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Miscellaneous Cacti

  • ARIOCARPUS AGAVOIDES

    one of the rare and slow-growing "living rock" cacti. Dark green to black, very long, tapering tubercles, arranged in a rosette, give it the appearance of a miniature Aloe. Large deep pink to magenta flowers. Slightly marked.

    £4.05
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  • ARIOCARPUS FISSURATUS

    the large grey tubercles with their fissured and uneven surface give this plant its "Living Rock" common name. Rare and slow growing, but clumps with age. Beautiful pink flowers.

    £4.05
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  • ARIOCARPUS TRIGONUS

    one of the "living rock" cacti, very slow growing and rare. It has large, grey tubercles shaped into a crown. Yellow flowers. Slightly marked

    £4.05
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  • CEREUS PERUVIANUS

    tall growing blue-green columns with 6 to 8 ribs. Large white flowers on old specimens. In recent years this plant has got the reputation for absorbing rays emitted from computer screens. Whether or not it is true, we do not know, but we have sold many of these plants to a big insurance company!

    £3.55
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  • CEREUS PERUVIANUS MONSTROSUS

    glossy blue-green sculptured works of art!

    £3.55
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  • CHAMAECEREUS HYBRID 'HARRY CAMMACK'

    salmon flowers

    £3.55
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  • CHAMAECEREUS HYBRID 'MAGNIFICENT'

    a truly special flower in shades of glossy pink and purple

    £3.55
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  • CHAMAECEREUS SILVESTRII CRASSICAULE

    a most peculiar plant which develops clumps of thick stems ending in a cristate hammer head. Crimson flowers

    £3.55
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  • ECHINOCEREUS SCHEERII GENTRYI

    clustering ribbed stems with large, long lasting pale pink flowers

    £3.55
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  • ECHINOMASTUS (THELOCACTUS) MACDOWELLII

    very attractive globular plants with dense silvery spines and deep purple pink flowers

    £3.55
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  • ECHINOPSIS EYRIESII

    reliable bloomer, huge white flowers up to 25cm long. Magnificent!

    £3.55
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  • ESCOBARIA LEEI

    white-spined, clumping, grows up to a few inches. White and pink flowers

    £3.55
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  • GYMNOCALYCIUM BRUCHII

    choice miniature, clustering species with lilac flowers. Hardy in many parts of the UK.

    £3.55
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  • GYMNOCALYCIUM HAMATUM

    coppery brown species with long, stiff white spines and large white flowers

    £3.55
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  • GYNOCALYCIUM OCCULTUM

    rare, slow growing, brown-bodied species with red and white flowers

    £3.55
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Mar 21, 2016
This is our Early Spring list 2016 - new plants have been added and there will be more as the season goes on.

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