clumps. These plants are propagated from a maculate form originally collected near Gilgil, Kenya. The leaves are distinctively different from other maculates, generally in terms of its lighter green color and irregular banding of white spots. The flowers range in color from orange to red. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe lateritia var. graminicola (WY 1103) 5-inch pots$10.00
This species, from Ethiopia and Kenya, is a maculate Aloe that forms dense clumps. These plants are propagated from a maculate form originally collected near Gilgil, Kenya. The leaves are distinctively different from other maculates, generally in terms of its lighter green color and irregular banding of white spots. The flowers range in color from orange to red. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe lateritia var. graminicola (WY 1104) 5-inch pots$10.00
This species, from Ethiopia and Kenya, is a maculate Aloe that forms dense clumps. These plants are propagated from an immaculate form originally collected near Gilgil, Kenya. The leaves are distinctively different from other maculates, generally in terms of its lighter green color without spots. The flowers range in color from orange to red. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe lateritia var. graminicola (WY 1104) one-gallon pots$15.00
This species, from Ethiopia and Kenya, is a maculate Aloe that forms dense clumps. These plants are propagated from an immaculate form originally collected near Gilgil, Kenya. The leaves are distinctively different from other maculates, generally in terms of its lighter green color without spots. The flowers range in color from orange to red. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe lateritia var. graminicola one-gallon pots$15.00
This species, from Ethiopia and Kenya, is a maculate Aloe that forms dense clumps. The leaves are distinctively different from other maculates, generally in terms of its lighter green color and irregular banding of white spots. The flowers range in color from orange to red. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe lateritia var. lateritia (WY 1043) 4-inch pots$8.00
From material collected originally west of Mwatate, Kenya (WY 1043), this species is distributed in Kenya and Tanzania, generally east of the Great Rift Valley. These plants prolifically offset when mature. The leaves are green with white spots and little purple dashes when young. The flowers are orange-red. Since A. lateritia var. graminicola can take frost down to 20F, we assume this one can too although we have not tried it. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe lateritia var. lateritia (WY 1043) one-gallon pots$15.00
From material collected originally west of Mwatate, Kenya (WY 1043), this species is distributed in Kenya and Tanzania, generally east of the Great Rift Valley. These plants prolifically offset when mature. The leaves are green with white spots and little purple dashes when young. The flowers are orange-red. Since A. lateritia var. graminicola can take frost down to 20F, we assume this one can too although we have not tried it. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe lavranosii 3-inch pots$6.00
We previously listed this offering as Aloe sp. aff. doei from Yemen, then as A. splendens, now as A. lavranosii after John Lavranos, who originally described the species. This Aloe has beautiful bluish-green unspotted leaves and forms solitary rosettes. Its flowers are yellow and quite hairy, in line with the original description of Aloe doei. This plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe lavranosii 4-inch pots$8.00
We previously listed this offering as Aloe sp. aff. doei from Yemen, then as A. splendens, now as A. lavranosii after John Lavranos, who originally described the species. This Aloe has beautiful bluish-green unspotted leaves and forms solitary rosettes. Its flowers are yellow and quite hairy, in line with the original description of Aloe doei. This plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe lavranosii 5-inch pots$10.00
We previously listed this offering as Aloe sp. aff. doei from Yemen, then as A. splendens, now as A. lavranosii after John Lavranos, who originally described the species. This Aloe has beautiful bluish-green unspotted leaves and forms solitary rosettes. Its flowers are yellow and quite hairy, in line with the original description of Aloe doei. This plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe lavranosii one-gallon pots$15.00
We previously listed this offering as Aloe sp. aff. doei from Yemen, then as A. splendens, now as A. lavranosii after John Lavranos, who originally described the species. This Aloe has beautiful bluish-green unspotted leaves and forms solitary rosettes. Its flowers are yellow and quite hairy, in line with the original description of Aloe doei. This plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe leptosiphon 5-inch pots$12.00
Aloe leptosiphon, previously known as Aloe greenwayi, is from northeastern Tanzania. It is a short-shrubby species that occupies rocky slopes. These plants have yellow-green leaves. The flowers are yellow turning bright red. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe leptosiphon one-gallon pots$18.00
Aloe leptosiphon, previously known as Aloe greenwayi, is from northeastern Tanzania. It is a short-shrubby species that occupies rocky slopes. These plants have yellow-green leaves. The flowers are yellow turning bright red. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe lettyae 5-inch pots$12.00
From the Limpopo Province of South Africa, in a limited distribution, this species is similar vegetatively to Aloe zebrina. It differs primarily because of the globose base of the flowers, which is quite unique, and the curving branches of the inflorescence. Those flowers are orange-red. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe lineata (Blue Strap Form) 4-inch pots$8.00
This form of Aloe lineata, which is common in the Western Cape Province of the Republic of South Africa, has distichous, strap-like leaves instead of the typical triangular rosettes. While we?ve seen this type of leaf growth on mature plants in habitat, we?ve never seen an entire plant like these. This version, sold to us under the bogus name of A. glaucescens, has blue-green leaves with yellow-green striping. We have rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe lineata (Blue Strap Form) 5-inch pots$10.00
This form of Aloe lineata, which is common in the Western Cape Province of South Africa, has distichous, strap-like leaves instead of the typical triangular rosettes. While we‘ve seen this type of leaf growth on mature plants in habitat, we‘ve never seen an entire plant like these. This version, sold to us under the bogus name of A. glaucescens, has blue-green leaves with yellow-green striping. We have rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe lineata (Blue Strap Form) one-gallon pots$15.00
This form of Aloe lineata, which is common in the Western Cape Province of South Africa, has distichous, strap-like leaves instead of the typical triangular rosettes. While we?ve seen this type of leaf growth on mature plants in habitat, we?ve never seen an entire plant like these. This version, sold to us under the bogus name of A. glaucescens, has blue-green leaves with yellow-green striping. We have rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe lineata (Strap Form) 4-inch pots$8.00
This form of Aloe lineata, which is common in the Western Cape Province of the Republic of South Africa, has distichous, strap-like leaves instead of the typical triangular rosettes. While we?ve seen this type of leaf growth on mature plants in habitat, we?ve never seen an entire plant like these. It has the lovely, yellow-green striping characteristic of this species. We have these plants in 4-inch pots.
Aloe lineata (Strap Form) 5-inch pots$10.00
This form of Aloe lineata, which is common in the Western Cape Province of South Africa, has distichous, strap-like leaves instead of the typical triangular rosettes. While we‘ve seen this type of leaf growth on mature plants in habitat, we‘ve never seen an entire plant like these. It has the lovely, yellow-green striping characteristic of this species. We have these rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe lineata (Strap Form) one-gallon pots$15.00
This form of Aloe lineata, which is common in the Western Cape Province of the Republic of South Africa, has distichous, strap-like leaves instead of the typical triangular rosettes. While we've seen this type of leaf growth on mature plants in habitat, we've never seen an entire plant like these. It has the lovely, yellow-green striping characteristic of this species. We have these rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe lineata 2-gallon pots$30.00
This form of Aloe lineata, which is common in the Western Cape Province of South Africa, has short, upright stems with a rosette of triangular leaves. It has the lovely, yellow-green striping characteristic of this species, which is hardy down to 20F in Tucson. We have seedlings in 2-gallon pots.
Aloe lineata 4-inch pots$8.00
This form of Aloe lineata, which is common in the Western Cape Province of South Africa, has short, upright stems with a rosette of triangular leaves. It has the lovely, yellow-green striping characteristic of this species, which is hardy down to 20F in Tucson. We have seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe lineata 5-inch pots$10.00
This form of Aloe lineata, which is common in the Western Cape Province of the Republic of South Africa, has short, upright stems with a rosette of triangular leaves. It has the lovely, yellow-green striping characteristic of this species, which is hardy down to 20F in Tucson. We have seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe lineata one-gallon pots$12.00
This form of Aloe lineata, which is common in the Western Cape Province of South Africa, has short, upright stems with a rosette of triangular leaves. It has the lovely, yellow-green striping characteristic of this species, which is hardy down to 20F in Tucson. We have seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe littoralis 8-inch pots$25.00
This tree Aloe occurs in a broad swath from Angola and Namibia across south-central Africa to Mozambique. Typically solitary on its trunk, this usually maculate species puts out large panicles of red flowers during the summer and fall. This is perhaps the most common tree Aloe in Namibia, and it has a prominent place in the national botanical garden in Windhoek. Our plants are in 8-inch pots.
Aloe lolwensis 3-inch pots$6.00
This species is from the Kenyan islands and shore of Lake Victoria (Lolwe). Related to Aloe mubendiensis from Uganda, this is an offsetting species with glossy green leaves. The flowers are red and held in a multibranched inflorescence. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe lolwensis 4-inch pots$8.00
This species is from the Kenyan islands and shore of Lake Victoria (Lolwe). Related to Aloe mubendiensis from Uganda, this is an offsetting species with glossy green leaves. The flowers are red and held in a multibranched inflorescence. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe lolwensis 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is from the Kenyan islands and shore of Lake Victoria (Lolwe). Related to Aloe mubendiensis from Uganda, this is an offsetting species with glossy green leaves. The flowers are red and held in a multibranched inflorescence. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe lomatophylloides one-gallon pots$15.00
Endemic to Rodrigues Island off the eastern coast of Africa, this former member of the genus Lomatophyllum is a shrubby aloe with flexible stems. The long, light green leaves are nearly linear and have a deep furrow. The flowers are orange-red. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe longibracteata 4-inch pots$8.00
This species is endemic to the northeastern provinces of South Africa, particularly Mpumalanga and Limpopo Provinces. Some have considered this to be part of the Aloe greatheadii var. davyana complex, but the recent Aloe book distinguishes it on the basis of its overall larger floral characteristics, including larger flowers and longer bracts (hence the epithet). These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe longibracteata 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is endemic to the northeastern provinces of South Africa, particularly Mpumalanga and Limpopo Provinces. Some have considered this to be part of the Aloe greatheadii var. davyana complex, but the recent Aloe book distinguishes it on the basis of its overall larger floral characteristics, including larger flowers and longer bracts (hence the epithet). These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe longistyla (Beaufort West) 3-inch pots$6.00
Aloe longistyla is mostly from the Western Cape Province of South Africa, with some overlap into the Eastern Cape. This small, sparsely clumping species has relatively thin, spiny leaves at maturity. Our plants are the larger form from material originally collected near Beaufort West. This species has one of the largest inflorescences in terms of size of plant within the Aloaceae. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe longistyla (Beaufort West) 4-inch pots$8.00
Aloe longistyla is mostly from the Western Cape Province of South Africa, with some overlap into the Eastern Cape. This small, sparsely clumping species has relatively thin, spiny leaves at maturity. Our plants are the larger form from material originally collected near Beaufort West. This species has one of the largest inflorescences in terms of size of plant within the Aloaceae. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe longistyla (Calitzdorp) 3-inch pots$6.00
Aloe longistyla is mostly from the Western Cape Province of South Africa, with some overlap into the Eastern Cape. This small, sparsely clumping species has relatively thin, spiny leaves at maturity. These plants are the smaller form from material originally collected near Calitzdorp. This species has one of the largest inflorescences in terms of size of plant within the Aloaceae. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe longistyla (Calitzdorp) 4-inch pots$8.00
Aloe longistyla is mostly from the Western Cape Province of South Africa, with some overlap into the Eastern Cape. This small, sparsely clumping species has relatively thin, spiny leaves at maturity. These plants are the smaller form from material originally collected near Calitzdorp. This species has one of the largest inflorescences in terms of size of plant within the Aloaceae. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe longistyla (Calitzdorp) 5-inch pots$10.00
Aloe longistyla is mostly from the Western Cape Province of South Africa, with some overlap into the Eastern Cape. This small, sparsely clumping species has relatively thin, spiny leaves at maturity. These plants are the smaller form from material originally collected near Calitzdorp. This species has one of the largest inflorescences in terms of size of plant within the Aloaceae. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe lutescens 4-inch pots$8.00
Aloe lutescens, from the Northern Transvaal of the Republic of South Africa, has yellow-green leaves and forms an inflorescence of yellow flowers. This species forms clumps of offsets with time. This species is a nice contrast to Aloe cryptopoda, which has orange-red flowers but has a similar form. Our plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe lutescens 5-inch pots$10.00
Aloe lutescens, from the Northern Transvaal of South Africa, has yellow-green leaves and forms an inflorescence of yellow flowers. This species forms clumps of offsets with time. This species is a nice contrast to Aloe cryptopoda, which has orange-red flowers but has a similar form. Our plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe macrocarpa (commutata) 4-inch pots$8.00
Aloe macrocarpa is perhaps the most geographically widespread of the Aloes in Africa, with a distribution extending from Ethiopia to Ghana. This offering is of a prolifically clumping version once called Aloe commutata and listed as a probable hybrid by Reynolds, but recent work lumps it within the highly variable A. macrocarpa clan. This maculate species has reddish flowers, and it flowers freely. We offer plants in 4-inch pots.
Aloe macrocarpa (commutata) 5-inch pots$10.00
Aloe macrocarpa is perhaps the most geographically widespread of the Aloes in Africa, with a distribution extending from Ethiopia to Ghana. This offering is of a prolifically clumping version once called Aloe commutata and listed as a probable hybrid by Reynolds, but recent work lumps it within the highly variable A. macrocarpa clan. This maculate species has reddish flowers, and it flowers freely. We offer plants in 5-inch pots.
Aloe macrosiphon one-gallon pots$15.00
This beautiful clustering aloe, rarely offered, is from a wide area of East Africa. The glossy green leaves have large white markings reminiscent of the A. somaliensis group, but this species grows further south in Africa and is much larger. It also has a resemblance to A. parvidens. The flowers held in tall panicles and are pale red. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe maculata 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is widely distributed along the southeastern coast of South Africa, extending into the interior including Lesotho. This stemless, prolifically offsetting species is the classic spotted Aloe, hence the name. The flowers are held in a capitate inflorescence with flowers ranging from orange to red. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe maculata one-gallon pots$15.00
This species is widely distributed along the southeastern coast of South Africa, extending into the interior including Lesotho. This stemless, prolifically offsetting species is the classic spotted Aloe, hence the name. The flowers are held in a capitate inflorescence with flowers ranging from orange to red. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe madecassa 3-inch pots$6.00
This species could actually be A. deltoideodonta var. deltoideodonta, since that variety of a large complex is essentially unknown. However, these plants have the name of A. madecassa, and while it does have the same size and leaf shape of that species, we keep it here. The deltoid leaves are a gray-green to blue-green color and the flowers are orange-red. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe madecassa 4-inch pots$8.00
This species could actually be A. deltoideodonta var. deltoideodonta, since that variety of a large complex is essentially unknown. However, these plants have the name of A. madecassa, and while it does have the same size and leaf shape of that species, we keep it here. The deltoid leaves are a gray-green to blue-green color and the flowers are orange-red. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe mandotoensis 3-inch pots$7.00
From the vicinity of Mandoto, Madagascar, this is a recently described species. This solitary species is related to Aloe macroclada, but these plants eventually have stems, creating a small shrub. The flowers are red. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe mandotoensis 4-inch pots$9.00
From the vicinity of Mandoto, Madagascar, this is a recently described species. This solitary species is related to Aloe macroclada, but these plants eventually have stems, creating a small shrub. The flowers are red. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe mandotoensis 5-inch pots$11.00
From the vicinity of Mandoto, Madagascar, this is a recently described species. This solitary species is related to Aloe macroclada, but these plants eventually have stems, creating a small shrub. The flowers are red. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe marlothii (Utrecht) 3-inch pots$6.00
This species is wide-ranging in southeastern Africa with localities in Botswana, Swaziland, and several provinces of South Africa. These plants were propagated from material originally collected near Utrecht in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It is a short tree with a broad canopy of triangular-shaped, blue-green leaves covered with prickles. The flowers are red and held in a multibranched inflorescence. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe marlothii (Utrecht) 4-inch pots$8.00
This species is wide-ranging in southeastern Africa with localities in Botswana, Swaziland, and several provinces of South Africa. These plants were propagated from material originally collected near Utrecht in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It is a short tree with a broad canopy of triangular-shaped, blue-green leaves covered with prickles. The flowers are red and held in a multibranched inflorescence. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe marlothii (Utrecht) 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is wide-ranging in southeastern Africa with localities in Botswana, Swaziland, and several provinces of South Africa. These plants were propagated from material originally collected near Utrecht in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It is a short tree with a broad canopy of triangular-shaped, blue-green leaves covered with prickles. The flowers are red and held in a multibranched inflorescence. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe marlothii one-gallon pots$15.00
This species is wide-ranging in southeastern Africa with localities in Botswana, Swaziland, and several provinces of South Africa. It is a short tree with a broad canopy of triangular-shaped, blue-green leaves covered with prickles. The flowers are yellow and held in a multibranched inflorescence. We grow this species outside in Tucson, where it withstands temperatures as low as 18F. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe massawana 5-inch pots$10.00
Originally named for Massawana, Eritrea, this plant is actually from near Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and has a controversial taxonomy. This was in part resolved with the creation of A. eumassawana to account for the Eritrean plants. The plant is very similar in ecology and form to other species, including Aloe vera from southern Oman and Aloe officionalis from western Yemen; it may well be a hybrid related to Arab trading along the east coast of Africa. The plants have medium rosettes and offset prolifically. The leaves are a light green, unlike the gray-green color of Aloe vera, and the flowers are held in a loose inflorescence of red flowers, not a tightly appressed inflorescence of yellow flowers as in A. vera. The plants seem able to withstand moderate frost, perhaps to 25F. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe massawana one-gallon pots$15.00
Originally named for Massawana, Eritrea, this plant is actually from near Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and has a controversial taxonomy. This was in part resolved with the creation of A. eumassawana to account for the Eritrean plants. The plant is very similar in ecology and form to other species, including Aloe vera from southern Oman and Aloe officionalis from western Yemen; it may well be a hybrid related to Arab trading along the east coast of Africa. The plants have medium rosettes and offset prolifically. The leaves are a light green, unlike the gray-green color of Aloe vera, and the flowers are held in a loose inflorescence of red flowers, not a tightly appressed inflorescence of yellow flowers as in A. vera. The plants seem able to withstand moderate frost, perhaps to 25F. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe mcloughlinii (Blue Nile form) 5-inch pots$10.00
This species, from along the Blue Nile in Ethiopia, forms small clumps of relatively large rosettes. Within the group that includes A. somaliensis and A. jucunda, this species has intermediate-sized rosettes and tends to have more of a brownish-bronzed color to the leaves, which contain significant whitish-green elongated spots. The leaf margins have small brownish teeth, and the inflorescence is red fading to pink. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe mcloughlinii 3-inch pots$6.00
This species, from Ethiopia and Djibouti, forms small clumps of relatively large rosettes. Within the group that includes A. somaliensis and A. jucunda, this species has intermediate-sized rosettes and tends to have more of a brownish-bronzed color to the leaves, which contain significant whitish-green elongated spots. The leaf margins have small brownish teeth, and the inflorescence is red fading to pink. These plants, from material originally collected by John Lavranos, are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe mcloughlinii 4-inch pots$8.00
This species, from Ethiopia and Djibouti, forms small clumps of relatively large rosettes. Within the group that includes A. somaliensis and A. jucunda, this species has intermediate-sized rosettes and tends to have more of a brownish-bronzed color to the leaves, which contain significant whitish-green elongated spots. The leaf margins have small brownish teeth, and the inflorescence is red fading to pink. These plants, from material originally collected by John Lavranos, are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe megalacantha 3-inch pots$6.00
From Ethiopia and Somalia, this short-growing species with large, spreading leaves forms a shrub in habitat. The deeply channeled leaves have magnificent, reddish teeth. The flowers are variable in color, from yellow to red. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe megalacantha 4-inch pots$8.00
From Ethiopia and Somalia, this short-growing species with large, spreading leaves forms a shrub in habitat. The deeply channeled leaves have magnificent, reddish teeth. The flowers are variable in color, from yellow to red. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe megalacantha 5-inch pots$10.00
From Ethiopia and Somalia, this short-growing species with large, spreading leaves forms a shrub in habitat. The deeply channeled leaves have magnificent, reddish teeth. The flowers are variable in color, from yellow to red. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe megalacantha one-gallon pots$15.00
From Ethiopia and Somalia, this short-growing species with large, spreading leaves forms a shrub in habitat. The deeply channeled leaves have magnificent, reddish teeth. The flowers are variable in color, from yellow to red. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe melanacantha 4-inch pots$9.00
This beautiful Aloe is from the Northern Cape Province of South Africa and occurs into southern Namibia. Known for its fierce black spines, which start out white as in our photograph, this species is slow growing but eventually forms a large, very attractive ball of a plant. These plants are in 4-inch pots.
Aloe menyharthii 10-inch pots$30.00
This species is from southern Malawi and adjacent Mozambique. It is a solitary or sparsely offsetting species with gray-green, maculate leaves with striations, particularly on the under surface. The flowers are capitate and red. These plants are seedlings in 10-inch pots.
Aloe menyharthii 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is from southern Malawi and adjacent Mozambique. It is a solitary or sparsely offsetting species with gray-green, maculate leaves with striations, particularly on the under surface. The flowers are capitate and red. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe menyharthii one-gallon pots$15.00
This species is from southern Malawi and adjacent Mozambique. It is a solitary or sparsely offsetting species with gray-green, maculate leaves with striations, particularly on the under surface. The flowers are capitate and red. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe meyeri 5-inch pots$12.00
From the eastern Richtersveld Region of the Northern Cape Province, South Africa, this cremnophilous species tends to hang off cliffs. It has a creeping habit, with small, triangular leaves that initially are rosulate but then arranged along the branches. The flowers are orange-red with green lips. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe microstigma 3-inch pots$6.00
Aloe microstigma is common in the Eastern and Western Cape Provinces of South Africa, and the species extends northward through the Great Karoo into southern Namibia. A highly variable species, ours have leaves with white irregular spots and red flowers. Originally, our seeds came from Ribbokkop, Worcester, South Africa. We offer this species in 3-inch pots.
Aloe microstigma 4-inch pots$8.00
Aloe microstigma is common in the Eastern and Western Cape Provinces of South Africa, and the species extends northward through the Great Karoo into southern Namibia. A highly variable species, ours have leaves with white irregular spots and red flowers. Originally, our seeds came from Ribbokkop, Worcester, South Africa. We offer this species in 4-inch pots.
Aloe microstigma 5-inch pots$10.00
Aloe microstigma is common in the Eastern and Western Cape Provinces of South Africa, and the species extends northward through the Great Karoo into southern Namibia. A highly variable species, ours have leaves with white irregular spots and red flowers. Originally, our seeds came from Ribbokkop, Worcester, South Africa. We offer this species in 5-inch pots.
Aloe microstigma 8-inch pots$18.00
Aloe microstigma is common in the Eastern and Western Cape Provinces of South Africa, and the species extends northward through the Great Karoo into southern Namibia. A highly variable species, ours have leaves with white irregular spots and red flowers. Originally, our seeds came from Ribbokkop, Worcester, South Africa. We offer this species in 8-inch pots.
Aloe microstigma one-gallon pots$15.00
Aloe microstigma is common in the Eastern and Western Cape Provinces of South Africa, and the species extends northward through the Great Karoo into southern Namibia. A highly variable species, ours have leaves with white irregular spots and red flowers. Originally, our seeds came from Ribbokkop, Worcester, South Africa. We offer this species in one-gallon pots.
Aloe millotii 4-inch pots$8.00
A forest plant from Madagascar, this small shrubby species is related to A. antandroi. Numerous creeping stems produce nearly distichous leaves that are small, nearly linear, and gray green. The flowers are a bright red. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe millotii 5-inch pots$10.00
A forest plant from Madagascar, this small shrubby species is related to A. antandroi. Numerous creeping stems produce nearly distichous leaves that are small, nearly linear, and gray green. The flowers are a bright red. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe millotii one-gallon pots$15.00
A forest plant from Madagascar, this small shrubby species is related to A. antandroi. Numerous creeping stems produce nearly distichous leaves that are small, nearly linear, and gray green. The flowers are a bright red. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe mitriformis 3-inch pots$7.00
This species is from western South Africa, where it grows in the winter rainfall zone. Some consider it to be part of the Aloe perfoliata complex, which is a very confused concept as applied to any Aloes. However, they insist that this is the same thing as A. distans and A. comptonii, which we think are very different indeed. The stems of deltoid, glaucous-green leaves creep along the ground, forming dense groups in nature. The flowers are red. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe mitriformis 4-inch pots$9.00
This species is from western South Africa, where it grows in the winter rainfall zone. Some consider it to be part of the Aloe perfoliata complex, which is a very confused concept as applied to any Aloes. However, they insist that this is the same thing as A. distans and A. comptonii, which we think are very different indeed. The stems of deltoid, glaucous-green leaves creep along the ground, forming dense groups in nature. The flowers are red. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe morijensis 5-inch pots$8.00
With A. fibrosa, A. kedongensis, A. rabaiensis, and A. nyeriensis, this group of shrubby aloes has a distribution across southern Kenya and northern Tanzania. A. morijensis, which occurs in the southwest part of the group‘s distribution, has distinctive, heavily spotted light green leaves. The multicolored flowers are mostly orange and red. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe morijensis one-gallon pots$12.00
With A. fibrosa, A. kedongensis, A. rabaiensis, and A. nyeriensis, this group of shrubby aloes has a distribution across southern Kenya and northern Tanzania. A. morijensis, which occurs in the southwest part of the group?s distribution, has distinctive, heavily spotted light green leaves. The multicolored flowers are mostly orange and red. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe mossurilensis 3-inch pots$8.00
This recently described species is from the coast of Mossuril Bay in northern Mozambique. It is fairly unique among Aloes for the strong brown-green color and bold white spots of the leaves, which clasp along the stems. The plants strongly clump, forming small shrubs with upright stems. The flowers are light red and appear to be difficult to attain in cultivation. These plants are rooted cuttings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe mossurilensis 4-inch pots$10.00
This recently described species is from the coast of Mossuril Bay in northern Mozambique. It is fairly unique among Aloes for the strong brown-green color and bold white spots of the leaves, which clasp along the stems. The plants strongly clump, forming small shrubs with upright stems. The flowers are light red and appear to be difficult to attain in cultivation. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe mossurilensis 5-inch pots$12.00
This recently described species is from the coast of Mossuril Bay in northern Mozambique. It is fairly unique among Aloes for the strong brown-green color and bold white spots of the leaves, which clasp along the stems. The plants strongly clump, forming small shrubs with upright stems. The flowers are light red and appear to be difficult to attain in cultivation. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe mubendiensis 4-inch pots$8.00
This species has affinity to Aloe labworana, related to the larger A. schweinfurthii complex that spans sub-Saharan Africa. The leaves of this offsetting species have occasional spots and lineations, and the flowers are dense and orange-red. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe mubendiensis 5-inch pots$10.00
This species has affinity to Aloe labworana, related to the larger A. schweinfurthii complex that spans sub-Saharan Africa. The leaves of this offsetting species have occasional spots and lineations, and the flowers are dense and orange-red. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe mudenensis 4-inch pots$8.00
From KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa, this spotted Aloe rarely offsets. The blue-green leaves with dense white spots are very attractive, and the flowers are red-orange. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe mudenensis 5-inch pots$10.00
From KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa, this spotted Aloe rarely offsets. The blue-green leaves with dense white spots are very attractive, and the flowers are red-orange. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe mudenensis one-gallon pots$15.00
From KwaZulu-Natal Province of the Republic of South Africa, this spotted Aloe rarely offsets. The blue-green leaves with dense white spots are very attractive, and the flowers are red-orange. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe mutabilis 5-inch pots$10.00
This species comes from the northeastern provinces of the Republic of South Africa, where, like A. hardyi, it occurs on steep slopes to vertical cliffs. It is distinctive because of its light blue-green leaves and highly flexible stems, which appear designed more to hang than to remain upright. The flowers evolve to a yellow when mature. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe mutabilis one-gallon pots$15.00
This species comes from the northeastern provinces of the Republic of South Africa, where, like A. hardyi, it occurs on steep slopes to vertical cliffs. It is distinctive because of its light blue-green leaves and highly flexible stems, which appear designed more to hang than to remain upright. The flowers evolve to a yellow when mature. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe ngongensis (WY 1057) 5-inch pots$10.00
Aloe ngongensis grows in the Ngong Hills west of Nairobi, Kenya (WY 1057), and its range extends out into the lower elevation Rift Valley. This species forms clumps that range in height from 4 to 6 feet and has a distinctive blue-green rosette. The flowers are orange-red. The species may be frost hardy in Tucson, but we have not tested that yet. Our plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe ngongensis (WY 1057) one-gallon pots$15.00
Aloe ngongensis grows in the Ngong Hills west of Nairobi, Kenya (WY 1057), and its range extends out into the lower elevation Rift Valley. This species forms clumps that range in height from 4 to 6 feet and has a distinctive blue-green rosette. The flowers are orange-red. The species may be frost hardy in Tucson, but we have not tested that yet. Our plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe niebuhriana 3-gallon pots$35.00
From Yemen and Saudi Arabia, this species can sucker profusely under the right conditions. The leaves are gray or yellow green with purple highlights and, like many Arabian species, are spotted when the plants are young. The flowers are usually bright red. These plants are seedlings in 3-gallon pots.
Aloe niebuhriana 3-inch pots$6.00
From Yemen and Saudi Arabia, this species can sucker profusely under the right conditions. The leaves are gray or yellow green with purple highlights and, like many Arabian species, are spotted when the plants are young. The flowers are usually bright red. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe niebuhriana 4-inch pots$8.00
From Yemen and Saudi Arabia, this species can sucker profusely under the right conditions. The leaves are gray or yellow green with purple highlights and, like many Arabian species, are spotted when the plants are young. The flowers are usually bright red. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe niebuhriana 5-inch pots$10.00
From Yemen and Saudi Arabia, this species can sucker profusely under the right conditions. The leaves are gray or yellow green with purple highlights and, like many Arabian species, are spotted when the plants are young. The flowers are usually bright red. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe niebuhriana 8-inch pots$25.00
From Yemen and Saudi Arabia, this species can sucker profusely under the right conditions. The leaves are gray or yellow green with purple highlights and, like many Arabian species, are spotted when the plants are young. The flowers are usually bright red. These plants are seedlings in 8-inch pots.
Aloe niebuhriana one-gallon pots$15.00
From Yemen and Saudi Arabia, this species can sucker profusely under the right conditions. The leaves are gray or yellow green with purple highlights and, like many Arabian species, are spotted when the plants are young. The flowers are usually bright red. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe nobilis (variegated) 4-inch pots$10.00
This hybrid has long been known in the trade and once achieved species status. It probably is a hybrid between Aloe distans and A. brevifolia, possessing the light green leaves and spots of the former and the dense marginal spines of the latter. These plants, moreover, are variegated with streaks of yellow and orange. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe nobilis one-gallon pots$15.00
This hybrid has long been known in the trade and once achieved species status. It probably is a hybrid between Aloe distans and A. brevifolia, possessing the light green leaves and spots of the former and the dense marginal spines of the latter. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe nyeriensis (WY 1193) 3-inch pots$6.00
From central Kenya, this species is part of the group that includes A. rabaiensis and A. kedongensis. The original material used for propagating these plants came from near Nyeri, Kenya (WY 1193). This shrubby species, which offsets from the base, has gray-green leaves with prominent marginal teeth. The flowers are bright red. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe nyeriensis (WY 1193) 4-inch pots$8.00
From central Kenya, this species is part of the group that includes A. rabaiensis and A. kedongensis. The original material used for propagating these plants came from near Nyeri, Kenya (WY 1193). This shrubby species, which offsets from the base, has gray-green leaves with prominent marginal teeth. The flowers are bright red. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe nyeriensis (WY 1193) 5-inch pots$10.00
From central Kenya, this species is part of the group that includes A. rabaiensis and A. kedongensis. The original material used for propagating these plants came from near Nyeri, Kenya (WY 1193). This shrubby species, which offsets from the base, has gray-green leaves with prominent marginal teeth. The flowers are bright red. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe nyeriensis 5-inch pots$10.00
From central Kenya, this species is part of the group that includes A. rabaiensis and A. kedongensis. This shrubby species, which offsets from the base, has gray-green leaves with prominent marginal teeth. The flowers are bright red. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe nyeriensis one-gallon pots$15.00
From central Kenya, this species is part of the group that includes A. rabaiensis and A. kedongensis. This shrubby species, which offsets from the base, has gray-green leaves with prominent marginal teeth. The flowers are bright red. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe omavande 3-inch pots$8.00
This cremnophilous species is endemic to cliffs in Kaokoland in northern Namibia. The plants are solitary with gray-green leaves in sparse rosettes. The flowers are orange-red in color. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe omavande 4-inch pots$10.00
This cremnophilous species is endemic to cliffs in Kaokoland in northern Namibia. The plants are solitary with gray-green leaves in sparse rosettes. The flowers are orange-red in color. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe ortholopha 3-gallon pots$35.00
Aloe ortholopha, from Zimbabwe, is notable because it only grows on serpentine soils high in rare elements and nitrogen. Although it does not have special requirements for cultivation, it does seem to bloom more frequently if given Epsom salts just prior to flowering in the spring (we do not recommend this treatment). The plants are gray and unspotted, and the inflorescence is distinctively horizontal with secund flowers. These plants are seedlings in 3-gallon pots.
Aloe palmiformis 2-inch pots$10.00
From Angola, this shrubby Aloe branches from the base, producing stems with olive-green leaves lined with sharp, relatively large teeth. As the epithet suggests, there is a resemblance to a palm tree, however vague that might be. The flowers are bright red. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Aloe parvibracteata 5-inch pots$10.00
From northeastern South Africa and Swaziland, this spotted Aloe prolifically offsets. The leaves tend to be long and purple-green with some stripes and few to numerous white spots. The flowers are borne on branched inflorescences and generally are orange-red; this species typically flowers in late winter in Tucson. Our plants have withstood 23F undamaged. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe parvibracteata one-gallon pots$15.00
From northeastern South Africa and Swaziland, this spotted Aloe prolifically offsets. The leaves tend to be long and purple-green with some stripes and few to numerous white spots. The flowers are borne on branched inflorescences and generally are orange-red; this species typically flowers in late winter in Tucson. Our plants have withstood 23F undamaged. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe peglerae 2-inch pots$5.00
Known as “Red-Hot Poker” in South Africa, that common name pretty well sums up the inflorescence of this desirable species. The plants are solitary and rarely rise on stems, and the gray-green, unspotted leaves have significant spines on the margins and undersides of the leaves. As the common name indicates, the flowers are bright red and held in short, stubby densely packed inflorescences. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Aloe peglerae 3-inch pots$6.00
Known as “Red-Hot Poker” in South Africa, that common name pretty well sums up the inflorescence of this desirable species. The plants are solitary and rarely rise on stems, and the gray-green, unspotted leaves have significant spines on the margins and undersides of the leaves. As the common name indicates, the flowers are bright red and held in short, stubby densely packed inflorescences. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe peglerae 4-inch pots$8.00
Known as “Red-Hot Poker” in South Africa, that common name pretty well sums up the inflorescence of this desirable species. The plants are solitary and rarely rise on stems, and the gray-green, unspotted leaves have significant spines on the margins and undersides of the leaves. As the common name indicates, the flowers are bright red and held in short, stubby densely packed inflorescences. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe peglerae 5-inch pots$10.00
Known as “Red-Hot Poker” in South Africa, that common name pretty well sums up the inflorescence of this desirable species. The plants are solitary and rarely rise on stems, and the gray-green, unspotted leaves have significant spines on the margins and undersides of the leaves. As the common name indicates, the flowers are bright red and held in short, stubby densely packed inflorescences. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe pendens 3-inch pots$6.00
One of the many cremnophilous species from Yemen, this species has scraggly stems that eventually form a dense cluster. The stems may hang, since that is their usual form, or they may be mostly upright. The flowers are yellow and occur over a long period of the year in cultivation. These plants are rooted offsets in 3-inch pots.
Aloe pendens 4-inch pots$8.00
One of the many cremnophilous species from Yemen, this species has scraggly stems that eventually form a dense cluster. The stems may hang, since that is their usual form, or they may be mostly upright. The flowers are yellow and occur over a long period of the year in cultivation. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe penduliflora (WY 1009) one-gallon pots$14.00
From Kenya (WY 1009), this shrubby Aloe offsets prolifically, forming large clumps. The leaves are light green in color and are distributed along the stems. The inflorescence typically has a U-shaped bend in it, explaining the epithet of this species, and the flowers are yellow and mostly capitate. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe petricola 2-gallon pots$25.00
Aloe petricola is from the Mpumalanga region of South Africa. Typically solitary but also occurring in suckering groups, this immaculate Aloe forms simple rosettes. The flowers are greenish to orange in color. We offer seedlings in 2-gallon pots.
Aloe petricola 3-inch pots$6.00
Aloe petricola is from the Mpumalanga region of South Africa. Typically solitary but also occurring in suckering groups, this immaculate Aloe forms simple rosettes. The flowers are greenish to orange in color. We offer seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe petricola 4-inch pots$8.00
Aloe petricola is from the Mpumalanga region of South Africa. Typically solitary but also occurring in suckering groups, this immaculate Aloe forms simple rosettes. The flowers are greenish to orange in color. We offer seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe petricola 5-inch pots$10.00
Aloe petricola is from the Mpumalanga region of the Republic of South Africa. Typically solitary but also occurring in suckering groups, this immaculate Aloe forms simple rosettes. The flowers are greenish to orange in color. We offer seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe petricola one-gallon pots$15.00
Aloe petricola is from the Mpumalanga region of South Africa. Typically solitary but also occurring in suckering groups, this immaculate Aloe forms simple rosettes. The flowers are greenish to orange in color. We offer seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe petrophila (ISI 2001-24) 4-inch pots$8.00
These plants, which were ISI 2001-24, originally came from propagules originating in the Northern Province of South Africa. Another cremnophilous species, growing primarily on cliffs, this species forms small clumps of rosettes bearing light green, white-spotted leaves. The flowers are pink and borne in dense, capitate inflorescences. This species took 18F recently in Tucson with minimal damage. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe petrophila (ISI 2001-24) 5-inch pots$10.00
These plants, which were ISI 2001-24, originally came from propagules originating in the Northern Province of South Africa. Another cremnophilous species, growing primarily on cliffs, this species forms small clumps of rosettes bearing light green, white-spotted leaves. The flowers are pink and borne in dense, capitate inflorescences. This species took 18F recently in Tucson with minimal damage. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe petrophila (ISI 2001-24) 8-inch pots$20.00
These plants, which were ISI 2001-24, originally came from propagules originating in the Northern Province of South Africa. Another cremnophilous species, growing primarily on cliffs, this species forms small clumps of rosettes bearing light green, white-spotted leaves. The flowers are pink and borne in dense, capitate inflorescences. This species took 18F recently in Tucson with minimal damage. These plants are rooted offsets in 8-inch pots.
Aloe petrophila (ISI 2001-24) one-gallon pots$15.00
These plants, which were ISI 2001-24, originally came from propagules originating in the Northern Province of South Africa. Another cremnophilous species, growing primarily on cliffs, this species forms small clumps of rosettes bearing light green, white-spotted leaves. The flowers are pink and borne in dense, capitate inflorescences. This species took 18F recently in Tucson with minimal damage. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe pictifolia 8-inch pots$25.00
Aloe pictifolia is from the Kouga Dam locality in the Eastern Cape Province, also the home for several narrowly endemic Gasterias. Typically in suckering groups, this maculate Aloe forms rosettes with long, narrow leaves that will recurve downwards in certain situations. The flowers are bright red with a greenish entry to the floral tube. We offer rooted offsets in 8-inch pots.
Aloe pienaarii 3-inch pots$6.00
Aloe pienaarii can be considered to be the South African version of Aloe cryptopoda. It has far more inflorescence branches than A. cryptopoda and more, larger flowers, although otherwise the plants are similar and were previously considered to be the same species. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe pienaarii 4-inch pots$8.00
Aloe pienaarii can be considered to be the South African version of Aloe cryptopoda. It has far more inflorescence branches than A. cryptopoda and more, larger flowers, although otherwise the plants are similar and were previously considered to be the same species. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe pienaarii 5-inch pots$10.00
Aloe pienaarii can be considered to be the South African version of Aloe cryptopoda. It has far more inflorescence branches than A. cryptopoda and more, larger flowers, although otherwise the plants are similar and were previously considered to be the same species. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe pirottae 3-inch pots$6.00
This species is from southern Ethiopia and northeastern Kenya, where it grows on open flats. Prolifically offsetting, this species produces medium-sized rosettes with dark green, white-spotted leaves. The flowers are generally secund and greenish-yellow, and the exserted stamens are red. These plants are rooted offsets in 3-inch pots.
Aloe pirottae 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is from southern Ethiopia and northeastern Kenya, where it grows on open flats. Prolifically offsetting, this species produces medium-sized rosettes with dark green, white-spotted leaves. The flowers are generally secund and greenish-yellow, and the exserted stamens are red. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe pirottae one-gallon pots$15.00
This species is from southern Ethiopia and northeastern Kenya, where it grows on open flats. Prolifically offsetting, this species produces medium-sized rosettes with dark green, white-spotted leaves. The flowers are generally secund and greenish-yellow, and the exserted stamens are red. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe pluridens 3-inch pots$6.00
This species ranges from the Eastern Cape Province to KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa. A tree, this species has yellow-green leaves with prominent white teeth. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe pluridens 4-inch pots$8.00
This species ranges from the Eastern Cape Province to KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa. A tree, this species has yellow-green leaves with prominent white teeth. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe pluridens 5-inch pots$10.00
This species ranges from the Eastern Cape Province to KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa. A tree, this species has yellow-green leaves with prominent white teeth. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe pluridens one-gallon pots$15.00
This species ranges from the Eastern Cape Province to KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa. A tree, this species has yellow-green leaves with prominent white teeth. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe porphyrostachys 6-inch pots$18.00
From Saudi Arabia, extending northwards to Petra, Jordan, this is one of the best of the Aloes. The rosettes are medium size and produce offsets. The plants are the typical blue-gray color of the Arabian group, and the leaves are heavily spotted in white when young. The best feature of this species are the flowers, which are bright red and densely arranged on the panicle. These plants are seedlings in 6-inch pots.
Aloe porphyrostachys one-gallon pots$15.00
From Saudi Arabia, extending northwards to Petra, Jordan, this is one of the best of the Aloes. The rosettes are medium size and produce offsets. The plants are the typical blue-gray color of the Arabian group, and the leaves are heavily spotted in white when young. The best feature of this species are the flowers, which are bright red and densely arranged on the panicle. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe praetermissa 3-inch pots$8.00
This is one of several new species (2002) described from the Salalah region of southern Oman. Similar to Aloe collenette in leaf color and overall form, this species is much larger and tends to be solitary in habit. The flowers are red. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe praetermissa 4-inch pots$10.00
This is one of several new species (2002) described from the Salalah region of southern Oman. Similar to Aloe collenette in leaf color and overall form, this species is much larger and tends to be solitary in habit. The flowers are red. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe pretoriensis 3-inch pots$6.00
This spotted Aloe is from a relatively wide area of northeastern South Africa. The plants are short shrub-tree with a 3-foot stems bearing a rosette of blue-green, immaculate leaves. The flowers are red and showy and borne on a very tall inflorescence. We haven’t tried this outside yet in Tucson but we will; it seems to have all the characteristics of a frost-hardy species. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe pretoriensis 4-inch pots$8.00
This spotted Aloe is from a relatively wide area of northeastern South Africa. The plants are short shrub-tree with a 3-foot stems bearing a rosette of blue-green, immaculate leaves. The flowers are red and showy and borne on a very tall inflorescence. We haven?t tried this outside yet in Tucson but we will; it seems to have all the characteristics of a frost-hardy species. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe pretoriensis 5-inch pots$10.00
This spotted Aloe is from a relatively wide area of northeastern South Africa. The plants are short shrub-tree with a 3-foot stems bearing a rosette of blue-green, immaculate leaves. The flowers are red and showy and borne on a very tall inflorescence. We haven?t tried this outside yet in Tucson but we will; it seems to have all the characteristics of a frost-hardy species. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe pretoriensis one-gallon pots$15.00
This spotted Aloe is from a relatively wide area of northeastern South Africa. The plants are short shrub-tree with a 3-foot stems bearing a rosette of blue-green, immaculate leaves. The flowers are red and showy and borne on a very tall inflorescence. We haven't tried this outside yet in Tucson but we will; it seems to have all the characteristics of a frost-hardy species. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe pruinosa one-gallon pots$15.00
This medium-sized spotted Aloe, from a small area of the KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa, only sparsely offsets. The leaves tend to have a purple cast in full sun, creating a beautiful landscape plant. The flowers that bloom in mid- to late-summer are somewhat unique in their waxy gray-white-pink color. It is frost hardy to 25 F. Our plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe pseudoparvula 4-inch pots$8.00
This recently described species is from Madagascar. As the name suggests, this species superficially resembles A. parvula but has larger rosettes and different flowers. The flowers are orange-red with yellow-white tips. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe pseudoparvula 5-inch pots$10.00
This recently described species is from Madagascar. As the name suggests, this species superficially resembles A. parvula but has larger rosettes and different flowers. The flowers are orange-red with yellow-white tips. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe pubescens 5-inch pots$10.00
From Ethiopia, this immaculate species has gray-green leaves and can form proliferous groups. The inflorescence, borne in the summer to fall period, is relatively tall and bears coral-red flowers that are covered with hairs, hence the name. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe pubescens one-gallon pots$15.00
From Ethiopia, this immaculate species has gray-green leaves and can form proliferous groups. The inflorescence, borne in the summer to fall period, is relatively tall and bears coral-red flowers that are covered with hairs, hence the name. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe purpurea 3-inch pots$6.00
From the island of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean, this is one of the former members of the genus Lomatophyllum. It is a short solitary tree Aloe with long dark brownish-green and recurving leaves. The flowers are a dull yellow-red color. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe purpurea 4-inch pots$8.00
From the island of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean, this is one of the former members of the genus Lomatophyllum. It is a short solitary tree Aloe with long dark brownish-green and recurving leaves. The flowers are a dull yellow-red color. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe purpurea 5-inch pots$10.00
From the island of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean, this is one of the former members of the genus Lomatophyllum. It is a short solitary tree Aloe with long dark brownish-green and recurving leaves. The flowers are a dull yellow-red color. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe ramosissima 3-inch pots$6.00
We think this is a shrubby form of Aloe dichotoma, but it is worth keeping separate because of its form. It perhaps is easier to keep in pots because of its form, which branches from the base in pots. Like A. dichotoma, the flowers are large and yellow. We do not recommend this plant in landscaping because it takes little frost and does not tolerate summer rainfall, but we do continue to water these plants lightly in the hot summer months. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe ramosissima 4-inch pots$8.00
We think this is a shrubby form of Aloe dichotoma, but it is worth keeping separate because of its form. It perhaps is easier to keep in pots because of its form, which branches from the base in pots. Like A. dichotoma, the flowers are large and yellow. We do not recommend this plant in landscaping because it takes little frost and does not tolerate summer rainfall, but we do continue to water these plants lightly in the hot summer months. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe ramosissima 5-inch pots$10.00
We think this is a shrubby form of Aloe dichotoma, but it is worth keeping separate because of its form. It perhaps is easier to keep in pots because of its form, which branches from the base in pots. Like A. dichotoma, the flowers are large and yellow. We do not recommend this plant in landscaping because it takes little frost and does not tolerate summer rainfall, but we do continue to water these plants lightly in the hot summer months. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe rauhii 3-inch pots$6.00
This wonderful dwarf species is from Madagascar. While it has served as the basis for innumerable hybrids, the pure species is quite special in its own right. It is a proliferous clumper, forming a rosette of deltoid, grey-green leaves covered with elongated spots. The flowers are a nice red, and this species flowers frequently. What we really like about this species is that we planted it in our yard, completely neglected it through drought and freezes down to 23F, and it came through without a problem! These plants are rooted offsets in 3-inch pots.
Aloe rauhii 4-inch pots$8.00
This wonderful dwarf species is from Madagascar. While it has served as the basis for innumerable hybrids, the pure species is quite special in its own right. It is a proliferous clumper, forming a rosette of deltoid, grey-green leaves covered with elongated spots. The flowers are a nice red, and this species flowers frequently. What we really like about this species is that we planted it in our yard, completely neglected it through drought and freezes down to 23F, and it came through without a problem! These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe rauhii one-gallon pots$15.00
This wonderful dwarf species is from Madagascar. While it has served as the basis for innumerable hybrids, the pure species is quite special in its own right. It is a proliferous clumper, forming a rosette of deltoid, grey-green leaves covered with elongated spots. The flowers are a nice red, and this species flowers frequently. What we really like about this species is that we planted it in our yard, completely neglected it through drought and freezes down to 23F, and it came through without a problem! These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe reitzii 5-inch pots$10.00
From South Africa, and mostly from Mpumalanga Province, this is one of the striking Aloes in terms of form and flowers. The rosettes typically are solitary, bearing gray-green leaves. When young, the leaves have significant tubercles (spines) on the leaves, particularly the outer surfaces, but these tend to be restricted to near the tips in the older leaves. The flowers are spectacular and borne in branched inflorescences with closely appressed, downward-facing flowers of a silvery red appearance. This is one of the best Aloes in terms of flowers, which typically occur in late summer in Tucson. We‘ve had plants out at 20F with no damage. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe reynoldsii 2-inch pots$6.00
From the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, this species superficially resembles A. striata. The leaves are relatively wide and blue-green with white longitudinal stripes. Unlike A. striata, the flowers are yellow and relatively small. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Aloe reynoldsii 5-inch pots$11.00
From the Eastern Cape Province of the Republic of South Africa, this species superficially resembles A. striata. The leaves are relatively wide and blue-green with white longitudinal stripes. Unlike A. striata, the flowers are yellow and relatively small. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe reynoldsii one-gallon pots$15.00
From the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, this species superficially resembles A. striata. The leaves are relatively wide and blue-green with white longitudinal stripes. Unlike A. striata, the flowers are yellow and relatively small. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe richardsiae (Newton 5605) one-gallon pots$15.00
These plants are propagated material originally collected from southwestern Tanzania (Newton 5605). With this grass Aloe, the rosette of long, thin, fleshy leaves arises from a bulb covered with papery skin marked with brown lines. The flowers are orange-red in color and relatively large. This Aloe is very different from most other species in the genus. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe richaudii 2-inch pots$8.00
Related to the more widespread Aloe capitata, this species has a restricted distribution on granite domes in one part of Madagascar. It is an offsetting species with an acaulescent rosette of gray-green leaves that have reddish-purple highlights, yellow margins, and yellow marginal teeth. This species has relatively large yellow flowers held in capitate racemes. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Aloe rigens 3-inch pots$6.00
This species is from northwestern Somalia, and it probably extends into Djibouti. It typically is solitary with medium-sized rosettes of olive-green leaves that are spotted when young but solid-colored when mature. The flowers are a pale red. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe rigens 4-inch pots$8.00
This species is from northwestern Somalia, and it probably extends into Djibouti. It typically is solitary with medium-sized rosettes of olive-green leaves that are spotted when young but solid-colored when mature. The flowers are a pale red. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe rigens one-gallon pots$15.00
This species is from northwestern Somalia, and it probably extends into Djibouti. It typically is solitary with medium-sized rosettes of olive-green leaves that are spotted when young but solid-colored when mature. The flowers are a pale red. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe rivierei 3-inch pots$7.00
From Yemen and Saudi Arabia, where it grows primarily on rocky cliffs and slopes at intermediate elevations, this shrubby Aloe prolifically offsets to form relatively large clumps. Like many of the Arabian Aloes, the younger branches have spotted leaves while mature leaves are immaculate or nearly so. The flowers are orange-red and are borne in the summer and fall. These plants are rooted offsets in 3-inch pots.
Aloe ruffingiana 3-inch pots$12.00
These plants are propagated from material originally collected near Ambatomena, Madagascar. Branching from the base, the stems produce rosettes of triangular leaves that are green with numerous white spots. The leaf margin is reddish-white with small dull teeth. The flowers red at the base, transitioning to an overall white color with green lips. These plants are rooted offsets in 3-inch pots.
Aloe ruffingiana 4-inch pots$15.00
These plants are propagated from material originally collected near Ambatomena, Madagascar. Branching from the base, the stems produce rosettes of triangular leaves that are green with numerous white spots. The leaf margin is reddish-white with small dull teeth. The flowers red at the base, transitioning to an overall white color with green lips. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe ruffingiana 5-inch pots$18.00
These plants are propagated from material originally collected near Ambatomena, Madagascar. Branching from the base, the stems produce rosettes of triangular leaves that are green with numerous white spots. The leaf margin is reddish-white with small dull teeth. The flowers red at the base, transitioning to an overall white color with green lips. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe rupestris 5-inch pots$11.00
This tree Aloe, from Mozambique, Swaziland, and KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa, typically is single-stemmed up to more than 20 feet tall. The leaves are a dark green with a reddish-purple sheen, and they have prominent marginal teeth. The flowers are yellow-orange. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe sabaea 4-inch pots$10.00
This tree Aloe, from southwestern Yemen, is striking for its yellow-green recurving leaves. It tends to grow in the intermediate elevation zone above the coastal plain yet below the highest mountains. We find that this species is moderately sensitive to frost in Tucson and should not be planted outdoors where temperatures are less than about 27F. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe sabaea 5-inch pots$12.00
This tree Aloe, from southwestern Yemen, is striking for its yellow-green recurving leaves. It tends to grow in the intermediate elevation zone above the coastal plain yet below the highest mountains. We find that this species is moderately sensitive to frost in Tucson and should not be planted outdoors where temperatures are less than about 27F. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe schelpei 3-inch pots$6.00
From Ethiopia, this species is a shrubby species with blue-green leaves and a pinkish margin. The flowers are orange to red in color. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe schweinfurthii one-gallon pots$20.00
This species, from West Africa to Sudan, is one of the most widely distributed aloes. These plants are propagated from material originally collected in Benin. The medium-sized rosettes offset, producing blue-green leaves with abundant faint-white spots and a pinkish-white margin with reddish-white marginal spines. The flowers are orange to red. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe secundiflora (WY 1021) 3-inch pots$6.00
Widely distributed in East Africa, our plants originated from material originally collected in the Rift Valley of Kenya (WY 1021). This plants are a glassy green with prominent marginal teeth and spots on the young plants. This species, which rarely offsets, produces a beautiful inflorescence with flowers turned upright along mostly lateral flowering stalks (hence the species epithet). These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe secundiflora (WY 1021) 4-inch pots$8.00
Widely distributed in East Africa, our plants originated from material originally collected in the Rift Valley of Kenya (WY 1021). This plants are a glassy green with prominent marginal teeth and spots on the young plants. This species, which rarely offsets, produces a beautiful inflorescence with flowers turned upright along mostly lateral flowering stalks (hence the species epithet). These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe secundiflora (WY 1021) 5-inch pots$10.00
Widely distributed in East Africa, our plants originated from material originally collected in the Rift Valley of Kenya (WY 1021). This plants are a glassy green with prominent marginal teeth and spots on the young plants. This species, which rarely offsets, produces a beautiful inflorescence with flowers turned upright along mostly lateral flowering stalks (hence the species epithet). These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe secundiflora (WY 1021) one-gallon pots$15.00
Widely distributed in East Africa, our plants originated from material originally collected in the Rift Valley of Kenya (WY 1021). This plants are a glassy green with prominent marginal teeth and spots on the young plants. This species, which rarely offsets, produces a beautiful inflorescence with flowers turned upright along mostly lateral flowering stalks (hence the species epithet). These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe sereti one-gallon pots$18.00
This species, from Cameroon and Zaire (Congo), has plants that occasionally offset but mostly have medium-sized, solitary rosettes. The leaves are blue--green with abundant faint-white spots and a pinkish-white margin with reddish-white marginal spines. The flowers are bright red. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe sheilae (ES 3967) 3-inch pots$8.00
Another species from Saudi Arabia (ES 3967) and named for Sheila Collenette, these plants occasionally offset in cultivation but mostly have medium-sized, solitary rosettes. The leaves are green with abundant white spots when young but losing most of those spots with maturity. The flowers are light red fading to yellowish. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe sheilae (ES 3967) 4-inch pots$10.00
Another species from Saudi Arabia (ES 3967) and named for Sheila Collenette, these plants occasionally offset in cultivation but mostly have medium-sized, solitary rosettes. The leaves are green with abundant white spots when young but losing most of those spots with maturity. The flowers are light red fading to yellowish. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe sinkatana (zub) 5-inch pots$10.00
This small, proliferous species , which is from the Sudan, forms rosettes of yellow-green leaves that are marked with white spots and reddish spines on the margins. The new name of this species is Aloe zub, reflecting its offsetting nature compared with what Aloe sinkatana is supposed to be like. The inflorescence is capitate with bright orange-red flowers. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe sinkatana (zub) one-gallon pots$15.00
This small, proliferous species , which is from the Sudan, forms rosettes of yellow-green leaves that are marked with white spots and reddish spines on the margins. The new name of this species is Aloe zub, reflecting its offsetting nature compared with what Aloe sinkatana is supposed to be like. The inflorescence is capitate with bright orange-red flowers. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe somaliensis 3-inch pots$7.00
This species, from Somalia, forms a small rosette and gradually offsets. When kept in shade, the leaves are almost black-green with light elongated spots and red teeth on the margins. The coloration tends to fade when the species is placed in more sun. Aloe somaliensis is a very pretty and distinctive species, worthy of any collection that includes Aloes. These seedlings are in 3-inch pots.
Aloe somaliensis 4-inch pots$9.00
This species, from Somalia, forms a small rosette and gradually offsets. When kept in shade, the leaves are almost black-green with light elongated spots and red teeth on the margins. The coloration tends to fade when the species is placed in more sun. Aloe somaliensis is a very pretty and distinctive species, worthy of any collection that includes Aloes. These seedlings are in 4-inch pots.
Aloe somaliensis 5-inch pots$11.00
This species, from Somalia, forms a small rosette and gradually offsets. When kept in shade, the leaves are almost black-green with light elongated spots and red teeth on the margins. The coloration tends to fade when the species is placed in more sun. Aloe somaliensis is a very pretty and distinctive species, worthy of any collection that includes Aloes. These seedlings are in 5-inch pots.
Aloe sp. (Baviaanskrantz, RSA) 4-inch pots$8.00
These plants are from seeds collected by the late Charles Craib near Baviaanskrantz, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It is too soon to know what these plants may be: new species, or a rare existing one. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe sp. (Baviaanskrantz, RSA) one-gallon pots$15.00
These plants are from seeds collected by the late Charles Craib near Baviaanskrantz, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It is too soon to know what these plants may be: new species, or a rare existing one. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe sp. (Brown-Powys 21) 4-inch pots$8.00
This plant has been around in cultivation for a long time and superficially resembles Aloe kilifiensis. After some mostly profitless research, we determined that these plants must have come from Ann Powys and her ex-husband, but no other information is available. We have no idea whether this is a species, a form of an existing species (such as A. kilifiensis), or a hybrid. They are quite nice though, although a little touchy in cultivation. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe sp. (Brown-Powys 21) 5-inch pots$10.00
This plant has been around in cultivation for a long time and superficially resembles Aloe kilifiensis. After some mostly profitless research, we determined that these plants must have come from Ann Powys and her ex-husband, but no other information is available. We have no idea whether this is a species, a form of an existing species (such as A. kilifiensis), or a hybrid. They are quite nice though, although a little touchy in cultivation. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe sp. (Brown-Powys 21) one-gallon pots$15.00
This plant has been around in cultivation for a long time and superficially resembles Aloe kilifiensis. After some mostly profitless research, we determined that these plants must have come from Ann Powys and her ex-husband, but no other information is available. We have no idea whether this is a species, a form of an existing species (such as A. kilifiensis), or a hybrid. They are quite nice though, although a little touchy in cultivation. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe sp. (Lindi, Tanzania) 5-inch pots$10.00
From material collected by Bhwire Bhitala near Lindi, Tanzania, this potentially undescribed species seems to have affinities to Aloe leptosiphon but grows in the far south of the country. These plants have apparently solitary rosettes with light green leaves with scattered white spots. The flower color is unknown. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe sp. (Marsabit, Kenya) 3-inch pots$12.00
This offsetting species is from the Marsabit massif in northern Kenya. It appears to have affinities to species found further north in Ethiopia, such as A. otallensis, and grows with Aloe parvidens. The plants have short, shrubby stems when mature, forming a clump. The flowers are orange red. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe sp. (Marsabit, Kenya) 4-inch pots$15.00
This offsetting species is from the Marsabit massif in northern Kenya. It appears to have affinities to species found further north in Ethiopia, such as A. otallensis, and grows with Aloe parvidens. The plants have short, shrubby stems when mature, forming a clump. The flowers are orange red. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe sp. aff. dawei one-gallon pots$15.00
This species, from Kenya, resembles Aloe dawei but has narrower and longer leaves and a capitate inflorescence. The flowers are red. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe sp. aff. morijensis 5-inch pots$10.00
Aloe morijensis is from Kenya with some overlap into northern Tanzania, and these plants are from Tanzania. The major differences with A. morijensis is that the leaves tend to be more oblanceolate with a glossy sheen and more white lines. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe speciosa (hexapetala) 4-inch pots$9.00
This tree Aloe is from the transition area between the Western and Eastern Cape Provinces of South Africa. Where it grows, it dominates slopes, creating a sight to behold for Aloe lovers. The former A. hexapetala, long-since merged with A. speciosa, tends to have more green leaves than the blue-green form typical of A. speciosa. The flowers are greenish-white. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe speciosa (hexapetala) 5-inch pots$11.00
This tree Aloe is from the transition area between the Western and Eastern Cape Provinces of South Africa. Where it grows, it dominates slopes, creating a sight to behold for Aloe lovers. The former A. hexapetala, long-since merged with A. speciosa, tends to have more green leaves than the blue-green form typical of A. speciosa. The flowers are greenish-white. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe speciosa 4-inch pots$8.00
This beautiful blue-green tree Aloe is from the transition area between the Western and Eastern Cape Provinces of South Africa. Where it grows, it dominates slopes, creating a sight to behold for Aloe lovers. The flowers are greenish-white. Our plants have taken 18F with leaf damage in Tucson. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe speciosa 5-inch pots$10.00
This beautiful blue-green tree Aloe is from the transition area between the Western and Eastern Cape Provinces of South Africa. Where it grows, it dominates slopes, creating a sight to behold for Aloe lovers. The flowers are greenish-white. Our plants have taken 18F with leaf damage in Tucson. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe spectabilis 5-inch pots$10.00
This species has a narrow distribution in South Africa. It is a short tree with a broad canopy of triangular-shaped, blue-green leaves covered with prickles. This species, once considered a variety of A. marlothii, has red flowers. We grow this species outside in Tucson, where it withstands temperatures as low as 18F. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe spectabilis one-gallon pots$15.00
This species has a narrow distribution in South Africa. It is a short tree with a broad canopy of triangular-shaped, blue-green leaves covered with prickles. This species, once considered a variety of A. marlothii, has red flowers. We grow this species outside in Tucson, where it withstands temperatures as low as 18F. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe spicata 4-inch pots$9.00
This species is from the northeastern provinces of South Africa. It is a medium to large species on a short stem bearing long, narrow leaves that are immaculate and green, turning reddish-purple in sun. The flowers are brown-yellow and have a shaving brush appearance owing to the dense inflorescence and long stamens. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe spicata 5-inch pots$11.00
This species is from the northeastern provinces of South Africa. It is a medium to large species on a short stem bearing long, narrow leaves that are immaculate and green, turning reddish-purple in sun. The flowers are brown-yellow and have a shaving brush appearance owing to the dense inflorescence and long stamens. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe spicata one-gallon pots$15.00
This species is from the northeastern provinces of South Africa. It is a medium to large species on a short stem bearing long, narrow leaves that are immaculate and green, turning reddish-purple in sun. The flowers are brown-yellow and have a shaving brush appearance owing to the dense inflorescence and long stamens. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe spinosissima 4-inch pots$8.00
Aloe spinosissima is one of those things that exists, but no one seems to know what it is. On the one hand, it is a species that is so poorly documented that it is not accepted in current treatments of the genus. On the other hand, there are some hybrids out there that are referred to as A. spinosissima that clearly are not. This is 'the real deal' for what it is worth. The flowers are red, and the plant is shrubby and (surprise!) spiny. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe spinosissima 5-inch pots$10.00
Aloe spinosissima is one of those things that exists, but no one seems to know what it is. On the one hand, it is a species that is so poorly documented that it is not accepted in current treatments of the genus. On the other hand, there are some hybrids out there that are referred to as A. spinosissima that clearly are not. This is “the real deal” for what it is worth. The flowers are red, and the plant is shrubby and (surprise!) spiny. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe spinosissima one-gallon pots$12.00
Aloe spinosissima is one of those things that exists, but no one seems to know what it is. On the one hand, it is a species that is so poorly documented that it is not accepted in current treatments of the genus. On the other hand, there are some hybrids out there that are referred to as A. spinosissima that clearly are not. This is ?the real deal? for what it is worth. The flowers are red, and the plant is shrubby and (surprise!) spiny. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe striata 3-inch pots$6.00
A classic landscape Aloe in Tucson, Aloe striata has spineless leaves with pink edges. It is quite frost hardy (to 20F), and it produces very pretty red flowers in the early spring. Our plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe striata x maculata 5-inch pots$10.00
This nice cross between A. striata and A. maculata is hardy in Tucson. It possesses the best characters of each species, including the general form and color of A. striata and the abundant flowering of A. maculata. This hybrid is hardy for Tucson winters. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe striata x maculata one-gallon pots$15.00
This nice cross between A. striata and A. maculata is hardy in Tucson. It possesses the best characters of each species, including the general form and color of A. striata and the abundant flowering of A. maculata. This hybrid is hardy for Tucson winters. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe suffulta 3-inch pots$6.00
From Mozambique and the KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa, this shade-loving species grows under shrubs and trees in habitat. The plant in general has a straggly appearance, and the leaves are narrow, green, and spotted. What really makes this species unique are the flowers, borne on an inflorescence so weak it needs to be supported on shrubs or it lies prostrate on the ground. These plants are rooted cuttings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe suffulta 4-inch pots$10.00
From Mozambique and the KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa, this shade-loving species grows under shrubs and trees in habitat. The plant in general has a straggly appearance, and the leaves are narrow, green, and spotted. What really makes this species unique are the flowers, borne on an inflorescence so weak it needs to be supported on shrubs or it lies prostrate on the ground. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe suffulta 5-inch pots$12.00
From Mozambique and the KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa, this shade-loving species grows under shrubs and trees in habitat. The plant in general has a straggly appearance, and the leaves are narrow, green, and spotted. What really makes this species unique are the flowers, borne on an inflorescence so weak it needs to be supported on shrubs or it lies prostrate on the ground. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe swynnertonii 3-inch pots$6.00
We have this beautiful species, which is from Zimbabwe and the Northern Province of South Africa. Aloe swynnertonii is distinctive from other maculate Aloes by the underside of the leaves, which are spotless but pale green with yellow lines. The flowers are pink to red and form capitate heads. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe swynnertonii 4-inch pots$8.00
We have this beautiful species, which is from Zimbabwe and the Northern Province of South Africa. Aloe swynnertonii is distinctive from other maculate Aloes by the underside of the leaves, which are spotless but pale green with yellow lines. The flowers are pink to red and form capitate heads. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe swynnertonii 5-inch pots$10.00
We have this beautiful species, which is from Zimbabwe and the Northern Province of South Africa. Aloe swynnertonii is distinctive from other maculate Aloes by the underside of the leaves, which are spotless but pale green with yellow lines. The flowers are pink to red and form capitate heads. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe swynnertonii one-gallon pots$15.00
We have this beautiful species, which is from Zimbabwe and the Northern Province of South Africa. Aloe swynnertonii is distinctive from other maculate Aloes by the underside of the leaves, which are spotless but pale green with yellow lines. The flowers are pink to red and form capitate heads. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe tauri 5-inch pots$11.00
Once lumped in with Aloe spicata, this species is from Zimbabwe. It offsets to form clumps of rosettes with reddish-green leaves. The inflorescence is cylindrical with densely packed yellow-orange flowers. Our plants differ from A. spicata with leaves thickened towards the base. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe tenuoir (rubriflora) 5-inch pots$10.00
This shrubby species is from the Eastern Cape Province, where it typically grows in the summer rainfall regime. It has weak branches that tend to be supported by shrubs. The little linear-lanceolate leaves betray the relation with A. ciliaris, a close relative. This form of A. tenuoir tends to have red flowers. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe tenuoir (rubriflora) one-gallon pots$15.00
This shrubby species is from the Eastern Cape Province, where it typically grows in the summer rainfall regime. It has weak branches that tend to be supported by shrubs. The little linear-lanceolate leaves betray the relation with A. ciliaris, a close relative. This form of A. tenuoir tends to have red flowers. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe tenuoir one-gallon pots$15.00
This shrubby species is from the Eastern Cape Province, where it typically grows in the summer rainfall regime. It has weak branches that tend to be supported by shrubs. The little linear-lanceolate leaves betray the relation with A. ciliaris, a close relative. Unlike that species, the flowers of A. tenuoir tend to be yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe tewoldei 4-inch pots$12.00
This cremnophilous species, typically occurring on limestone cliffs, is from Harerge Region of Ethiopia. It is a small species with gray-green, white-spotted leaves, and it tends to either hang or sprawl along the surface in habitat. The flowers are light orange. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe tewoldei 5-inch pots$14.00
This cremnophilous species, typically occurring on limestone cliffs, is from Harerge Region of Ethiopia. It is a small species with gray-green, white-spotted leaves, and it tends to either hang or sprawl along the surface in habitat. The flowers are light orange. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe thraskii 10-inch pots$30.00
This small tree Aloe strangely grows along the east coast of South Africa, ranging from the Eastern Cape Province up into the KwaZulu-Natal. Its leaves are unspotted and yellow-green, and its form is graceful, single-stemmed, and solitary. The flowers are yellow and held in a dense raceme. These plants are seedlings in 10-inch pots.
Aloe thraskii 3-inch pots$6.00
This small tree Aloe strangely grows along the east coast of South Africa, ranging from the Eastern Cape Province up into the KwaZulu-Natal. Its leaves are unspotted and yellow-green, and its form is graceful, single-stemmed, and solitary. The flowers are yellow and held in a dense raceme. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe thraskii 4-inch pots$8.00
This small tree Aloe strangely grows along the east coast of South Africa, ranging from the Eastern Cape Province up into the KwaZulu-Natal. Its leaves are unspotted and yellow-green, and its form is graceful, single-stemmed, and solitary. The flowers are yellow and held in a dense raceme. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe thraskii 5-inch pots$10.00
This small tree Aloe strangely grows along the east coast of South Africa, ranging from the Eastern Cape Province up into the KwaZulu-Natal. Its leaves are unspotted and yellow-green, and its form is graceful, single-stemmed, and solitary. The flowers are yellow and held in a dense raceme. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe thraskii one-gallon pots$12.00
This small tree Aloe strangely grows along the east coast of South Africa, ranging from the Eastern Cape Province up into the KwaZulu-Natal. Its leaves are unspotted and yellow-green, and its form is graceful, single-stemmed, and solitary. The flowers are yellow and held in a dense raceme. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe tongaensis 3-inch pots$6.00
This recently described tree Aloe is from KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. Superficially resembling Aloe barberae, instead it branches much lower and flowers at a smaller size. It may be hardier than A. barberae as well. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe tongaensis 4-inch pots$8.00
This recently described tree Aloe is from KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. Superficially resembling Aloe barberae, instead it branches much lower and flowers at a smaller size. It may be hardier than A. barberae as well. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe tongaensis 5-inch pots$10.00
This recently described tree Aloe is from KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. Superficially resembling Aloe barberae, instead it branches much lower and flowers at a smaller size. It may be hardier than A. barberae as well. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe tororoana 3-inch pots$6.00
This species is from one locality in Uganda. It has distinctive whitish-green leaves with scattered white spots on both surfaces and fierce-looking teeth that are pointed towards the leaf tips. The flowers are relatively small but bright red with yellow tips. These plants are rooted offsets in 3-inch pots.
Aloe trichosantha 4-inch pots$8.00
From Ethiopia and Eritrea, this species is a low, suckering species with gray-green, spotted leaves. It is a relatively large plant and produces panicles of reddish flowers covered with light wool. We grow this outside in Tucson, where it has taken 18F with minimum damage. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe trichosantha 5-inch pots$10.00
From Ethiopia and Eritrea, this species is a low, suckering species with gray-green, spotted leaves. It is a relatively large plant and produces panicles of reddish flowers covered with light wool. We grow this outside in Tucson, where it has taken 18F with minimum damage. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe trichosantha one-gallon pots$15.00
From Ethiopia and Eritrea, this species is a low, suckering species with gray-green, spotted leaves. It is a relatively large plant and produces panicles of reddish flowers covered with light wool. We grow this outside in Tucson, where it has taken 18F with minimum damage. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe tulearensis 3-inch pots$7.00
This recently described shrubby species from Madagascar is controversial as to whether it is deserving of species status and what it might be related to. The Casttions believe it to be a stunted form of A. divaricata that grows on limestone, whereas the Aloe book relates it to A. acutissima and its relatives. Vegetatively, the leaves are stiff like A. divaricata but light blue-green like some subspecies of A. acutissima. You decide. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe tulearensis 4-inch pots$9.00
This recently described shrubby species from Madagascar is controversial as to whether it is deserving of species status and what it might be related to. The Casttions believe it to be a stunted form of A. divaricata that grows on limestone, whereas the Aloe book relates it to A. acutissima and its relatives. Vegetatively, the leaves are stiff like A. divaricata but light blue-green like some subspecies of A. acutissima. You decide. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe tulearensis 5-inch pots$11.00
This recently described shrubby species from Madagascar is controversial as to whether it is deserving of species status and what it might be related to. The Casttions believe it to be a stunted form of A. divaricata that grows on limestone, whereas the Aloe book relates it to A. acutissima and its relatives. Vegetatively, the leaves are stiff like A. divaricata but light blue-green like some subspecies of A. acutissima. You decide. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe turkanensis 3-inch pots$6.00
Aloe turkanensis, previously rare in cultivation, is a distinctive maculate species from the Rift Valley of northern Kenya. What really sets this species apart are the large white spots on the light-green leaves. These plants are from seed from Lake Baringo, south of the species? namesake Lake Turkana. Our plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe turkanensis 4-inch pots$8.00
Aloe turkanensis, previously rare in cultivation, is a distinctive maculate species from the Rift Valley of northern Kenya. What really sets this species apart are the large white spots on the light-green leaves. These plants are from seed from Lake Baringo, south of the species? namesake Lake Turkana. Our plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe turkanensis 5-inch pots$10.00
Aloe turkanensis, previously rare in cultivation, is a distinctive maculate species from the Rift Valley of northern Kenya. What really sets this species apart are the large white spots on the light-green leaves. These plants are from seed from Lake Baringo, south of the species‘ namesake Lake Turkana. Our plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe turkanensis one-gallon pots$15.00
Aloe turkanensis, previously rare in cultivation, is a distinctive maculate species from the Rift Valley of northern Kenya. What really sets this species apart are the large white spots on the light-green leaves. These plants are from seed from Lake Baringo, south of the species‘ namesake Lake Turkana. Our plants are about 6-inches tall in one-gallon pots.
Aloe tweediae 3-inch pots$6.00
Part of the larger Aloe secundiflora complex. Aloe tweediae occurs in Kenya and Uganda. Unlike A. secundiflora, the flowers are not secund and are held in multibranched vertical inflorescences and are orange-red. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe tweediae 4-inch pots$8.00
Part of the larger Aloe secundiflora complex. Aloe tweediae occurs in Kenya and Uganda. Unlike A. secundiflora, the flowers are not secund and are held in multibranched vertical inflorescences and are orange-red. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe tweediae 5-inch pots$11.00
Part of the larger Aloe secundiflora complex. Aloe tweediae occurs in Kenya and Uganda. Unlike A. secundiflora, the flowers are not secund and are held in multibranched vertical inflorescences and are orange-red. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe umfoloziensis 3-inch pots$6.00
This suckering Aloe comes from the KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa. The leaves are dark green to brown with numerous oblong spots, sometimes in bands reminiscent of Aloe zebrina. Relatively sharp teeth mark the leaf margins. The flowers are red. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe umfoloziensis 4-inch pots$8.00
This suckering Aloe comes from the KwaZulu-Natal Province of the Republic of South Africa. The leaves are dark green to brown with numerous oblong spots, sometimes in bands reminiscent of Aloe zebrina. Relatively sharp teeth mark the leaf margins. The flowers are red. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe umfoloziensis 5-inch pots$10.00
This suckering Aloe comes from the KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa. The leaves are dark green to brown with numerous oblong spots, sometimes in bands reminiscent of Aloe zebrina. Relatively sharp teeth mark the leaf margins. The flowers are red. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe vacillans (dhalensis) 5-inch pots$12.00
This species, from Saudi Arabia and Yemen, usually is a large, solitary species with solid-green leaves. The former species Aloe dhalensis has been merged into the larger A. vacillans complex. As seedlings, however, the leaves are spotted. We are offering the red-flowered form of this species. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe vacillans (red) 4-inch pots$8.00
This species, from Saudi Arabia and Yemen, usually is a large, solitary species with solid-green leaves. As seedlings, however, the leaves are spotted. We are offering the red-flowered form of this species. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe vacillans (red) 5-inch pots$10.00
This species, from Saudi Arabia and Yemen, usually is a large, solitary species with solid-green leaves. As seedlings, however, the leaves are spotted. We are offering the red-flowered form of this species. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe vacillans (red) one-gallon pots$15.00
This species, from Saudi Arabia and Yemen, usually is a large, solitary species with solid-green leaves. As seedlings, however, the leaves are spotted. We are offering the red-flowered form of this species. These are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe vacillans (yellow) 4-inch pots$8.00
This species, from Saudi Arabia and Yemen, usually is a large, solitary species with solid-green leaves. As seedlings, however, the leaves are spotted. We are offering the red-flowered form of this species. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe vacillans (yellow) 5-inch pots$10.00
This species, from Saudi Arabia and Yemen, usually is a large, solitary species with solid-green leaves. As seedlings, however, the leaves are spotted. We are offering the red-flowered form of this species. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe vanbalenii 2-gallon pots$30.00
This species is commonly found in the landscape of coastal California, Baja California; we‘ve even seen it along the coastline in Swakopmund, Namibia! The plant is native to KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. The leaves are a recurved downward and are green with a red blush and a reddish-brown margin with sharp -- although mostly soft -- teeth. When planted in ground beds, this species forms large clumps, which explains its widespread use in landscapes. It is unlikely to take significant frost, however. These plants are seedlings in 2-gallon pots.
Aloe vanbalenii 3-gallon pots$40.00
This species is commonly found in the landscape of coastal California, Baja California; we‘ve even seen it along the coastline in Swakopmund, Namibia! The plant is native to KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. The leaves are a recurved downward and are green with a red blush and a reddish-brown margin with sharp -- although mostly soft -- teeth. When planted in ground beds, this species forms large clumps, which explains its widespread use in landscapes. It is unlikely to take significant frost, however. These plants are seedlings in 3-gallon pots.
Aloe vanbalenii 3-inch pots$6.00
This species is commonly found in the landscape of coastal California, Baja California; we‘ve even seen it along the coastline in Swakopmund, Namibia! The plant is native to KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. The leaves are a recurved downward and are green with a red blush and a reddish-brown margin with sharp -- although mostly soft -- teeth. When planted in ground beds, this species forms large clumps, which explains its widespread use in landscapes. It is unlikely to take significant frost, however. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe vanbalenii 4-inch pots$8.00
This species is commonly found in the landscape of coastal California, Baja California; we‘ve even seen it along the coastline in Swakopmund, Namibia! The plant is native to KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. The leaves are a recurved downward and are green with a red blush and a reddish-brown margin with sharp -- although mostly soft -- teeth. When planted in ground beds, this species forms large clumps, which explains its widespread use in landscapes. It is unlikely to take significant frost, however. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe vanbalenii 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is commonly found in the landscape of coastal California, Baja California; we‘ve even seen it along the coastline in Swakopmund, Namibia! The plant is native to KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. The leaves are a recurved downward and are green with a red blush and a reddish-brown margin with sharp -- although mostly soft -- teeth. When planted in ground beds, this species forms large clumps, which explains its widespread use in landscapes. It is unlikely to take significant frost, however. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe vanbalenii one-gallon pots$15.00
This species is commonly found in the landscape of coastal California, Baja California; we‘ve even seen it along the coastline in Swakopmund, Namibia! The plant is native to KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. The leaves are a recurved downward and are green with a red blush and a reddish-brown margin with sharp -- although mostly soft -- teeth. When planted in ground beds, this species forms large clumps, which explains its widespread use in landscapes. It is unlikely to take significant frost, however. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe vandermerwei 4-inch pots$8.00
From the Northern Province of the Republic of South Africa, this species has long, linear leaves that are white spotted on a dark-green background. This is a clumping species that produces small rosettes and short panicles of red-pink flowers. This plant has withstood 23F in the ground with minimal damage. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe vandermerwei 5-inch pots$10.00
From the Northern Province of South Africa, this species has long, linear leaves that are white spotted on a dark-green background. This is a clumping species that produces small rosettes and short panicles of red-pink flowers. This plant has withstood 23F in the ground with minimal damage. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe vaombe 3-inch pots$6.00
This beautiful tree Aloe is from Madagascar. The leaves are recurved downward and have a glossy green bronze color. The flowers are small, numerous, and red, and in our experience these plants flower at a height of about 3 feet. These plants take significant frost damage at 20F. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe vaombe 4-inch pots$8.00
This beautiful tree Aloe is from Madagascar. The leaves are recurved downward and have a glossy green bronze color. The flowers are small, numerous, and red, and in our experience these plants flower at a height of about 3 feet. These plants take significant frost damage at 20F. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe vaombe 5-inch pots$10.00
This beautiful tree Aloe is from Madagascar. The leaves are recurved downward and have a glossy green bronze color. The flowers are small, numerous, and red, and in our experience these plants flower at a height of about 3 feet. These plants take significant frost damage at 20F. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe vaombe one-gallon pots$15.00
This beautiful tree Aloe is from Madagascar. The leaves are recurved downward and have a glossy green bronze color. The flowers are small, numerous, and red, and in our experience these plants flower at a height of about 3 feet. These plants take significant frost damage at 20F. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe variegata 8-inch pots$25.00
This species is widely distributed in the western half of South Africa up into southern Namibia. It offsets readily, forming relatively large clumps. Sometimes known as Quail aloe, it is an extremely hardy, typically withstanding 15F in Tucson. In this springtime, it flowers profusely, producing short panicles of red flowers. We offer rooted offsets in 8-inch pots.
Aloe variegata one-gallon pots$15.00
This species is widely distributed in the western half of South Africa up into southern Namibia. It offsets readily, forming relatively large clumps. Sometimes known as Quail aloe, it is an extremely hardy, typically withstanding 15F in Tucson. In this springtime, it flowers profusely, producing short panicles of red flowers. We offer rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe vera 4-inch pots$8.00
This famous and fabled Aloe has an unknown heritage, although some think it originated from a remote region of southern Oman. Now cosmopolitan, and indeed an invasive species in some regions, it is renowned for its medicinal properties, including the burn-healing power of its sap. These plants have solid gray-green leaves, and the yellow flowers are closely appressed against the inflorescence. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe vera 8-inch pots$18.00
This famous and fabled Aloe has an unknown heritage, although some think it originated from a remote region of southern Oman. Now cosmopolitan, and indeed an invasive species in some regions, it is renowned for its medicinal properties, including the burn-healing power of its sap. These plants have solid gray-green leaves, and the yellow flowers are closely appressed against the inflorescence. These plants are rooted offsets in 8-inch pots.
Aloe vera chinensis hybrid 5-inch pots$6.00
This hybrid does not look like Aloe vera, and its flowers are very different (lax and orange), yet some still think this is the true Aloe vera. Instead, this plant has green leaves with faint white spots. Like Aloe vera, this hybrid offsets prolifically, forming large clumps outside in Tucson, where it is hardy. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe vera chinensis hybrid one-gallon pots$10.00
This hybrid does not look like Aloe vera, and its flowers are very different (lax and orange), yet some still think this is the true Aloe vera. Instead, this plant has green leaves with faint white spots. Like Aloe vera, this hybrid offsets prolifically, forming large clumps outside in Tucson, where it is hardy. These plants are offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe vera one-gallon pots$15.00
This famous and fabled Aloe has an unknown heritage, although some think it originated from a remote region of southern Oman. Now cosmopolitan, and indeed an invasive species in some regions, it is renowned for its medicinal properties, including the burn-healing power of its sap. These plants have solid gray-green leaves, and the yellow flowers are closely appressed against the inflorescence. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe verecunda 3-inch pots$8.00
This grass Aloe is from northeastern South Africa, where it typically grows in grasslands. It is related to A. fouriei and A. vossii but tends to be smaller. It has sparsely offsetting rosettes of narrow green leaves, and the flowers are bright red. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe verecunda 4-inch pots$10.00
This grass Aloe is from northeastern South Africa, where it typically grows in grasslands. It is related to A. fouriei and A. vossii but tends to be smaller. It has sparsely offsetting rosettes of narrow green leaves, and the flowers are bright red. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe veseyi 5-inch pots$15.00
From Tanzania and extending into Zambia, this cliff-dwelling species is a short shrub or tree. It has yellow-green leaves that are narrow and falcate. The flowers are light yellow. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe veseyi one-gallon pots$20.00
From Tanzania and extending into Zambia, this cliff-dwelling species is a short shrub or tree. It has yellow-green leaves that are narrow and falcate. The flowers are light yellow. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe viguieri 3-inch pots$6.00
From southeastern Madagascar, this species grows in an arid climate. It has gray-green, nearly glaucous leaves that are triangular in shape and with tiny teeth along the edges. The flowers are orange-red. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe vogtsii 4-inch pots$8.00
From the Northern Province of South Africa, this spotted Aloe prolifically offsets to form small groups. The dark green leaves have numerous small linear spots and small spines on the leaf edges. The tall, multiple-branched inflorescence bears bright red flowers. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe vogtsii 5-inch pots$10.00
From the Northern Province of South Africa, this spotted Aloe prolifically offsets to form small groups. The dark green leaves have numerous small linear spots and small spines on the leaf edges. The tall, multiple-branched inflorescence bears bright red flowers. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe vogtsii 8-inch pots$25.00
From the Northern Province of South Africa, this spotted Aloe prolifically offsets to form small groups. The dark green leaves have numerous small linear spots and small spines on the leaf edges. The tall, multiple-branched inflorescence bears bright red flowers. These plants are seedlings in 8-inch pots.
Aloe vogtsii one-gallon pots$15.00
From the Northern Province of the Republic of South Africa, this spotted aloe prolifically offsets to form small groups. The dark green leaves have numerous small linear spots and small spines on the leaf edges. The tall, multiple-branched inflorescence bears bright red flowers. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe werneri 3-inch pots$6.00
Aloe werneri is from southeastern Madagascar. It is a small to medium sized species with green, linear leaves. The flowers are green with white stripes. These plants are rooted offsets in 3-inch pots.
Aloe werneri 4-inch pots$10.00
Aloe werneri is from southeastern Madagascar. It is a small to medium sized species with green, linear leaves. The flowers are green with white stripes. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe werneri one-gallon pots$25.00
Aloe werneri is from southeastern Madagascar. It is a small to medium sized species with green, linear leaves. The flowers are green with white stripes. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe wickensii 3-inch pots$6.00
From northeastern South Africa, extending west into Botswana, east into Mozambique, and northwards into Zimbabwe and Zambia, this species is closely related to A. lutescens. The rosettes are solitary or with some minor offsets, bearing blue-green leaves that are rather distinctive. This form has bicolored flowers ranging from yellow to red. We grow these plants outside in Tucson, where they have withstood temperatures down to 18F. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe wickensii 5-inch pots$8.00
From northeastern South Africa, extending west into Botswana, east into Mozambique, and northwards into Zimbabwe and Zambia, this species is closely related to A. lutescens. The rosettes are solitary or with some minor offsets, bearing blue-green leaves that are rather distinctive. This form has bicolored flowers ranging from yellow to red. We grow these plants outside in Tucson, where they have withstood temperatures down to 18F. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe wickensii 5-inch pots$10.00
From northeastern South Africa, extending west into Botswana, east into Mozambique, and northwards into Zimbabwe and Zambia, this species is closely related to A. lutescens. The rosettes are solitary or with some minor offsets, bearing blue-green leaves that are rather distinctive. This form has bicolored flowers ranging from yellow to red. We grow these plants outside in Tucson, where they have withstood temperatures down to 18F. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe wilsonii 3-inch pots$6.00
From Kenya and Uganda, this short tree, usually tipped over, sparsely offsets. The rosettes bear dark green leaves with yellow-white spots and an overall glossy appearance. The leaf margins bear reddish-brown spines on a brown-white margin. The flowers are a brick red color. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloe wilsonii 4-inch pots$8.00
From Kenya and Uganda, this short tree, usually tipped over, sparsely offsets. The rosettes bear dark green leaves with yellow-white spots and an overall glossy appearance. The leaf margins bear reddish-brown spines on a brown-white margin. The flowers are a brick red color. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloe wilsonii 5-inch pots$10.00
From Kenya and Uganda, this short tree, usually tipped over, sparsely offsets. The rosettes bear dark green leaves with yellow-white spots and an overall glossy appearance. The leaf margins bear reddish-brown spines on a brown-white margin. The flowers are a brick red color. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe wilsonii one-gallon pots$15.00
From Kenya and Uganda, this short tree, usually tipped over, sparsely offsets. The rosettes bear dark green leaves with yellow-white spots and an overall glossy appearance. The leaf margins bear reddish-brown spines on a brown-white margin. The flowers are a brick red color. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe yavellana 5-inch pots$14.00
From Ethiopia, this shrubby Aloe branches from the base, producing a sprawling plant with linear brownish-green leaves. The flowers are dark red and striped. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe yavellana one-gallon pots$18.00
From Ethiopia, this shrubby Aloe branches from the base, producing a sprawling plant with linear brownish-green leaves. The flowers are dark red and striped. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe zebrina (Kaokoland, Namibia) 5-inch pots$10.00
Widely distributed in southern Africa, from Namibia across to Mozambique, this maculate Aloe is distinguished by the banding on the leaves that earns it its species epithet. These plants are from material originally collected in Kaokoland, northern Namibia. The plants form clumps that are reasonably controlled in cultivation. The panicles of red flowers are produced in the early fall to early winter. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe zebrina (Kaokoland, Namibia) one-gallon pots$15.00
Widely distributed in southern Africa, from Namibia across to Mozambique, this maculate Aloe is distinguished by the banding on the leaves that earns it its species epithet. These plants are from material originally collected in Kaokoland, northern Namibia. The plants form clumps that are reasonably controlled in cultivation. The panicles of red flowers are produced in the early fall to early winter. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Aloe zebrina (red) 5-inch pots$10.00
Widely distributed in southern Africa, from Namibia across to Mozambique, this maculate Aloe is distinguished by the banding on the leaves that earns it its species epithet. The plants form clumps that are reasonably controlled in cultivation. We‘ve had our plants withstand low temperatures of 23F. The panicles of red flowers are produced in the early fall to early winter. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloe zebrina (transvaalensis) 4-inch pots$8.00
Reportedly a natural hybrid between Aloe zebrina and A. verecunda, this species very definitely has many characteristics of A. zebrina. Among other things, it prolifically offsets, has heavily spotted leaves that have a dark-green background, and it flowers red. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloe zebrina (transvaalensis) 5-inch pots$10.00
Reportedly a natural hybrid between Aloe zebrina and A. verecunda, this species very definitely has many characteristics of A. zebrina. Among other things, it prolifically offsets, has heavily spotted leaves that have a dark-green background, and it flowers red. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Aloe zebrina (transvaalensis) one-gallon pots$15.00
Reportedly a natural hybrid between Aloe zebrina and A. verecunda, this species very definitely has many characteristics of A. zebrina. Among other things, it prolifically offsets, has heavily spotted leaves that have a dark-green background, and it flowers red. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Aloe zebrina (yellow, WE 265) 3-inch pots$6.00
Widely distributed in southern Africa, from Namibia across to Mozambique, this maculate Aloe is distinguished by the banding on the leaves that earns it its species epithet. The plants form clumps that are reasonably controlled in cultivation. We?ve had our plants withstand low temperatures of 23F. This variant, from material collected at Hildavale, Botswana (WE 265), has yellow flowers, which are produced in the early fall to early winter, but the plant looks similar to the normal version. These plants are rooted offsets in 3-inch pots.
Aloe zebrina (yellow, WE 265) 4-inch pots$8.00
Widely distributed in southern Africa, from Namibia across to Mozambique, this maculate Aloe is distinguished by the banding on the leaves that earns it its species epithet. The plants form clumps that are reasonably controlled in cultivation. We?ve had our plants withstand low temperatures of 23F. This variant, from material collected at Hildavale, Botswana (WE 265), has yellow flowers, which are produced in the early fall to early winter, but the plant looks similar to the normal version. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Aloinopsis matherbei 4-inch pots$8.00
From the Klein Karoo in South Africa, this species has relatively thin, upright leaves with crenulated tips. The leaves tend to be covered with small, whitish tubercles. The flowers are yellow. This seedlings are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Aloinopsis orpenii 5-inch pots$10.00
This species, which is unusual enough to be possibly in its own genus Prepodesma, is from the Northern Province of South Africa. It shows affinities among Prepodesma, Aloinopsis, and Nananthus and indicates just how close these genera are. The leaves are olive-green and distinctly keeled, and the flowers are yellow with pinkish highlights. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Aloinopsis rosulata 2-inch pots$5.00
This species is from the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, mostly near the towns of Willowmore and Steytlerville. These small mesembs have spathulate leaves that are reddish-grey in color with white warts and a glassy sheen. The aromatic flowers are yellow with thin red stripes. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Aloinopsis rosulata 3-inch pots$6.00
This species is from the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, mostly near the towns of Willowmore and Steytlerville. These small mesembs have spathulate leaves that are reddish-grey in color with white warts and a glassy sheen. The aromatic flowers are yellow with thin red stripes. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloinopsis rosulata 4-inch pots$8.00
This species is from the Eastern Cape Province of the Republic of South Africa, mostly near the towns of Willowmore and Steytlerville. These small mesembs have spathulate leaves that are reddish-grey in color with white warts and a glassy sheen. The aromatic flowers are yellow with thin red stripes. These seedlings are in 4-inch pots.
Aloinopsis rubrolineata 3-inch pots$7.00
This widely cultivated species is from the Great Karoo, mostly commonly near Graaff-Reinet in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. The thick, flat succulent leaves, which have white warts evenly distributed across the surface, arise from a fleshy root stock. The flower petals are a pale yellow with a thin red stripe down the middle. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloinopsis rubrolineata 4-inch pots$9.00
This widely cultivated species is from the Great Karoo, mostly commonly near Graaff-Reinet in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. The thick, flat succulent leaves, which have white warts evenly distributed across the surface, arise from a fleshy root stock. The flower petals are a pale yellow with a thin red stripe down the middle. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Aloinopsis setifera 2-inch pots$6.00
Clearly a bridge species to the genus Titanopsis, this dwarf mesemb, from the Great Karoo of South Africa, has succulent leaves arising from a thick woody caudex. This species, closely related to A. luckhoffii, has white warts that are numerous towards the end of the spathulate leaves. The flower is a pale yellow with a yellow center of stamens. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Aloinopsis setifera 3-inch pots$7.00
Clearly a bridge species to the genus Titanopsis, this dwarf mesemb, from the Great Karoo of South Africa, has succulent leaves arising from a thick woody caudex. This species, closely related to A. luckhoffii, has white warts that are numerous towards the end of the spathulate leaves. The flower is a pale yellow with a yellow center of stamens. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Aloinopsis setifera 4-inch pots$9.00
Clearly a bridge species to the genus Titanopsis, this dwarf mesemb, from the Great Karoo of South Africa, has succulent leaves arising from a thick woody caudex. This species, closely related to A. luckhoffii, has white warts that are numerous towards the end of the spathulate leaves. The flower is a pale yellow with a yellow center of stamens. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Ammocharis sp. aff. coranica (JDV 969) 4-inch pots$8.00
Our plants (VDV 969) deviate from the type species slightly and are from the vicinity of Oudtshoorn in the Western Cape Province of the Republic of South Africa. The leaves are strap-like and tend to twist to vertical arrangement. The flowers are large trumpets and vary from pink to red. These plants are seedling bulbs in 4-inch pots.
Ammocharis sp. aff. coranica (JDV 969) 5-inch pots$10.00
Our plants (JDV 969) deviate from the type species slightly and are from the vicinity of Oudtshoorn in the Western Cape Province of South Africa. The leaves are strap-like and tend to twist to vertical arrangement. The flowers are large trumpets and vary from pink to red. These plants are seedling bulbs in 5-inch pots.
Ammocharis sp. aff. coranica (JDV 969) one-gallon pots$15.00
Our plants (JDV 969) deviate from the type species slightly and are from the vicinity of Oudtshoorn in the Western Cape Province of South Africa. The leaves are strap-like and tend to twist to vertical arrangement. The flowers are large trumpets and vary from pink to red. These plants are seedling bulbs in one-gallon pots.
Anacampseros albidiflora 3-inch pots$6.00
This species is mostly from the Western Cape Province of South Africa. A small, tufted species, it has brown-green leaves with a covering of white hairs. The flowers are pinkish-purple and white. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Anacampseros densifolia 4-inch pots$8.00
These plants, from South Africa, are not recognized as a distinct species. Instead, and unbelievable to us, this is considered to be part of the Anacampseros filamentosa complex, which makes no sense whatsoever. That said, they are pretty distinct among our collection of Anacampseros at our nursery. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Anacampseros filamentosa ssp. filamentosa 3-inch pots$7.00
This low-growing species, which has an enlarged root stock with some slightly swollen stems and light green leaves covered with whitish hairs, is rather widespread in western South Africa. The flowers are pink. We offer seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Anacampseros filamentosa ssp. tomentosa 3-inch pots$6.00
From southern Namibia, this low-growing species arises from a root stock with some slightly swollen stems and dark gray-green leaves covered with whitish hairs. The flowers are pink. Subspecies tomentosa has axillary hairs that protrude beyond the leaves. We offer seedlings of this subspecies in 3-inch pots.
Anacampseros filamentosa ssp. tomentosa 4-inch pots$8.00
From southern Namibia, this low-growing species arises from a root stock with some slightly swollen stems and dark gray-green leaves covered with whitish hairs. The flowers are pink. Subspecies tomentosa has axillary hairs that protrude beyond the leaves. We offer seedlings of this subspecies in 4-inch pots.
Anacampseros karasmontana 2-inch pots$6.00
This species is from the greater Richtersveld area of southern Namibia and the Northern Cape Province of South Africa. This species has a thick rootstock that produces a low mound of dark gray-green leaves. The flowers are pink. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Anacampseros karasmontana 3-inch pots$8.00
This species is from the greater Richtersveld area of southern Namibia and the Northern Cape Province of South Africa. This species has a thick rootstock that produces a low mound of dark gray-green leaves. The flowers are pink. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Anacampseros lanceolata 3-inch pots$6.00
Widely distributed in western South Africa, this clumping species has lanceolate leaves (hence the name). This is the largest species within the genus Anacampseros. The flowers are generally white. These plants are rooted offsets in 3-inch pots.
Anacampseros lanceolata 4-inch pots$8.00
Widely distributed in western South Africa, this clumping species has lanceolate leaves (hence the name). This is the largest species within the genus Anacampseros. The flowers are generally white. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Anacampseros marlothii 3-inch pots$6.00
From South Africa, particularly the Northern Cape Province, this small species forms clusters with time. The leaves are quite different from typical Anacampseros and the tufts have a bristly appearance. The flowers are light red. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Anacampseros retusa 4-inch pots$8.00
From the Northern and Western Cape Provinces of South Africa, this small, proliferous species clusters from a caudex. The densely packed leaves are wedge-shaped, and they are an attractive brownish green. The flower petals are purplish pink. We offer seedlings of this species in 4-inch pots.
Anacampseros rufescens ‘Sunrise‘ 3-inch pots$6.00
This cultivar is from the widely distributed Anacampseros rufescens, which has a range from the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa up to Swaziland. This strongly clumping species differs from the true species because the leaf tips and undersides tend to have various shades of yellow and red, making extremely attractive plants. These plants are rooted offsets in 3-inch pots.
Anacampseros rufescens ‘Sunrise‘ 4-inch pots$9.00
This cultivar is from the widely distributed Anacampseros rufescens, which has a range from the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa up to Swaziland. This strongly clumping species differs from the true species because the leaf tips and undersides tend to have various shades of yellow and red, making extremely attractive plants. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Anacampseros rufescens 2-inch pots$6.00
This species has a range from the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa up to Swaziland. This strongly clumping species has dull olive-green leaves on top with a purple cast below. The flowers are light red. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Anacampseros rufescens 4-inch pots$8.00
This species has a range from the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa up to Swaziland. This strongly clumping species has dull olive-green leaves on top with a purple cast below. The flowers are light red. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Anacampseros subnuda 4-inch pots$9.00
This miniature-leafed Anacampseros, from Botswana and the Transvaal of South Africa, forms small clumps. The leaves are like little round balls but without noticeable petioles. We previously offered this as A. minatura. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Anacampseros telephiastrum 3-inch pots$6.00
This species is widely distributed in the Klein and Great Karoo of South Africa. The leaves have little or no hair and are blunt with a dark copper-tinged color. The flowers are pink-red. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Anacampseros vanthielii 3-inch pots$6.00
This recently described species is narrowly distributed in the Steinkopf area of the Northern Cape Province of South Africa. The dark green leaves are almost clavate in form with yellowish hair protruding from the apex. The flowers are pink-red. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Argyroderma fissum 2-inch pots$5.00
From Namaqualand in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa, Argyroderma fissum occurs in the Knersvlakte but usually next to the quartz fields in sandy, silty soils. It has long, finger-like paired leaves that are blue-green but turning pinkish-red when stressed in the summer. Its flowers are widely variable in color. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Argyroderma fissum 3-inch pots$6.00
From Namaqualand in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa, Argyroderma fissum occurs in the Knersvlakte but usually next to the quartz fields in sandy, silty soils. It has long, finger-like paired leaves that are blue-green but turning pinkish-red when stressed in the summer. Its flowers are widely variable in color. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Ariocarpus fissuratus var. fissuratus 3-inch pots$10.00
Ariocarpus fissuratus occurs over a large area of southern Texas and northern Mexico. This species has small, triangular tubercles with woolly areoles. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Ariocarpus retusus (furfuraceous) 4-inch pots$18.00
One of the most popular of the Ariocarpus, these plants have triangular, gray-green leaves. The older leaves tend to press against the ground surface, although the center of the rosette may rise slightly. The tips of the leaves of this once species tend to have areoles. The flowers typically are light to bright yellow. The species is from a broad area of north-central Mexico. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Ariocarpus retusus (furfuraceous) 5-inch pots$25.00
One of the most popular of the Ariocarpus, these plants have triangular, gray-green leaves. The older leaves tend to press against the ground surface, although the center of the rosette may rise slightly. The tips of the leaves of this once species tend to have areoles. The flowers typically are light to bright yellow. The species is from a broad area of north-central Mexico. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Ariocarpus retusus (furfuraceous) one-gallon pots$50.00
One of the most popular of the Ariocarpus, these plants have triangular, gray-green leaves. The older leaves tend to press against the ground surface, although the center of the rosette may rise slightly. The tips of the leaves of this once species tend to have areoles. The flowers typically are light to bright yellow. The species is from a broad area of north-central Mexico. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Ariocarpus retusus 5-inch pots$25.00
One of the most popular of the Ariocarpus, these plants have triangular, gray-green leaves. The older leaves tend to press against the ground surface, although the center of the rosette may rise slightly. The flowers typically are light to bright yellow. The species is from a broad area of north-central Mexico. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Ariocarpus retusus one-gallon pots$50.00
One of the most popular of the Ariocarpus, these plants have triangular, gray-green leaves. The older leaves tend to press against the ground surface, although the center of the rosette may rise slightly. The flowers typically are light to bright yellow. The species is from a broad area of north-central Mexico. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Ariocarpus trigonus 4-inch pots$14.00
This species, from Tamaulipis, Mexico, is considered by some to be Ariocarpus retusus ssp. trigonus. However, the tubercles are shorter and thicker in A. trigonus than A. retusus, so we continue to separate them. Our plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Ariocarpus trigonus 5-inch pots$25.00
This species, from Tamaulipis, Mexico, is considered by some to be Ariocarpus retusus ssp. trigonus. However, the tubercles are shorter and thicker in A. trigonus than A. retusus, so we continue to separate them. Our plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Astroloba smutziana 4-inch pots$10.00
This is a vaguely known species from the Klein Karoo of South Africa. The leaves are relatively smooth, light gray-green, and imbricated on the upright stems. It differs from A. spiralis in that A. smutziana does not have the roughness on the leaves. Although it can turn reddish in bright sunlight, the leaves are more of a medium-green color in greenhouse culture. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Astrophytum asterias 2-inch pots$6.00
Commonly known as the "Sand Dollar" cactus, Astrophytum asterias is seriously threatened by habitat degradation and over collection in its range from southern Texas to Nuevo Leon and Tamaulipas in Mexico. This globular species has sparse white markings on the epidermis. Flowers are yellow and relatively large for the size of the plant. Easy to grow, we offer this species as seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Astrophytum asterias 3-inch pots$7.00
Commonly known as the "Sand Dollar" cactus, Astrophytum asterias is seriously threatened by habitat degradation and over collection in its range from southern Texas to Nuevo Leon and Tamaulipas in Mexico. This globular species has sparse white markings on the epidermis. Flowers are yellow and relatively large for the size of the plant. Easy to grow, we offer this species as seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Astrophytum asterias 4-inch pots$9.00
Commonly known as the "Sand Dollar" cactus, Astrophytum asterias is seriously threatened by habitat degradation and over collection in its range from southern Texas to Nuevo Leon and Tamaulipas in Mexico. This globular species has sparse white markings on the epidermis. Flowers are yellow and relatively large for the size of the plant. Easy to grow, we offer this species as seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Astrophytum capricorne 4-inch pots$8.00
This multifluted, globose cactus, from northern Mexico, has long, flexible spines that twist around like stiff hairs. The body has spots similar to A. myriostigma but more ribs. The flowers are yellow with red centers. We are offering relatively large plants in 4-inch pots.
Astrophytum capricorne 5-inch pots$10.00
This multifluted, globose cactus, from northern Mexico, has long, flexible spines that twist around like stiff hairs. The body has spots similar to A. myriostigma but more ribs. The flowers are yellow with red centers. We are offering relatively large plants in 5-inch pots.
Astrophytum myriostigma 2-inch pots$5.00
From the Chihuahuan Desert in Mexico, this beautiful species, known by its gringo name of Bishop‘s Cap, has no spines and a miter form. The body is variously gray-green with small white spots, sometimes quite dense. The flowers are relatively large and yellow. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Astrophytum myriostigma 3-inch pots$6.00
From the Chihuahuan Desert in Mexico, this beautiful species, known by its gringo name of Bishop's Cap, has no spines and a miter form. The body is variously gray-green with small white spots, sometimes quite dense. The flowers are relatively large and yellow. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Astrophytum myriostigma 4-inch pots$8.00
From the Chihuahuan Desert in Mexico, this beautiful species, known by its gringo name of Bishop's Cap, has no spines and a miter form. The body is variously gray-green with small white spots, sometimes quite dense. The flowers are relatively large and yellow. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Astrophytum myriostigma 5-inch pots$10.00
From the Chihuahuan Desert in Mexico, this beautiful species, known by its gringo name of Bishop‘s Cap, has no spines and a miter form. The body is variously gray-green with small white spots, sometimes quite dense. The flowers are relatively large and yellow. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Astrophytum myriostigma cv ‘Onzuka‘ 4-inch pots$12.00
From the Chihuahuan Desert in Mexico, this beautiful species, known by its gringo name of Bishop‘s Cap, has no spines and a miter form. This varietal has dense white markings on the epidermis. Flowers are yellow and relatively large for the size of the plant. Easy to grow, we offer this species as seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Astrophytum myriostigma cv ‘Onzuka? 5-inch pots$15.00
From the Chihuahuan Desert in Mexico, this beautiful species, known by its gringo name of Bishop‘s Cap, has no spines and a miter form. This varietal has dense white markings on the epidermis. Flowers are yellow and relatively large for the size of the plant. Easy to grow, we offer this species as seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Astrophytum myriostigma var. strongylogonum 4-inch pots$8.00
From the Chihuahuan Desert in Mexico, this beautiful species, known by its gringo name of Bishop?s Cap, has no spines and a miter form. The body of this variety is bright green with no spots, making it quite unique. The flowers are relatively large and yellow. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Astrophytum myriostigma var. strongylogonum 5-inch pots$15.00
From the Chihuahuan Desert in Mexico, this beautiful species, known by its gringo name of Bishop‘s Cap, has no spines and a miter form. The body of this variety is bright green with no spots, making it quite unique. The flowers are relatively large and yellow. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Astrophytum ornatum 4-inch pots$8.00
From central Mexico, this species has a few spine clusters and 8 ribs, making it a highly attractive plant from a geometric perspective. The body has a sprinkling of white spots in varying densities. The flowers are a brilliant yellow. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Astrophytum ornatum 5-inch pots$10.00
From central Mexico, this species has a few spine clusters and 8 ribs, making it a highly attractive plant from a geometric perspective. The body has a sprinkling of white spots in varying densities. The flowers are a brilliant yellow. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Astrophytum ornatum one-gallon pots$15.00
From central Mexico, this species has a few spine clusters and 8 ribs, making it a highly attractive plant from a geometric perspective. The body has a sprinkling of white spots in varying densities. The flowers are a brilliant yellow. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Astrophytum ornatum var. mirbellii 5-inch pots$10.00
From central Mexico, this species has a few spine clusters and 8 ribs, making it a highly attractive plant from a geometric perspective. The body of this variety has a dense covering of white, making it a highly attractive plant. The flowers are a brilliant yellow. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Astrophytum ornatum var. mirbellii one-gallon pots$18.00
From central Mexico, this species has a few spine clusters and 8 ribs, making it a highly attractive plant from a geometric perspective. The body of this variety has a dense covering of white, making it a highly attractive plant. The flowers are a brilliant yellow. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Bauhinia tomentosa 5-gallon pots$25.00
Widely distributed in south-central Africa, extending northeast to Ethiopia and Somalia, this is a small tree or shrub. The light green leaves are paired like butterfly wings, earning one common name of butterfly plant. The flowers are large and yellow with two black spots near the center. These plants are seedlings in 5-gallon pots.
Beaucarnea gracilis 5-inch pots$10.00
From the Mexican states of Oaxaca and Puebla, this species is a small tree formed off of a swollen base. We grow this species in our yard, where it has taken temperatures in the mid-20s F with little or no damage. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Beaucarnea gracilis 8-inch pots$18.00
From the Mexican states of Oaxaca and Puebla, this species is a small tree formed off of a swollen base. We grow this species in our yard, where it has taken temperatures in the mid-20s F with little or no damage. These plants are seedlings in 8-inch pots.
Beaucarnea gracilis one-gallon pots$12.00
From the Mexican states of Oaxaca and Puebla, this species is a small tree formed off of a swollen base. We grow this species in our yard, where it has taken temperatures in the mid-20s F with little or no damage. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Beaucarnea guatemalensis 5-inch pots$10.00
Not surprisingly, this species is from Guatemala, and it is a medium-sized tree with of a swollen base with relatively smooth bark. We grow this species in our yard, where it has taken temperatures in the mid-20s F with little or no damage. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Beaucarnea guatemalensis 8-inch pots$30.00
Not surprisingly, this species is from Guatemala, and it is a medium-sized tree with of a swollen base with relatively smooth bark. We grow this species in our yard, where it has taken temperatures in the mid-20s F with little or no damage. These plants are seedlings in 6-inch pots.
Beaucarnea guatemalensis one-gallon pots$15.00
Not surprisingly, this species is from Guatemala, and it is a medium-sized tree with of a swollen base with relatively smooth bark. We grow this species in our yard, where it has taken temperatures in the mid-20s F with little or no damage. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Beaucarnea hiriartiae 4-inch pots$10.00
From the Mexican state of Guerero, this species is similar to Beaucarnea stricta. It differs in its oval base and much longer stems and recurved leaves. The white flowers are held in a short panicle. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Beaucarnea hiriartiae 5-inch pots$12.00
From the Mexican state of Guerero, this species is similar to Beaucarnea stricta. It differs in its oval base and much longer stems and recurved leaves. The white flowers are held in a short panicle. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Beaucarnea hiriartiae one-gallon pots$15.00
From the Mexican state of Guerero, this species is similar to Beaucarnea stricta. It differs in its oval base and much longer stems and recurved leaves. The white flowers are held in a short panicle. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Beaucarnea recurvata 4-inch pots$8.00
From the Mexican state of Vera Cruz, this commonly available species is easily grown. What we really like about this species is that it conforms to either a container, where it can be root bound for long periods of time, or put into the ground in our area, where we have a large plant that only sustains leaf damage at low temperatures in the low 20s. These plants have small caudices in 4-inch pots.
Beaucarnea recurvata 8-inch pots$30.00
From the Mexican state of Vera Cruz, this commonly available species is easily grown. What we really like about this species is that it conforms to either a container, where it can be root bound for long periods of time, or put into the ground in our area, where we have a large plant that only sustains leaf damage at low temperatures in the low 20s. These plants have small caudices in 8-inch pots.
Beaucarnea sanctomariana 5-inch pots$12.00
This species is a recently described endemic from the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, Oaxaca, Mexico. The plants have a wide conical base, similar to but smaller than B. recurvata, only with rough bark, and it has smooth leaves without marginal prickles. It also has the smallest flowers of the genus but with larger inflorescences. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Beaucarnea sanctomariana one-gallon pots$16.00
This species is a recently described endemic from the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, Oaxaca, Mexico. The plants have a wide conical base, similar to but smaller than B. recurvata, only with rough bark, and it has smooth leaves without marginal prickles. It also has the smallest flowers of the genus but with larger inflorescences. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Beaucarnea stricta 8-inch pots$30.00
Perhaps the best of the Beaucarneas, this species, from Puebla and Oaxaca, Mexico, has a swollen trunk with cryptic, fissured bark. The leaves are relatively narrow compared with other species and are somewhat stiff. We?ve grown this species outside for a decade or more in Tucson, where it has taken 23F undamaged. These plants are seedlings in 8-inch pots.
Bombax ellipticum 2-gallon pots$35.00
Call is Pseudobombax if you will, but this species, widely distributed in Central America and the Caribbean, is known for its green-white caudex and large, trifoliate leaves. If you can get it large enough, the generally white flowers are large and spectacular. This is an appropriate plant for bonsai, and it does well in pot culture. These plants are seedlings in 2-gallon pots.
Bombax ellipticum 5-inch pots$15.00
Call is Pseudobombax if you will, but this species, widely distributed in Central America and the Caribbean, is known for its green-white caudex and large, trifoliate leaves. If you can get it large enough, the generally white flowers are large and spectacular. This is an appropriate plant for bonsai, and it does well in pot culture. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Bombax ellipticum one-gallon pots$20.00
Call is Pseudobombax if you will, but this species, widely distributed in Central America and the Caribbean, is known for its green-white caudex and large, trifoliate leaves. If you can get it large enough, the generally white flowers are large and spectacular. This is an appropriate plant for bonsai, and it does well in pot culture. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Boophane disticha 3-inch pots$8.00
This species is widespread in the Karoo of South Africa and highly desired by succulent plant collectors. A splay of distichous leaves arise from a bulb that typically is raised above ground; those leaves are green and glaucous. What makes this species so desirable besides the form are the intense red flowers that are produced in the spring. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Boswellia carteri 5-inch pots$30.00
One of the classic frankincense trees, Boswellia carteri is from Ethiopia. It is now considered to be synonymous with B. sacra, but we keep it separate because many of our customers request it. In habitat, these trees are tapped for their sap, which is burned in incense burners. The bark has that faint smell of frankincense. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Boswellia sacra 10-gallon pots$900.00
One of the classic frankincense trees, Boswellia sacra is from southern Oman and eastern Yemen. It is now considered to be synonymous with B. carteri from Ethiopia. In habitat, these trees are tapped for their sap, which is burned in incense burners. The bark has that faint smell of frankincense. These plants are rooted cuttings in 10-gallon pots. You must either pick this plant up from our nursery or arrange shipping; call for details.
Boswellia sacra 4-inch pots$30.00
One of the classic frankincense trees, Boswellia sacra is from southern Oman and eastern Yemen. It is now considered to be synonymous with B. carteri from Ethiopia. In habitat, these trees are tapped for their sap, which is burned in incense burners. The bark has that faint smell of frankincense. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Boswellia sacra 5-inch pots$35.00
One of the classic frankincense trees, Boswellia sacra is from southern Oman and eastern Yemen. It is now considered to be synonymous with B. carteri from Ethiopia. In habitat, these trees are tapped for their sap, which is burned in incense burners. The bark has that faint smell of frankincense. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Bowiea volubilis 3-inch pots$6.00
This nice bulb is from southern Namibia and Namaqualand of South Africa. The green filamentous stems trail away from the bulb. The flowers are a green-white color. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Bowiea volubilis 4-inch pots$8.00
This nice bulb is from southern Namibia and Namaqualand of South Africa. The green filamentous stems trail away from the bulb. The flowers are a green-white color. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Bowiea volubilis 5-inch pots$10.00
This nice bulb is from southern Namibia and Namaqualand of South Africa. The green filamentous stems trail away from the bulb. The flowers are a green-white color. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Brachychiton bidwillii 2-gallon pots$25.00
This small tree comes from eastern Australia. The leaves are palm-shaped, superficially resembling Brachychiton acerifolius, but they are silvery underneath and a little smaller. The flowers are red and relatively large for this genus. We expect these plants will withstand Tucson frost. These plants are seedlings in 2-gallon pots.
Brachychiton bidwillii 3-gallon pots$35.00
This small tree comes from eastern Australia. The leaves are palm-shaped, superficially resembling Brachychiton acerifolius, but they are silvery underneath and a little smaller. The flowers are red and relatively large for this genus. We expect these plants will withstand Tucson frost. These plants are seedlings in 3-gallon pots.
Brachychiton discolor 5-gallon pots$45.00
This tree is common in the rainforest environments of eastern Australia, where it can grow quite tall. The leaves are light green with 3-5 lobes. The flowers are large, showy, and pinkish-red. These plants are seedlings in 5-gallon pots.
Brachychiton populneum 3-gallon pots$35.00
This species is a tree from eastern Australia. It was named because someone thought the leaves look like those of the American poplar tree, and they tend to be light green and glossy. This plant is frost hardy in Tucson. These plants are seedlings in 3-gallon pots.
Brachychiton populneum one-gallon pots$15.00
This species is a tree from eastern Australia. It was named because someone thought the leaves look like those of the American poplar tree, and they tend to be light green and glossy. This plant is frost hardy in Tucson. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Brachychiton rupestris 2-gallon pots$25.00
This beautiful bottle tree, from Queensland, Australia, has a wonderful pachycaul form with inconspicuous flowers. The plants are frost hardy to 20F, and we grow this tree outside in Tucson, where it quickly can attain heights of 15 feet with a basal diameter of 1-2 feet. These plants are seedlings in 2-gallon pots.
Brachychiton rupestris 3-inch pots$7.00
This beautiful bottle tree, from Queensland, Australia, has a wonderful pachycaul form with inconspicuous flowers. The plants are frost hardy to 20F, and we grow this tree outside in Tucson, where it quickly can attain heights of 15 feet with a basal diameter of 1-2 feet. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Brachychiton rupestris 5-inch pots$11.00
This beautiful bottle tree, from Queensland, Australia, has a wonderful pachycaul form with inconspicuous flowers. The plants are frost hardy to 20F, and we grow this tree outside in Tucson, where it quickly can attain heights of 15 feet with a basal diameter of 1-2 feet. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Brachychiton rupestris one-gallon pots$15.00
This beautiful bottle tree, from Queensland, Australia, has a wonderful pachycaul form with inconspicuous flowers. The plants are frost hardy to 20F, and we grow this tree outside in Tucson, where it quickly can attain heights of 15 feet with a basal diameter of 1-2 feet. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Brighamia insignis one-gallon pots$20.00
This succulent species, from Hawaii, is endangered in habitat, which consists of basalt cliffs rising from the ocean. In part because of its appearance and because it has milky sap, you might confuse this species with a Euphorbia, but it is in the Campanulaceae. This species does not produce an extensive root system for the size of the plants We offer rooted cuttings of this species in one-gallon pots.
Browningia candelaris (OST-85108) 3-inch pots$12.00
This unusual tree-like cactus is from southern Peru with a distribution into Chile. It produces a large-diameter stem, and then produces a crown of smaller, nearly spineless stems, making it resemble a medusa tree. Its flowers are tubular, white, and unremarkable. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Bulbine fructescens (orange flower) 2-gallon pots$25.00
This species is from the western part of South Africa, where it grows in dry landscapes. It is a small shrub with linear green leaves that prolifically offsets, creating ground cover. The flowers are orange. These plants are rooted cuttings in 2-gallon pots.
Bulbine fructescens (orange flower) 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is from the western part of South Africa, where it grows in dry landscapes. It is a small shrub with linear green leaves that prolifically offsets, creating ground cover. The flowers are orange. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Bulbine fructescens (orange flower) one-gallon pots$15.00
This species is from the western part of South Africa, where it grows in dry landscapes. It is a small shrub with linear green leaves that prolifically offsets, creating ground cover. The flowers are orange. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Bulbine latifolia 4-inch pots$8.00
From the southeastern parts of South Africa, this species grows in the summer rainfall. Bearing some faint resemblance to an Aloe, these plants form a rosette of light-green, fleshy leaves. The flowers are yellow, showy, and very fragrant. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Bulbine latifolia 5-inch pots$10.00
From the southeastern parts of South Africa, this species grows in the summer rainfall. Bearing some faint resemblance to an Aloe, these plants form a rosette of light-green, fleshy leaves. The flowers are yellow, showy, and very fragrant. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Bulbine latifolia one-gallon pots$15.00
From the southeastern parts of South Africa, this species grows in the summer rainfall. Bearing some faint resemblance to an Aloe, these plants form a rosette of light-green, fleshy leaves. The flowers are yellow, showy, and very fragrant. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Bulbine narcissifolia 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is from the central provinces of South Africa, where it grows in the summer rainfall area. Not a bulb in the traditional sense, the roots are fibrous and swollen, and the leaves are light gray-green in color and linear. The flowers are yellow. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Bursera fagaroides 5-inch pots$11.00
Arguably the nicest species of the genus Bursera, B. fagaroides has a thick trunk with papery peeling bark and thrice-pinnate leaves. This species is from Baja California and Sonora, Mexico. Our seedlings have nice caudices and are in 5-inch pots.
Bursera fagaroides 8-inch pots$45.00
Arguably the nicest species of the genus Bursera, B. fagaroides has a thick trunk with papery peeling bark and thrice-pinnate leaves. This species is from Baja California and Sonora, Mexico. Our seedlings have nice caudices and are seedlings in 8-inch pots.
Bursera fagaroides one-gallon pots$15.00
Arguably the nicest species of the genus Bursera, B. fagaroides has a thick trunk with papery peeling bark and thrice-pinnate leaves. This species is from Baja California and Sonora, Mexico. Our seedlings have nice trunks and are in one-gallon pots.
Bursera hindsiana one-gallon pots$25.00
Bursera hindsiana, from Sonora and Baja California, has a thick trunk with papery peeling bark and palmate leaves. In habitat, this species has a reddish stem that is recognizable from a long distance away. This plant grows in our yard in Tucson, where it routinely freezes back to create a nice, compact form. Our rooted cuttings are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Bursera microphylla 5-inch pots$10.00
A native of Arizona and California, and extending southwards into Sonora and Baja California, this species of the genus Bursera develops a thick trunk with light gray-brown bark and finely pinnate leaves. We grow this species outside in Tucson, where it withstands 25F; heavier frost actually sculpts the plants into a nicer, more compact form. Our rooted cuttings are in 5-inch pots.
Bursera microphylla 8-inch pots$30.00
A native of Arizona and California, and extending southwards into Sonora and Baja California, this species of the genus Bursera develops a thick trunk with light gray-brown bark and finely pinnate leaves. We grow this species outside in Tucson, where it withstands 25F; heavier frost actually sculpts the plants into a nicer, more compact form. Our plants are seedlings in 8-inch pots.
Bursera microphylla one-gallon pots$15.00
A native of Arizona and California, and extending southwards into Sonora and Baja California, this species of the genus Bursera develops a thick trunk with light gray-brown bark and finely pinnate leaves. We grow this species outside in Tucson, where it withstands 25F; heavier frost actually sculpts the plants into a nicer, more compact form. Our seedlings are in one-gallon pots and stand about a foot tall.
Bursera schlechtendalii one-gallon pots$20.00
Widely distributed in Mexico, this plant ranges in size from shrubs to trees. The stem has an overall copper-red appearance with shredding bark and highly aromatic resin. The leaves tend to be trifoliate and light green with considerable variability in age and maturity of the plant. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Bursera silviae 2-inch pots$10.00
This recently described species (2008) is from the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, where it occurs along the Pacific coast. This deciduous tree has non-peeling, green bark. The leaves occur on a rachis that bear 5-7 leaflets, including a terminal leaf that is roughly triangular. The sap has a lemony scent. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Bursera simaruba 2-gallon pots$40.00
This species occurs over a broad range from southern Florida through the Caribbean and Mexico and into South America. This tree, which can grow to 90 feet tall, has red peeling bark and pinnate leaves with reddish-green ovate leaflets. These plants are rooted cuttings in 2-gallon pots.
Bursera simaruba one-gallon pots$18.00
This species occurs over a broad range from southern Florida through the Caribbean and Mexico and into South America. This tree, which can grow to 90 feet tall, has red peeling bark and pinnate leaves with reddish-green ovate leaflets. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Calibanus hookeri 4-inch pots$9.00
From Mexico, this species has grass-like leaves arising from a woody caudex that rapidly gets quite large. In Tucson, we grow this outside, where it is frost and drought resistant. We offer seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Calibanus hookeri 5-inch pots$12.00
From Mexico, this species has grass-like leaves arising from a woody caudex that rapidly gets quite large. In Tucson, we grow this outside, where it is frost and drought resistant. We offer seedlings in 6-inch pots.
Calibanus hookeri one-gallon pots$18.00
From Mexico, this species has grass-like leaves arising from a woody caudex that rapidly gets quite large. In Tucson, we grow this outside, where it is frost and drought resistant. We offer seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Callisia fragrans 4-inch pots$9.00
This species is from southeastern Mexico. It has large, plain-green leaves produced from stolons, and while it is not unattractive, you buy this species for the small white flowers, which are extremely fragrant. During spring, this species can fill our greenhouse with a heavenly scent. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Callisia fragrans one-gallon pots$15.00
This species is from southeastern Mexico. It has large, plain-green leaves produced from stolons, and while it is not unattractive, you buy this species for the small white flowers, which are extremely fragrant. During spring, this species can fill our greenhouse with a heavenly scent. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Callisia navicularis 3-inch pots$7.00
Formerly known as Tradescantia navicularis, this species is from eastern Mexico. With its distichous, folded leaves, it has pretty foliage accentuated with purple stripes on the petioles. The flowers are pinkish-purple. These plants are rooted cuttings in 3-inch pots.
Callisia navicularis 4-inch pots$9.00
Formerly known as Tradescantia navicularis, this species is from eastern Mexico. With its distichous, folded leaves, it has pretty foliage accentuated with purple stripes on the petioles. The flowers are pinkish-purple. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Caralluma acutangula 2-inch pots$6.00
From across the Sahel Region of northern Africa and the Arabian Peninsula, this species of Caralluma is noteworthy for its heads of near-black flowers that attract innumerable flies to its rotting smell. The stems tend to be 4-5 angled and uniform grey-green, and with time this becomes a very attractive plant. We offer seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Caralluma acutangula 3-inch pots$7.00
From across the Sahel Region of northern Africa and the Arabian Peninsula, this species of Caralluma is noteworthy for its heads of near-black flowers that attract innumerable flies to its rotting smell. The stems tend to be 4-5 angled and uniform grey-green, and with time this becomes a very attractive plant. We offer seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Caralluma foetida one-gallon pots$18.00
From Kenya and Uganda, this clumping species has four-angled stems. When flowering, the reason for the name becomes clear, because the stench, and the flies that this plant draws, makes it an ideal outdoor plant, at least for part of the year. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Caralluma speciosa one-gallon pots$15.00
From East Africa northwards to the Sudan, this clumping species has four-angled stems that are soft. The spherical inflorescence of dark purple and yellow flowers is pretty, but it stinks bad enough to attract flies, which are the pollinators. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Caralluma wissmannii 3-inch pots$10.00
From the southern Arabian Peninsula, particularly Yemen, this species has the body of a small Caralluma and the flower of an Orbea. We put it in Caralluma because that‘s what it resembles most to us. However, besides that spotted gray-green body, the flower has linear lobes and multicolored parts. These plants are rooted cuttings in 3-inch pots.
Carnegia gigantea (saguaro) 2-inch pots$5.00
Saguaros are the stately columnar cacti of the Sonoran Desert, and this cactus is the iconic image of Arizona (following Grand Canyon, of course). These saguaro seedlings range from 2 to 3 inches in height and are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Carnegia gigantea (saguaro) 3-inch pots$6.00
Saguaros are the stately columnar cacti of the Sonoran Desert, and this cactus is the iconic image of Arizona (following Grand Canyon, of course). These saguaro seedlings range from 2 to 3 inches in height and are in 4-inch pots.
Carnegia gigantea (saguaro) 4-inch pots$8.00
Saguaros are the stately columnar cacti of the Sonoran Desert, and this cactus is the iconic image of Arizona (following Grand Canyon, of course). These saguaro seedlings range from 3 to 4 inches in height and are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Carnegia gigantea (saguaro) 5-inch pots$10.00
This stately columnar cactus, one of the iconic images of Arizona, are relatively slow growing. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Carruanthus peersii 3-inch pots$6.00
From Rondekop, southwest of Willowmore and straddling the Eastern and Western Cape Province, this species has leaves that are thick and fleshy, resembling those of the almost toothless "tiger jaws" (Faucaria). The leaves are rooted cuttings in a flat rosette developing from a short branching stem, and the species forms mats in habitat. The flowers petals are yellow with pink tips. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Carruanthus peersii 5-inch pots$10.00
From Rondekop, southwest of Willowmore and straddling the Eastern and Western Cape Province, this species has leaves that are thick and fleshy, resembling those of the almost toothless "tiger jaws" (Faucaria). The leaves are rooted cuttings in a flat rosette developing from a short branching stem, and the species forms mats in habitat. The flowers petals are yellow with pink tips. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Cattleya hybrid (red-orange flowers) 6-inch pots$30.00
These terrestrial orchids are from Central and South America. They consist of pseudobulbs, which appear above ground, that produce one to several plain green leaves. The flowers are large and spectacular, and they may be of several possible color combinations. These plants are rooted offsets in 6-inch pots.
Cattleya hybrid (yellow-purple flowers) 6-inch pots$30.00
These terrestrial orchids are from Central and South America. They consist of pseudobulbs, which appear above ground, that produce one to several plain green leaves. The flowers are large and spectacular, and they may be of several possible color combinations. These plants are rooted offsets in 6-inch pots.
Cattleya hybrid (yellow-violet flowers) 6-inch pots$30.00
These terrestrial orchids are from Central and South America. They consist of pseudobulbs, which appear above ground, that produce one to several plain green leaves. The flowers are large and spectacular, and they may be of several possible color combinations. These plants are rooted offsets in 6-inch pots.
Ceiba acuminata 2-gallon pots$25.00
This is the kapok tree from northwestern Mexico, and the fluff from the seed pots was once used to fill life jackets. This is a stately tree that has digitate green leaves. These plants are seedlings in 2-gallon pots.
Ceiba insignis 3-inch pots$8.00
This pachycaul tree is from Brazil and Argentina. Once in the genus Chorisia, this species is known for its photosynthetic trunk bearing large, blunt spines. The leaves are green and multi-fingered, and the flowers are white to pink in color. This plant is common in the southern California landscape, but the most extreme frosts in Tucson (23F or lower) will damage or kill it. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Ceiba insignis 5-inch pots$12.00
This pachycaul tree is from Brazil and Argentina. Once in the genus Chorisia, this species is known for its photosynthetic trunk bearing large, blunt spines. The leaves are green and multi-fingered, and the flowers are white to pink in color. This plant is common in the southern California landscape, but the most extreme frosts in Tucson (23F or lower) will damage or kill it. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Ceiba insignis one-gallon pots$15.00
This pachycaul tree is from Brazil and Argentina. Once in the genus Chorisia, this species is known for its photosynthetic trunk bearing large, blunt spines. The leaves are green and multi-fingered, and the flowers are white to pink in color. This plant is common in the southern California landscape, but the most extreme frosts in Tucson (23F or lower) will damage or kill it. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Ceiba pentandra 2-gallon pots$25.00
This unique pachycaul tree is from central Mexico, but it is planted worldwide in the tropics as an ornamental. The stems have spines and the leaves are green and trifoliate. With time, this species grows buttress-form roots that are extremely impressive. These plants are seedlings in 2-gallon pots.
Ceiba pentandra 5-inch pots$11.00
This unique pachycaul tree is from central Mexico, but it is planted worldwide in the tropics as an ornamental. The stems have spines and the leaves are green and trifoliate. With time, this species grows buttress-form roots that are extremely impressive. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Ceiba pentandra one-gallon pots$15.00
This unique pachycaul tree is from central Mexico, but it is planted worldwide in the tropics as an ornamental. The stems have spines and the leaves are green and trifoliate. With time, this species grows buttress-form roots that are extremely impressive. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Ceiba speciosa 5-inch pots$10.00
This pachycaul tree is from Brazil and Argentina. Once in the genus Chorisia, this species is known for its photosynthetic trunk bearing large, blunt spines. The leaves are green and multi-fingered, and the flowers are pink to purple. This plant is common in the southern California landscape, but the most extreme frosts in Tucson (23F or lower) will kill it. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Ceiba speciosa one-gallon pots$15.00
This pachycaul tree is from Brazil and Argentina. Once in the genus Chorisia, this species is known for its photosynthetic trunk bearing large, blunt spines. The leaves are green and multi-fingered, and the flowers are pink to purple. This plant is common in the southern California landscape, but the most extreme frosts in Tucson (23F or lower) will kill it. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Cephalopentandra ecirrhosa 4-inch pots$14.00
This species, from Somalia, Ethiopia, Kenya, and Uganda, forms a huge caudex. The vining stems have pretty cordate leaves that are quite large and showy in their own right. The flowers are a bright yellow and produces a large, red fruit. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots and have caudices that are nearly an inch in diameter.
Cephalopentandra ecirrhosa one-gallon pots$30.00
This species, from Somalia, Ethiopia, Kenya, and Uganda, forms a huge caudex. The vining stems have pretty cordate leaves that are quite large and showy in their own right. The flowers are a bright yellow and produces a large, red fruit. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots and have caudices that are about 3-inches in diameter.
Cephalophyllum spongiosum 3-inch pots$7.00
This species has been moved to Jordaaniella spongiosa, but we'll leave it under the more familiar Cephalophyllum for now. It has thick, gray-green, finger-like leaves that are upright, and the plant either creeps along the ground or straggles through bushes. This species has extremely large flowers that are red with orange elements. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Ceraria fruticulosa (little-leaf form) 3-inch pots$7.00
This succulent shrub from South Africa and Namibia has miniature pink flowers. It is common in the Richtersveld in the hyperarid area of the Northern Cape, and it forms a caudex when buried by sand. The leaves are pale green and fleshy, and the branches taper to a fine diameter at their ends. This unusual form has greatly reduced leaves. These plants are rooted cuttings in 3-inch pots.
Ceraria fruticulosa (little-leaf form) 4-inch pots$10.00
This succulent shrub from South Africa and Namibia has miniature pink flowers. It is common in the Richtersveld in the hyperarid area of the Northern Cape, and it forms a caudex when buried by sand. The leaves are pale green and fleshy, and the branches taper to a fine diameter at their ends. This unusual form has greatly reduced leaves. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Ceraria fruticulosa (little-leaf form) 5-inch pots$12.00
This succulent shrub from South Africa and Namibia has miniature pink flowers. It is common in the Richtersveld in the hyperarid area of the Northern Cape, and it forms a caudex when buried by sand. The leaves are pale green and fleshy, and the branches taper to a fine diameter at their ends. This unusual form has greatly reduced leaves. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Ceraria fruticulosa (little-leaf form) 8-inch pots$30.00
This succulent shrub from South Africa and Namibia has miniature pink flowers. It is common in the Richtersveld in the hyperarid area of the Northern Cape, and it forms a caudex when buried by sand. The leaves are pale green and fleshy, and the branches taper to a fine diameter at their ends. This unusual form has greatly reduced leaves. These plants are rooted cuttings in 8-inch pots.
Ceraria fruticulosa (little-leaf form) one-gallon pots$15.00
This succulent shrub from South Africa and Namibia has miniature pink flowers. It is common in the Richtersveld in the hyperarid area of the Northern Cape, and it forms a caudex when buried by sand. The leaves are pale green and fleshy, and the branches taper to a fine diameter at their ends. This unusual form has greatly reduced leaves. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Ceraria fruticulosa 5-inch pots$10.00
This succulent shrub from South Africa and Namibia has miniature pink flowers. It is common in the Richtersveld in the hyperarid area of the Northern Cape, and it forms a caudex when buried by sand. The leaves are pale green and fleshy, and the branches taper to a fine diameter at their ends. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Ceraria fruticulosa 8-inch pots$35.00
This succulent shrub from South Africa and Namibia has miniature pink flowers. It is common in the Richtersveld in the hyperarid area of the Northern Cape, and it forms a caudex when buried by sand. The leaves are pale green and fleshy, and the branches taper to a fine diameter at their ends. These plants are rooted cuttings in 8-inch pots.
Ceraria fruticulosa one-gallon pots$15.00
This succulent shrub from South Africa and Namibia has miniature pink flowers. It is common in the Richtersveld in the hyperarid area of the Northern Cape, and it forms a caudex when buried by sand. The leaves are pale green and fleshy, and the branches taper to a fine diameter at their ends. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Ceraria pygmaea 4-inch pots$10.00
Once known as Portulacaria pygmaea, Gordon Rowley moved this species into the genus Ceraria in 1996. This miniature caudiciform forms a small shrub with small, rounded succulent leaves that are decidedly pear-shaped. From the Northern Cape Province of South Africa, this species is dioecious, forming flowers that are white to pale pink. Why not make it a bonsai? the species wants to grow that way. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Ceraria pygmaea 5-inch pots$15.00
Once known as Portulacaria pygmaea, Gordon Rowley moved this species into the genus Ceraria in 1996. This miniature caudiciform forms a small shrub with small, rounded succulent leaves that are decidedly pear-shaped. From the Northern Cape Province of South Africa, this species is dioecious, forming flowers that are white to pale pink. Why not make it a bonsai? the species wants to grow that way. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Cereus hildemannius ssp. uruguayensis 3-inch pots$6.00
This South American species has two subspecies, and this one, as the name indicates, is from Uruguay. It is a tree-like species with large, gray-green stems that usually are spineless on mature plants. The flowers are large with pinkish-red petal tips. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Cereus peruvianus cv ‘La Belle‘ 3-gallon pots$35.00
This is a form of the monstrose Cereus peruvianus which is, as the epithet indicates, from Peru. These plants, unlike the typical species, have blue-green stems with very strange deformities. These plants likely flower with large white blossoms tinged with purple. These plants are rooted cuttings in 3-gallon pots.
Ceropegia aristolochoides ssp. deflersiana 5-inch pots$10.00
From northern Yemen and Saudi Arabia, this Ceropegia has thickened roots but is a vine succulent. The stems aren‘t a whole lot to look at: they basically are green with few markings. The flower resembles that of Aristolochia, or Dutchman‘s Pipe. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Ceropegia crassifolia 2-inch pots$6.00
This species is widely distributed in eastern and southern Africa. These plants produce a long thing twining vine from a large fibrous root stock. The above-ground stems appear to be winter deciduous in our nursery. The flowers are mostly white. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Ceropegia dichotoma 5-inch pots$10.00
From the Canary Islands, this vining species has gray-green stems with purple spots and mostly inconspicuous leaves. The flowers are mostly white with numerous spots. These plants are seedling in 5-inch pots.
Ceropegia linearis ssp. debilis 3-inch pots$6.00
This species is from Malawi and Zimbabwe. The leaves are (surprise!) linear, succulent, and arranged along long stems. The corolla is dark purple and fairly small. These plants are rooted offsets in 3-inch pots.
Ceropegia linearis ssp. debilis 4-inch pots$8.00
This species is from Malawi and Zimbabwe. The leaves are (surprise!) linear, succulent, and arranged along long stems. The corolla is dark purple and fairly small. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Ceropegia sandersonii 4-inch pots$9.00
From eastern South Africa and Swaziland, this species is related to Ceropegia radicans. Twining stems bearing crenulate green leaves are perennial and arise from a more-or-less tuberous rootstock. It is called umbrella plant because the flowers are greenish white and look like upside-down umbrellas. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Chamaelobivia silvestri 3-inch pots$6.00
In the crazy world that is taxonomy within the Cactaceae, Chamaelobivia – which is a hybrid between Chamaecereus and Lobivia, both of which have been sunk into the genus Echinopsis – is definitely an old school name. This shrubby species, with stubby stems, produces nearly tubular red-orange flowers. These plants are rooted cuttings in 3-inch pots.
Chamaelobivia silvestri 4-inch pots$8.00
In the crazy world that is taxonomy within the Cactaceae, Chamaelobivia – which is a hybrid between Chamaecereus and Lobivia, both of which have been sunk into the genus Echinopsis – is definitely an old school name. This shrubby species, with stubby stems, produces nearly tubular red-orange flowers. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Chamaelobivia silvestri cv 'Red Hot Chili Poker' one-gallon pots$15.00
In the crazy world that is taxonomy within the Cactaceae, Chamaelobivia – which is a hybrid between Chamaecereus and Lobivia, both of which have been sunk into the genus Echinopsis – is definitely an old school name. This shrubby species, with its thin, wand-like stems, produces nearly tubular red flowers that earn its cultivar name. We suspect this species could be hardy in the winter cold of Tucson but have not tried it yet. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Cheiridopsis brownii (SB 775) 2-inch pots$6.00
From central Namaqualand of South Africa, Cheirodopsis brownii is similar to C. robusta, ones of the most common of the Cheirodopsis, but C. brownii is restricted to sandy soils in very specific geologic formations with shales, sandstones, and quartzites in the northwest part of Namaqualand along the lower Orange River. Its growth form is compact with short leaves. Its flowers are yellow with subtle purple highlights. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Cheiridopsis bruynsii 2-inch pots$6.00
From Namaqualand in South Africa, Cheiridopsis bruynsii is a small mound-forming species with green paired leaves with small teeth that resemble spotted scissors. The flowers are yellow. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Cheiridopsis caroli-schmidtii 2-inch pots$6.00
This species is from the biseasonal rainfall area near Luderitz, Namibia. It has paired blue-green paired leaves that are relatively short and resemble scissors. The flowers are yellow. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Cheiridopsis denticulata 2-inch pots$5.00
From Namaqualand in South Africa, this little squat mesemb was once known as Cheiridopsis candissima. It has blue-green paired leaves that are long and resemble scissors. The flowers are yellow. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Cheiridopsis denticulata 3-inch pots$6.00
From Namaqualand in South Africa, this little squat mesemb was once known as Cheiridopsis candissima. It has blue-green paired leaves that are long and resemble scissors. The flowers are yellow. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Cheiridopsis gamoepensis 2-inch pots$6.00
This species generally is associated with reddish soils bearing a quartzite-pebble covering, and it occurs in north-central Namaqualand. Cheirodopsis gamoepensis has blue-green leaves that are long and keeled, and its flowers are yellow. Cheirodopsis imitans is a similar-looking species but has a woody root system, which may not be apparent on the surface. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Cheiridopsis namaquensis 2-inch pots$5.00
As the epithet indicates, this species is from Namaqualand in South Africa. The leaves of this plant tend to elongate from the typical compact form in habitat, and the paired leaves that resemble scissors are gray-green with a nearly rugose surface. The flowers are predictably yellow but can vary. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Cheiridopsis peculiaris 3-inch pots$6.00
From Namaqualand in South Africa, this little squat mesemb has interesting paired leaves that are plain green but look like scissors. The flowers are predictably yellow. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Cissus adeyana (WY 1165) 4-inch pots$10.00
From Ethiopia and Kenya, this distinctive member of the Vitaceae is rarely offered in cultivation. These plants are propagated from material originally collected near Mwenbeni Station southwest of Mwatate, Kenya (WY 1165). The thin stems have eight facets, four of which are deep green grooves and four of which are raised gray-green convex surfaces. A climber, this species is best suited as an understory plant. The flowers are inconspicuous. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Cissus adeyana (WY 1165) 5-inch pots$10.00
From Ethiopia and Kenya, this distinctive member of the Vitaceae is rarely offered in cultivation. These plants are propagated from material originally collected near Mwenbeni Station southwest of Mwatate, Kenya (WY 1165). The thin stems have eight facets, four of which are deep green grooves and four of which are raised gray-green convex surfaces. A climber, this species is best suited as an understory plant. The flowers are inconspicuous. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Cissus adeyana (WY 1206) 5-inch pots$10.00
From Ethiopia and Kenya, this distinctive member of the Vitaceae is rarely offered in cultivation. These plants are propagated from material originally collected southwest of Mwatate, Kenya (WY 1206). The thin stems have eight facets, four of which are deep green grooves and four of which are raised gray-green convex surfaces. A climber, this species is best suited as an understory plant. The flowers are inconspicuous. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Cissus albiporcata 5-inch pots$10.00
From Kenya and northern Tanzania, this recently described species is similar to C. adeyana with some notable exceptions. The stem is considered to be 8-sided – four sides of flat green surface separated by four sides of white. Unlike C. adeyana, the green sides are not indented into the stem. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Cissus albiporcata 8-inch pots$25.00
From Kenya and northern Tanzania, this recently described species is similar to C. adeyana with some notable exceptions. The stem is considered to be 8-sided – four sides of flat green surface separated by four sides of white. Unlike C. adeyana, the green sides are not indented into the stem. These plants are rooted cuttings in 8-inch pots.
Cissus cactiformis (WY 1119) 5-inch pots$10.00
This species, which ranges widely on the eastern side of Africa, is a climbing succulent vine. These plants are propagated from material originally collected south of Dodoma, Tanzania (WY 1119). Once you see those leaves, you readily put it in the Vitaceae (grape) family. The stems are quadrangular with wavy margins between the nodes. This clone has a blue-green body with pinkish-red wavy margins and the stem is a little more robust than the typical form. We offer rooted cuttings of this species in 5-inch pots.
Cissus cactiformis (WY 1203) 5-inch pots$10.00
This species, which ranges widely on the eastern side of Africa, is a climbing succulent vine. These plants are propagated from material originally collected from eastern Kenya (WY 1203). Once you see those leaves, you readily put it in the Vitaceae (grape) family. The stems are quadrangular with wavy margins between the nodes. This clone has a blue-green body with pinkish-red wavy margins and the stem is a little more robust than the typical form. We offer rooted cuttings of this species in 5-inch pots.
Cissus cactiformis 4-inch pots$8.00
This species, which ranges widely on the eastern side of Africa, is a climbing succulent vine. Once you see those leaves, you readily put it in the Vitaceae (grape) family. The stems are quadrangular with wavy margins between the nodes. We offer rooted cuttings of this species suitable for 4-inch pots.
Cissus cactiformis 5-inch pots$10.00
This species, which ranges widely on the eastern side of Africa, is a climbing succulent vine. Once you see those leaves, you readily put it in the Vitaceae (grape) family. The stems are quadrangular with wavy margins between the nodes. We offer rooted cuttings of this species suitable for 5-inch pots.
Cissus cactiformis 8-inch pots$25.00
This species, which ranges widely on the eastern side of Africa, is a climbing succulent vine. Once you see those leaves, you readily put it in the Vitaceae (grape) family. The stems are quadrangular with wavy margins between the nodes. We offer rooted cuttings of this species suitable for 8-inch pots.
Cissus hamaderoensis (WY 1098) 4-inch pots$12.00
Widespread in the uplands on the island of Socotra (Yemen), this species is a low shrub that produces climbing stems. When mature, the stems are H-shaped in cross section and gray-green in color. The leaves are small and inconspicuous, and the flowers are inconsequential. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Cissus hamaderoensis (WY 1098) 5-inch pots$15.00
Widespread in the uplands on the island of Socotra (Yemen), this species is a low shrub that produces climbing stems. When mature, the stems are H-shaped in cross section and gray-green in color. The leaves are small and inconspicuous, and the flowers are inconsequential. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Cissus phymatocarpa (WY 1113) 4-inch pots$8.00
From southeastern Kenya and northeastern Tanzania, these plants are propagated from material originally collected along the Mombasa Highway (WY 1113). This species has 4- to 5-angled stems that tend to be bluish-green when young and small heart-shaped leaves. The nodes between growth spurts tend to be constricted. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Cissus phymatocarpa (WY 1113) 5-inch pots$10.00
From southeastern Kenya and northeastern Tanzania, these plants are propagated from material originally collected along the Mombasa Highway (WY 1113). This species has 4- to 5-angled stems that tend to be bluish-green when young and small heart-shaped leaves. The nodes between growth spurts tend to be constricted. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Cissus phymatocarpa 4-inch pots$8.00
From southeastern Kenya and northeastern Tanzania, this species has 4- to 5-angled stems and small heart-shaped leaves. The nodes between growth spurts tend to be constricted. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Cissus phymatocarpa 5-inch pots$10.00
From southeastern Kenya and northeastern Tanzania, this species has 4- to 5-angled stems and small heart-shaped leaves. The nodes between growth spurts tend to be constricted. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Cissus quadrangularis var. aculeatangula (WY 1101) 5-inch pots$10.00
One of the most widespread succulents in East Africa through southern Asia to the Philippines, Cissus quadrangularis is a viney member of the grape family that forms large splays of 4-angled branches with horny margins. The margins of variety aculeatangula, has tiny bristles on the stem margins. This variety, from material originally collected near Olorgessalie, Kenya (WY 1101). We offer rooted cuttings of this variety suitable for 5-inch pots.
Cissus quadrangularis var. aculeatangula (WY 1173) 5-inch pots$10.00
One of the most widespread succulents in East Africa through southern Asia to the Philippines, Cissus quadrangularis is a viney member of the grape family that forms large splays of 4-angled branches with horny margins. The margins of variety aculeatangula, has tiny bristles on the stem margins. This variety, from material originally collected near Lake Borgoria, Kenya (WY 1173). We offer rooted cuttings of this variety suitable for 5-inch pots.
Cissus quadrangularis var. aculeatangula (WY 1173) 8-inch pots$25.00
One of the most widespread succulents in East Africa through southern Asia to the Philippines, Cissus quadrangularis is a viney member of the grape family that forms large splays of 4-angled branches with horny margins. The margins of variety aculeatangula, has tiny bristles on the stem margins. This variety, from material originally collected near Lake Borgoria, Kenya (WY 1173). We offer rooted cuttings of this variety suitable for 8-inch pots.
Cissus quadrangularis var. pubescens (Voi, Kenya) 4-inch pots$6.00
One of the most widespread succulents in East Africa through southern Asia to the Philippines, Cissus quadrangularis is a viney member of the grape family that forms large splays of (surprise!) 4-angled branches. The margins of variety pubescens are horny and relatively sharp compared to other Cissus. This form, from material originally collected near Voi, Kenya, has small bristles on the stem margins. We offer rooted cuttings of this species suitable for 4-inch pots.
Cissus quadrangularis var. pubescens (Voi, Kenya) 5-inch pots$10.00
One of the most widespread succulents in East Africa through southern Asia to the Philippines, Cissus quadrangularis is a viney member of the grape family that forms large splays of (surprise!) 4-angled branches. The margins of variety pubescens are horny and relatively sharp compared to other Cissus. This form, from material originally collected near Voi, Kenya, has small bristles on the stem margins. We offer rooted cuttings of this species suitable for 4-inch pots.
Cissus quadrangularis var. pubescens (Voi, Kenya) 5-inch pots$11.00
One of the most widespread succulents in East Africa through southern Asia to the Philippines, Cissus quadrangularis is a viney member of the grape family that forms large splays of (surprise!) 4-angled branches. The margins of variety pubescens are horny and relatively sharp compared to other Cissus. This form, from material originally collected near Voi, Kenya, has small bristles on the stem margins. We offer rooted cuttings of this species suitable for 5-inch pots.
Cissus quadrangularis var. pubescens (Voi, Kenya) 8-inch pots$25.00
One of the most widespread succulents in East Africa through southern Asia to the Philippines, Cissus quadrangularis is a viney member of the grape family that forms large splays of (surprise!) 4-angled branches. The margins of variety pubescens are horny and relatively sharp compared to other Cissus. This form, from material originally collected near Voi, Kenya, has small bristles on the stem margins. We offer rooted cuttings of this species suitable for 8-inch pots.
Cissus quadrangularis var. quadrangularis (WY 1017) 5-inch pots$10.00
One of the most widespread succulents in East Africa through southern Asia to the Philippines, Cissus quadrangularis is a viney member of the grape family that forms large splays of (surprise!) 4-angled branches. This form, from material originally collected in Wadi Nagra, Yemen (WY 1017), is much greener than the African forms and does not have sharp or bristling margins. We offer rooted cuttings of this species suitable for 5-inch pots.
Cissus rotundifolia (WY 1134) 5-inch pots$10.00
This cosmopolitan species has a range from Arabia to South Africa and onto some islands in the Indian Ocean. A climber, this species has thin round stems and succulent green leaves that are ovate. This species forms large splays of vines, covering bushes and trees in habitat. These plants came from material collected west of Hajja, Yemen (WY 1134) and are significantly different from the forms of C. rotundifolia common on the African continent. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Cissus rotundifolia 8-inch pots$20.00
This cosmopolitan species has a range from Arabia to South Africa and onto some islands in the Indian Ocean. A climber, this species has thin round stems and succulent green leaves that are ovate. This species forms large splays of vines, covering bushes and trees in habitat. These plants came from material collected in Kenya and are rooted cuttings in 8-inch pots.
Cissus rotundifolia disks$15.00
This cosmopolitan species has a range from Arabia to South Africa and onto some islands in the Indian Ocean. A climber, this species has thin round stems and succulent green leaves that are ovate. These disks are specially cooked leaves that are compressed and dried. In Yemen, these are used in cooking as a digestive aid and curative for stomach ailments. We do not recommend that you eat this product, but while this looks unappetizing, it is an interesting herbal remedy that we obtained in the suq in Taiz, Yemen. We?re offering two disks per bag.
Cissus subaphylla 4-inch pots$8.00
Widespread on the island of Socotra (Yemen), this species is a low shrub that grows mostly in the lower elevation alluvial fans or on mostly limestone slopes. Unlike many members of the genus Cissus, this one does not have climbing stems. The stems are flattened and gray-green in color, the leaves are small and inconspicuous, and the flowers are also inconsequential. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Cissus subaphylla 5-inch pots$11.00
Widespread on the island of Socotra (Yemen), this species is a low shrub that grows mostly in the lower elevation alluvial fans or on mostly limestone slopes. Unlike many members of the genus Cissus, this one does not have climbing stems. The stems are flattened and gray-green in color, the leaves are small and inconspicuous, and the flowers are also inconsequential. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Cissus subaphylla 8-inch hanging pots$35.00
Widespread on the island of Socotra (Yemen), this species is a low shrub that grows mostly in the lower elevation alluvial fans or on mostly limestone slopes. Unlike many members of the genus Cissus, this one does not have climbing stems. The stems are flattened and gray-green in color, the leaves are small and inconspicuous, and the flowers are also inconsequential. These plants are rooted cuttings in 8-inch hanging pots.
Cissus subaphylla one-gallon pots$20.00
Widespread on the island of Socotra (Yemen), this species is a low shrub that grows mostly in the lower elevation alluvial fans or on mostly limestone slopes. Unlike many members of the genus Cissus, this one does not have climbing stems. The stems are flattened and gray-green in color, the leaves are small and inconspicuous, and the flowers are also inconsequential. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Cissus trifoliata 4-inch pots$6.00
Known as Arizona grape, this species is widespread across the southern part of the United States, extending into the highlands of northern Mexico. It typically occurs in riparian settings in the arid and semiarid parts of its range. It is not a true succulent, although the leaves are relatively thick and succulent; the rootstock resembles more of a domestic Vitis than other succulent Cissus. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Cissus trifoliata 5-inch pots$8.00
Known as Arizona grape, this species is widespread across the southern part of the United States, extending into the highlands of northern Mexico. It typically occurs in riparian settings in the arid and semiarid parts of its range. It is not a true succulent, although the leaves are relatively thick and succulent; the rootstock resembles more of a domestic Vitis than other succulent Cissus. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Cissus tuberosa 5-inch pots$10.00
From Mexico, this species forms a large woody tuber. The vine grows several feet of vine each year, and new caudices are formed where those vines touch the ground. We offer rooted cuttings of this species in 5-inch pots.
Cissus tuberosa 8-inch pots$25.00
From Mexico, this species forms a large woody tuber. The vine grows several feet of vine each year, and new caudices are formed where those vines touch the ground. We offer rooted cuttings of this species in 8-inch pots.
Cleistocactus baumannii 2-inch pots$6.00
This shrubby columnar cactus is from the region of northern Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, and Uruguay. Its wand-like stems are several feet long, green, with grayish-yellow spines. The flowers are tubular and red. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Cleistocactus straussii 2-inch pots$6.00
From Bolivia and Argentina, this shrubby species is a short columnar cactus with gray-green stems that are dominated by the color of the dense spines, which tend to be rather soft. The mostly tubular flowers flare to a pale-red color. These plants are hardy in Tucson, Arizona. These plants are rooted cuttings in 2-inch pots.
Cleistocactus straussii 8-inch pots$30.00
From Bolivia and Argentina, this shrubby species is a short columnar cactus with gray-green stems that are dominated by the color of the dense spines, which tend to be rather soft. The mostly tubular flowers flare to a pale-red color. These plants are hardy in Tucson, Arizona. These plants are rooted cuttings in 8-inch pots.
Cleistocactus tupezensis 8-inch pots$30.00
From Bolivia, this species is a short columnar cactus with thin stems that are dominated by the gray color of the dense spines, which tend to be rather soft. The mostly tubular flowers flare to a pale-red color. These plants appear to be hardy in Tucson. These plants are rooted cuttings in 8-inch pots.
Cleistocactus tupezensis one-gallon pots$15.00
From Bolivia, this species is a short columnar cactus with thin stems that are dominated by the gray color of the dense spines, which tend to be rather soft. The mostly tubular flowers flare to a pale-red color. These plants appear to be hardy in Tucson. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Cleistocactus winteri 4-inch pots$8.00
From Bolivia, this species is a sprawling cactus with thin stems that are dominated by the color of the dense, yellow spines, which tend to be rather soft. The mostly tubular flowers flare to a greenish-red set of petals. These plants appear to be hardy in Tucson. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Cleistocactus winteri 5-inch pots$10.00
From Bolivia, this species is a sprawling cactus with thin stems that are dominated by the color of the dense, yellow spines, which tend to be rather soft. The mostly tubular flowers flare to a greenish-red set of petals. These plants appear to be hardy in Tucson. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Clerodendrum makanjanum one-gallon pots$15.00
This woody shrub from Kenya has beautiful flowers and small black berries. This species produces large tuberous roots that produce adventitious sprouts above ground. The leaves are a medium dark green and are nicely veined. The plant flowers before it leafs out. We offer rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Coccinia sessilifolia 4-inch pots$8.00
From Namibia, this geophyte a large, tuberous rootstock. The leaves are approximately palmate in outline and, as the name implies, are on short petioles from the vines. The flowers are monoecious, with both male and female flowers on the same plant, and the petals generally are white to yellow in color. The seeds are in red fruits. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Coccinia sessilifolia 5-inch pots$10.00
From Namibia, this geophyte a large, tuberous rootstock. The leaves are approximately palmate in outline and, as the name implies, are on short petioles from the vines. The flowers are monoecious, with both male and female flowers on the same plant, and the petals generally are white to yellow in color. The seeds are in red fruits. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Cochemiea setispina 10-inch pots$35.00
Although some consider this to be part of the genus Mammillaria, we keep it separate, in large part because of the large, red tubular flowers with irregular lips. This species is endemic to Baja California, where it occurs mostly south in Baja California Sur. Known for forming large clumps with relatively short stems, this species is both attractive and highly resistant to frost. Our plants were undamaged at 15F. These plants are seedlings in 10-inch pots.
Cochemiea setispina 6-inch pots$15.00
Although some consider this to be part of the genus Mammillaria, we keep it separate, in large part because of the large, red tubular flowers with irregular lips. This species is endemic to Baja California, where it occurs mostly south in Baja California Sur. Known for forming large clumps with relatively short stems, this species is both attractive and highly resistant to frost. Our plants were undamaged at 15F. These plants are seedlings in 6-inch pots.
Cochemiea setispina one-gallon pots$15.00
Although some consider this to be part of the genus Mammillaria, we keep it separate, in large part because of the large, red tubular flowers with irregular lips. This species is endemic to Baja California, where it occurs mostly south in Baja California Sur. Known for forming large clumps with relatively short stems, this species is both attractive and highly resistant to frost. Our plants were undamaged at 15F. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Coleocephalocereus aureus var. longispina 3-inch pots$6.00
This species, once known as Buiningia brevicylindrica, is a short columnar species from Brazil. Like Melocactus, Coleocephalocereus forms a cephalium, but it is more yellow-colored, and the spines are much longer. As the varietal name indicates, these plants have much much longer spines. The flowers are yellow-green. Our plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Coleocephalocereus aureus var. longispina 8-inch pots$20.00
This species, once known as Buiningia brevicylindrica, is a short columnar species from Brazil. Like Melocactus, Coleocephalocereus forms a cephalium, but it is more yellow-colored, and the spines are much longer. As the varietal name indicates, these plants have much much longer spines. The flowers are yellow-green. Our plants are seedlings in 8-inch pots.
Commiphora angolensis 5-inch pots$14.00
Surprise! People make mistakes. We purchased seed as Commiphora africana, and we got this coming up. Commiphora angolensis shares its range with A. africana but has substantial differences, among them the leaves. This species has 3-5 leaflets that have weak serration on the margins, eliminating C. mollis and C. africana as its identity. The bark of this unarmed shrub (C. africana is definitely armed) peels yellow, revealing green stem beneath. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Commiphora angolensis one-gallon pots$18.00
Surprise! People make mistakes. We purchased seed as Commiphora africana, and we got this coming up. Commiphora angolensis shares its range with A. africana but has substantial differences, among them the leaves. This species has 3-5 leaflets that have weak serration on the margins, eliminating C. mollis and C. africana as its identity. The bark of this unarmed shrub (C. africana is definitely armed) peels yellow, revealing green stem beneath. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Commiphora aprevali 5-inch pots$12.00
This is a small pachycaul Commiphora from Madagascar. The leaflets have interesting red base similar to the leaves of Euphorbia viguieri. A really nice species that would be suitable for bonsai. We have rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Commiphora aprevali one-gallon pots$16.00
This is a small pachycaul Commiphora from Madagascar. The leaflets have interesting red base similar to the leaves of Euphorbia viguieri. A really nice species that would be suitable for bonsai. We have rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Commiphora campestris 5-inch pots$12.00
From East Africa, centered on Kenya, this tree has stout spines on the branches. The bark peels yellow showing greenish bark beneath. The leaves generally are trifoliate with the long terminal leaf having an oblong to spathulate shape. Who cares what the flowers look like? These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Commiphora campestris one-gallon pots$18.00
From East Africa, centered on Kenya, this tree has stout spines on the branches. The bark peels yellow showing greenish bark beneath. The leaves generally are trifoliate with the long terminal leaf having an oblong to spathulate shape. Who cares what the flowers look like? These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Commiphora cf africana (Hwange) one-gallon pots$20.00
Commiphora africana is a small pachycaul tree from the tropical areas of East Africa, extending southwards to Mozambique. These plants are slightly different from the typical species and come from material originally collected near Hwange, Zimbabwe. Characterized by numerous spreading stiff spiny branches and peeling, papery, reddish bark, its leaves are trifoliate. Our plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Commiphora edulis ssp. holosericea 3-inch pots$8.00
From Kenya and several other East African countries, this species has non-peeling, gray bark and compound (3- to 5-foliate) leaves. The fruit turns red when ripe and is edible, as the name implies. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Commiphora glandulosa one-gallon pots$18.00
Commiphora glandulosa is a small tree distributed across southern Africa from Namibia to Mozambique. It is similar to C. pyracanthoides, although that species tends to be a shrub. C. glandulosa has spine-tipped branches bearing trifoliate leaves that have slightly undulating and serrate margins. The trunk with age develops yellow-shredding bark that reveals a greenish trunk. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Commiphora kua one-gallon pots$30.00
This species is from the Arabian Peninsula, Socotra, and extending southwards into East Africa. One of the well-known pachycauls for its tendency to lie prostrate in windy areas or become very gnarled in extreme desert, these plants are known for their trifoliate leaves and their shredding bark. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Commiphora lamii one-gallon pots$25.00
This plant is from Lac Anony, Madagascar. It has distinctive blue-green leaves and a stately trunk. It would make a nice bonsai or pot-based pachycaul. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Commiphora mildbraedii 5-inch pots$15.00
This species is from the plateaus of central and southern Kenya, where it grows in Acacia woodlands. The trees have smooth gray bark. The leaves are 3-5 foliate with serrated edges. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Commiphora mildbraedii one-gallon pots$25.00
This species is from the plateaus of central and southern Kenya, where it grows in Acacia woodlands. The trees have smooth gray bark. The leaves are 3-5 foliate with serrated edges. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Commiphora mollis 3-inch pots$7.00
From Zimbabwe, ranging into South Africa and Mozambique with a disjunct population in Namibia, this small, unarmed tree is known for its overall yellowish appearance. The leaves are compound, entire, and typically are covered with a velvet like covering of hairs. The bark is a silver-gray to yellow and peeling. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Commiphora mollis 5-inch pots$10.00
From Zimbabwe, ranging into South Africa and Mozambique with a disjunct population in Namibia, this small, unarmed tree is known for its overall yellowish appearance. The leaves are compound, entire, and typically are covered with a velvet like covering of hairs. The bark is a silver-gray to yellow and peeling. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Commiphora mollis one-gallon pots$15.00
From Zimbabwe, ranging into South Africa and Mozambique with a disjunct population in Namibia, this small, unarmed tree is known for its overall yellowish appearance. The leaves are compound, entire, and typically are covered with a velvet like covering of hairs. The bark is a silver-gray to yellow and peeling. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Commiphora neglecta 5-inch pots$15.00
Commiphora neglecta, so-named because it was recognized late as a separate species, is from a small tree from a broad region of eastern South Africa, Swaziland, and Mozambique. These plants have peeling bark on the trunks and tri-foliate leaves that are smooth and glossy-green with entire margins. The plants have blunt thorns on the stems. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Commiphora neglecta one-gallon pots$20.00
Commiphora neglecta, so-named because it was recognized late as a separate species, is from a small tree from a broad region of eastern South Africa, Swaziland, and Mozambique. These plants have peeling bark on the trunks and tri-foliate leaves that are smooth and glossy-green with entire margins. The plants have blunt thorns on the stems. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Commiphora schimperi 4-inch pots$12.00
This spiny shrub or short tree has a wide range from Yemen down through the length of East Africa. The trunk has shredding bark and the exudate can be aromatic. The leaf size and shape is highly variable but generally the plants are trifoliate with spathulate leaves. You don?t buy Commiphora for the flowers. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Commiphora schimperi 5-inch pots$15.00
This spiny shrub or short tree has a wide range from Yemen down through the length of East Africa. The trunk has shredding bark and the exudate can be aromatic. The leaf size and shape is highly variable but generally the plants are trifoliate with spathulate leaves. You don?t buy Commiphora for the flowers. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Commiphora schimperi one-gallon pots$18.00
This spiny shrub or short tree has a wide range from Yemen down through the length of East Africa. The trunk has shredding bark and the exudate can be aromatic. The leaf size and shape is highly variable but generally the plants are trifoliate with spathulate leaves. You don?t buy Commiphora for the flowers. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Commiphora simplicifolia one-gallon pots$20.00
From Madagascar, this species is the only one from that island that bears spine-like thorns. Because of this, it is more similar to African Commiphoras than other species on Madagascar. The leaves are relatively large and trifoliate. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Commiphora sp. (Mdokora, Kenya) 3-inch pots$8.00
This potentially undescribed species is propagated from material originally collected near Mdokora in central Kenya. It appears to be distinguished from Commiphora kua and others in the region by hairy leaves and few spines. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Commiphora unilobata 5-inch pots$20.00
From Ethiopia, Somalia, and particularly northeastern Kenya, this interesting Commiphora has yellow shredding bark that reveals a yellow-green substrate. The leave pedicels are persistent, giving a shaggy appearance to the stems. The leaves are yellow green with red highlights, both on the leaf margins and their pedicels. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Commiphora unilobata one-gallon pots$30.00
From Ethiopia, Somalia, and particularly northeastern Kenya, this interesting Commiphora has yellow shredding bark that reveals a yellow-green substrate. The leave pedicels are persistent, giving a shaggy appearance to the stems. The leaves are yellow green with red highlights, both on the leaf margins and their pedicels. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Commiphora wightii 5-inch pots$10.00
This attractive small species of Commiphora is from India but is cultivated over a much wider area. It has a nice thick stem with peeling bark and flowers and fruits when quite small, unlike some other Commiphoras. The plants are self-fertile. This species is extremely hardy and fast growing, and it is an extremely nice candidate for bonzai. Our plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Commiphora wightii one-gallon pots$20.00
This attractive small species of Commiphora is from India but is cultivated over a much wider area. It has a nice thick stem with peeling bark and flowers and fruits when quite small, unlike some other Commiphoras. The plants are self-fertile. This species is extremely hardy and fast growing, and it is an extremely nice candidate for bonzai. Our plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Consolea falcata one-gallon pots$15.00
This species comes from Haiti, where it forms large clumps with upright stems. The pads are mostly spineless, but with glochids of course, and they are a glossy green. The flowers are a showy golden-red. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Copiapoa bridgesii 4-inch pots$8.00
This Copiapoa, from coastal Chile north of the town of Chanaral, is a nice addition to any collection of globose cacti. Eventually, this species develops woolly tubercles and tends to creep along the ground. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Copiapoa bridgesii 5-inch pots$10.00
This Copiapoa, from coastal Chile north of the town of Chanaral, is a nice addition to any collection of globose cacti. Eventually, this species develops woolly tubercles and tends to creep along the ground. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Copiapoa calderana (lembckei) 4-inch pots$9.00
Another great Copiapoa from the central Atacama Desert of Chile, this plant illustrates part of the taxonomic mess that is the Cactaceae. Backeberg, bless his punkin head, improperly described many species-this being one-and subsequent observers had to clean up the mess. To us, this plant is quite different from the typical C. calderana but there it sits in current taxonomy. Beautiful form, nice yellow flowers, not much else to say. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Copiapoa carrizalensis 4-inch pots$10.00
From the Carrizal Valley in Chile, this species has small globose stems and clumps prolifically with time. The stems are green in cultivation but olive-green in habitat. The flowers are yellow. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Copiapoa dealbata 4-inch pots$10.00
From the Carrizal Valley in Chile, this species has small globose stems and clumps prolifically with time. The stems are green in cultivation but olive-green in habitat. The flowers are yellow. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Copiapoa haseltoniana 4-inch pots$9.00
This is one of the largest of the Copiapoas, as the varietal name suggests. An inhabitant of coastal Chile, the epidermis turns white with age, at least theoretically. The name says it all, this plant is taxonomically confused but these are really nice plants to have in a cactus collection. The species has relatively long spines and has considerable wool around the apex. This species cannot take frost. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Copiapoa hypogaea ssp. barquitensis 4-inch pots$10.00
From the central Atacama Desert of Chile, this is one of those Copiapoas that is only slightly different from the typical species. The brown body has an attractive draping of whitish wool around the areoles. As usual, the flowers are yellow and relatively large. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Copiapoa hypogaea ssp. hypogaea 4-inch pots$8.00
From the central Atacama Desert of Chile, this species typically looks really beat up, which mirrors what its appearance is in the wild. The gray-brown body has an attractive draping of whitish wool around the areoles. As usual, the flowers are yellow and relatively large. Our plants have taken 18 F with minor damage. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Copiapoa montana 5-inch pots$15.00
For a species that supposedly does not exist, these are very nice plants. They are, of course, from the Atacama Desert in coastal Chile. They are notable for the woolly areoles near the apex of the globose body. The flowers are yellow. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Copiapoa tenuissima 4-inch pots$10.00
It distribution is relatively wide in the Atacama Desert of Chile, it is one of the smallest of the Copiapoas, and it again is taxonomically confused. While some put this under C. humilis, we leave it as its own species because we definitely think this species is unique. The body is dark, with a greenish-black appearance, and the spines are white; these plants tend to prolifically offset, forming a nice clump. As usual, the flowers are yellow. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Corallocarpus bainesii 4-inch pots$9.00
Widely distributed in Africa and Madagascar, we offer seedlings of this very nice cucurbit, which develops a thick caudex with wrinkled light gray bark and vines with hairy, palmate leaves. The fruit is a red berry. Our plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Coryphantha pycnacantha var. andreae 2-inch pots$5.00
This species is from Oaxaca and Veracruz, Mexico. Its light-green body is covered with tubercles bearing whitish spines, and it slowly offsets. The flowers are relatively large and yellow. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Coryphantha pycnacantha var. andreae 3-inch pots$6.00
This species is from Oaxaca and Veracruz, Mexico. Its light-green body is covered with tubercles bearing whitish spines, and it slowly offsets. The flowers are relatively large and yellow. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Cotyledon orbiculata var. oblonga ‘Flavida‘ 5-inch pots$11.00
This variety of the Cotyledon orbiculata complex is widespread across the southern provinces of South Africa. This cultivar is notable for its relatively finger-like, gray-green leaves that are a little tomentose. As with many Cotyledons, this species has nodding flowers that vary from yellow to red. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Cotyledon orbiculata var. oblonga ‘Flavida‘ one-gallon pots$15.00
This variety of the Cotyledon orbiculata complex is widespread across the southern provinces of South Africa. This cultivar is notable for its relatively finger-like, gray-green leaves that are a little tomentose. As with many Cotyledons, this species has nodding flowers that vary from yellow to red. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Cotyledon orbiculata var. orbiculata (higginsiae) 3-inch pots$7.00
This highly variable species is widespread in southwestern Africa, notably in South Africa. Forma higginsiae, once a recognized subspecies, is notable for its relatively small leaves. As with many Cotyledons, this species has nodding flowers that vary from yellow to red. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Cotyledon orbiculata var. orbiculata 4-inch pots$8.00
This highly variable species is widespread in southwestern Africa, notably in the Republic of South Africa. This plant is notable for its relatively large, gray and mucronate leaves. As with many Cotyledons, this species has nodding flowers that vary from yellow to red. These plants are seedlings with multiple stems in 4-inch pots.
Cotyledon woodii 3-inch pots$6.00
These plants are from material originally collected in Bavianskloof, Western Cape Province of South Africa. These short-statured shrubs have stems with peeling bark and thick, round leaves that are grayish green with red highlights. The flowers are orange-red and very showy. These plants are rooted cuttings in 3-inch pots.
Cotyledon woodii 4-inch pots$8.00
These plants are from material originally collected in Bavianskloof, Western Cape Province of South Africa. These short-statured shrubs have stems with peeling bark and thick, round leaves that are grayish green with red highlights. The flowers are orange-red and very showy. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Cotyledon woodii 5-inch pots$10.00
These plants are from material originally collected in Bavianskloof, Western Cape Province of South Africa. These short-statured shrubs have stems with peeling bark and thick, round leaves that are grayish green with red highlights. The flowers are orange-red and very showy. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Crassula arborescens var. undulatifolia (WY-1089) 5-inch pots$18.00
These plants came from material originally collected near Sapkamma Station in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. This beautiful shrub/tree is distinctive because of the leaves, which are succulent, reddish, and with undulating margins. The flowers are white to pink. These rooted cuttings are in 5-inch pots.
Crassula arborescens var. undulatifolia 4-inch pots$9.00
From the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, this beautiful shrub/tree is distinctive because of the leaves, which are succulent, light green, and with undulating margins. The flowers are white to pink. These rooted cuttings are in 4-inch pots.
Crassula arborescens var. undulatifolia 5-inch pots$11.00
From the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, this beautiful shrub/tree is distinctive because of the leaves, which are succulent, light green, and with undulating margins. The flowers are white to pink. These rooted cuttings are in 5-inch pots.
Crassula bakeri (grisea) 3-inch pots$6.00
Now included within Crassula grisea, C. bakeri is from southern Namibia and the Northern Cape Province of South Africa. This small, sparsely branched plant forms little shrubs on gravelly flats. We offer these rooted cuttings in 3-inch pots.
Crassula capitella 4-inch pots$8.00
This small shrubby species is widely distributed in southwestern South Africa, particularly in the Karoo and Klein Karoo. The leaves are succulent and green with reddish margins. The flowers are held in a short spike and are white. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Crassula capitella 5-inch pots$10.00
This small shrubby species is widely distributed in southwestern South Africa, particularly in the Karoo and Klein Karoo. The leaves are succulent and green with reddish margins. The flowers are held in a short spike and are white. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Crassula cv ‘Pagoda Village‘ 3-inch pots$6.00
This cultivar from the genus Crassula forms a beautiful small plant that, as the name suggests, resembles a Chinese village with pagodas. The leaves are gray and felt-covered. These plants are rooted cuttings in 3-inch pots.
Crassula falcata 10-inch pots$30.00
Now, this species is considered to be Crassula perfoliata var. minor, but we choose to use the older, more descriptive name. The leaves are gray-green (glaucous) and shaped like a rapier (falcate-shaped). The flowers are relatively long and light red. These plants are rooted cuttings in 10-inch pots.
Crassula falcata 3-inch pots$6.00
Now, this species is considered to be Crassula perfoliata var. minor, but we choose to use the older, more descriptive name. The leaves are gray-green (glaucous) and shaped like a rapier (falcate-shaped). The flowers are relatively long and light red. These plants are rooted cuttings in 3-inch pots.
Crassula falcata 5-inch pots$10.00
Now, this species is considered to be Crassula perfoliata var. minor, but we choose to use the older, more descriptive name. The leaves are gray-green (glaucous) and shaped like a rapier (falcate-shaped). The flowers are relatively long and light red. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Crassula falcata one-gallon pots$15.00
Now, this species is considered to be Crassula perfoliata var. minor, but we choose to use the older, more descriptive name. The leaves are gray-green (glaucous) and shaped like a rapier (falcate-shaped). The flowers are relatively long and light red. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Crassula hirtipes 3-inch pots$7.00
From the western coastal areas of South Africa, this species tends to grow in rocky places, particularly on sandstone. The leaves are green, nearly oval in shape, and covered with small hairs. They turn red in bright sunlight, making for a very attractive plant. The flowers are relatively small and light greenish-white. These plants are rooted cuttings in 3-inch pots.
Crassula muscosa (lycopodiodes) 3-inch pots$6.00
This commonly available succulent, widely distributed from Namibia south through the Cape Provinces of South Africa, consists of many flexible stems arising from a non-succulent rootstock. In what formerly was known as C. lycopodiodes, the color of the bracts surrounding the stems is light green, depending on lighting conditions. These plants are rooted offsets suitable for 3-inch pots.
Crassula muscosa (lycopodiodes) 4-inch pots$8.00
This commonly available succulent, widely distributed from Namibia south through the Cape Provinces of South Africa, consists of many flexible stems arising from a non-succulent rootstock. In what formerly was known as C. lycopodiodes, the color of the bracts surrounding the stems is light green, depending on lighting conditions. These plants are rooted offsets suitable for 4-inch pots.
Crassula nudicaulis var. platyphylla (variegated) 3-inch pots$6.00
From the Western Cape Province of South Africa, this shrubby species has nearly round leaves on succulent green stems. The variegation is a light white-yellow striping on nearly red leaves. The flowers are a dirty white color. These plants are rooted cuttings in 3-inch pots.
Crassula ovata cv ‘Crosby Jade' 4-inch pots$8.00
This species is from the southeastern provinces of South Africa. This shrub typically grows on rock outcrops and has ovate leaves, as the epithet suggests. The leaves are a medium green with orange-red rims that become far more prominent with higher amounts of sunlight. The flowers are probably white and who cares anyway. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Crassula ovata cv ‘Crosby Jade' 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is from the southeastern provinces of South Africa. This shrub typically grows on rock outcrops and has ovate leaves, as the epithet suggests. The leaves are a medium green with orange-red rims that become far more prominent with higher amounts of sunlight. The flowers are probably white and who cares anyway. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Crassula ovata cv ‘Gollum' 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is from the southeastern provinces of South Africa. This shrub typically grows on rock outcrops and generally has ovate leaves, as the epithet suggests, with some exceptions. The cultivar ?Gollum? has cylindrical leaves that appear truncated on the ends and variously colored in green and red shades. The inflorescence bears numerous white-pink, smallish flowers. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Crassula ovata cv ‘Hobbit' 4-inch pots$8.00
This species is from the southeastern provinces of South Africa. This shrub typically grows on rock outcrops and generally has ovate leaves, as the epithet suggests, with some exceptions. The cultivar ‘Hobbit‘, which seems to have other names ranging from E.T.'s Fingers to Elephant Trunk, has cylindrical leaves that appear truncated on the ends and variously colored in green and red shades. The inflorescence bears numerous white-pink, smallish flowers. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Crassula ovata cv ‘Hobbit' 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is from the southeastern provinces of South Africa. This shrub typically grows on rock outcrops and generally has ovate leaves, as the epithet suggests, with some exceptions. The cultivar ‘Hobbit‘, which seems to have other names ranging from E.T.'s Fingers to Elephant Trunk, has cylindrical leaves that appear truncated on the ends and variously colored in green and red shades. The inflorescence bears numerous white-pink, smallish flowers. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Crassula ovata cv ‘Silver Dollar Jade' 4-inch pots$8.00
This species is from the southeastern provinces of South Africa. This shrub typically grows on rock outcrops and has ovate leaves, as the epithet suggests. The leaves are silvery gray-green, large, and thickly succulent. This is a selection from the common garden plant widely available. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Crassula ovata cv ‘Silver Dollar Jade' 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is from the southeastern provinces of South Africa. This shrub typically grows on rock outcrops and has ovate leaves, as the epithet suggests. The leaves are silvery gray-green, large, and thickly succulent. This is a selection from the common garden plant widely available. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Crassula ovata cv ‘Tricolor' 4-inch pots$8.00
This species is from the southeastern provinces of the Republic of South Africa. This shrub typically grows on rock outcrops and has ovate leaves, as the epithet suggests. The leaves are variegated with irregular stripes of green, yellow, and white. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Crassula ovata cv ‘Tricolor‘ 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is from the southeastern provinces of South Africa. This shrub typically grows on rock outcrops and has ovate leaves, as the epithet suggests. The leaves are variegated with irregular stripes of green, yellow, and white. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Crassula ovata cv ‘Tricolor‘ one-gallon pots$15.00
This species is from the southeastern provinces of South Africa. This shrub typically grows on rock outcrops and has ovate leaves, as the epithet suggests. The leaves are variegated with irregular stripes of green, yellow, and white. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Crassula sarcocaulis ssp. rupicola 5-inch pots$10.00
From Southern Africa, primarily South Africa but also Lesotho, this upright shrub has a central stem and a spreading crown. Subspecies rupicola differs from the typical species by having round, pointed leaves. These plants are seedlings that have been trimmed to emphasize that stem and crown. They are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Crassula sarcocaulis ssp. sarcocaulis 3-inch pots$6.00
From Southern Africa, primarily South Africa but also Lesotho, this upright shrub has a central stem and a spreading crown. These plants are seedlings that have been trimmed to emphasize that stem and crown. The leaves are flat and tend to be slightly guttered. These plants are rooted cuttings in 3-inch pots.
Crassula sarcocaulis ssp. sarcocaulis 5-inch pots$10.00
From Southern Africa, primarily South Africa but also Lesotho, this upright shrub has a central stem and a spreading crown. These plants are seedlings that have been trimmed to emphasize that stem and crown. The leaves are flat and tend to be slightly guttered. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Crassula sarcocaulis ssp. sarcocaulis one-gallon pots$15.00
From Southern Africa, primarily South Africa but also Lesotho, this upright shrub has a central stem and a spreading crown. These plants are seedlings that have been trimmed to emphasize that stem and crown. The leaves are flat and tend to be slightly guttered. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Crassula streyi 4-inch pots$9.00
From KwaZulu-Natal, this is a small floppy shrub. The leaves are dark gray with a purplish face and generally are held erect, creating a very pretty plant. The flowers are yellow-green. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Crassula tetragona ssp. acutifolia 4-inch pots$9.00
From the Western and Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, this species is a low, mat-forming plant with small, yearly tubular leaves. The stems root from the nodes. This summer-flowering species produces small clusters of white flowers. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Crassula tetragona ssp. acutifolia 5-inch pots$11.00
From the Western and Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, this species is a low, mat-forming plant with small, yearly tubular leaves. The stems root from the nodes. This summer-flowering species produces small clusters of white flowers. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Crinum bulbispermum 4-inch pots$8.00
This bulb is from the summer rainfall region of South Africa, mostly in the Vaal River valley in the north-central part of the country. It has long green leaves that are unremarkable but rather spectacular umbels of white-pink flowers. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Crinum lugardiae 5-inch pots$10.00
This species occurs in a broad east-west swath from Namibia eastward across Botswana and South Africa. The bulb produces linear green leaves, and the flowers are large and white. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Cryptbergia 'Red Burst' 5-inch pots$10.00
This terrestrial bromeliad is a cross between Cryptanthus bahianus and Billbergia nutans. It is a relatively small, offsetting plant with strikingly red narrow, guttered leaves. The flower panicle is relatively small and subtly colored. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Cussonia sphaerocephala 5-inch pots$11.00
This is a forest tree from KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa in regions near the coast of the Indian Ocean. It is notable for leaf clusters near the ends of stems that are rather ball like in form. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Cylindropuntia cholla (Santa Maria) 5-inch pots$10.00
This cholla is common in Baja California, Mexico. This form has many short yellow spines and numerous small joints that are gray-green in color. The flowers are a blue-violet color. This species is surprisingly hardy to at least 15F. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Cylindropuntia cholla one-gallon pots$15.00
This cholla is common in Baja California, Mexico. This form has numerous spines and small joints that are gray-green in color. The flowers are a blue-violet color. This species is surprisingly hardy to at least 15F. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Cylindropuntia ramosissima 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is from the Mojave Desert of California, Arizona, and Baja California, Mexico, where it gets sparse winter and summer rainfall. It is a shrub with dense, long spines, and the stems are thin and green, and the spines are long and yellow-white. The flowers are yellow.This species is fairly cold tolerant to at least 15F. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Cylindropuntia tesajo 4-inch pots$8.00
This species is from Baja California, Mexico, where it generally occurs east of the peninsular divide in the dry areas that receive some summer rainfall. Its stems are thin and green, and the spines are long and yellow. The flowers are yellow. We?ve grown this plant outside in Tucson where it has been undamaged at 15F. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Cylindropuntia tesajo 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is from Baja California, Mexico, where it generally occurs east of the peninsular divide in the dry areas that receive some summer rainfall. Its stems are thin and green, and the spines are long and yellow. The flowers are yellow. We’ve grown this plant outside in Tucson where it has been undamaged at 15F. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Cylindropuntia tesajo one-gallon pots$15.00
This species is from Baja California, Mexico, where it generally occurs east of the peninsular divide in the dry areas that receive some summer rainfall. Its stems are thin and green, and the spines are long and yellow. The flowers are yellow. We‘ve grown this plant outside in Tucson where it has been undamaged at 15F. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Cynanchum arenarium (nodosum) 5-inch pots$10.00
This succulent Asclepiad, which has a changed name, is a vining plant that forms really nice intertwined stems with time. This species comes from Madagascar. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Cynanchum perrieri 4-inch pots$9.00
Another Cynanchum from Madagascar, this species has prominently warty stems that appear to be wax covered. These rooted cuttings are in 4-inch pots.
Cyphostemma hardyi 3-inch pots$10.00
From the Northern Province of South Africa, this pachycaul succulent has a large, knobby base protruding from the ground. The stems are multibranched and produce 3-5 lobed leaves that are notable for their conspicuous veins and overall reddish tone, which can be quite vivid in some individuals. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Cyphostemma hypoleucum 3-inch pots$10.00
This species is from Zimbabwe and the northeastern provinces of South Africa. The stems have a weak caudex, which produces numerous branches bearing tendrils. The leaves are light yellow-green and have three to five lobes; the undersides are decidedly hairy. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Cyphostemma hypoleucum 4-inch pots$12.00
This species is from Zimbabwe and the northeastern provinces of South Africa. The stems have a weak caudex, which produces numerous branches bearing tendrils. The leaves are light yellow-green and have three to five lobes; the undersides are decidedly hairy. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Cyphostemma hypoleucum 5-inch pots$15.00
This species is from Zimbabwe and the northeastern provinces of South Africa. The stems have a weak caudex, which produces numerous branches bearing tendrils. The leaves are light yellow-green and have three to five lobes; the undersides are decidedly hairy. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Cyphostemma hypoleucum one-gallon pots$25.00
This species is from Zimbabwe and the northeastern provinces of South Africa. The stems have a weak caudex, which produces numerous branches bearing tendrils. The leaves are light yellow-green and have three to five lobes; the undersides are decidedly hairy. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Cyphostemma juttae 3-inch pots$7.00
Cyphostemma juttae, which typically occurs in the Proto-Namib Desert of Namibia, forms a conical trunk that seldom exceeds about 3 feet in height in the wild. This beautiful dwarf succulent is noted for that yellow-brown trunk with its thin peeling bark and grey-green leaves. What typically distinguishes the leaves are wings at the attachment point of the petiole to the leaf. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Cyphostemma juttae 5-inch pots$15.00
Cyphostemma juttae, which typically occurs in the Proto-Namib Desert of Namibia, forms a conical trunk that seldom exceeds about 3 feet in height in the wild. This beautiful dwarf succulent is noted for that yellow-brown trunk with its thin peeling bark and grey-green leaves. What typically distinguishes the leaves are wings at the attachment point of the petiole to the leaf. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Cyphostemma juttae one-gallon pots$20.00
Cyphostemma juttae, which typically occurs in the Proto-Namib Desert of Namibia, forms a conical trunk that seldom exceeds about 3 feet in height in the wild. This beautiful dwarf succulent is noted for that yellow-brown trunk with its thin peeling bark and grey-green leaves. What typically distinguishes the leaves are wings at the attachment point of the petiole to the leaf. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Cyphostemma quinatum 5-inch pots$15.00
Once known as Cissus cirrhosa, this Cyphostemma is from southeastern Africa, ranging from the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa over to Mozambique and up to Zambia. With time, the caudex becomes conical up to 3-5 m tall with gray peeling bark. The leaf tips are rounded and the hairless leaves have wavy serrated edges. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Cyphostemma sp. aff. adenocaule one-gallon pots$30.00
From East Africa, this Cyphostemma produces vining stems that arise from an underground caudex. Fairly robust, the branching vines produce yellow-green hairy leaves that are relatively large. The connection with C. adenocaule isn't real clear. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Cyrtocarpa edulis 2-gallon pots$45.00
From Baja California Sur, where it occurs primarily around the Sierra la Laguna near Cabo San Lucas, this dioecious tree has lovely yellow-green leaves and a well-marked trunk. These plants are highly suitable for bonzai. We offer rooted cuttings in 2-gallon pots.
Dasylirion glaucophyllum one-gallon pots$15.00
This species, from Hidalgo, Mexico, has a short stem that produces numerous silvery blue-green linear leaves with marginal spines. The inflorescence produces numerous small white-yellow flowers. It is moderately frost hardy and able to withstand at least 25F. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Dasylirion longissimum 4-inch pots$8.00
This species, from east central Mexico, has a short stem that produces numerous light green linear leaves. Unlike most Dasylirion species that we know, the leaves do not have significant marginal spines. The inflorescence is much longer than the body of the plant, producing numerous small white-yellow flowers. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Dasylirion longissimum 5-inch pots$12.00
This species, from east central Mexico, has a short stem that produces numerous light green linear leaves. Unlike most Dasylirion species that we know, the leaves do not have significant marginal spines. The inflorescence is much longer than the body of the plant, producing numerous small white-yellow flowers. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Dasylirion longissimum one-gallon pots$15.00
This species, from east central Mexico, has a short stem that produces numerous light green linear leaves. Unlike most Dasylirion species that we know, the leaves do not have significant marginal spines. The inflorescence is much longer than the body of the plant, producing numerous small white-yellow flowers. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Dasylirion texanum one-gallon pots$15.00
As the epithet indicates, this species is from Texas but also from northeastern Mexico. Usually stemless with grass-like leaves, it forms little mounds. It produces the rather typical Dasylirion spike of small cream-colored flowers. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Dasylirion wheeleri 4-inch pots$8.00
This species, commonly known as sotol or Desert Spoon, occurs in southeastern Arizona with a distribution that extends eastward to Texas and south into northern Mexico. It is a stemless shrub with numerous linear, light-green leaves lined with prickles. The inflorescence is a spike bearing numerous creamy white flowers. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Dasylirion wheeleri 5-inch pots$10.00
This species, commonly known as sotol or Desert Spoon, occurs in southeastern Arizona with a distribution that extends eastward to Texas and south into northern Mexico. It is a stemless shrub with numerous linear, light-green leaves lined with prickles. The inflorescence is a spike bearing numerous creamy white flowers. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Dasylirion wheeleri one-gallon pots$15.00
This species, commonly known as sotol or Desert Spoon, occurs in southeastern Arizona with a distribution that extends eastward to Texas and south into northern Mexico. It is a stemless shrub with numerous linear, light-green leaves lined with prickles. The inflorescence is a spike bearing numerous creamy white flowers. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Deilanthe peersii 2-inch pots$6.00
From the southern Great Karoo of South Africa, in the region where the Northern, Western, and Eastern Cape Provinces meet, this species used to be part of the genus Aloinopsis. The gray-green leaves are wider than thick and have an almost velvety touch. The flowers are yellow-orange with reddish edges, and they open during the nighttime. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Deilanthe peersii 4-inch pots$9.00
From the southern Great Karoo of South Africa, in the region where the Northern, Western, and Eastern Cape Provinces meet, this species used to be part of the genus Aloinopsis. The gray-green leaves are wider than thick and have an almost velvety touch. The flowers are yellow-orange with reddish edges, and they open during the nighttime. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Deilanthe thudchumii 2-inch pots$6.00
From the southern Great Karoo of South Africa, in the region where the Northern, Western, and Eastern Cape Provinces meet, this species used to be part of the genus Aloinopsis. This species is very similar to D. peersii and could well be considered a subspecies. The flowers are yellow-orange with reddish tips and flower open mostly in the late afternoon. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Delosperma aberdeenense 2-inch pots$6.00
From near Aberdeen in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, this is a little shrubby species tends to be low growing. The stems and leaves are unremarkable, rounded and hairy. The flowers are rather large and purple. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Delosperma crassum (SB 995) 2-inch pots$6.00
This shrubby species is from the Western Cape Province of South Africa in the vicinity of Vanrhynsdorp (SB 995). It has rounded green finger-like leaves arising from a fleshy rootstock. The flowers are a dirty yellow color and reddish at the base. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Delosperma crassum 2-inch pots$6.00
This shrubby species is from the Western Cape Province of South Africa in the vicinity of Vanrhynsdorp. These plants are propagated from material originally collected near Grootgraafwater. It has rounded green finger-like leaves arising from a fleshy rootstock. The flowers are a dirty yellow color and reddish at the base. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Delosperma esterhyuseniae 2-inch pots$6.00
This cremnophilous species is from near Uniondale in the Western Cape Province of South Africa. It has rounded green leaves arising from a woody rootstock. The flowers are rather numerous, small, and white. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Delosperma esterhyuseniae 5-inch pots$11.00
This cremnophilous species is from near Uniondale in the Western Cape Province of South Africa. It has rounded green leaves arising from a woody rootstock. The flowers are rather numerous, small, and white. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Delosperma macrostigma 2-inch pots$6.00
From the vicinity of Swellendam in the Western Cape Province of South Africa, this is a spreading, shrubby mesemb typically grows in rock crevices. Its roots are tuberous, and its leaves are nearly smooth and finger-like. The flowers are white aging to whitish-pink. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Delosperma nakurense 4-inch pots$9.00
This species is from East Africa, ranging from southern Ethiopia to northern Tanzania. It is a straggling shrub that generally gets support from other shrubs in the wild. The leaves are roundish, somewhat channeled and pointed at the end, and light green in color. The flowers are white to light pink in color. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Delosperma napiforme 3-inch pots$6.00
Once known as Mestoklema macrorhizum, this shrubby mesemb is from the island of Reunion. Its tuberous roots are usually raised in pots. The flowers are small and white. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Delosperma napiforme 4-inch pots$8.00
Once known as Mestoklema macrorhizum, this shrubby mesemb is from the island of Reunion. Its tuberous roots are usually raised in pots. The flowers are small and white. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Delosperma napiforme 5-inch pots$10.00
Once known as Mestoklema macrorhizum, this shrubby mesemb is from the island of Reunion. Its tuberous roots are usually raised in pots. The flowers are small and white. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Delosperma steytlerae 2-inch pots$6.00
From Zimbabwe, this shrubby mesemb typically grows in rock crevices. Its roots are scarcely tuberous, and its leaves are rough, thickened, and finger-like. The flowers are white with long linear petals. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Delosperma steytlerae 3-inch pots$7.00
From Zimbabwe, this shrubby mesemb typically grows in rock crevices. Its roots are scarcely tuberous, and its leaves are rough, thickened, and finger-like. The flowers are white with long linear petals. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Delosperma sutherlandii 2-inch pots$6.00
Native to the region around Sutherland in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, this is a small shrubby mesemb with green leaves that are flattened, hairy, and oblong. The flowers are small and light purple in color. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Deuterocohnia brevifolia 3-inch pots$8.00
This is one heck of a confusing name change, because this species, once known as Abromeitiella chlorantha, has much smaller leaves than the other Deuterochonia brevifolia that we offer. This species is from Argentina and Bolivia and tolerates frost down to perhaps 23F in Tucson. This terrestrial bromeliad forms great mounds of little clusters of leaves. The leaves have slightly sharp edges. The flowers are an inconspicuous green. These plants are rooted cuttings in 3-inch pots.
Deuterocohnia brevifolia 5-inch pots$15.00
This is one heck of a confusing name change, because this species, once known as Abromeitiella chlorantha, has much smaller leaves than the other Deuterochonia brevifolia that we offer. This species is from Argentina and Bolivia and tolerates frost down to perhaps 23F in Tucson. This terrestrial bromeliad forms great mounds of little clusters of leaves. The leaves have slightly sharp edges. The flowers are an inconspicuous green. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Deuterocohnia lorentziana 5-inch pots$11.00
This species is from Argentina and tolerates frost down to perhaps 23F in Tucson. This terrestrial bromeliad forms great mounds of little clusters of relatively large leaves. The leaves have slightly sharp tips and edges. The flowers are an inconspicuous green. These plants are offsets in 5-inch pots.
Deuterocohnia lorentziana one-gallon pots$15.00
This species is from Argentina and tolerates frost down to perhaps 23F in Tucson. This terrestrial bromeliad forms great mounds of little clusters of relatively large leaves. The leaves have slightly sharp tips and edges. The flowers are an inconspicuous green. These plants are offsets in one-gallon pots.
Dioscorea elephantipes 2-inch pots$8.00
From a mostly summer rainfall area of the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, this species tends to be a winter grower in Tucson. These plants are geophytes with a deeply furrowed caudex that domes up and forms plates on its sides. From the apex, vines bearing green, cordate leaves rise up. These vines can climb many feet upwards onto shrubs or a trellis, or they can be trained in loops or other configurations. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Discocactus araneispinus 3-inch pots$6.00
This species is from eastern Brazil, and some consider it to be part of the Discocactus zehntneri complex. It is distinctive for its dull gray-white appearance and a white cephalia. The flowers are small and tubular. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Discocactus araneispinus 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is from eastern Brazil, and some consider it to be part of the Discocactus zehntneri complex. It is distinctive for its dull gray-white appearance and a white cephalia. The flowers are small and tubular. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Discocactus araneispinus 6-inch pots$15.00
This species is from eastern Brazil, and some consider it to be part of the Discocactus zehntneri complex. It is distinctive for its dull gray-white appearance and a white cephalia. The flowers are small and tubular. These plants are seedlings in 6-inch pots.
Discocactus crystallophilus 4-inch pots$8.00
This species is from eastern Brazil, and some consider it to be part of the Discocactus placentiformis complex. It is distinctive for its bright green body with black, claw-like spines and a white cephalia. The flowers are white with purplish highlights. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Disocactus (Aporocactus) flagelliformis 8-inch pots$30.00
From central Mexico, this creeping cactus, with its round stems and short yellow spines, tends to produce nice hanging plants. The flowers are a pink-red color, and the fruits are small and red. These plants are rooted cuttings in 8-inch pots.
Dorstenia crispa 3-inch pots$7.00
Dorstenia crispa has been subsumed into Dorstenia foetida, creating, to no one‘s surprise, a highly variable species. We choose to keep these separate. Our version of D. crispa has somewhat lanceolate, dark-green and wrinkled leaves to go with variable but usually mahogany-colored stems. The plants branch, reaching up to 8" in height. We offer seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Dorstenia crispa 4-inch pots$9.00
Dorstenia crispa has been subsumed into Dorstenia foetida, creating, to no one‘s surprise, a highly variable species. We choose to keep these separate. Our version of D. crispa has somewhat lanceolate, dark-green and wrinkled leaves to go with variable but usually mahogany-colored stems. The plants branch, reaching up to 8" in height. We offer seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Dorstenia foetida (FKH 25470) 4-inch pots$12.00
These plants are from material originally collected from the southwestern part of Yemen (FKH 25470). This form of Dorstenia foetida has leaves that are relatively large with straight edges. Plants usually branch freely from the base. The sap has an unpleasant smell, hence the name "foetida." We offer seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Dorstenia foetida (Lav 20542) one-gallon pots$20.00
This collection of Dorstenia foetida, a highly variable species, has grey-green oblanceolate leaves with grey-green stem. As with most varieties of this species, the plants branch and can grow to 8 inches height. We offer seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Dorstenia foetida 3-inch pots$6.00
Dorstenia foetida has leaves that are large with relatively straight edges. Although some lump this with D. crispa, we keep them separate. Plants usually branch freely from the base. The sap has an unpleasant smell, hence the name "foetida." These plants have a receptacle that has relatively short appendages. We offer seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Dorstenia foetida 4-inch pots$8.00
Dorstenia foetida has leaves that are large with relatively straight edges. Although some lump this with D. crispa, we keep them separate. Plants usually branch freely from the base. The sap has an unpleasant smell, hence the name "foetida." These plants have a receptacle that has relatively short appendages. We offer seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Dorstenia foetida one-gallon pots$25.00
Dorstenia foetida has leaves that are large with relatively straight edges. Although some lump this with D. crispa, we keep them separate. Plants usually branch freely from the base. The sap has an unpleasant smell, hence the name "foetida." These plants have a receptacle that has relatively short appendages. We offer multistemmed seedlings of this species in one-gallon pots.
Dorstenia foetida x crispa 4-inch pots$8.00
Dorstenia foetida has leaves that are large with relatively straight edges. D. crispa has leaves with wavy edges. This hybrid typically branches freely from the base. These plants have a receptacle that has relatively short appendages. We offer seedlings of this hybrid in 4-inch pots.
Dorstenia gigas one-gallon pots$65.00
The largest species in the genus and one of the most desirable is from the island of Socotra (Yemen), where it grows from vertical limestone cliffs. These plants have light green stems and distinctive dark-green lanceolate leaves. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Dorstenia hybrid 3-inch pots$6.00
We have volunteer Dorstenias all over our greenhouse. They might be true species, but how could we really be sure? We’ve found them to be best sellers in our greenhouse as well as at plant shows, so we’re offering the green volunteers. These plants are volunteer seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Dorstenia hybrid 4-inch pots$8.00
We have volunteer Dorstenias all over our greenhouse. They might be true species, but how could we really be sure? We?ve found them to be best sellers in our greenhouse as well as at plant shows, so we?re offering the green version of these volunteers. These plants are volunteer seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Dorstenia hybrid 5-inch pots$10.00
We have volunteer Dorstenias all over our greenhouse. They might be true species, but how could we really be sure? We‘ve found them to be best sellers in our greenhouse as well as at plant shows, so we‘re offering the green version of these volunteers. These plants are volunteer seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Dorstenia hybrid one-gallon pots$20.00
We have volunteer Dorstenias all over our greenhouse. They might be true species, but how could we really be sure? We‘ve found them to be best sellers in our greenhouse as well as at plant shows, so we‘re offering the green version of these volunteers. These plants are volunteer seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Dorstenia zanzibarica 5-inch pots$12.00
From Zanzibar, this upright, shrubby Dorstenia has yellow-green stems and small leaves. One of the best characters of this species is its broad caudex. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Dracaena cinnabari 7-gallon pots$250.00
This iconic tree Dracaena is from Socotra. It has relatively stiff linear leaves with a relatively sharp tip. With time, the trunk becomes extremely gnarly and if you live long enough, you will grow an incredibly intricately branched tree. These plants are rooted offsets in 7-gallon pots.
Dracaena draco one-gallon pots$15.00
A seriously endangered species in the wild, Dracaena draco, one of the so-called “Dragon?s blood trees,” is from the Canary Islands. These plants are slow growing but get huge, particularly when grown in the ground in relatively frost-free areas. We lost our plants at 23F but they had withstood slightly higher temperatures for years. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Dragon's Blood$25.00
The translation from Socotri is Dragon's Blood, the exudate from Dracaena cinnabari. Collected by families on the island of Socotra, dragon?s blood has a number of medicinal properties, most importantly as a coagulant but also for skin rashes, stomach ailments, and eye problems. The resin clots are powdered and reconstituted with water prior to most uses. We do not recommend this product as a medicine. This product was purchased from families in the countryside of Socotra. Our bags contain an ounce (28 g) of dragon?s blood.
Drimia angustifolia 4-inch pots$8.00
This plant is from a wide area of northeastern South Africa, generally growing in the summer rainfall area. This bulb generally produces a low number (about 3) of linear leaves. The flowers are white. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Drimia elata 3-inch pots$6.00
This cosmopolitan species occurs from the South African Cape to East Africa. Large bulbs produce long linear leaves that can have undulate hairy margins. The flower spike is tall and crowded with white to purple flowers produced after the leaves have died. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Drimia elata 4-inch pots$8.00
This cosmopolitan species occurs from the South African Cape to East Africa. Large bulbs produce long linear leaves that can have undulate hairy margins. The flower spike is tall and crowded with white to purple flowers produced after the leaves have died. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Drimia haworthioides 3-inch pots$6.00
This is one very interesting species from the Klein Karoo of the Republic of South Africa. Each bulb scale resembles a leaf of one of the windowed-leaf Haworthias. The true leaves are thin, flat and grass green. These plants are in 3-inch pots.
Drimia haworthioides 4-inch pots$8.00
This is one very interesting species from the Klein Karoo of the Republic of South Africa. Each bulb scale resembles a leaf of one of the windowed-leaf Haworthias. The true leaves are thin, flat and grass green. These plants are in 4-inch pots.
Drimia haworthioides 5-inch pots$10.00
This is one very interesting species from the Klein Karoo of South Africa. Each bulb scale resembles a leaf of one of the windowed-leaf Haworthias. The true leaves are thin, flat and grass green. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Drimia sp. (Namibia) 5-inch pots$10.00
We only know that this Drimia has long, linear leaves and it is from Namibia. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Drimiopsis kirkii 3-inch pots$6.00
This interesting bulb from Zanzibar puts out thick green, leather-like leaves with dark spots. We previously offered this as "Scilla sp. Leathery Leaf." We have these in 3-inch pots.
Drimiopsis kirkii 4-inch pots$8.00
This interesting bulb from Zanzibar puts out thick green, leather-like leaves with dark spots. We previously offered this as "Scilla sp. Leathery Leaf." We have these in 4-inch pots.
Drimiopsis kirkii 5-inch pots$10.00
This interesting bulb from Zanzibar puts out thick green, leather-like leaves with dark spots. We previously offered this as "Scilla sp. Leathery Leaf." We have these in 5-inch pots.
Drimiopsis maculata (variegate) 4-inch pots$9.00
This bulb, from the southern and eastern coasts of South Africa, has with petiolate leaves with dark-brown spots. These plants have vague to prominent yellow streaks and stripes in the leaves. These plants form clumps, which makes it an excellent pot plant. These are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Drimiopsis maculata 3-inch pots$6.00
We previously offered this as Drimia maculata. This bulb, from the southern and eastern coasts of South Africa, has with petiolate leaves with dark-brown spots. These plants form clumps, which makes it an excellent pot plant, or we have been growing this species in our yard in Tucson for several years. These are offsets in 3-inch pots.
Drimiopsis maculata 4-inch pots$8.00
We previously offered this as Drimia maculata. This bulb, from the southern and eastern coasts of South Africa, has with petiolate leaves with dark-brown spots. These plants form clumps, which makes it an excellent pot plant, or we have been growing this species in our yard in Tucson for several years. These are offsets in 4-inch pots.
Drimiopsis maculata 5-inch pots$10.00
We previously offered this as Drimia maculata. This bulb, from the southern and eastern coasts of South Africa, has with petiolate leaves with dark-brown spots. These plants form clumps, which makes it an excellent pot plant, or we have been growing this species in our yard in Tucson for several years. These are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Drimiopsis maculata 6-inch pots$12.00
We previously offered this as Drimia maculata. This bulb, from the southern and eastern coasts of South Africa, has with petiolate leaves with dark-brown spots. These plants form clumps, which makes it an excellent pot plant, or we have been growing this species in our yard in Tucson for several years. These are rooted offsets in 6-inch pots.
Drimiopsis maculata one-gallon pots$15.00
We previously offered this as Drimia maculata. This bulb, from the southern and eastern coasts of South Africa, has with petiolate leaves with dark-brown spots. These plants form clumps, which makes it an excellent pot plant, or we have been growing this species in our yard in Tucson for several years. These are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Dudleya brittonii 5-inch pots$15.00
Dudleya brittonii grows in close proximity to the Pacific Ocean in northwestern Baja California, Mexico. These plants have rosettes of nearly snow-white leaves, and the flowers are tubular, upright, and orange to red in color. Although this species is from a strictly winter-rainfall region, we?ve been able to grow these plants in Tucson in full shade with relatively frequent summer watering. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Dyckia cv ‘Red Devil‘ 5-inch pots$18.00
Dyckia cv ?Red Devil? is a medium-sized terrestrial bromeliad with thin spine-tinged leaves that turn a burgundy red in full sunlight. The flowers are orange and held in a tall spike. We offer rooted offsets of this plant in 5-inch pots.
Dyckia cv ‘Red Devil‘ one-gallon pots$20.00
Dyckia cv ‘Red Devil‘ is a medium-sized terrestrial bromeliad with thin spine-tinged leaves that turn a burgundy red in full sunlight. The flowers are orange and held in a tall spike. We offer rooted offsets of this plant in one-gallon pots.
Dyckia cv ‘Red Seedling‘ one-gallon pots$25.00
This seedling selection is a medium-sized terrestrial bromeliad with thin spine-tinged leaves with a reddish tone that fully develops in full sunlight. The flowers are orange and held in a tall spike. We offer rooted offsets of this plant in one-gallon pots.
Dyckia cv ‘Silver Seedling‘ 4-inch pots$15.00
This seedling selection is a medium-sized terrestrial bromeliad with thin spine-tinged leaves with a silver tone. The flowers are orange and held in a tall spike. We offer rooted offsets of this plant in 4-inch pots.
Dyckia cv ‘Silver Seedling‘ 5-inch pots$18.00
This seedling selection is a medium-sized terrestrial bromeliad with thin spine-tinged leaves with a silver tone. The flowers are orange and held in a tall spike. We offer rooted offsets of this plant in 5-inch pots.
Dyckia rariflora 4-inch pots$12.00
Dyckia rariflora is from Brazil. This small terrestrial bromeliad has beautiful foliage and orange flowers in a tall spike. We offer offsets of this plant in 4-inch pots.
Dyckia rariflora 5-inch pots$15.00
Dyckia rariflora is from Brazil. This small terrestrial bromeliad has beautiful foliage and orange flowers in a tall spike. We offer offsets of this plant in 5-inch pots.
Ebracteola wilmaniae 4-inch pots$8.00
This species is rather widely distributed in the Great Karoo of South Africa, although locally restricted to certain types of soils in grassland vegetation. The leaves are roughly triangular, thin, long, and green. The flowers are multicolored, white at the base with purple-pink petal tips. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Ebracteola wilmaniae 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is rather widely distributed in the Great Karoo of South Africa, although locally restricted to certain types of soils in grassland vegetation. The leaves are roughly triangular, thin, long, and green. The flowers are multicolored, white at the base with purple-pink petal tips. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Echeveria gibbiflora cv ‘Carunculata‘ 6-inch pots$15.00
Echeveria gibbiflora has a range from central Mexico into Guatemala. From a short stem, the rosettes bear glaucous reddish-green leaves that are broadly orbicular. Cultivar ‘Carunculata‘ has what are known as carunculations on the leaves, which form monstrose protuberances. The flowers are pinkish white. These plants are rooted offsets in 6-inch pots.
Echeveria pulvinata 3-inch pots$6.00
This beautiful species is from Oaxaca, Mexico. The succulent leaves are hairy, light green, and rimmed in beautiful pink-red hairs. The flowers are relatively large and nodding. Unlike the typical species, which has red flowers, ours are orange. These plants are rooted cuttings in 3-inch pots.
Echeveria pulvinata 4-inch pots$8.00
This beautiful species is from Oaxaca, Mexico. The succulent leaves are hairy, light green, and rimmed in beautiful pink-red hairs. The flowers are relatively large and nodding. Unlike the typical species, which has red flowers, ours are orange. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Echeveria purpusorum 3-inch pots$8.00
This beautiful species is from Puebla and possibly Oaxaca, Mexico. This species has a small, tight rosette with numerous chunky leaves that are blue green with small white spots. These plants are rooted cuttings in 3-inch pots.
Echeveria purpusorum 4-inch pots$10.00
This beautiful species is from Puebla and possibly Oaxaca, Mexico. This species has a small, tight rosette with numerous chunky leaves that are blue green with small white spots. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Echeveria runyonii cv ‘Topsy Turvy‘ 5-inch pots$10.00
This natural mutant of a common species has long been a favorite among succulent plant collectors. From Nuevo Leon, Mexico, this species has gray-green glaucous leaves, and in this form, the leaves appear to be upside-down. The flowers numerous along a tall peduncle and are red. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Echidnopsis cereiformis 3-inch pots$8.00
This species is from Ethiopia and Sudan. They typically grow beneath shrubs and produce gray-green tuberculate stems. The corollas tend to be darker in color than the related E. dammanniana, with a predominant reddish-brown theme. These plants are rooted cuttings in 3-inch pots.
Echidnopsis cereiformis 4-inch pots$10.00
This species is from Ethiopia and Sudan. They typically grow beneath shrubs and produce gray-green tuberculate stems. The corollas tend to be darker in color than the related E. dammanniana, with a predominant reddish-brown theme. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Echidnopsis dammanniana 3-inch pots$8.00
These plants are native to Kenya, Ethiopia, and Somalia. They typically grow beneath shrubs and produce gray-green tuberculate stems. The corollas tend to be greenish-brown, but we've had some that have considerable yellow coloration. These plants are rooted cuttings in 3-inch pots.
Echinocactus grusonii (multiheaded) 6-inch pots$20.00
The classic Golden Barrel is from a restricted area in Queretaro, Mexico. Common in Arizona landscaping, Echinocactus grusonii represents another species that likely is more common in cultivation than in habitat. These plants are multiheaded seedlings in 6-inch pots.
Echinocactus grusonii (white) 10-inch pots$40.00
This form, known as the White Barrel, is from a restricted area in Queretaro, Mexico. Uncommon, the white form of Echinocactus grusonii is a very distinctive landscape species, although it has less frost tolerance than does the better-known typical species. We‘ve grown this in the ground for many years with no problems, but these plants do have some rib damage from past frosts that you have to look closely to see. The plants should grow out of this minimal damage. These plants are seedlings in 10-inch pots.
Echinocactus grusonii (white) 2-gallon pots$35.00
This form, known as the White Barrel, is from a restricted area in Queretaro, Mexico. Uncommon, the white form of Echinocactus grusonii is a very distinctive landscape species, although it has less frost tolerance than does the better-known typical species. We?ve grown this in the ground for many years with no problems, but these plants do have some rib damage from past frosts that you have to look closely to see. The plants should grow out of this minimal damage. These plants are seedlings in 2-gallon pots.
Echinocactus grusonii 2-inch pots$5.00
The classic Golden Barrel is from a restricted area in Queretaro, Mexico. Common in Arizona landscaping, Echinocactus grusonii represents another species that likely is more common in cultivation than in habitat. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Echinocactus grusonii 3-gallon pots$35.00
The classic Golden Barrel is from a restricted area in Queretaro, Mexico. Common in Arizona landscaping, Echinocactus grusonii represents another species that likely is more common in cultivation than in habitat. These plants are seedlings in 3-gallon pots.
Echinocactus grusonii 3-inch pots$6.00
The classic Golden Barrel is from a restricted area in Queretaro, Mexico. Common in Arizona landscaping, Echinocactus grusonii represents another species that likely is more common in cultivation than in habitat. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Echinocactus grusonii 8-inch pots$30.00
The classic Golden Barrel is from a restricted area in Queretaro, Mexico. Common in Arizona landscaping, Echinocactus grusonii represents another species that likely is more common in cultivation than in habitat. These plants are established offsets in 8-inch pots.
Echinocactus grusonii one-gallon pots$15.00
The classic Golden Barrel is from a restricted area in Queretaro, Mexico. Common in Arizona landscaping, Echinocactus grusonii represents another species that likely is more common in cultivation than in habitat. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Echinocactus platyacanthus 3-inch pots$6.00
Widely distributed in north-central Mexico, this very interesting barrel cactus has globose, gray-green body that turns short-columnar with age. The number of ribs is low and changes with age as well, and the spination is also variable but turning black with age. The flowers are golden yellow. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Echinocactus platyacanthus 4-inch pots$8.00
Widely distributed in north-central Mexico, this very interesting barrel cactus has globose, gray-green body that turns short-columnar with age. The number of ribs is low and changes with age as well, and the spination is also variable but turning black with age. The flowers are golden yellow. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Echinocactus platyacanthus fm grandis (FO 035) 2-inch pots$6.00
Widely distributed in north-central Mexico, this very interesting barrel cactus has globose, gray-green body that turns short-columnar with age. The number of ribs is low and changes with age as well, and the spination is also variable but turning black with age. Forma grandis reputedly is the largest of all the barrel cacti. The flowers are golden yellow. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Echinocactus platyacanthus fm grandis (FO 035) 3-inch pots$7.00
Widely distributed in north-central Mexico, this very interesting barrel cactus has globose, gray-green body that turns short-columnar with age. The number of ribs is low and changes with age as well, and the spination is also variable but turning black with age. Forma grandis reputedly is the largest of all the barrel cacti. The flowers are golden yellow. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Echinocactus platyacanthus fm grandis (FO 035) 4-inch pots$9.00
Widely distributed in north-central Mexico, this very interesting barrel cactus has globose, gray-green body that turns short-columnar with age. The number of ribs is low and changes with age as well, and the spination is also variable but turning black with age. Forma grandis reputedly is the largest of all the barrel cacti. The flowers are golden yellow. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Echinocactus texensis 2-inch pots$5.00
Widely distributed from Oklahoma south into central Mexico, this species is commonly known in the United States as horse crippler for its ability to trip and catch legs. The solitary plants tend to be globose and rather squat with stout gray-white hooked spines. The flowers are pinkish-white. These plants likely are hardy to 0F. We offer this species as seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Echinocactus texensis 4-inch pots$8.00
Widely distributed from Oklahoma south into central Mexico, this species is commonly known in the United States as horse crippler for its ability to trip and catch legs. The solitary plants tend to be globose and rather squat with stout gray-white hooked spines. The flowers are pinkish-white. These plants likely are hardy to 0F. We offer this species as seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Echinocereus laui 4-inch pots$8.00
From high in the Sierra Madre in Sonora, Mexico, this columnar species clumps to form plants with cylindrical stems bearing grayish-white spines over the light green body. The flowers are broad and pink. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Echinocereus laui 5-inch pots$10.00
From high in the Sierra Madre in Sonora, Mexico, this columnar species clumps to form plants with cylindrical stems bearing grayish-white spines over the light green body. The flowers are broad and pink. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Echinocereus pacificus 4-inch pots$9.00
This species is known from only one canyon in Baja California, Mexico. It is known as Mexican Claret Cup and has been lumped as a subspecies into the Echinocereus polyacanthus group, but we keep it separate here. It has cylindrical stems bearing white spines with red-brown tips and offsets prolifically. The flowers are red and cup-shaped. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Echinocereus pentalophus ssp. procumbens 8-inch pots$25.00
This little cactus is from the northeastern states of Mexico. It forms a low clump with spiny stems the diameter of a thumb. What‘s great about this species is the extremely large flowers with purple petals and a yellow center. We‘ve grown this species outside in Tucson for many years where it has taken the low 20s with little or no damage. These plants are rooted cuttings in 8-inch pots.
Echinocereus reichenbachii ssp. albispinus 2-inch pots$7.00
This plant, variously listed as a variety or subspecies, is part of a complex of Echinocereus that ranges from Oklahoma through Texas and into northeastern Mexico. Subspecies albispinus is distinguished with its prominent white spines on a green, offsetting body. The flowers are large and violet. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Echinocereus reichenbachii var. albertii 4-inch pots$9.00
This beautiful Echinocereus is widely distributed in the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. The short stems are densely covered with colorful spines. The flowers are large, pink-violet, and quite showy. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Echinocereus russanthus 4-inch pots$9.00
This species is from west Texas extending southwards into Chihuahua, Mexico. The plants generally branch from the base, producing relatively short light-green stems with numerous white spines. The flowers have green centers with mostly red petals. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Echinocereus scheeri ssp. scheeri 4-inch pots$8.00
This strikingly beautiful species is widely distributed in northwestern Mexico. This species offsets prolifically and can be either upright or creep along the ground. The short cylindrical stems are light green in color and lined with ribs with white spines. The flowers are orange to red. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Echinocereus scheeri ssp. scheeri 5-inch pots$10.00
This strikingly beautiful species is widely distributed in northwestern Mexico. This species offsets prolifically and can be either upright or creep along the ground. The short cylindrical stems are light green in color and lined with ribs with white spines. The flowers are orange to red. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Echinocereus viereckii ssp. morricalii 4-inch pots$8.00
This strikingly beautiful species is narrowly distributed in northeastern Mexico in the southern Chihuahuan Desert. This species offsets prolifically and can be either upright or creep along the ground. Subspecies morricalii has long, essentially spineless and cylindrical stems are dark green in color with small white areoles. The flowers are large and purple. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Echinocereus viereckii ssp. morricalii 5-inch pots$10.00
This strikingly beautiful species is narrowly distributed in northeastern Mexico in the southern Chihuahuan Desert. This species offsets prolifically and can be either upright or creep along the ground. Subspecies morricalii has long, essentially spineless and cylindrical stems are dark green in color with small white areoles. The flowers are large and purple. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Echinofossulocactus multicostatus 2-inch pots$5.00
This species, considered by some to be a Stenocactus, is from Coahuila, Chihuahua, and Durango, Mexico, generally east of the Sierra Madre. What makes this species interesting are the wavy ridges to the flutes in the body, which make it look more like a green filter than a plant. The flowers are white and not the reason one obtains this plant. We offer seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Echinofossulocactus multicostatus 4-inch pots$8.00
This species, considered by some to be a Stenocactus, is from Coahuila, Chihuahua, and Durango, Mexico, generally east of the Sierra Madre. What makes this species interesting are the wavy ridges to the flutes in the body, which make it look more like a green filter than a plant. The flowers are white and not the reason one obtains this plant. We offer seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Echinofossulocactus multicostatus 5-inch pots$15.00
This species, considered by some to be a Stenocactus, is from Coahuila, Chihuahua, and Durango, Mexico, generally east of the Sierra Madre. What makes this species interesting are the wavy ridges to the flutes in the body, which make it look more like a green filter than a plant. The flowers are white and not the reason one obtains this plant. We offer seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Echinofossulocactus phyllacanthus 4-inch pots$8.00
Widely distributed north to south in eastern Mexico, this is an extremely variable genus that some consider this to be Stenocactus, but we keep it separate. This small globose species has a medium green body. Noted for its tightly folded ribs, it has only a few white spines emanating from tubercles arranged along the ribs. The flowers are small and yellow, which is one of the distinguishing characters of this species. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Echinopsis ancistrophora ssp. cardenasiana 5-inch pots$11.00
This species is from Brazil. It has a sparsely offsetting dark green globose body with light colored spines closely appressed against the ribs. The flowers are reddish-purple. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Echinopsis aurea var. dobeana 4-inch pots$8.00
This species, in the group commonly known as Golden Easter Lily Cactus, is from northern Argentina. These plants form clustering mounds and produce their yellow flowers in the spring. These multistem plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Echinopsis backebergii 5-inch pots$11.00
From Bolivia and Peru, this offsetting species has a green globose body with numerous ribs and gray-brown spines. The flowers are large and red with yellow-white throats. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Echinopsis chamaecereus cv ‘Fire Chief’ 5-inch pots$10.00
From a highly variable group of mat-forming cacti from Argentina, this cultivar is selected for its prolific production of red-orange flowers. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Echinopsis chamaecereus cv ‘Giant Peanut‘ 4-inch pots$9.00
From a highly variable group of mat-forming cacti from Argentina, this cultivar is selected for its prolific production of orange flowers. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Echinopsis chamaecereus cv ‘Giant Peanut‘ 5-inch pots$11.00
From a highly variable group of mat-forming cacti from Argentina, this cultivar is selected for its prolific production of orange flowers. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Echinopsis crassicaulis cv ‘Red Velvet’ 4-inch pots$8.00
This species is from northern Argentina. There is nothing particularly special about these small, green, globose plants, except the flowers. The cultivar name 'Red Velvet' refers to the appearance of those flowers. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Echinopsis crassicaulis cv ‘Red Velvet’ 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is from northern Argentina. There is nothing particularly special about these small, green, globose plants, except the flowers. The cultivar name ‘Red Velvet’ refers to the appearance of those flowers. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Echinopsis cv 'Arachnacot' 3-inch pots$6.00
This hybrid Echinopsis, developed by Miles Anderson, has beautiful orange flowers produced during the spring. The body has a fuzzy covering of spines, lending a gray sheen to the plant. These rooted offsets are available in 3-inch pots.
Echinopsis cv 'Arachnacot' 4-inch pots$8.00
This hybrid Echinopsis, developed by Miles Anderson, has beautiful orange flowers produced during the spring. The body has a fuzzy covering of spines, lending a gray sheen to the plant. These rooted offsets are available in 4-inch pots.
Echinopsis glaucina 5-inch pots$11.00
From Argentina, this species is solitary and has a globose green body with numerous ribs and gray-black spines. The flowers are yellow. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Echinopsis hybrid 3-inch pots$6.00
This beautiful cultivar of Echinopsis has a large white flower. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Echinopsis hybrid 4-inch pots$8.00
This beautiful cultivar of Echinopsis has a large white flower. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Echinopsis hybrid 5-inch pots$10.00
This beautiful cultivar of Echinopsis has a large white flower. These plants are multiheaded rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Echinopsis hybrid crest 5-inch pots$15.00
This beautiful cultivar of Echinopsis has a highly distorted, crested body and a large white flower. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Echinopsis hybrid one-gallon pots$15.00
This beautiful cultivar of Echinopsis has a large white flower. These plants are multiheaded rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Echinopsis subdenudata cv 'Fuzzy Navel' 4-inch pots$8.00
This species is from Bolivia, but this cultivar was developed to emphasize the fuzzy hairs surrounding the apical growing tip. For such a small plant, it produces a huge white flower. These seedlings are available in 4-inch pots.
Echinopsis subdenudata cv 'Fuzzy Navel' 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is from Bolivia, but this cultivar was developed to emphasize the fuzzy hairs surrounding the apical growing tip. For such a small plant, it produces a huge white flower. These seedlings are available in 5-inch pots.
Elephantorrhiza elephantina 5-inch pots$15.00
From northeastern South Africa, and extending north and west into Botswana and Namibia, this little geophyte can produce a substantial above-ground caudex. It has pinnate leaves that suggest its relationship in the pea family. We have not seen this species flower. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Elephantorrhiza goetzii 5-inch pots$10.00
This species mostly occurs in Zimbabwe and Mozambique with a distribution into northeastern South Africa, Botswana, and Angola. Unlike most members of this genus, this species is a small tree that can produce a substantial above-ground caudex. It has pinnate leaves that show it is in the pea family. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Elephantorrhiza goetzii one-gallon pots$15.00
This species mostly occurs in Zimbabwe and Mozambique with a distribution into northeastern South Africa, Botswana, and Angola. Unlike most members of this genus, this species is a small tree that can produce a substantial above-ground caudex. It has pinnate leaves that show it is in the pea family. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Endadenium gossweileri 5-inch pots$10.00
From Angola, this species once was considered part of the genus Monadenium but was moved into a monospecific genus in 1973. These monoecious plants have swollen bases and green stems with fleshy green leaves. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Epidendrum ellipticum (orange flower) 4-inch pots$8.00
From Brazil, Peru, and Paraguay, this species is a shrubby plant with reed-like stems and (surprise!) elliptical leaves. What is interesting is that the flower color varies over a wide range, and the flowers of this version are orange. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Epithelantha micromeris var. greggii 2-inch pots$8.00
The Epithelantha complex contains small species that are widely distributed from eastern Arizona to Texas and south to San Luis Potosi, and variety greggii, which has the largest body within the complex, occurs primarily within Coahuila. The globular stem is covered with many rows of small tubercles tipped with white spines, set so close together that the green epidermis is mostly hidden. The flowers are pink and develop from the apex. The fruit are elongated bright red pods. These seedlings are in 2-inch pots.
Epithelantha micromeris var. micromeris 3-inch pots$10.00
The Epithelantha complex contains small species that are widely distributed from eastern Arizona to Texas and south to San Luis Potosi. The globular stem with its depressed apex is covered with many rows of small tubercles tipped with white spines, set so close together that the green epidermis is hidden. The flowers are pink and develop from the apex. The fruit are elongated bright red pods. These seedlings are full-sized plants in 3-inch pots.
Erythrina abyssinica 2-gallon pots$30.00
Widespread in East and central Africa, this species is a tree with an armored trunk and corky bark. The branches are covered with fine hairs, and the flowers are bright red. These plants are seedlings in 2-gallon pots.
Erythrina abyssinica 5-inch pots$10.00
Widespread in East and central Africa, this species is a tree with an armored trunk and corky bark. The branches are covered with fine hairs, and the flowers are bright red. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Erythrina abyssinica one-gallon pots$15.00
Widespread in East and central Africa, this species is a tree with an armored trunk and corky bark. The branches are covered with fine hairs, and the flowers are bright red. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Erythrina acanthocarpa one-gallon pots$25.00
This impressive tree is from the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. This species makes a great pachycaul because the trunk is succulent, green, and spiny. The flowers are large and multicolored, ranging from bright red to green. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Erythrina caffra 3-gallon pots$35.00
In coastal settings of South Africa, ranging northeastwards from the Eastern Cape Province to KwaZulu-Natal, this large tree has bright scarlet flowers. The dark-green leaves are palmate and have little protuberances that resemble thorns. These plants are seedlings in 3-gallon pots.
Erythrina caffra 5-inch pots$10.00
In coastal settings of South Africa, ranging northeastwards from the Eastern Cape Province to KwaZulu-Natal, this large tree has bright scarlet flowers. The dark-green leaves are palmate and have little protuberances that resemble thorns. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Erythrina caffra one-gallon pots$15.00
In coastal settings of South Africa, ranging northeastwards from the Eastern Cape Province to KwaZulu-Natal, this large tree has bright scarlet flowers. The dark-green leaves are palmate and have little protuberances that resemble thorns. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Erythrina flabelliformis 5-inch pots$10.00
When grown in an area free of frost, this Erythrina forms a short-trunked tree with a thickened base. In Arizona, where this species is native, a significant amount of the above-ground biomass is killed by frost each year, creating a sizable underground caudex. The highly attractive flowers are a bright scarlet. We offer seedlings of this species in 5-inch pots.
Erythrina flabelliformis one-gallon pots$15.00
When grown in an area free of frost, this Erythrina forms a short-trunked tree with a thickened base. In Arizona, where this species is native, a significant amount of the above-ground biomass is killed by frost each year, creating a sizable underground caudex. The highly attractive flowers are a bright scarlet. We offer seedlings of this species in one-gallon pots.
Erythrina humeana 5-inch pots$10.00
This shrubby tree is from South Africa, Swaziland, and Mozambique. Known for its spectacular flame-red flowers, this plant produces a notable rootstock that allows it to withstand freezing by shedding higher branches, like E. flabelliformis, producing a multibranched shrub. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Erythrina humeana one-gallon pots$14.00
This shrubby tree is from South Africa, Swaziland, and Mozambique. Known for its spectacular flame-red flowers, this plant produces a notable rootstock that allows it to withstand freezing by shedding higher branches, like E. flabelliformis, producing a multibranched shrub. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Erythrina livingstoniana 2-gallon pots$25.00
Widely distributed in Zimbabwe, Mozambique, and Zambia, north to southern Tanzania, this large tree has orange- red flowers and is commonly planted as an ornamental. The trunk bears spines that armor the tree. The leaves are ovate-cordate with a tapering tip. These plants are seedlings in 2-gallon pots.
Erythrina livingstoniana 5-inch pots$10.00
Widely distributed in Zimbabwe, Mozambique, and Zambia, north to southern Tanzania, this large tree has orange- red flowers and is commonly planted as an ornamental. The trunk bears spines that armor the tree. The leaves are ovate-cordate with a tapering tip. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Erythrina livingstoniana one-gallon pots$12.00
Widely distributed in Zimbabwe, Mozambique, and Zambia, north to southern Tanzania, this large tree has orange- red flowers and is commonly planted as an ornamental. The trunk bears spines that armor the tree. The leaves are ovate-cordate with a tapering tip. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Erythrina lysistemon 3-gallon pots$45.00
Widely distributed in the eastern parts of South Africa, this large tree has bright red flowers and is commonly planted as an ornamental. The photosynthetic trunk has tubercles resembling spines, especially when young. The leaves are ovate with occasional protuberances along the veins and a tapering tip. These plants are seedlings in 3-gallon pots.
Erythrina madagascariensis 8-inch pots$40.00
This Erythrina is from Madagascar and Comoros northwest off Mozambique. It is a huge tree with black spines on the gray-green trunk, and it has very large ovate leaves. These plants are seedlings in 8-inch pots.
Erythrophysa aesculina 5-inch pots$25.00
This pachycaul tree, from Madagascar, is from a monospecific genus in the soap-tree family (Sapindaceae). The plants have a knobby stem with pinnate leaves. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Erythrophysa aesculina one-gallon pots$35.00
This pachycaul tree, from Madagascar, is from a monospecific genus in the soap-tree family (Sapindaceae). The plants have a knobby stem with pinnate leaves. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Erythrophysa transvaalensis 5-inch pots$15.00
This pachycaul tree is from northern South Africa with a distribution into Zimbabwe. The plants have a knobby stem with pinnate leaves with long, lance-like pinnae. The seed pots are large and inflated. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Erythrophysa transvaalensis one-gallon pots$20.00
This pachycaul tree is from northern South Africa with a distribution into Zimbabwe. The plants have a knobby stem with pinnate leaves with long, lance-like pinnae. The seed pots are large and inflated. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Espostoa guentheri 4-inch pots$10.00
This columnar cactus is from the Bolivian desert of South America. Although we tend to think of the genus Espostoa as having an overall white or gray appearance, this species has a green body with short yellow spines. The yellow-white flowers are produced in a lateral cephalium along one or two ridges. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Espostoa melanostele 3-inch pots$6.00
This short columnar cactus is from the desert of northern to central Peru. Covered with dense and soft white spines, this species produces flowers from a lateral cephalium along one or two ridges. Those flowers are funnel-shaped and white to red in color. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Espostoa melanostele 4-inch pots$8.00
This short columnar cactus is from the desert of northern to central Peru. Covered with dense and soft white spines, this species produces flowers from a lateral cephalium along one or two ridges. Those flowers are funnel-shaped and white to red in color. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Espostoa melanostele 5-inch pots$10.00
This short columnar cactus is from the desert of northern to central Peru. Covered with dense and soft white spines, this species produces flowers from a lateral cephalium along one or two ridges. Those flowers are funnel-shaped and white to red in color. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Espostoa nana 2-gallon pots$35.00
This short columnar cactus, which produces numerous stems, is from the desert of one locality in Peru. Covered with dense and soft white spines, this species produces flowers from a lateral cephalium along one or two ridges. Those flowers are funnel-shaped and white in color. These plants are seedlings in 2-gallon pots.
Espostoa nana 3-gallon pots$40.00
This short columnar cactus, which produces numerous stems, is from the desert of one locality in Peru. Covered with dense and soft white spines, this species produces flowers from a lateral cephalium along one or two ridges. Those flowers are funnel-shaped and white in color. These plants are seedlings in 3-gallon pots.
Eulophia petersii one-gallon pots$25.00
This terrestrial orchid, from the Arabian Peninsula down into East Africa, offsets prolifically from the bulb-like base. Stiff, cupped leaves rise from that base, with papery coverings near the base. The flowers are multicolored orchid flowers; enough said. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia ‘not virosa‘ 4-inch pots$14.00
This beautiful shrubby species is from northern Namibia and probably extends into Angola. Its stems are blue-green in color with nice variegation on the stems, and the 4-6 flutes that typically form are lined with paired spines. The cyathia are yellow. Unlike the typical species, this form is a larger shrub, and its seed capsules bear 3-5 seeds that are easily 2-3 times larger than the typical, which is probably sufficient to describe this as a new species. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia ‘not virosa‘ one-gallon pots$30.00
This beautiful shrubby species is from northern Namibia and probably extends into Angola. Its stems are blue-green in color with nice variegation on the stems, and the 4-6 flutes that typically form are lined with paired spines. The cyathia are yellow. Unlike the typical species, this form is a larger shrub, and its seed capsules bear 3-5 seeds that are easily 2-3 times larger than the typical, which is probably sufficient to describe this as a new species. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia abyssinica 5-inch pots$15.00
From the highlands of the Horn of Africa, this tree Euphorbia is highly variable. This form was once called Euphorbia acurensis. The stems tend to be four angled, light to medium green, and bearing stout spines on the stem wings. The flowers, of course, are yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia abyssinica one-gallon pots$40.00
From the highlands of the Horn of Africa, this tree Euphorbia is highly variable. The stems tend to be four angled, light to medium green, and bearing stout spines on the stem wings. The flowers, of course, are yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia actinoclada (Lav 12224) 4-inch pots$10.00
This is yet another of the interesting species near the Kenya-Ethiopia-Somalia border. The original material (Lav 12224) came from Mecha Mari, Kenya. Euphorbia actinoclada is a low, spreading, spiny shrub with beautiful dark-green stems striped in yellow. The cyathia are orange-red. These rooted cuttings fit into 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia adjurana 5-inch pots$12.00
From southern Ethiopia and northern Kenya, this tree has 4-angled branches that are wavy with prominent spines. The stems and branches have nice variegated markings. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia adjurana one-gallon pots$20.00
From southern Ethiopia and northern Kenya, this tree has 4-angled branches that are wavy with prominent spines. The stems and branches have nice variegated markings. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia aeruginosa (minor) 4-inch pots$10.00
From the Northern Province of South Africa, this small tufted shrub has beautiful blue-green stems and spine shields with two pair of copper colored spines. Closely related to E. schinzii and E. lydenbergensis, this species makes a beautiful potted plant with its coloration and yellow cyathia. Variety minor was lumped together with variety major, we‘ll separate them here. These are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia aeruginosa 4-inch pots$10.00
From the Northern Province of South Africa, this small tufted shrub has beautiful blue-green stems and spine shields with two pair of copper colored spines. Closely related to E. schinzii and E. lydenbergensis, this species makes a beautiful potted plant with its coloration and yellow cyathia. We previously offered three varieties of this species, but two of those (major and minor) are lumped together here. These are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia aggregata 4-inch pots$8.00
Closely related to Euphorbia ferox, Euphorbia aggregata occurs in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. These plants form mounded cushions that can be extensive. The fierce peduncles that characterize E. ferox are few in number on this species. We offer offsets of this species in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia aggregata 5-inch pots$10.00
Closely related to Euphorbia ferox, Euphorbia aggregata occurs in the Eastern Cape Province of the Republic of South Africa. These plants form mounded cushions that can be extensive. The fierce peduncles that characterize E. ferox are few in number on this species. We offer offsets of this species in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia ambovombensis 2-inch pots$12.00
This beautiful dwarf Madagascan species has a spherical caudex and graceful short branches. The leaves are dark brownish green with crisped edges, and the cyathias are small and pale pink. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Euphorbia ambovombensis 3-inch pots$15.00
This beautiful dwarf Madagascan species has a spherical caudex and graceful short branches. The leaves are dark brownish green with crisped edges, and the cyathias are small and pale pink. These plants are rooted cuttings in 3-inch pots.
Euphorbia ambovombensis 4-inch pots$18.00
This beautiful dwarf Madagascan species has a spherical caudex and graceful short branches. The leaves are dark brownish green with crisped edges, and the cyathias are small and pale pink. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia ambroseae 4-inch pots$8.00
From Mozambique and Malawi, this species is a spiny shrub with 4-angled branches and spines on a horny spine shield. The cyathia are yellow. We offer rooted cuttings of this species in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia ambroseae 5-inch pots$10.00
From Mozambique and Malawi, this species is a spiny shrub with 4-angled branches and spines on a horny spine shield. The cyathia are yellow. We offer rooted cuttings of this species in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia ammak (variegated) 2-gallon pots$25.00
This species, a large tree in habitat through the southwestern Arabian Peninsula, has stems that are beautifully variegated with pale green and yellow streaks. These plants are rooted cuttings that are in 2-gallon pots.
Euphorbia ammak 10-inch pots$30.00
This species is a large tree in its habitat through the southwestern Arabian Peninsula. The stems are a bright green with a horny spine shield with short, black spines. These plants are rooted cuttings in 10-inch pots.
Euphorbia ammak one-gallon pots$18.00
This species is a large tree in its habitat through the southwestern Arabian Peninsula. The stems are a bright green with a horny spine shield with short, black spines. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia angularis 5-inch pots$15.00
From the island of Goa, off the coast of Mozambique, this species is a densely branched shrub with 3-4 angled branches. The cyathia are yellow. These cuttings are in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia angularis one-gallon pots$20.00
From the island of Goa, off the coast of Mozambique, this species is a densely branched shrub with 3-4 angled branches. The cyathia are yellow. These cuttings are in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia angustiflora 4-inch pots$9.00
From the Chunya District of Tanzania, this shrubby, spiny euphorbia has four-angled stems four-angled, each of which is deeply divided. The spines are reduced to one pair and a pair of prickles. The long, narrow cyathia are borne on long peduncles. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia ankarensis 4-inch pots$15.00
This species, from northern Madagascar, has a short, corky stem without spines. Cyathia that range in color from yellow-green to reddish-brown crown the top of the stem prior to production of large oblanceolate leaves that are uniformly green but with considerable and conspicuous veining. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia anoplia 3-inch pots$7.00
This species is not known from the wild and may be a hybrid, possibly related to Euphorbia polygona. The short, cylindrical stems have few persistent peduncles, and the species forms a nice mound. These cuttings fit into 3-inch pots.
Euphorbia anoplia 4-inch pots$9.00
This species is not known from the wild and may be a hybrid, possibly related to Euphorbia polygona. The short, cylindrical stems have few persistent peduncles, and the species forms a nice mound. These cuttings fit into 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia anoplia 5-inch pots$11.00
This species is not known from the wild and may be a hybrid, possibly related to Euphorbia polygona. The short, cylindrical stems have few persistent peduncles, and the species forms a nice mound. These cuttings fit into 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia anoplia 8-inch pots$20.00
This species is not known from the wild and may be a hybrid, possibly related to Euphorbia polygona. The short, cylindrical stems have few persistent peduncles, and the species forms a nice mound. These cuttings fit into 8-inch pots.
Euphorbia antiquorum (crest) 5-inch pots$25.00
One of the nicest of the Indian tree Euphorbias, this species also occurs from Pakistan through South Asia to Thailand. This crested version has dark -green stems with inconspicuous leaves and paired black spines. The cyathia are yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia antiquorum (crest) one-gallon pots$35.00
One of the nicest of the Indian tree Euphorbias, this species also occurs from Pakistan through South Asia to Thailand. This crested version has dark -green stems with inconspicuous leaves and paired black spines. The cyathia are yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia antiquorum 4-inch pots$10.00
One of the nicest of the Indian tree Euphorbias, this species also occurs from Pakistan through South Asia to Thailand. The stems are yellow-green with few leaves (except on growing tips), and paired black spines occur on the 3-5 angle branches. The cyathia are yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia antiquorum 8-inch pots$30.00
One of the nicest of the Indian tree Euphorbias, this species also occurs from Pakistan through South Asia to Thailand. The stems are yellow-green with few leaves (except on growing tips), and paired black spines occur on the 3-5 angle branches. The cyathia are yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in 8-inch pots.
Euphorbia antiquorum one-gallon pots$15.00
One of the nicest of the Indian tree Euphorbias, this species also occurs from Pakistan through South Asia to Thailand. The stems are yellow-green with few leaves (except on growing tips), and paired black spines occur on the 3-5 angle branches. The cyathia are yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia antisyphilitica one-gallon pots$15.00
From the Chihuahuan Desert of Texas and Chihuahua, this species reputedly offered a cure for syphilis (unverified). This species has several characteristics that separate it from other ?stick? Euphorbias: first, it is hardy to well below 20F; second, it makes a great landscape plant in much of the southwestern United States, forming large clumps; and third, it has really nice pinkish-white flowers produced in the springtime. These plants are single-stemmed rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia aphylla 4-inch pots$10.00
This species is from the Canary Islands. A winter-growing shrub, the branches produce spineless, medium-green stems with essentially no leaves. The cyathia are minute and clustered at the ends of the stems. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia aphylla 5-inch pots$15.00
This species is from the Canary Islands. A winter-growing shrub, the branches produce spineless, medium-green stems with essentially no leaves. The cyathia are minute and clustered at the ends of the stems. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia aphylla one-gallon pots$18.00
This species is from the Canary Islands. A winter-growing shrub, the branches produce spineless, medium-green stems with essentially no leaves. The cyathia are minute and clustered at the ends of the stems. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots. Euphorbia arbuscula 4-inch pots $15
Euphorbia asthenacantha 4-inch pots$8.00
From Tanzania, this mostly spineless shrub has 4-angled stems with nearly touching spine shields. The stems have a vaguely zig-zag marking of yellow-green blotching on a gray-green field. The cyathia are yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia asthenacantha 5-inch pots$10.00
From Tanzania, this mostly spineless shrub has 4-angled stems with nearly touching spine shields. The stems have a vaguely zig-zag marking of yellow-green blotching on a gray-green field. The cyathia are yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia asthenacantha one-gallon pots$25.00
From Tanzania, this mostly spineless shrub has 4-angled stems with nearly touching spine shields. The stems have a vaguely zig-zag marking of yellow-green blotching on a gray-green field. The cyathia are yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia atrispina var. viridis 4-inch pots$12.00
This species, which some consider to be the western extension of Euphorbia enopla, is from the Western Cape Province of South Africa. Smaller than E. enopla, this species forms a dense shrub with numerous branches. Variety viridis is named for the yellow-green peduncles that appear near the tips of the branches. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia avasmontana 2-inch pots$5.00
This candelabrum-form shrub is from the Northern Cape Province of South Africa and southern Namibia, with a distribution that roughly straddles the Orange River in much of its western arid and semiarid reaches. A resident of rocky hillslopes, this species typically has 5-angled stems that are yellow-green and densely spined with a continuous spine shield. The cyathia are yellow. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Euphorbia avasmontana 3-inch pots$6.00
This candelabrum-form shrub is from the Northern Cape Province of South Africa and southern Namibia, with a distribution that roughly straddles the Orange River in much of its western arid and semiarid reaches. A resident of rocky hillslopes, this species typically has 5-angled stems that are yellow-green and densely spined with a continuous spine shield. The cyathia are yellow. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Euphorbia avasmontana 4-inch pots$10.00
This candelabrum-form shrub is from the Northern Cape Province of South Africa and southern Namibia, with a distribution that roughly straddles the Orange River in much of its western arid and semiarid reaches. A resident of rocky hillslopes, this species typically has 5-angled stems that are yellow-green and densely spined with a continuous spine shield. The cyathia are yellow. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia avasmontana 5-inch pots$12.00
This candelabrum-form shrub is from the Northern Cape Province of South Africa and southern Namibia, with a distribution that roughly straddles the Orange River in much of its western arid and semiarid reaches. A resident of rocky hillslopes, this species typically has 5-angled stems that are yellow-green and densely spined with a continuous spine shield. The cyathia are yellow. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia awashensis 4-inch pots$8.00
From Ethiopia, this spiny, branching shrub has a fleshy root and a short stem. We had previously offered this as E. monacantha, but recently experts identified it as a species originally described in 1993. The stems have one spine per site on the stem that bends backwards towards the base. The cyathia are yellow. We offer rooted cuttings of this species in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia awashensis 5-inch pots$10.00
From Ethiopia, this spiny, branching shrub has a fleshy root and a short stem. We had previously offered this as E. monacantha, but recently experts identified it as a species originally described in 1993. The stems have one spine per site on the stem that bends backwards towards the base. The cyathia are yellow. We offer rooted cuttings of this species in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia awashensis one-gallon pots$15.00
From Ethiopia, this spiny, branching shrub has a fleshy root and a short stem. We had previously offered this as E. monacantha, but recently experts identified it as a species originally described in 1993. The stems have one spine per site on the stem that bends backwards towards the base. The cyathia are yellow. We offer rooted cuttings of this species in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia baioensis 4-inch pots$8.00
This beautiful spiny Euphorbia forms a small tufted succulent shrub. The branches many angled and are very spiny. This species is very showy when in flower, producing yellow cyathia on the tips of the stems. Euphorbia baioensis is rare in the wild and is from Kenya. We offer rooted cuttings of this species in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia baioensis 5-inch pots$10.00
This beautiful spiny Euphorbia forms a small tufted succulent shrub. The branches many angled and are very spiny. This species is very showy when in flower, producing yellow cyathia on the tips of the stems. Euphorbia baioensis is rare in the wild and is from Kenya. We offer rooted cuttings of this species in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia baioensis one-gallon pots$15.00
This beautiful spiny Euphorbia forms a small tufted succulent shrub. The branches many angled and are very spiny. This species is very showy when in flower, producing yellow cyathia on the tips of the stems. Euphorbia baioensis is rare in the wild and is from Kenya. We offer rooted cuttings of this species that now form multiple stems in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia ballyana 4-inch pots$8.00
Euphorbia ballyana is known only from one site south of Nairobi, Kenya. This sparsely branched shrub features nearly spineless, small branches arising from a tuberous root. We offer rooted cuttings of this species in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia ballyana 5-inch pots$10.00
Euphorbia ballyana is known only from one site south of Nairobi, Kenya. This sparsely branched shrub features nearly spineless, small branches arising from a tuberous root. We offer rooted cuttings of this species in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia ballyi 5-inch pots$35.00
This rare shrubby Euphorbia is from Somalia. What really distinguishes this species from other similar ones in this region is the extreme branch constrictions and the dense spine shield, which makes for an extremely fierce-looking plant. The cyathia are yellow. These plants are difficult to root so beware. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia barbicollis 4-inch pots$25.00
This rare, miniature species is from Somalia. The herbaceous leaves and stems arise from a tuberous rootstock that forms a caudex when raised. The cyathia are tiny and are a lemon-yellow color. We offer seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia barnardii 3-inch pots$6.00
This species is from Mpumalanga Province of South Africa. Superficially resembling E. restricta, this species has less prominent constrictions in the 4- to 5-angled stems and tends to be a prostrate shrub. The cyathia are yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in 3-inch pots.
Euphorbia barnardii 4-inch pots$8.00
This species is from Mpumalanga Province of South Africa. Superficially resembling E. restricta, this species has less prominent constrictions in the 4- to 5-angled stems and tends to be a prostrate shrub. The cyathia are yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia barnardii 5-inch pots$15.00
This species is from Mpumalanga Province of South Africa. Superficially resembling E. restricta, this species has less prominent constrictions in the 4- to 5-angled stems and tends to be a prostrate shrub. The cyathia are yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia barnardii one-gallon pots$15.00
This species is from Mpumalanga Province of South Africa. Superficially resembling E. restricta, this species has less prominent constrictions in the 4- to 5-angled stems and tends to be a prostrate shrub. The cyathia are yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia barnhartii 4-inch pots$15.00
This species is from a band in south Asia extending from India to Thailand, typically in forests. Usually a shrub, Euphorbia barnhartii is distinguished by its interesting stem architecture as well as its dark green, three-angled and winged stems. These rooted cuttings are in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia barnhartii 5-inch pots$20.00
This species is from a band in south Asia extending from India to Thailand, typically in forests. Usually a shrub, Euphorbia barnhartii is distinguished by its interesting stem architecture as well as its dark green, three-angled and winged stems. These rooted cuttings are in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia baylissii 'mozambiquensis' 5-inch pots$14.00
We once sold this as "Euphorbia mozambiquensis," which is not a recognized species. That name indicates the original plants came from Mozambique. This species appears to be a more-robust form of another species from Mozambique, E. baylissii, albeit with more spines and more attractive stems. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia baylissii ‘mozambiquensis‘ 4-inch pots$10.00
We once sold this as "Euphorbia mozambiquensis," which is not a recognized species. That name indicates the original plants came from Mozambique. This species appears to be a more-robust form of another species from Mozambique, E. baylissii, albeit with more spines and more attractive stems. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia baylissii 5-inch pots$10.00
From Mozambique, this shrubby species has four-angled branches with a lateral light stripe. The stems are a uniform pinkish-gray color and have very few spines. The cyathia are a reddish purple. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia beharensis var. guillemetii 4-inch pots$8.00
This sprawling shrub, from southwestern Madagascar, has dark brow-green leaves that are sparsely arranged along the spiny branches. The cyathia are small and dirty yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia beharensis var. guillemetii 5-inch pots$10.00
This sprawling shrub, from southwestern Madagascar, has dark brow-green leaves that are sparsely arranged along the spiny branches. The cyathia are small and dirty yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia beharensis var. guillemetii 8-inch pots$35.00
This sprawling shrub, from southwestern Madagascar, has dark brow-green leaves that are sparsely arranged along the spiny branches. The cyathia are small and dirty yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in 6-inch pots.
Euphorbia beharensis var. guillemetii one-gallon pots$15.00
This sprawling shrub, from southwestern Madagascar, has dark brow-green leaves that are sparsely arranged along the spiny branches. The cyathia are small and dirty yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia berorohae 4-inch pots$12.00
This species is from southern Madagascar. This low shrub has a thin, slightly succulent trunk with little green leaves. The cyathia are bright green. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia berorohae 5-inch pots$15.00
This species is from southern Madagascar. This low shrub has a thin, slightly succulent trunk with little green leaves. The cyathia are bright green. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia bongolavensis one-gallon pots$18.00
From northwestern Madagascar, this succulent subshrub has spineless branches bearing numerous branchlets from nodes. The leaves are generally large and have reddish highlights near the petioles. The cyathia are small and yellow. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia boranensis (spiny form) 4-inch pots$8.00
From the Sidamo Region of Ethiopia, and extending into northeastern Kenya, this species tends to occur on rocky limestone hills. This sparsely branched shrub has green, four-angled branches and yellow cyathia. The relatively small stems have a very nice pattern of variegation, which makes this species distinctive. This form has some rather fierce spination as well. These rooted cuttings are in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia boranensis (spiny form) 5-inch pots$10.00
From the Sidamo Region of Ethiopia, and extending into northeastern Kenya, this species tends to occur on rocky limestone hills. This sparsely branched shrub has green, four-angled branches and yellow cyathia. The relatively small stems have a very nice pattern of variegation, which makes this species distinctive. This form has some rather fierce spination as well. These rooted cuttings are in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia boranensis (spiny form) one-gallon pots$12.00
From the Sidamo Region of Ethiopia, and extending into northeastern Kenya, this species tends to occur on rocky limestone hills. This sparsely branched shrub has green, four-angled branches and yellow cyathia. The relatively small stems have a very nice pattern of variegation, which makes this species distinctive. This form has some rather fierce spination as well. These rooted cuttings are in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia boranensis 2-inch pots$5.00
From the Sidamo Region of Ethiopia, and extending into northeastern Kenya, this species tends to occur on rocky limestone hills. This sparsely branched shrub has green, four-angled branches and yellow cyathia. The relatively small stems have a very nice pattern of variegation, which makes this species distinctive. These rooted cuttings are in 2-inch pots.
Euphorbia boranensis 4-inch pots$10.00
From the Sidamo Region of Ethiopia, and extending into northeastern Kenya, this species tends to occur on rocky limestone hills. This sparsely branched shrub has green, four-angled branches and yellow cyathia. The relatively small stems have a very nice pattern of variegation, which makes this species distinctive. These rooted cuttings are in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia boranensis 5-inch pots$12.00
From the Sidamo Region of Ethiopia, and extending into northeastern Kenya, this species tends to occur on rocky limestone hills. This sparsely branched shrub has green, four-angled branches and yellow cyathia. The relatively small stems have a very nice pattern of variegation, which makes this species distinctive. These rooted cuttings are in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia boranensis one-gallon pots$15.00
From the Sidamo Region of Ethiopia, and extending into northeastern Kenya, this species tends to occur on rocky limestone hills. This sparsely branched shrub has green, four-angled branches and yellow cyathia. The relatively small stems have a very nice pattern of variegation, which makes this species distinctive. These rooted cuttings are in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia bothae 5-inch pots$10.00
This plant is thought to be part of a hybrid swarm from the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. The sires could range from E. caerulescens to E. triangularis, creating what is described as an "untidily branching shrub." These are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia bothae one-gallon pots$15.00
This plant is thought to be part of a hybrid swarm from the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. The sires could range from E. caerulescens to E. triangularis, creating what is described as an "untidily branching shrub." These are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia bougheyi 4-inch pots$10.00
From the coastal plain of Mozambique, this tree Euphorbia is interesting because of the wavy, bright green branches that are 2- to 3-angled. The spines are small but sharp, and the cyathia are yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia bougheyi 5-inch pots$12.00
From the coastal plain of Mozambique, this tree Euphorbia is interesting because of the wavy, bright green branches that are 2- to 3-angled. The spines are small but sharp, and the cyathia are yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia bougheyi one-gallon pots$20.00
From the coastal plain of Mozambique, this tree Euphorbia is interesting because of the wavy, bright green branches that are 2- to 3-angled. The spines are small but sharp, and the cyathia are yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia bougheyi variegate 5-inch pots$14.00
From the coastal plain of Mozambique, this tree Euphorbia is interesting because of the wavy, bright green branches that are 2- to 3-angled. This variegate form has yellow veins that stand out strikingly against the green background. The cyathia are yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia brakdamensis 2-inch pots$10.00
Closely related to E. filiflora, this species from the Northern Cape Province of South Africa is more cushion-forming and with more compact branches. The plants form large hemispherical cushions with time. These seedlings are in 2-inch pots.
Euphorbia brakdamensis 4-inch pots$18.00
Closely related to E. filiflora, this species from the Northern Cape Province of South Africa is more cushion-forming and with more compact branches. The plants form large hemispherical cushions with time. These seedlings are in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia breviarticulata 4-inch pots$40.00
A species with one of the most beautiful variegated markings on the stem, Euphorbia breviarticulata is from East Africa. Superficially resembling E. grandicornis, the brilliant stem markings, as well as the extremely long spines, distinguish this species immediately. This is a difficult species to grow, and we recommend potting in an extremely coarse mixture. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia brevitorta 2-inch pots$10.00
This small medusoid Euphorbia is rare though widely distributed in habitat in southern Kenya. Recently, the type locality was turned into a corn field and all the existing population was dug up for a botanical garden. The thin, light green branches are twisted and bear distributed, small spines. The cyathia are yellow. We have seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Euphorbia brevitorta 3-inch pots$12.00
This small medusoid Euphorbia is rare though widely distributed in habitat in southern Kenya. Recently, the type locality was turned into a corn field and all the existing population was dug up for a botanical garden. The thin, light green branches are twisted and bear distributed, small spines. The cyathia are yellow. We have seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Euphorbia brevitorta 4-inch pots$20.00
This small medusoid Euphorbia is rare though widely distributed in habitat in southern Kenya. Recently, the type locality was turned into a corn field and all the existing population was dug up for a botanical garden. The thin, light green branches are twisted and bear distributed, small spines. The cyathia are yellow. We have seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia brevitorta 5-inch pots$35.00
This small medusoid Euphorbia is rare though widely distributed in habitat in southern Kenya. Recently, the type locality was turned into a corn field and all the existing population was dug up for a botanical garden. The thin, light green branches are twisted and bear distributed, small spines. The cyathia are yellow. We have rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia brevitorta one-gallon pots$45.00
This small medusoid Euphorbia is rare though widely distributed in habitat in southern Kenya. Recently, the type locality was turned into a corn field and all the existing population was dug up for a botanical garden. The thin, light green branches are twisted and bear distributed, small spines. The cyathia are yellow. We have seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia bubalina 4-inch pots$8.00
From the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, this multibranched shrub has dark green oblancheolate leaves. Clearly related to E. clava, it produces large green cyathia on relatively long, forking peduncles. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia bubalina 5-inch pots$10.00
From the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, this multibranched shrub has dark green oblancheolate leaves. Clearly related to E. clava, it produces large green cyathia on relatively long, forking peduncles. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia bubalina one-gallon pots$15.00
From the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, this multibranched shrub has dark green oblancheolate leaves. Clearly related to E. clava, it produces large green cyathia on relatively long, forking peduncles. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia bupleurifolia 4-inch pots$10.00
From the southern provinces of South Africa, this dioecious species has a whorl of green leaves arising from a woody trunk. The pretty greenish-yellow flowers make this species very attractive much of the growing season. We offer seedlings of the "Pineapple Euphorb" in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia burmannii 4-inch pots$8.00
This shrub, with its reed-like yellow green branches, is uncommon by widely distributed in the southwestern parts of South Africa. It resembles Euphorbia mauritanica, but it is a dioecious species with relatively large yellow cyathia. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia buruana 3-inch pots$8.00
Euphorbia buruana, from southeastern Kenya and northern Tanzania, is a caudiciform that puts out long, flexible branches. In the wild, these may be around 2-feet long, but our stock plant has numerous branches 8-feet long hanging from the pot. This form makes this plant an excellent candidate for a hanging pot culture. The branches are nicely variegated in green and yellow. The cyathia are yellow and quite pretty. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Euphorbia buruana 4-inch pots$8.00
Euphorbia buruana, from southeastern Kenya and northern Tanzania, is a caudiciform that puts out long, flexible branches. In the wild, these may be around 2-feet long, but our stock plant has numerous branches 8-feet long hanging from the pot. This form makes this plant an excellent candidate for a hanging pot culture. The branches are nicely variegated in green and yellow. The cyathia are yellow and quite pretty. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia buruana 8-inch hanging pots$35.00
Euphorbia buruana, from southeastern Kenya and northern Tanzania, is a caudiciform that puts out long, flexible branches. In the wild, these may be around 2-feet long, but our stock plant has numerous branches 8-feet long hanging from the pot. This form makes this plant an excellent candidate for a hanging pot culture. The branches are nicely variegated in green and yellow. The cyathia are yellow and quite pretty. These plants are rooted cuttings in 8-inch hanging pots.
Euphorbia bussei var. bussei 5-inch pots$10.00
Euphorbia bussei is a candelabra-like tree from eastern Tanzania. The branches are green, multi-angled, and have short spines on the margins. These plants tend towards forming crests. We offer rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia bussei var. bussei one-gallon pots$15.00
Euphorbia bussei is a candelabra-like tree from eastern Tanzania. The branches are green, multi-angled, and have short spines on the margins. These plants tend towards forming crests. We offer rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia bussei var. kibwezensis (crest) 8-inch pots$45.00
Euphorbia bussei var. kibwezensis is a candelabra-like tree from southeastern Kenya and northeastern Tanzania, where it grows on rocky slopes. The branches are green, 4-angled, and have short spines on the margins. These plants have already formed crests and are rooted cuttings in 8-inch pots.
Euphorbia bussei var. kibwezensis (crest) one-gallon pots$35.00
Euphorbia bussei var. kibwezensis is a candelabra-like tree from southeastern Kenya and northeastern Tanzania, where it grows on rocky slopes. The branches are green, 4-angled, and have short spines on the margins. These plants have already formed crests and are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia bussei var. kibwezensis one-gallon pots$20.00
Euphorbia bussei var. kibwezensis is a candelabra-like tree from southeastern Kenya and northeastern Tanzania, where it grows on rocky slopes. The branches are green, 4-angled, and have short spines on the margins. These plants tend towards forming crests. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia cactus 8-inch pots$30.00
From the southern Arabian Peninsula, particularly Yemen and Oman, and Sudan and Eritrea, this species forms a large-stemmed shrub that dominates hillsides. The branches are 3-5 angled with a horny, spiny margin. The cyathia are yellow. We offer rooted cuttings of this species in 8-inch pots.
Euphorbia cactus one-gallon pots$20.00
From the southern Arabian Peninsula, particularly Yemen and Oman, and Sudan and Eritrea, this species forms a large-stemmed shrub that dominates hillsides. The branches are 3-5 angled with a horny, spiny margin. The cyathia are yellow. We offer rooted cuttings of this species in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia cactus var. tortirama 4-inch pots$25.00
From the southern Arabian Peninsula and northeastern Africa, this species forms a large-stemmed shrub that dominates hillsides. The branches are 3-5 angled with a horny, spiny margin. The cyathia are yellow. Variety tortirama occurs in southwestern Yemen and has a spiral arrangement of stems and tubercles. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia cactus var. tortirama 5-inch pots$25.00
From the southern Arabian Peninsula and northeastern Africa, this species forms a large-stemmed shrub that dominates hillsides. The branches are 3-5 angled with a horny, spiny margin. The cyathia are yellow. Variety tortirama occurs in southwestern Yemen and has a spiral arrangement of stems and tubercles. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia caducifolia 4-inch pots$20.00
This species is from the region spanned by India and Pakistan. A large shrub that branches from the base, the stems are round, light green in color, and have small black spines that are widely spaced. Relatively large leaves are produced seasonally on the tips of the branches. The cyathia are a light red that strongly contrasts with the branch color. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia caducifolia 5-inch pots$20.00
This species is from the region spanned by India and Pakistan. A large shrub that branches from the base, the stems are round, light green in color, and have small black spines that are widely spaced. Relatively large leaves are produced seasonally on the tips of the branches. The cyathia are a light red that strongly contrasts with the branch color. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia caducifolia one-gallon pots$30.00
This species is from the region spanned by India and Pakistan. A large shrub that branches from the base, the stems are round, light green in color, and have small black spines that are widely spaced. Relatively large leaves are produced seasonally on the tips of the branches. The cyathia are a light red that strongly contrasts with the branch color. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia caerulescens 3-gallon pots$40.00
This columnar shrub occurs in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. The 4-6 angled branches are grey-green and bear yellow cyathia. This species is moderately frost tolerant, sustaining edge damage at 25F and severe tip damage at 20F. These plants are rooted cuttings in 3-gallon pots.
Euphorbia caerulescens 5-gallon pots$45.00
This columnar shrub occurs in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. The 4-6 angled branches are grey-green and bear yellow cyathia. This species is moderately frost tolerant, sustaining edge damage at 25F and severe tip damage at 20F. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-gallon pots.
Euphorbia caerulescens one-gallon pots$15.00
This columnar shrub occurs in the Eastern Cape Province of the Republic of South Africa. The 4-6 angled branches are grey-green and bear yellow cyathia. This species is moderately frost tolerant, sustaining edge damage at 25F and severe tip damage at 20F. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia canariensis 2-gallon pots$50.00
From the Canary Islands (hence the name), this species forms dense stands of shrubs with 4-6 angled branches. The species typically is recognized by the non-variegated, dark green flutes and the ribs lined with small red-black spines. The cyathia are dark red. These plants are rooted cuttings in 2-gallon pots.
Euphorbia canariensis 2-inch pots$6.00
From the Canary Islands (hence the name), this species forms dense stands of shrubs with 4-6 angled branches. The species typically is recognized by the non-variegated, dark green flutes and the ribs lined with small red-black spines. The cyathia are dark red. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Euphorbia canariensis 4-inch pots$9.00
From the Canary Islands (hence the name), this species forms dense stands of shrubs with 4-6 angled branches. The species typically is recognized by the non-variegated, dark green flutes and the ribs lined with small red-black spines. The cyathia are dark red. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia canariensis one-gallon pots$30.00
From the Canary Islands (hence the name), this species forms dense stands of shrubs with 4-6 angled branches. The species typically is recognized by the non-variegated, dark green flutes and the ribs lined with small red-black spines. The cyathia are dark red. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia candelabrum 4-inch pots$8.00
Euphorbia candelabrum is the classic candelabrum tree of East Africa. With its widespread occurrence, notably in Kenya and Tanzania, this plant is in some ways the iconic Euphorbia of the continent. We offer seedlings of this species in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia candelabrum 5-inch pots$10.00
Euphorbia candelabrum is the classic candelabrum tree of East Africa. With its widespread occurrence, notably in Kenya and Tanzania, this plant is in some ways the iconic Euphorbia of the continent. We offer seedlings of this species in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia candelabrum one-gallon pots$15.00
Euphorbia stellispina 4-inch pots
Euphorbia capmanambatoensis 4-inch pots$20.00
This short shrubby Euphorbia is from coastal northeastern Madagascar. The roughly eight-angled stem produces numerous branches bearing bluish-green, round leaves with reddish petioles. The cyathia are small and yellow. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia capmanambatoensis 5-inch pots$25.00
This short shrubby Euphorbia is from coastal northeastern Madagascar. The roughly eight-angled stem produces numerous branches bearing bluish-green, round leaves with reddish petioles. The cyathia are small and yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia capsaintemariensis 4-inch pots$12.00
Another of the Madagascan miniatures related to Euphorbia decaryi, this species has a large tuberous root that protrudes above ground level. Many rebranching stems arise from that tuberous root, and the branches are attractively marked by leaf scars. The wavy-edged, narrow leaves occur in a terminal rosette, lending the appearance of a small tree. These are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia capsaintemariensis 5-inch pots$25.00
Another of the Madagascan miniatures related to Euphorbia decaryi, this species has a large tuberous root that protrudes above ground level. Many rebranching stems arise from that tuberous root, and the branches are attractively marked by leaf scars. The wavy-edged, narrow leaves occur in a terminal rosette, lending the appearance of a small tree. These are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia capsaintemariensis one-gallon pots$30.00
Another of the Madagascan miniatures related to Euphorbia decaryi, this species has a large tuberous root that protrudes above ground level. Many rebranching stems arise from that tuberous root, and the branches are attractively marked by leaf scars. The wavy-edged, narrow leaves occur in a terminal rosette, lending the appearance of a small tree. These are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia capuronii 5-inch pots$15.00
This small, densely branched shrub is from Madagascar. The spiny branches are tipped with small green leaves, and the cyathia are yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia capuronii one-gallon pots$20.00
This small, densely branched shrub is from Madagascar. The spiny branches are tipped with small green leaves, and the cyathia are yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia caput-medusae 4-inch pots$9.00
This species, from the Western Cape Province of South Africa, is difficult to find in the trade, because other species, mostly E. flanaganii, are sold under this name. The true E. caput-medusae is a medusoid species with finger-like stems up to about an inch in diameter radiating upwards from the base. The cyathia are green with white processes. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia caput-medusae 5-inch pots$12.00
This species, from the Western Cape Province of South Africa, is difficult to find in the trade, because other species, mostly E. flanaganii, are sold under this name. The true E. caput-medusae is a medusoid species with finger-like stems up to about an inch in diameter radiating upwards from the base. The cyathia are green with white processes. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia caput-medusae one-gallon pots$25.00
This species, from the Western Cape Province of South Africa, is difficult to find in the trade, because other species, mostly E. flanaganii, are sold under this name. The true E. caput-medusae is a medusoid species with finger-like stems up to about an inch in diameter radiating upwards from the base. The cyathia are green with white processes. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia carteriana 4-inch pots$12.00
From the Southern Province of Somalia, this shrubby Euphorbia, with its stout, three-angled stems with spines on a horny margin. The cyathia are yellow. We offer rooted cuttings of this species in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia carteriana 5-inch pots$15.00
From the Southern Province of Somalia, this shrubby Euphorbia, with its stout, three-angled stems with spines on a horny margin. The cyathia are yellow. We offer rooted cuttings of this species in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia carteriana one-gallon pots$18.00
From the Southern Province of Somalia, this shrubby Euphorbia, with its stout, three-angled stems with spines on a horny margin. The cyathia are yellow. We offer rooted cuttings of this species in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia cattimandoo 4-inch pots$25.00
From coastal regions of India, this tree seems to us to be related to Euphorbia antiquorum, also from India. It is a densely branched short tree with yellow-green epidermis and rounded to deeply winged branches. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia ceroderma 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is from Baja California, Mexico. Euphorbia ceroderma grows along the Pacific coast in extremely arid settings, primarily in fine-grained bottomlands. It is an unarmed yellow-green shrub with insignificant leaves. The cyathia are yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia ceroderma one-gallon pots$15.00
This species is from Baja California, Mexico. Euphorbia ceroderma grows along the Pacific coast in extremely arid settings, primarily in fine-grained bottomlands. It is an unarmed yellow-green shrub with insignificant leaves. The cyathia are yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia clandestina 2-inch pots$5.00
From the Klein Karoo of the Western Cape Province of South Africa, this species has a single, upright succulent stem bearing linear leaves near the apex. Woody peduncles persist on the stems, giving the appearance of long spines. This species is related to Euphorbia clava. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Euphorbia clandestina 3-inch pots$6.00
From the Klein Karoo of the Western Cape Province, South Africa, this species has a single, upright succulent stem bearing linear leaves near the apex. Woody peduncles persist on the stems, giving the appearance of long spines. This species is related to Euphorbia clava. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Euphorbia clandestina 4-inch pots$10.00
From the Klein Karoo of the Western Cape Province of South Africa, this species has a single, upright succulent stem bearing linear leaves near the apex. Woody peduncles persist on the stems, giving the appearance of long spines. This species is related to Euphorbia clava. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia clandestina 5-inch pots$12.00
From the Klein Karoo of the Western Cape Province of South Africa, this species has a single, upright succulent stem bearing linear leaves near the apex. Woody peduncles persist on the stems, giving the appearance of long spines. This species is related to Euphorbia clava. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia classenii one-gallon pots$15.00
From the Teita District of northern Kenya, this densely branched and densely spined shrub has very nice 6-8 angled bright green stems. The cyathia are yellow. We offer rooted cuttings of this species in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia clava 2-inch pots$6.00
From the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, this species has a single, upright succulent stem. Linear leaves appear on the new growth of this spineless, but old woody peduncles persist on the stems, giving the appearance of long spines. This species is related to Euphorbia bupleurifolia. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Euphorbia clava 4-inch pots$10.00
From the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, this species has a single, upright succulent stem. Linear leaves appear on the new growth of this spineless, but old woody peduncles persist on the stems, giving the appearance of long spines. This species is related to Euphorbia bupleurifolia. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia clava 5-inch pots$12.00
From the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, this species has a single, upright succulent stem. Linear leaves appear on the new growth of this spineless, but old woody peduncles persist on the stems, giving the appearance of long spines. This species is related to Euphorbia bupleurifolia. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia clavigera 2-inch pots$8.00
This species is from Swaziland, Mozambique, and Mpumalanga Province of South Africa. This small species has numerous 3-angled branches arising from a tuberous rootstock. The branches are very spiny and bear significant variegation along the stems. The cyathia are yellow-green. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Euphorbia clavigera 3-inch pots$10.00
This species is from Swaziland, Mozambique, and Mpumalanga Province of South Africa. This small species has numerous 3-angled branches arising from a tuberous rootstock. The branches are very spiny and bear significant variegation along the stems. The cyathia are yellow-green. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Euphorbia clavigera 4-inch pots$14.00
This species is from Swaziland, Mozambique, and Mpumalanga Province of South Africa. This small species has numerous 3-angled branches arising from a tuberous rootstock. The branches are very spiny and bear significant variegation along the stems. The cyathia are yellow-green. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia clavigera 5-inch pots$18.00
This species is from Swaziland, Mozambique, and Mpumalanga Province of South Africa. This small species has numerous 3-angled branches arising from a tuberous rootstock. The branches are very spiny and bear significant variegation along the stems. The cyathia are yellow-green. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia clivicola 4-inch pots$12.00
From the Northern Province of South Africa, this tufted dwarf species forms clumps or mats of short cylindrical stems with few remote spines. The cyathia are yellow. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia clivicola one-gallon pots$30.00
From the Northern Province of South Africa, this tufted dwarf species forms clumps or mats of short cylindrical stems with few remote spines. The cyathia are yellow. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia colliculina 2-inch pots$6.00
This medusoid Euphorbia is from the Western Cape Province of South Africa. The branches tend to spread erratically, unlike some of the other, more regularly branched species. The cyathia are yellow and clustered at the tips of the branches. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Euphorbia colliculina 3-inch pots$8.00
This medusoid Euphorbia is from the Western Cape Province of South Africa. The branches tend to spread erratically, unlike some of the other, more regularly branched species. The cyathia are yellow and clustered at the tips of the branches. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Euphorbia colliculina 4-inch pots$10.00
This medusoid Euphorbia is from the Western Cape Province of South Africa. The branches tend to spread erratically, unlike some of the other, more regularly branched species. The cyathia are yellow and clustered at the tips of the branches. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia colliculina 5-inch pots$15.00
This medusoid Euphorbia is from the Western Cape Province of South Africa. The branches tend to spread erratically, unlike some of the other, more regularly branched species. The cyathia are yellow and clustered at the tips of the branches. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia colubrina 4-inch pots$8.00
This species is restricted to the northeastern corner of Kenya, lapping into southern Ethiopia. This spiny shrub has relatively thin 4-angled stems with longitudinal yellow-green stripes. These stems tend to be sprawling with widely dispersed, long-brown spines. The cyathia are simple and brownish yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia colubrina 5-inch pots$10.00
This species is restricted to the northeastern corner of Kenya, lapping into southern Ethiopia. This spiny shrub has relatively thin 4-angled stems with longitudinal yellow-green stripes. These stems tend to be sprawling with widely dispersed, long-brown spines. The cyathia are simple and brownish yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia colubrina one-gallon pots$15.00
This species is restricted to the northeastern corner of Kenya, lapping into southern Ethiopia. This spiny shrub has relatively thin 4-angled stems with longitudinal yellow-green stripes. These stems tend to be sprawling with widely dispersed, long-brown spines. The cyathia are simple and brownish yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia complexa 4-inch pots$8.00
This species, from Mpumalanga Province of South Africa, is a densely branched shrub with four-angled branches that are very spiny. The cyathia are dirty yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia complexa 5-inch pots$10.00
This species, from Mpumalanga of South Africa, is a densely branched shrub with four-angled branches that are very spiny. The cyathia are dirty yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia confinalis ssp. confinalis 5-inch pots$12.00
From South Africa, Mozambique, and Zimbabwe, this tree has gracefully upward sweeping, 3-5 angled stems. These are rooted cuttings that fit into 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia cooperi var. cooperi 3-inch pots$8.00
Distributed from Zimbabwe south into KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa, this tree Euphorbia is very nice for its graceful, up-curving branches at maturity. The branches have undulating constrictions that look like waves, and the spines are quite small and inconspicuous at maturity. The cyathia are yellow. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Euphorbia cooperi var. cooperi 4-inch pots$10.00
Distributed from Zimbabwe south into KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa, this tree Euphorbia is very nice for its graceful, up-curving branches at maturity. The branches have undulating constrictions that look like waves, and the spines are quite small and inconspicuous at maturity. The cyathia are yellow. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia cooperi var. cooperi 5-inch pots$15.00
Distributed from Zimbabwe south into KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa, this tree Euphorbia is very nice for its graceful, up-curving branches at maturity. The branches have undulating constrictions that look like waves, and the spines are quite small and inconspicuous at maturity. The cyathia are yellow. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia cooperi var. graniticola 5-inch pots$10.00
Distributed from Zimbabwe south into KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa, this tree Euphorbia is very nice for its graceful, up-curving branches at maturity. The branches have undulating constrictions that look like waves, and the spines are quite small and inconspicuous at maturity. The cyathia are yellow. This subspecies is not generally recognized and the plants are found on granite. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia cooperi var. graniticola one-gallon pots$20.00
Distributed from Zimbabwe south into KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa, this tree Euphorbia is very nice for its graceful, up-curving branches at maturity. The branches have undulating constrictions that look like waves, and the spines are quite small and inconspicuous at maturity. The cyathia are yellow. This subspecies is not generally recognized and the plants are found on granite. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia cremersii hybrid one-gallon pots$20.00
Euphorbia cremersii is a rare geophytic succulent from Madagascar. These hybrids were produced by Nathan Wong from Hawaii. This shrubby hybrid consist of lightly spined branches with numerous green leaves that could/should have the blotchy red color of the typical species. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia croizatii (color form) 4-inch pots$12.00
From Madagascar, this shrubby Euphorbia, related to E. milii, has spiny stems and brown, pubescent leaves. What makes this form special are the cyathia, which are red-green with purple highlights and an overall wild appearance. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia croizatii (color form) 5-inch pots$15.00
From Madagascar, this shrubby Euphorbia, related to E. milii, has spiny stems and brown, pubescent leaves. What makes this form special are the cyathia, which are red-green with purple highlights and an overall wild appearance. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia croizatii (color form) one-gallon pots$20.00
From Madagascar, this shrubby Euphorbia, related to E. milii, has spiny stems and brown, pubescent leaves. What makes this form special are the cyathia, which are red-green with purple highlights and an overall wild appearance. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia croizatii 5-inch pots$12.00
From Madagascar, this shrubby Euphorbia, related to E. milii, has spiny stems and brown, pubescent leaves. The cyathia are green with purple highlights. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia croizatii one-gallon pots$15.00
From Madagascar, this shrubby Euphorbia, related to E. milii, has spiny stems and brown, pubescent leaves. The cyathia are green with purple highlights. These plants are seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia cryptospinosa 4-inch pots$8.00
From northern Kenya, this species puts up thin, hard branches with very tiny spines from a small caudex. Most of the year, this plant is not much to look at. But when it blooms, with bright red to crimson cyathia, it is a major sight to see in a greenhouse. We offer rooted cuttings of this species in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia cryptospinosa 5-inch pots$10.00
From northern Kenya, this species puts up thin, hard branches with very tiny spines from a small caudex. Most of the year, this plant is not much to look at. But when it blooms, with bright red to crimson cyathia, it is a major sight to see in a greenhouse. We offer rooted cuttings of this species in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia cumulata 4-inch pots$8.00
From the Western Cape Province of South Africa, this species is similar to the more commonly available E. mammillaris. This dioecious species forms small spiny clumps. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia cumulata 5-inch pots$10.00
From the Western Cape Province of South Africa, this species is similar to the more commonly available E. mammillaris. This dioecious species forms small spiny clumps. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia cumulata one-gallon pots$15.00
From the Western Cape Province of South Africa, this species is similar to the more commonly available E. mammillaris. This dioecious species forms small spiny clumps. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia cuneata var. spinescens 2-inch pots$15.00
This species is a short tree Euphorbia that has no spines, irrespective of what the subspecies name implies. Widely distributed from Yemen to the Sudan and southwards into Tanzania, subspecies spinescens occurs in Tanzania. It has a tuberous root system that, when raised, makes a nice caudiciform. The branches bear small lanceolate green leaves and yellow cyathia. These plants are seedlings in 2-inch pots.
Euphorbia cuneata var. spinescens 4-inch pots$25.00
This species is a short tree Euphorbia that has no spines, irrespective of what the subspecies name implies. Widely distributed from Yemen to the Sudan and southwards into Tanzania, subspecies spinescens occurs in Tanzania. It has a tuberous root system that, when raised, makes a nice caudiciform. The branches bear small lanceolate green leaves and yellow cyathia. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia cuneata var. spinescens 5-inch pots$30.00
This species is a short tree Euphorbia that has no spines, irrespective of what the subspecies name implies. Widely distributed from Yemen to the Sudan and southwards into Tanzania, subspecies spinescens occurs in Tanzania. It has a tuberous root system that, when raised, makes a nice caudiciform. The branches bear small lanceolate green leaves and yellow cyathia. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia cuprispina 4-inch pots$8.00
As name implies, the spines on this shrubby euphorbia are copper-colored. This is one of the most beautiful of the spiny Euphorbias. It is native to the Northern Frontier Province of Kenya. These plants are rooted cuttings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia cuprispina 5-inch pots$15.00
As name implies, the spines on this shrubby Euphorbia are copper-colored. This is one of the most beautiful of the spiny Euphorbias. It is native to the Northern Frontier Province of Kenya. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia cuprispina one-gallon pots$20.00
As name implies, the spines on this shrubby euphorbia are copper-colored. This is one of the most beautiful of the spiny Euphorbias. It is native to the Northern Frontier Province of Kenya. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia curvirama 3-inch pots$6.00
This tree Euphorbia is from the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. It has a sparse crown of 3-5 angled branches with small spines. The cyathia are yellow. These plants are seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Euphorbia curvirama 4-inch pots$8.00
This tree Euphorbia is from the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. It has a sparse crown of 3-5 angled branches with small spines. The cyathia are yellow. These plants are seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia curvirama 5-inch pots$10.00
This tree Euphorbia is from the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa. It has a sparse crown of 3-5 angled branches with small spines. The cyathia are yellow. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia cussoniodes 5-inch pots$20.00
This is an extremely rare species from southern Kenya, possibly the largest Euphorbia in the wild. There may be less than 5 individuals left in the wild. It has 3-5 angled branches and is unarmed. The cyathia are yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia cussoniodes one-gallon pots$30.00
This is an extremely rare species from southern Kenya, possibly the largest Euphorbia in the wild. There may be less than 5 individuals left in the wild. It has 3-5 angled branches and is unarmed. The cyathia are yellow. These plants are rooted cuttings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia cylindrifolia ssp. cylindrifolia 3-inch pots$7.00
Another dwarf species from Madagascar, this subspecies has no caudex, a tangled root system reminiscent of E. decaryi, and short branches that are tipped with thin, cylindrical leaves. The species probably is pollinated by ants. We offer rooted offsets in 3-inch pots.
Euphorbia cylindrifolia ssp. cylindrifolia 4-inch pots$9.00
Another dwarf species from Madagascar, this subspecies has no caudex, a tangled root system reminiscent of E. decaryi, and short branches that are tipped with thin, cylindrical leaves. The species probably is pollinated by ants. We offer rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia cylindrifolia ssp. cylindrifolia 5-inch pots$11.00
Another dwarf species from Madagascar, this subspecies has no caudex, a tangled root system reminiscent of E. decaryi, and short branches that are tipped with thin, cylindrical leaves. The species probably is pollinated by ants. We offer rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia cylindrifolia ssp. tuberifera 3-inch pots$10.00
Another dwarf species from Madagascar, this subspecies has a great spherical caudex and short branches that are tipped with thin, cylindrical leaves. The species probably is pollinated by ants. We offer seedlings in 3-inch pots.
Euphorbia cylindrifolia ssp. tuberifera 4-inch pots$16.00
Another dwarf species from Madagascar, this subspecies has a great spherical caudex and short branches that are tipped with thin, cylindrical leaves. The species probably is pollinated by ants. We offer seedlings in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia cylindrifolia ssp. tuberifera 5-inch pots$40.00
Another dwarf species from Madagascar, this subspecies has a great spherical caudex and short branches that are tipped with thin, cylindrical leaves. The species probably is pollinated by ants. We offer seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia cylindrifolia ssp. tuberifera 6-inch pots$65.00
Another dwarf species from Madagascar, this subspecies has a great spherical caudex and short branches that are tipped with thin, cylindrical leaves. The species probably is pollinated by ants. We offer seedlings in 6-inch pots.
Euphorbia cylindrifolia ssp. tuberifera one-gallon pots$60.00
Another dwarf species from Madagascar, this subspecies has a great spherical caudex and short branches that are tipped with thin, cylindrical leaves. The species probably is pollinated by ants. We offer seedlings in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia cylindrifolia ssp. tuberifera x E. decaryi 5-inch pots$12.00
What do you get when you cross one dwarf species from Madagascar with another? Well, this hybrid has the thin, cylindrical leaves of E. cylindrifolia and long stems of E. decaryi. This is another interesting hybrid from Nathan Wong. We offer rooted cuttings of this hybrid in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia cylindrifolia ssp. tuberifera x E. decaryi one-gallon$15.00
This hybrid has the leaves of E. cylindrifolia and long stems of E. decaryi. This is another interesting hybrid from Nathan Wong. We offer rooted cuttings of this hybrid in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia damarana 5-inch pots$10.00
From Damaraland (hence the epithet) in Namibia, this species is part of the non-spiny shrub complex that includes E. gregaria, E. dregeana, E. gummifera, and E. gariepina. It is distinguished by its extremely large seed capsules that are far larger than any other species in this group. This large shrub reputedly serves as fodder and bedding for rhinos. These plants are seedlings in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia dauana 4-inch pots$15.00
From the Northern Frontier Province of Kenya, this shrubby Euphorbia is only known from the type locality, a rocky limestone hill. The four-angled stems are blotched with yellow, and the cyathia are yellow. These rooted cuttings are in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia dauana 5-inch pots$20.00
From the Northern Frontier Province of Kenya, this shrubby Euphorbia is only known from the type locality, a rocky limestone hill. The four-angled stems are blotched with yellow, and the cyathia are yellow. These rooted cuttings are in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia dauana one-gallon pots$25.00
From the Northern Frontier Province of Kenya, this shrubby Euphorbia is only known from the type locality, a rocky limestone hill. The four-angled stems are blotched with yellow, and the cyathia are yellow. These rooted cuttings are in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia debilispina (Leach 14143) 4-inch pots$8.00
From the Central Province of Zambia, this small shrub forms large clumps with 4-angled, yellow-gray branches arising from a diffuse root system. The spines are small and rather inconspicuous, and the cyathia are yellow. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia debilispina (Leach 14143) 5-inch pots$10.00
From the Central Province of Zambia, this small shrub forms large clumps with 4-angled, yellow-gray branches arising from a diffuse root system. The spines are small and rather inconspicuous, and the cyathia are yellow. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia debilispina (Leach 14143) one-gallon pots$15.00
From the Central Province of Zambia, this small shrub forms large clumps with 4-angled, yellow-gray branches arising from a diffuse root system. The spines are small and rather inconspicuous, and the cyathia are yellow. These plants are rooted offsets in one-gallon pots.
Euphorbia debilispina 4-inch pots$8.00
From the Central Province of Zambia, this small shrub forms large clumps with 4-angled, yellow-gray branches arising from a diffuse root system. The spines are small and rather inconspicuous, and the cyathia are yellow. These plants are rooted offsets in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia debilispina 5-inch pots$10.00
From the Central Province of Zambia, this small shrub forms large clumps with 4-angled, yellow-gray branches arising from a diffuse root system. The spines are small and rather inconspicuous, and the cyathia are yellow. These plants are rooted offsets in 5-inch pots.
Euphorbia decaryi (special clone) 4-inch pots$9.00
Another of the wonderful Madagascan dwarfs, this species has a spherical caudex with short branches and highly crisped, reddish brown leaves. The cyathia are a very pale pink color. This special clone tends to have wider leaves with a darker, more glossy color. We have rooted offsets of this species in 4-inch pots.
Euphorbia decaryi var. decaryi 3-inch pots$7.00
Another of the wonderful Madagascan dwarfs, this species has a spherical caudex with short branches and highly crisped, reddish brown leaves. The cyathia are a very pale pink color. We offer rooted offsets of this species in 3-inch pots.
Euphorbia decaryi var. decaryi 4-inch pots$9.00
Another of the wonderful Madagascan dwarfs, this species has a spherical caudex with short branches and highly crisped, reddish brown leaves. The cyathia are a very pale pink color. We