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Miscellaneous Cacti

  • NOTOCACTUS LENINGHAUSII

    beautiful pale green plants with numerous soft golden spines and yellow-green flowers

    £3.55
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  • NOTOCACTUS SCHLOSSERI

    glossy lemon yellow flowers with light green midstripe

    £3.55
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  • OPUNTIA SUBULATA

    rapidly growing clustering columns, reaching a metre and more quickly. It makes a magnificent candelabrum if the top is cut off and the branches are allowed to sprout, will grow into a massive specimen if bedded into a glasshouse; red flowers.

    £3.55
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  • PARODIA LAUII

    superb species with salmon reddish, glossy flowers tipped carmine, shading to yellow, orange and red

    £3.55
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  • REBUTIA HELIOSA X REBUTIA ALBIFLORA

    choice, clustering plants with peach and white flowers. Very attractive spines

    £3.55
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  • REBUTIA PULVINOSA

    clustering miniature plant with bright orange flowers.

    £3.55
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  • TEPHROCACTUS ARTICULATUS DIADEMATUS

    a plant with globular stem segments and grown for its amazing raffia like spines. Yellow flowers.

    £3.55
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  • THELOCACTUS BICOLOR

    attractively coloured spines and large, deep pink flowers often produced a few times each year.

    £3.55
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  • REBUTIA ALBIFLORA

    nice miniature, clumping species with white flowers produced throughout the summer and autumn

    £3.95
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  • OPUNTIA ELATA

    smooth rounded dark glossy green pads with very few, if any, spines. Orange-red flowers. We now think that this plant is OPUNTIA COCHENILLIFERA. Makes very good grafting stock. Sometimes purchased for feeding to tortoises so these plants are pesticide free!

    £4.25
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  • TRICHOCEREUS BRIDGESSII

    tall growing, dark green cylindrical stems. Huge, 18cm long white flowers. Rapid grower, can be used for grafting

    £4.35
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Jan 5, 2016
This is our 2016 Winter List - there is a reduced choice until spring when there will be many more plants available again

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