THE CACTUS MAN
AN OFFICIAL SOURCE FOR DOGTUFF™ TURF GRASS
This delightful, serpent-like Patagonian cactus has marvelous little yellow flowers in ABUNDANCE in spring. The snake-like stems easily detach in the winter hoping to find a new home to start anew! The underground tuber grows new reptilian stems in the spring, shortly followed by the drifts of flowers. It's gorgeous in a tall pot with its gra...
The smallest of the genus, Tufted Ice Plant is barely 1/2 inch high and 6" wide. In zone 5 grow it in full sun in the rock garden or trough where it can catch a little shade in the heat of the afternoon. Brilliant magenta flowers completely obscure the blue, finger-like foliage in May. Very Choice. Zone 5. Sold in 2.5-inch pots.
Considered the hardiest of the "Joshua Tree"-type Yuccas. the short green leaves form beautiful rosettes. The tree begins branching at a relatively young age. Towering to six feet or more, the white flower trusses are spectacular. Considered hardy to at least zone 5. Thompson's Tree Yucca can get over 8 feet tall and 6 feet wide. It makes ...
RARE. This form of Plains Yucca is only found scarcely in Alberta and Saskatchewan, Canada. The typical, narrow green leaves are edged with thin white borders. The burgundy flower spikes open to be waxy, greenish-white flowers in June. This plant is considered threatened and endangered in Canada. 12-15" H x 24" W. Full sun. Zones 3-4. S...
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