THE CACTUS MAN
AN OFFICIAL SOURCE FOR DOGTUFF™ TURF GRASS
A compact, mounding cushion-type plant with golden flowers in June. Moderate spination. 8" high by 12" wide. Hardy through zone 3. (Kelly Grummons selection, 2003). May tolerate more water than most Western species. Sold as unrooted cutting.
Simple yellow June flowers fade to apricot the second day. The plant is small and compact. 3" high by 24" wide. Zone 2/3. Collected in Southern Wyoming by Kelly Grummons. Dry fruit. Sold as unrooted cuttings.
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 24 inches wide. Zone 3. Great in the rock garden or in troughs. Kelly Grummons collection from the Pawnee National Grasslands in eastern Colorado in 1990. Sold in 2.5" pots.
One of my lovely hybrids, 'Prairie Fire' has deep-green, nearly spineless pads that are absolutely covered with flowers in fiery colors of gold and orange. It has a low profile, at 6" high, by 36" wide. Zone 4. Sold as unrooted cutting.
A beautiful hybrid that showed up in our garden one year. Large, deep lustrous green, nearly spineless pads with double, bright-pink flowers. 8" high by 48" wide. Zone 5/6. Sold as unrooted cutting.
The Plains Soapweed is a dominant Yucca species in much of the central to northern plains of the US. It is the most cold-hardy of the Yuccas tolerating temperatures to well below -50 F. This selection has very blue lives with a distinct white edge. Leaves are 12-18" long and the greenish-white flowers with red brush marks are densely set on 24...
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