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Haworthia splendens

H. magnifica v. splendens Slow growing, generally solitary. Greyish leaves with a bronze-rose hue in more sun. Will grow flush with the soil in habitat and forms large tuberous roots.

Tokidoki “Year of the Pig”

Celebrate 2019 with the 12th year of the Chinese Zodiac Calendar cycle with the Tokidoki Year of the Pig Vinyl Figure! Available now at Cactus Jungle, Berkeley and Cactus Jungle, Marin This is not a toy. This is collectible art.

Stephania venosa

Moderate sized caudiciform, 10-15″ across, with broad green leafy vines and blood red sap. Small orange flower sprays. Donut-shaped seeds are called Moon Seeds. Low water, but rich soils.

Echinopsis sanguiniflora

Lobivia sanguiniflora Small clumping stems to 6″. Blood-red flowers. Thickened taproot, plant in deep pots.

Mangave “Mission to Mars”

Agave x Manfreda Hybrid Light green leaves with an impressive amount of heavy burgundy spotting. Solitary rosette is great for containers and makes a striking small scale focal point. Deer resistant.

Cremnosedum “Crocodile”

Cremnophila nutans x Sedum furfuraceum Fat round leaves, dark green to brownish in full sun. Scaly stems appear when they grow taller.

Graptoveria “Opalina”

Graptopetalum amethystinum x Echeveria colorata Large thick rosy-edged ivory leaves. Rosettes get 6″ across and offsets are tight to the parent. Yellow flowers.

x Chiranthofremontia

Chiranthodendron pentadactylon X Fremontodendron “Pacific Sunset” Evergreen shrub Large, broad, showy intergenic hybrid. If provided space in a garden, this centerpiece plant will be covered in golden flowers in spring. No water once established.

Anigozanthos “Amber Velvet”

Evergreen Perennial Its small stature fills in nicely for smaller gardens and for borders. Deep red blooms turn orange and open to yellow spring through fall. Attractive to hummingbirds.

Sempervivum “Ruby Heart”

Small colorful rosettes form large clusters. Reddish centers with green leaves. Light shade inland and in hot areas.

Haworthia limifolia

Haworthiopsis limifolia Tight rosettes to 6″ with spiraling leaves. White/grey flowers.

Euphorbia aeruginosa

Red spines, wildly branching green-blue narrow pencil-like stems, to 24″ tall. Sulfur yellow flowers.

Agave “Mateo”

A. bracteosa hybrid, possibly A. lophantha x A. bracteosa, from San Marcos Growers. 2 to 3 feet. Narrow leaves, center stripe, small marginal teeth.

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