THE CACTUS MAN
AN OFFICIAL SOURCE FOR DOGTUFF™ TURF GRASS
An outstanding flowering cactus in the Echinocereus genus. This is a rare form with very short, sparse spines or no spines, 4-6 inches high by 12 inches plus in diameter. Forms multiple heads quickly. Hardy to zone 3. Scarlet flowers, edible red fruit. Sold in 2.5-inch pot. This variety tolerates quite a bit of shade.
A humble little plant from the Great Plains and foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Small plants that occasionally clump. Greenish-gold flowers at the base of the plant in May and June that smell like lemon cake!! Dry fruits. 4" high by 6" wide. Hardy to zone 3. Great in rock gardens and troughs. Sold in 2.5" pot
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Deep pink flowers in June on a beautiful, dwarf cushion, very choice. Plump, round pads. No spines, tiny glochids. 4" high by 18" wide. Zone 3. Excellent in outdoor containers. (Claude Barr selection, Canada?) Dry fruit. Sold as rooted, 2.5" potted plant.
A non-flowering, perpetual juvenile form. Snow white, short spines on small pads, 1" wide by 3" long. The tight, carpeting cushion is 3" high by 1 ft wide. Zone 3. Great in the rock garden or in troughs. Kelly Grummons collection from the Pawnee National Grasslands in eastern Colorado in 1990. Now sold as a rooted plant in a 2.5" pot.
Kelly's had this little gem on the stock plant table for years. He received it from a cactus collector who is long gone. Finally, the plant is big enough to share. We have it in 2.5" pots and they are adorable but "fragile" (brittle) as the name would suggest. These should be hardy to at least zone 3. This is from a woodland environment so ...
NEW! The Mongolian form of senescens selected by Denver horticulturist, Tom Peace. Extra-large flower heads to two inches across. Rather than the drab flowers of the species, Tom's Choice has very attractive lavender flowers in June and July. This large chive naturalizes in the garden and is a great pollinator plant. 15" high x 8" wide. Zo...
Intriguing blue-green SWIRLING foliage. It's like a low-profile cow's lick! This variety of Mongolian Chive always demands comment by garden visitors. Light pink, globe-shaped flower heads rise 6-8" above the foliage in June. 6-8" high x 12" wide. This is one of the VERY few Alliums that does not produce seed. Sun or part shade. Hardy to z...
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