Echinocactus grusonii (Golden Barrel)
A slow, pale green barrel shaped stem with prominent ribs that has bright golden spines. Over time the golden barrel may become oblonged, which happens in its natural habitat. Easily grown in well drained soil in full sun or bright light. The golden barrel is primarily grown for its colorful spines, although it does have a yellow flower but vary rarely flowers when grown in a pot.
Echinocactus grusonii var. albispina
A single slow growing globe shaped stem that elongates with maturity. Pleasant green stem that forms deeply pronounced ribs as it ages. Albispina has numerous areoles with beautiful white radial spines. A must have for your collection!
A slow growing barrel type cacti that usually grows solitary. Straight, rigid spines are either black, brown or grey with brown tips. Globular to cylindrical shaped with grey-blue to yellowish-green in color. This cacti starts off with few ribs when young and increase with age. Flowers are yellow but are only seen on mature specimens.
Echinocactus Texensis (Horse Crippler)
The Horse Crippler is a barrel type cactus which is usually solitary. The stem's color can vary by the plants habitat from a pale grey-green to a grass green color. It is widely ribbed with strong spines. Then central spine is straight with 5 - 7 radial spines that are decurved. Blooms in late spring with pink flowers. Roots are not very developed, as the plant stores water in its parts above ground.
Echinocereus pentalophus (Lady Finger Cactus)
The Lady Finger forms multiple green finger like stems with stiff white or yellowish spines. Each stem has 3 - 8 ribs and can extend over 2 feet long at maturity. This cactus produces brilliant pink or magenta flowers in the spring. Prefers bright light.
Echinocereus pentalophus SB860
Formerly known as Echinocereus berlandieri SB860, this cactus forms many finger like stems around the main stem. Rich green stems grow upright with white stiff spines. The new spines have a pink to red tint. Plant form a nice clump with many offsets as it ages.
Echinocereus reichenbachii var. baileyi
This robust tough little cactus has cylindrical stems that grow to about 8 inches and 3-1/2 inches in diameter. The stems can be solitary of branch from the base. The pronounced ribs, numbering approximately 15 grows straight or sometimes form a spiral. You'll find the attractive radial spines can be white, yellow, reddish, coppery-brown or somewhat pink. Beautiful magenta flowers provide quite the show if the plant is provided an appropriate winter rest. Native to the USA (Oklahoma and Texas) this incredible cactus in usually problem free, cold and frost tolerant down to -30 Celsius for a short time. Although...
Echinopis chamaecereus 'Jubilee'
A hybrid of Echinopsis chamaecereus it is a little more compact that its parent plant. It's deep green chunky stems grow in an upright pattern that offsets freely forming it's won irregular shape. Easy to grow, it is a great bloomer with violet-red flowers.
A fast growing clumping species that is initially erect but tends to become prostrate. The spines vary in length and can range from red or brown to golden yellow. They can form a dense mound of long thick cylindrical stems. Produces a lovely red funnel shaped flowers in the summer. Easy to grow.
Echinopsis chamaecereus (Peanut Cactus)
This small slender popular, fairly quick growing cactus has very short white spines that branch to form a cluster of creeping pale green candle like stems. Remarkable funnel shaped flowers open in late spring or early summer varying in color from yellow to orange with some a mixture of both colors. An easily grown cactus, its best in wide pots or as a hanging basket.
Echinopsis crassicaulis 'Red Velvet'
Echinopsis Red Velvet is a relative low grower, only reaching 6" - 12" tall. Slow growing species that will form dark green offsets in time. Spines are short but very strong with a vivid red flower in spring to summer. The flower is relatively large in comparison the the plant size. This is a nice easy plant for beginners but also great for experienced growers.
Euphorbia bupleurifolia x susanne
Euphorbia bupleurifolia x susanne hybrid is a swarf plant. The bulbus caudex resembles that of a pineapple. Pups are produced from the main plant making it look like it grows in clusters. This adorable plant likes bright light, is easy to grow and will go great in your collection.
Euphorbia lactea 'Cristata Variegata'
Euhorbia lactea 'Cristata Variegats' (also know as the brain) is a small, slow-growing succulent with a stem composed of a continuous series of fan-shaped branches arranged in an alternating, undulating pattern. The stems range in color from white, yellow, and green to pink and violet. The paired spines are mainly located along the ridge of the crest. Place in a sunny window or put outside in the summer, but protect from the frost and too much rain. This euphorbia makes an interesting conversation piece and a nice addition to any collection.
Euphorbia mammillaris f. variegata
Easily recognized for its stem, which is subtle cream to frosty greenish-white with a splash of darker green. When temperatures are cold, stems become brushed with pink coloring on the tips. The stem grows upright with many club-like, lateral branches. A very easy grower with nice eye appeal coloring.
Euphorbia platyclada Deadwood
Euphorbia platyclada (Deadwood) is a highly unusual succulent with flattened, speckled, red-brown leafless stems. This wacky plant has a pinky brown color which become brighter in bright sunshine during the summer time. It is slow growing with an irregular growth pattern and branches freely. Branches are highly unique and interesting with 'fingers' on their ends. The plant does look dead hence its common name Euphorbia Deadwood. A great plant for both collectors and beginners. Euphorbia playtclada (Deadwood) is an easy plants to care for and likes bright light. Small yellow flowers appear on the ends of the branches throughout the...
Euphorbia Succulenta (Monadenium stapelioides)
This Monadenium produces many multicolored stems. The stem does tend to flop over and hang over the pot. Branching will usually occur around the base of the large fleshy root stock. Leaves are produced at the growing points but usually only last one year. The flowers are either white or light pink in color. Although the flowers are small but are showy when produced in large numbers.
An intriguing bright green euphorbia to add to your collection. A crazy looking succulent that mounds up to form a pile of bumpy, lime green stem segments. Susannae stays relatively compact reaching about 4" tall and 10" wide. Easy to grow, makes a great potted plant. When Euphorbias are damage they usually leak a whitish sap, known as latex. Latex can cause skin irritations if left on your skin.
Gasteria brachphylla var. bayeri
A very cute, small succulent. It has stiff, dark green leaves that are slightly textured with tiny spots of lighter green through out the leaf. This relatively quick grower offsets freely to form a cluster. Orangish-red flowers form on tall stalks in late spring-summer.
A charming, small, slow growing gasteria species that grows to about 4" inches tall. It has fat, stiff gray-green recurved slightly rough leaves. This plant readily offsets to form a round cluster up to about 8 inches - 12 inches. Flowers in the spring on a tall stalk sporting multiple dainty orangish-red flowers that are bulbous at the base and greenish brown at tips.