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...
Aloe dental works
Gorgeous purply blue-green plant with reddish-orange teeth. Fairly compact plant that grows to about 5" to 6" in a pot. If planted outside in the ground it can grow up to 12". Pretty easy to grow and problem free. A beautiful Kelly Griffin aloe.
Rebutia Grandiflora var. yellow
A small classy dark green globular clumping species. Elegantly arranged spines. Produces several offsets and stays relatively compact. Blooms tons of bright yellow flowers in the summer. A nice addition to any collection. Great for a beginner grower.
Opuntia monacantha variegata
Commonly known as the variegated Joseph's coat. An odd shrubby or tree like cactus that grows with variegated or marbled coloring of creamy white, yellow, green and sometimes pink in its branches. One of the few natural occurring white cacti.
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.
Aloe hybrid lavender
An upright medium growing aloe, this plant forms clusters of rich dark green pointed leaves. Then textured leaves have raised bumps and dashes of lighter green and red with decorative almost reddish 'saw' teeth adorning the edges. Makes a beautiful show piece in your collection or by itself.
A smooth, shiny, green ball shaped cactus with yellowish whit spines. Spines are straight or slightly curved. Usually a solitaire plant but can slowly offset with age. Flowers are white to pale pink. This is a squatty shaped cactus is easy to grow and has a nice eye appeal.
This hybrid aloe from the Larry Weisel's "Fish Series" has green leaves with pink teeth. Grow in a loose rosette shape. A clumping variety which produces offsets around the base of the main plant. The more sun/bright light it gets the more red color it will have. An easy to grow plant with attractive color.
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.
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.
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 clustering, low growing variety named for the attractive dense white spines covering its green to grayish body. Freely produces flowers that are a beautiful purple-pink to pale magenta. A very pleasing and relatively quick growing plant.
A very attractive dark green globular shape stem with light green streaks through out its body. Curved spines are tan to dark brown with white tufts of hair showing up near the top of the cactus. New offsets will pop up around the base and the middle of the main stem. Make a great houseplant and easy to grow.
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.
Cleistocactus strausii (Silver Torch)
An upright, slender, grey-green stem densely covered with white spines. The stem can reach up to 10 feet tall and only about 2-1/2 inches in diameter. Older plants that are over 18 inches tall can produce deep red burgundy flowers.
Mammillaria decipiens ssp. camptotricha (Bird's Nest Cactus)
A small, flattish clumping cactus that is covered with long cylindrical tubercles. It is covered in white to yellowish long twisting spines. Small, delicate white flowers appear around the top. Produces lots of offsets and forms a dense cluster.
Mammillaria longimamma (Finger Cactus)
An easy species to grow that will form a large clump with age. This cactus has a fairly large tap root, therefore it needs a deep pot. Long finger like stems with a small amount of white wool on the ends. The flowers are a bright yellow and are quite large for this genus.