THE CACTUS MAN
AN OFFICIAL SOURCE FOR DOGTUFF™ TURF GRASS
Schott’s Century Plant is a beautiful, petite species. The deep green leaves are edged with white filaments. Each leaf is often one foot long. At maturity, Schott’s Century Plant can be up to 18” high x 24” wide. The flower stalks can be 9 feet in height. This strain is native to South Western New Mexico. Zone 6. It’s been known to survive in De...
A beautiful native of the SW US. Very spiny species with both white and brown spines. Forms large plants with numerous heads. 8-24" high and wide. Huge fuchsia flowers in May with prominent green stigmas form large, spiny fruit. Hardy to zone 6. Sold in a 2.5" pot.
Common Name: Strawberry Hedgehog Cactus
The Compact White Lace Cactus is one of the most beautiful of all the Lace Cactus varieties. The small-stemmed plant is cloaked in inwardly curved, snow-white spines. This small variety grows only 4-6 inches high and 4 inches wide. In June, large pink flowers crown the entire plant. From central Texas, minor is hardy in zones 5-6. Sold in 2.5” p...
The Rainbow Cactus is a beauty with prominent, terminal spines. Spines change color as they age, giving the plants variously colored "rings". Fuchsia flowers. 8" high x 15" wide. Zone 6. Sold in 2.5" pots.
The thin pads are quite spherical and up to 8" across. Single yellow flowers in June followed by juicy lavender fruit. 15" high by 36" wide. Zone 5/6. Collected by Al Frost in Oklahoma. Sold as unrooted cutting.
This Christmas Tree Cholla cactus has a very thin, twiggy stems in a mass of short-med spines. Green flowers followed by red fruit. 2-4 feet high and wide. Zone 5. This form from Davis Mountains, Texas (Heacock). Sold as 2.5" pot.
Plant this with OP118 Cylindropuntia leptocaulis (Long Spined Form) to provide good pollination. This will ensure...
This is considered the hardiest form of spinosior, The Cane Cholla. Sheathed in uniform white spines, this cholla is beautiful in form and in flower. Rose-pink flowers in June/July Discovered by Dr. Allan Taylor on Cook's Peak, NM. 3-4 ft H x 3-4 ft W. Zone 6. Sold in 2.5" pots.
Selected near Santa Fe, NM by Allan Taylor. Stems much redder in the winter than the species. It's a beautiful, robust variety that is more upright than other strains. 60" high by 72" wide. Zone 5. Sold as unrooted cutting.
The "Purple Prickly Pear" has large yellow, red-eyed flowers. The June flowers produce beautiful, large purple/red fruit. Long black spines along top of purplish pads. SW New Mexico. 18" high by 36" wide. Zone 6. Sold as unrooted cutting.
A nearly spineless shrubby cactus from Central Texas. Bright yellow flowers and large, red fruit. A nice clean look for the landscape. Zone 6. 24 inches high, 60 inches wide. Sold as unrooted cutting.
This Christmas Tree Cholla has a very thin, twiggy stems in a mass of one inch long shimmering golden spines. Green flowers followed by ABUNDANT red fruit. 2-4 feet high and wide. Zone 5. This form from Davis Mountains, Texas (Grummons). Sold as 2.5" pot.
Plant this with OP024 Cylindropuntia leptocaulis (Short Spined Form) to provide good poll...
This warty little gem is ideal for the crevice rock garden or as a potted plant on the windowsill. Sparkling yellow/apricot flowers in March/April are incredible! 2" high x 8" wide. Zone 6. Full sun, well-drained soil.
This wonderful and warty little iceplant has apricot flowers in April/May. This beautiful rock garden plant prefers moderate moisture, full sun but perhaps an eastern or northern location in the rockery to avoid southern winter sun. Plant it deep between rocks to offer the best protection. Stunning! 1.5" high x 8" wide. Full sun, zone 6 (zo...
This miniature form of Tiger's Jaws is a sweet addition to your trough or crevice garden. The precious little yellow flower buds open in the evening and entertain the night pollinators. At only 2" high and 6" wide, this is a true miniature. Zone 5/6, sun. Sold in 2.5" pot.
Known as South African Pig's Ear, this stunning hardy succulent has silver evergreen leaves. Plant it in the rock garden or in an outdoor trough or dish garden. This plant can also be grown indoors in the window sill or sunroom. Spikes topped with candelabras of green and orange bell-like blossoms in Spring are up to 8" high. Dollar sized le...
In cold climates, (zones 5 and 6) this stunning member of the ice plant family is comfortably nestled in the tight spaces between rocks in the crevice garden. The heat sink created by the stones keeps the soil temperatures in the safety range. The chubby, wedge-shaped dark green leaves form rosettes on a compact plant 3-4" high and 8-12" wide....
Santa Fe Form
The Banana Yucca from northern New Mexico has handsome, wide leaves up to 2-3 feet long. The plump fruit are edible in September. Showy white flowers on 3-4 foot high stalks. 30"H X 36"W. Zones 4-5. Sold in 2.5 inch pot.
The Texas Tuberose is a soft-leafed Agave relative of the southern and southeastern United States. The rich-green leaves are decorated with decorative maroon spots. This succulent prefers a bit more water than Agaves and Yuccas and will tolerate partial shade. Tolerant of wetter climates. The fragrant, green/beige flowers in summer are attrac...
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