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Desert Cactus


Indian Fig Cactus

Indian Fig Cactus - Variety of prickly pear to 8 feet or more with yellow flowers in summer followed by edible fruit. Good for containers or dry landscapes. Full sun, any soil, infrequent water when established. Feed with desert plant food in spring. Can freeze but recovers rapidly. Accent, Evergreen.
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Century Plant

Century Plant - Massive, upright succulent with sharp-spined leaves to 6 feet. After 10 years or more produces a 15 foot flower stalk; offsets at base can be transplanted. Full sun, any well-drained soil, infrequent water when established, no fertilizer needed. Accent, Succulent.
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Variegated Century Plant

Variegated Century Plant - Massive, upright succulent with patterned, sharp-spined leaves to 6 feet. After 10 years or more produces a 15 foot flower stalk. Suckers at base of plant can be relocated. Full sun, any well-drained soil, infrequent water when established. No fertilizer needed. Accent, Succulent.
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Pencil Cholla

Pencil Cholla - Medium sized variety to 5-6 feet tall has narrow stems like pencils. Handle with great care. Use tongs or rolled newspaper when handling pieces. Makes an excellent dry area accent or barrier plant. Tough, water efficient plant blooms with pink flowers in spring. Don’t water November through February. Accent, Evergreen.
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Tubac Prickly Pear

Tubac Prickly Pear-Pretty hybrid variety, reaching 4 x 6 feet, is marked by striking, red-based yellow flowers in spring. Excellent drought tolerant landscape specimen or potted plant. Water deeply and infrequently; withhold water November through February. Handle with care! Accent, Evergreen.
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Engelmann Prickly Pear

Engelmann Prickly Pear - Spreading, spiny variety to 4 x 10 feet or more has large yellow flowers followed by rose-red fruit in late spring and early summer. Give this one some room in any desert landscape. Deep water every 2 weeks; withhold water from mid November through February. Accent, Evergreen.
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Angel Wing Cactus

Angel Wing Cactus - This hardy cactus makes an excellent dry landscape subject. Has red to yellow blooms in spring. Give it room to grow and handle with great care! Likes full sun, well-drained soil. Water every 2 weeks; withhold water in winter. Accent, Evergreen.
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Weber’s Agave

Weber’s Agave - Massive succulent with leaves to 4 feet. Like century plant but without spines. Produces a tall flower stalk and suckers at base after 10 years or more. Full sun, any well-drained soil, infrequent water when established. No fertilizer needed. Accent, Succulent.
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Artichoke Agave

Artichoke Agave - Dense symmetrical form with blue-green leaves. Grows to 3 x 3 feet unfolds like an artichoke! Underground rhizomes spread to eventually form extensive colonies. Tall flower spike with yellow flowers. Cold hard to 15 F. Full sun, any well-drained soil. Accent, Succulent.
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Argentine Pipe Cactus

Plant has spines or sharp edges; use extreme caution when handling.
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Jumping Cholla

Jumping Cholla - This large, spiny cactus has joints that detach so easily onto clothes or skin they seem to jump! Handle with great care. Makes an excellent dry area accent or barrier plant. Tough, water efficient plant blooms with pink flowers in spring. Don’t water November through February. Accent, Evergreen.
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Parry's Agave

Parry’s Agave - Handsome, cold hardy to -10 F, upright succulent with blue-green leaves to 2 feet. Uses underground rhizomes to eventually form extensive colonies. Produces its’ single tall yellow flower stalk in time. Full sun, infrequent water when established. Accent, Succulent.
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Purple Prickly Pear

Purple Prickly Pear - Compact cactus to 2 x 3 feet has long, dark spines on its pads and yellow, red-centered flowers in late spring. Pads turn purplish red in cold weather. Good in hot spots or pots. Handle with care! Water every 2 weeks; withhold water November through February. Accent, Evergreen.
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Fishhook Barrel

Fishhook Barrel-Showy barrel cactus. Flowers yellow-red in summer. Can grow to five feet or more in time. Slow growing, very water conservative. Do not use automatic irrigation system. Accent, Evergreen.
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Golden Barrel

Golden Barrel - Slow growing cactus to 2 x 2 feet or more. Yellow flowers from April to May. Full to part sun; deep, infrequent water. Fertilize with desert plant and cactus food in early spring. CAUTION - Protect from heavy winter frosts... Accent, Evergreen.
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Bunny Ears - Yellow,White,Cinnamon

Bunny Ears - Yellow,White,Cinnamon - Hardy, prickly pear variety is suitable for any dry landscape or use in pots. Has yellow blooms in spring. Water every 2 weeks; withhold water in winter. Handle with great care! Fertilize with desert plant and cactus food in early spring.
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