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.
Shimmering, silvery-white, dense spines make this cholla practically glow in the dark! It will be the most spectacular specimen in your garden. Yellow flowers in June. 36" high by 60" wide. Zone 5. From Don Campbell in Grand Junction, CO. Sold as branched, rooted cutting in 2.5" pot or unrooted cuttings (when available.) Hardier than most Cholla...
The majestic Yucca Palms of West TX. Broad, 2" wide leaves are 2-3 feet long. This is the more northern zone 5 form which has snow resistant foliage and grows to 15 feet in height and 6 feet wide. Stunning white flowers in June. Sold at one year old in 2.5 inch pot.
This miniature Agave variety is an adorable gem from central AZ. Quite irresistible.The narrow green leaves are lined with white filaments. 6" H x 6"W. Hardy up to zone 5/6. Sold in 2.5 inch pots. Thrives in the crevice rock garden and can be grown as a windowsill houseplant also!
An apparent hybrid between basilaris or aurea with fragilis! The small, round, 2-3" wide pads have very short spines and are densely arranged. The petite, deep pinkish-red flowers in June are abundant. Beautiful in the rock garden or in containers. Opuntiad Dave Ferguson thinks it might be Opuntia polyacantha v. schweriniana ... still a mystery....
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 or unroote...
The Blue-Leaf Banana Yucca from SW Utah is a BEAUTIFUL Yucca. The distinctly upright, very blue leaves have white filaments. The flowers in summer only rise to just below the leaf tips. The flower buds are burgundy to rusty-pink and are as showy as the white, pendulous blossoms. Plump fruit edible in summer. 4ft H X 5ft W. Full sun. Zone 4....
This Banana Yucca is from garden seed (so possible hybrid). It has handsome, wide leaves up to 2-3 feet long. The extra-large, plump fruit are edible in September. Amazing cotton-candy pink flower buds open to showy white flowers on 3 foot high stalks. Zone 4. Sold in 2.5-inch pot. Full sun or part shade. 2 ft high x 4 ft wide.
This hardy form of Lechuguilla Century Plant is from seed in the Chisos Mountains of west TX. The narrow green leaves have a light colored stripe in the center. 15" high by 30" wide. Hardy to Zones 5. Sold in 2.5 inch pots.
"Little Pickles" is a darling succulent from South Africa. The precious, pickle-shaped, succulent leaves form compact mounds 2-4"H x 12"W. Petite, yellow daisy-like flowers from June-October. Full sun, rock garden or trough. Zone 5. 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...
NEW. The Japanese Dunce Caps is a sedum relative from Japan. The adorable silvery-gray rosettes are about 2 cm in diameter. The plant multiplies by short runners forming a compact mat over time. In the fall, flower spikes of whitish/yellow, 4 inches high adorn the mat. Very hardy to -30° F (zone 4). 1-2" H x 8" W. Excellent in the rock ga...
From our friend Steve Miles, collected in northern New Mexico. Very low-profile plant with small pads and a sheet of lemon chiffon colored flowers in June. 4 inches high and 24 inches wide. Zone 4. Sold in 2.5 inch pot's.
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