Grigsby Cactus Gardens

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GLAUCUMBeautiful plant! The skin is a white/blue/grey color with short black spines and a cheerful bright gold flower. Yum! 2�".$6.00
ASTERIASNo ribs, but lots of small spots. Really does look like a spider sea urchin. 1�"-2".$6.50
FORBESII MONSTROSEInteresting form with 50 or more small puckered heads with white wool and a few short black spines. 4" x 4", selected plants.$5.00
cv. "MING THING"Lumpy blue body, white aeroles and small black spines. Nice 4" x 4" plants.$4.50
cv. "GIANT PEANUT CACTUS"You grow this character for the fun of it. The columnar body is 1"+ in diameter, has very big scarlet flowers and very neat rows of short appressed spines. It will quickly fill a pot, is easy to grow and puts on a dramatic flower show. 3"-4" plants.$4.50
HALEI (LLBR 72-119)A rare plant from Magdalena Island in the Pacific Ocean off the Baja California coast. This hard to find little plant has many surprises. It does not have hooked spines like all the other species. It produces big, long tubed, red flowers almost as large as the plants are. The 1" wide stems form a mat-like plant very slowly. The short stiff spines are golden at first then finally grey. Rooted cuts, apx. 3".$6.50
There's a good book by Graham Charles "The Cactus File Handbook #4 - Copiapoa". Lots of good pictures and information.
CINEREA v. DEALBATA (AKA: C. CARRIZALENSIS)Handsome, stiff jet black spines. Lots of white wool on the aeroles. In time it will change to a more grey white form. Chunky 2"-2�" seed grown plants.$8.00
DURAStong recurved very black spines, very dark black-purple body. Bright yellow flowers. Super impressive plant. 3".$9.00
HASELTONIANAColorful plant with a frosty green and purple body and bright gold spines and wool. Super nice! 3"+.$9.00
HYPOGEAEUnusual soft, brown/olive body, few to no spines. Huge root. 3" offsetting, seed grown.$4.50
KRAINZIANAMost unusual species with long, flexible, white spines. It's so white it glows! 2�"-3" plants.$11.50
LAUII (C. hypogaea var. lauii)A neat miniature that does not look like a Copiapoa. Smallest species. Heads maximum size �" to �". Fascinating! 2" multiheaded plants.$5.50
TENUISSIMASmall growing plant with dramatic purple/black body, tiny spines and white aeroles. Seed grown 2�".$5.00
TENUISSIMA "SUPER CLONE"This species isusually no more than 2" in diameter. This clone gets to be over 3" in diameter! It has the black/purple body and lots of white wool but is more impressive than the regular form. Big 3"-3�" wide plants.$9.00
ANDRAEDistinctive plant with huge, fat tubercles and lots of white wool. The stout spines hug the body of the plant. Hefty 2�" plants.$5.50
CALIPENSISThese are very easy and satisfying plants to grow. They have large, slightly pointed, very fat tubercles with lots of white wool and amber spines that curve to hug the body. Big 3" yellow/amber flowers too. 3" plants.$5.00
ELEPHANTIDENSHuge fat tubercles, lots of white wool, strong pectinate spines. The flower is yellow-pink and 3" across. 3"-3�".$5.00
GLANDISPINA (AKA: C. DELAETIANA)This interesting plant has large tubercles, white wool, copper/yellow radial spines and black central spines. Handsome 3" plants.$5.50
TRIPUGIONACANTHANewer plant. Chubby, upright long tubercles with stout curved spines. Huge pile of white wool tops the plant. Interesting 3"+ plants.$5.00
These plants are not hard to grow if you remember a few facts. They have a shallow root system, prefer a little gravel (not sand) in the mix and won't flower unless they receive enough water. Give them as much light as possible but some shade in hot climates. Water thoroughly in spring and summer, � the amount in winter.
BAYONENSISPretty plant with columnar heads and 1" flexible white spines. Really nice 4"-5" plants with multiple heads.$6.50
CORRELLIIBright, deep gold spines hub body. Big 3" pink flower. Seed grown 2�" x 3�" plants.$5.00
NIVOSUSA beautiful snow white plant with 1�" wide columns. Branches from the base. Pretty pink flowers. Slow but worth the wait. Nice 4" tall plants.$6.00
PECTINATUS var. RUBRISPINUSMexican form does not turn grey like the Arizona form. Most colorful of the species. Deep pink, pectinate spines.
SMALL: 2�"-3" tall.$6.00
LARGE: Beautiful plants selected for ruby red color. 5"-6" tall x 2�"-3" wide.$12.50
PULCHELLUSThis plant, unlike others in this genus, has a very soft body, very short, thin spines and a huge root, often larger than the body. The flowers are very large and day-glo pink. Chubby 2�" plants.$5.00
REICHENBACHII v. BURRENSIS (AKA: E. var. COAHUILIENSIS and several other names)Colorful pectinate spines in rust, red and pink, white aeroles and a 4" deep pink flower with a white throat! Pretty! 2�" plants.$6.00
SANPEDROENSISThe 1" wide stems are soft and have yellow spines. The flower is red/orange with a white throat. It produces lots of offsets. Nice 4"-4�" offsetting plants with 6-10 pups.$6.50
cv. "HAKU JO"A delightful plant, just fun to grow! A columnar plant with joined ribs felted with white fur. The flower is very large and white. 2�"-3" tall plants.$5.50
Tree dwelling cacti. Keep shaded, in extra humus and hanging baskets.
BAMBUSIOIDESPretty upright growth. Nice multibranched. Apx. 6".$4.00
SALICORNIOIDES "Drunkard's Dream"Name refers to the bottle-like appearance of the stems. Multi-branched. Apx. 6".$4.00
CRISPIMARGINATA2" wide, flat, crenulated, thin branches. New growth is deep metallic bronze color. Pretty 1" white and yellow flowers. Different and elegant. Branched plant. Apx. 6".$4.00
HETEROCLADAFine, round stems hang like a green waterfall. Pretty and popular. Nice apx. 6" branched plants.$4.00
MESEMBRYANTHEMOIDESLittle round leaves. Plant looks more like a Mesemb. than a cactus. Multibranched. Apx. 6" plants.$4.50
HESTERICute little miniature with large flower and star-like white spine clusters. Offsets freely. 2"+ seed grown.$5.00
MELANOSTELEThe best of the species. The fattest and fuzziest member of this genus. Snow white wool wraps around the body. Easy to grow. At this age looks like a snowball. Neat 2�"-3" plants.$4.00
These are great pot plants and impressive ground plants in areas that don't get too wet or have ground freeze. They start growing in late winter or very early spring. Not hard to grow. A book is now available.
CHRYSACANTHUSFrom Cedros island, in the Pacific Ocean, off the Baja California coast. The plant has dense, thick, strong, curled gold spines. The flowers are yellow. It is a beautiful plant! 4�" plants.$8.50
GLAUCESCENSA beautiful blue body, thick curved gold spines. Flower is yellow and fruit is white. 4�" plants.$7.50
GRACILISThe "Baja Firebarrel". Dark red spines and dark red flowers. Nice 3" seed grown.$6.00
HERRERAEThe most ferocious Fero! Adult spines are long, flat with a sharp tip that cuts like a scalpel. Adult can reach 2 feet in diameter and 6 feet + tall. Young plants just beginning to grow adult spines. 6" plants.$15.00
(plus $3.00 surcharge)
LATISPINUSThis plant has a flat body and very flat, broad central spines. Flowers are purple or yellow. The neat broad, hooked, spines are red or yellow. 3"-3�" plants.$5.50
MACRODISCUSFrom Oaxaco, Mexico, This plant likes to hide in tall grass. It grows so flat and low you find it by looking for the dramatic pink flowers with a red stripe. The short (for a Fero.) spines hug the body. 3�"-4" plants.$6.50
STAINESII (F. PILOSUS)This plant has very bright curved red spines and big orange/red/yellow flowers. When old enough it grows in 12" wide columns and branches from the base. In the wild, you can see 5-6 foot plants with 8-10 columns. It's quite a sight! Very colorful and not hard to grow. Nice 2�" seed grown.$4.50
VIERECKIIA clone with a white wool cap, black and white spines and a violet-pink flower that makes this an outstanding species. 4"+ offsetting.$5.50
"Gymnocalycium, A Collectors Guide" by John Pilbeam will be of use to those who like this genus. His pictures are excellent and a big help in identifying the plants. It was written in England so change the cultural information to fit your area. Most of this species are actually under water during the rainy season so enough water is important during growing season. Easy to grow and in flower as long as they are growing.
BAYRIANUMFrom Argentina, this plant has a rough textured body and strong, pectinate spines (about 5). The large flower is cream and white with a red throat. Nice 3" diameter plants.$5.50
BODENBENDERIANUMVery neat and handsome plant with a soft chocolate colored body hugged by neat rows of three pectinate spines. 2�"-3".$6.00
CARDENASIANUMThe ultimate Gymno. Long, strong spines form a dense basket around the body of the plant. They get thicker and longer as the plant ages. The flower is pink to white. Hefty 4" plants.$7.00
(plus $2.00 surcharge)
CASTELLANOSIIExtremely thick and heavy semi-pectinate spines are wild and definitely impressive! 4"+ hefty plants.$8.00
(plus $3.00 surcharge)
DENUDATUM cv. "SABA"This cross with G. baldianum is an easy plant to grow and very eye catching. The shiny, broad tubercles are tightly hugged by thin "spider"-like, twisted spines. The flower is very large and a beautiful pink color (the normal species is white). These plants are 3" wide and 1�" tall and flowering size.$5.00
EURYPLURUMFrom Paraguay, this plant has a olive green body and sprays of strong yellow spines. It does not offset. The flower is large, white with a pink flush. Nice 3" plants.$5.50
HYPTIACANTHUMPlant with a grey/green body and very stiff curved pale spines. Flower is very large and pink. 2�"-3" plants.$6.00
KIESLINGII var. ALBOAREOLATUMA flat, globose plant with a textured grey-green body and depressed, strong spines. The name comes from the big, white, furry aeroles that are larger than the species plant. 3" plants.$5.00
MULTIFLORUMLight green body with long yellow, curved spines. Produces bouquets of white flowers. Nice 3�" seed grown plants.$4.50
PFLANZIIWell ordered array of short, very thick, curved black spines makes this a handsome plant. Can have a flower any color between white/pink to salmon. Stout 4�".$6.00
(plus $2.00 surcharge)
PUGIONACANTHUM (now G. HYBOPLEURUM)Strong short spines hug the grey-green body. Very neat. Flower is white with a greenish throat. Nice 4" plants.$6.00
(plus $2.00 surcharge)
PUNGENSDramatic plant with tufts of 1" straw yellow spines, very large tubercles and a light pink to white flower. Stout 2�"-3" plants.$6.50
RAGONESEIEverything is flat about this small growing species. The plant is flat, the ribs are flat and the very tiny spines lay flat on the olive/green-brown body. However, the flower is very tall and very white. Very neat indeed! 2�"-3" plants.$5.50
SCHATZLIANUMA flat, broad plant with very shallow tubercles. The spines are amber colored, turning black. The flower is an unusual yellow, almost green color. Chunky 3" plants.$5.00
SPEGAZZINIIBeautiful, very thick, recurved spines on a purple/green body. Wonderful! White flowers with a red/purple throat. Super 3�" plants.$7.50
VATTERIThe velvet textured body is tightly held by one to three short, stiff, curved, dark spines. Very handsome! 3" plants.$5.00
MARGINATUS (aka: Mexican Fence Post)Yes, they are used for very effective fences in Mexico. Five to six broad ribs neatly edged with white wool and very short black spines. Handsome. 5" RC.$5.50
Most of these plants are easy to grow and the larger species make good ground plants. They will flower more than once a year if they have enough water to do so. A little shade for the smaller species is appreciated by the plants.
ANDALGALENSIS "JOHNSON'S LONG SPINED FORM"Columnar plant with 2�"-4" long, flexible, deep gold spines and a 4"-5" deep gold flower. This selected clone is easy to grow and will make nice multiheaded plants. 3"+ plants.$4.50
AUREAThis is the red flower form of this species. The short black spines are very dense and the plant is easy to grow. The 3" flower is a beautiful red. 3"+ plants.$4.50
CRASSICAULIS "Red Velvet"The red flowers remind one of red velvet cloth. Very dark body, short black spines. Forms large clumps in time. Fat handsome plants. 3�" offsetting.$4.50
cv. "GLORIOUS"Stout plant with gold spines and a 4" red flower with purple petal edges. 7"-8" tall x 3" wide RC.$8.00
(plus $3.00 surcharge)
HAAGEANASparsely spined plant with a plump, purple green body. Nice 2" x 3" seed grown.$4.00
POJOENSIS var. GRANDIFLORAReally has a "Grand Flower", a 3" dark, red flower! The strong pale gold spines hug the body on these 2�" plants.$6.00
SCHREITERIThis plant from Argentina has WOW RED! 2"+ flowers on a dark green body. The long spines are flexible. 2�" plants.$5.00
WEGHEIANAInteresting Bolivian plant with few spines and light lilac colored flowers. Beginning to form long black adult central spines. Different! 2�".$4.50
ERUCABody 6"-8" plus spines. "Creeping Devil" from Baja, California. 2", strong, dagger-like spines. Cuts with side roots.$15.00
(plus $4.00 surcharge)
There are so many different kinds of Mammillarias! Some are very easy to grow, those with hooked spines are a little more difficult. A shallow, smaller pot helps with the difficult ones. A little charcoal in the soil mix helps with the M.carmenae, M. plumosa and M. pennispinosa types. A little gravel in the soil mix helps with those species with a root body bigger than the head. Most appreciate regular water and a little shade in hot climates. Pilbeam's big book (The Cactus File Handbook #6) MAMMILLARIA is an absolutely beautiful reference. All the name changes are there. Superb color pictures of each species with culture notes. It's in alphabetic order with a full list of unused and old names. If you collect Mams. - you have to have this book!
ALBICANSThis plant from Baja California, has very white, dense, short spines on a columnar body. The ring of bright pink striped flowers with purple stamen and yellow pollen is beautiful. These plants are apx. 2�" wide and 4�"-5" tall.$6.00
ALBICOMALives up to its name. It looks like it's covered with short white hair. Stays small - use small pot. Nice 2�"-3" plants.$5.50
BERKEANAThis plant is a hefty, columnar plant with white radial spines and fox red central spines. It grows on vertical, rocky cliffs in Jalisco, Mexico, so extra gravel in the soil is recommended. The flowers are a deep carmen red and it often flowers twice in a year. These young plants are already 3" wide and 4" tall.$6.00
CARMENAEThis little jewel with its bright gold, featherlike spines is always a winner. It will flower best if underpotted. 2�"-3" seed grown plants.$5.00
DEALBATANeat little plant with very dense, short white radial spines and black centrals. 2�"-3".$4.00
EICHLAMII "SPECIAL CLONE" (now Mam. voburnensis var. eichlamii)Most unusual form with very short spines and bright canary yellow wool and flowers. Very attractive, easy to grow and different. 3", starting to offset.$4.00
ELONGATA CRESTOld favorite. Loops and curls of gold. Nice 4"+ x 3" multifan crests.$4.50
ELONGATA "Irish Red"Glowing, bright orange spines the color of Irish red hair! Easy to grow. Nice 4"-5" offsetting plants. $4.00
HAUDEANA (LAU 777)A fantastic miniature plant with �" heads has sprays of soft white spines and a big 2�" deep scarlet flower. This clone is a little bigger and darker than normal plants. Grow in a shallow pot. These large, multiheaded (10-18) plants are 3"+ in diameter.$9.00
HUITZILOPOCHTLIIHorrible name, very neat plant! This columnar plant has very colorful, short spines in rust and white. It may grow black spines when older. The carmine flowers are produced from rings of white wool. Handsome 2�"-3" plants.$4.50
LAUII var. SUBDUCTABeautiful plant densely covered with short, stiff, bright gold spines. The flowers are deep pink. A little extra drainage in the soil mix is recommended along with some shade. 3�" seed grown.$5.50
MARKSIANAShort, curved, bright yellow spines on a pale green body. Interesting with a yellow flower. Pretty 4" plants. Very pretty.$11.50
(plus $2.00 surcharge)
MELANOCENTRAThis plant lives up to its name. It has a long, stiff jet black central spine and white radial spines. 4�"-5" plants.$8.00
(plus $4.00 surcharge)
"MME. MARNIER"This sport of M. camptotrica has shorter tubercles and short, thick, curled bright gold spines. Yellow flowers. A really beautiful plant! 2�", offsetting.$5.00
NIVOSAI think this was my first Mammillaria. It still is a favorite. Bright gold spines, lots of white wool, red flowers and fruit. It is from the West Indies, so give it some extra drainage in the soil.
SMALLER PLANTS: Not a lot of color yet but they do grow up. 1�" seed grown.$3.50
LARGER PLANTS: Pretty, apx. 3" plants.$5.00
PLUMOSAFeather covered pillows is a good description for this plant. White, soft and fluggy - no green plant visible. Prefers a shallow pot and a little charcoal will keep it clean. 2" plants.$4.50
SAFFORDII (AKA: M. CARRITTII)This low growing plant has beautiful, hooked, copper-red spines and large yellow flowers with a pink stripe. These plants are 3�" in diameter and offsetting nicely.$6.00
SCHIEDEANAThe shiny, fine, gold, feather-like spines make this little plant a beauty. The flowers are white and produce bright red, long fruit. 2" plants.$4.50
SPINOSISSIMAGreat old favorite with its brick red bristly spines and carmine flower. (Spines have a better color if plant is given a little shade.) Plants 6"-7" tall and 3�" wide.$6.50
(plus $3.00 surcharge)
TESOPACENSIS v. RUBRAFLORAThis plant has huge tubercles, 1" red black spines and white wool. The huge, gaudy, purple/red flower just glows! These plants are 3�" in diameter.$6.50
MADISONIORUM white flowerVery different plant. It's almost spineless with a smooth, crystalized green skin. This type has orange zygomorpic flowers almost anytime of year. 2�" plants.$5.50
Grow this plant like any other cactus UNTIL it forms a cephalium. (At this point, the green bottom stops growing and only the cephalium continues to grow.) Then give it � the amount of water in the winter and keep above 500F.
CONOIDESVery short, stout, curved spines in a nice honey tan color. These plants are a plump 3"-3�".$5.00
DIERSIANUSVery dark red-black recurved spines hug the dark green body. Distinctive 4" plants.$5.00
MATANZANUSThis plant is one of the smallest growing of the species. Mature, super nice, 4" plants with bright orange cephaliums.$15.00
VIOLACEUSAnother small growing plant. This plant has a pinkish cephalium and is 4�" in diameter.$16.50
EULALIANAMiniature plant with 1" thick finger-like stems, a soft body, pale yellow spines and a yellow flower. Forms a hemispherical mass 4" tall. Neat. From Peru. 2"+ branched RC.$4.50
Almost all the Neochilenias were moved to Neoporteria a few years ago. As most of the books still use the old name, we will use it here. If one doesn't work, look under the other.
CARRIZALENSISBig "chins" form a beautiful purple/black body. Big white aeroles bear dark and light spines. 3" plants.$6.50
FLOCCOSAThis miniature plant has a dark body and bristles with �" black/grey spines set in clumps of white hair. Nice white topknot of hair too. Very pretty, unusual and interesting. Nice 4". LIMITED.$5.00
JUSSIEUIDark purple body, fountains of black spines and yellow/orange flowers. Dramatic and beautiful. 2"+ plants.$6.50
OCCULTAUnusual plant with a deep brown/black body, almost no spines and shiny, pale yellow flowers. Very nice 2"+ plants.$5.50
ODIERI (AKA: ERIOSYCE ODIERI)This is a very neatly put together plant. Pectinate, short copper colored spines cover the purple/brown body. Very handsome! These plants are 2"-2�" in diameter.$7.50
Probably the easiest, most satisfying group to grow. They flower like crazy if given enough water and stay bright and happy if given a little shade. Some species have been moved into Parodia (??).
ERYTHROCANTHUSNeat plant with shiny, brick red spines and a white wool cap. Flowers are many and yellow. 2�" plants.$5.00
GRAESSNERI var. ALBICETUSInstead of gold, this variety has dense, short, white spines. The green flower is always a surprise! 2" plants.$5.00
LENINGHAUSIIAlways a favorite. Many ribs edged with soft, bright yellow spines. A great old favorite and easy to grow. Nice 2"-2�" plants.$4.00
MAGNIFICUSBlue body with soft, short, gold spines and white wool edging the ribs. Lives up to its name. 3" seed grown.$4.50
RUDIBUENECKERIThis beautiful plant has long, very, very white, very, very soft spines. It just glows! Growth habit is short and broad. Super! 3�" x 3�".$5.00
SCOPA MURIELLIIDainty pure white spines cover nice globular heads that offset freely. Bunches of pale yellow flowers. Easy to grow.
SMALL: 2�" plants, offsetting nicely.$3.50
LARGE: Nice 3�"-4" clumping.$5.00
UEBELMANNIANUSBright green, shiny, with thin spines that hug the body. Big bouquets of very large 3"-4" bright yellow flowers too! 4" plants.$6.50
WARASIISoft gold bunches of spines run down the many ribs of this nice plant. These plants have yellow flowers and are 3" in diameter.$5.00
INVICTAA fiercely, thick, triangular spined plant from Baja California. The most heavily armed of all Opuntias. New spines are bright red. RC. LIMITED.$8.00
(plus $3.00 surcharge)
PACHYPUSUnusual columnar plant from Peru. Very slow growing. Reaches about 3 feet with sparse branches when full grown. Nice 4"-6" RC.$10.00
PYCNACANTHA var. MARGARITANAHandsome, rare and slow growing species from St. Margarita Island in Baja California. Pads are densely covered with short, stiff reddish spines. Flower is bright sulfur yellow. Unrooted pad.$4.00
HENDRICKSENIANUS var. DENSILANATUSThis is the heavy, thick form with long, very dense white hair. Will produce long gold central spines when older. Tube shaped flower is either red or orange. Nice seed grown 12" tall x 2�" wide.$12.50
(plus $3.00 surcharge)
TROLLIIChubby plants completely covered in long, wild white hair. Longer fox red centrals peek through.
SMALL: 2" tall x 1�" wide plants.$5.00
LARGE: 6" tall x 3" wide.$8.50
(plus $2.00
OCCULTAA very neat looking plant with very short black spines in a precise pattern on the ribs. The top is capped with a nice pile of white wool. 3" mature plants.$5.50
PENICILLATAHandsome plant with "bundled" pale gold spines and a red flower. Different. 2�" plants.$5.50
SANGUINIFLORAThe name means "blood flower" and they are a very bright red. Short, dense, red/brown and white spines. 3" plants.$5.50
BRADYISky blue body. Many, many shallow ribs edged with white aeroles and short black spines. Very pretty! 4"-5" plants.$6.50
CALCISAXICOLUSBeautiful sky blue body with neat gold spines and white aeroles down the ribs. These nice seed grown plants are 1�" wide and 4�" tall.$6.00
BYLESIANUSThese plants are propagated from material collected in Peru by Paul Hutchison. Forms many small heads in a low hemispheric clump about 5" tall. The flower is white with a long tube and many very pointed petals. It has a nice perfume. The new growth has black spines, the old growth has white spines which gives the plant a kind of "pinto" look. 3" RC.$4.00
We know the European botanists are moving the names REBUTIA - SULCOREBUTIA - WEINGARTIA around at a rather alarming rate. Until they come to some rational (??) conclusion we are using the names you can find in books printed to date. A good reference is by John Pilbeam, "The Cactus File Handbook #2 - Rebutia". An easy group to grow if you keep them growing! A brown crust will creep up from the base of the plant if they do not receive enough water to grow, or are kept in a too hot and sunny location. The two inch bright flowers are well worth the effort to grow these small plants.
FABRASII MINIATURE form (R 687)Tiny �" green heads with stiff, fuzz-like small spines. Beautiful red flower. Forms a small hemispherical plant of many heads. Apx. 2�" multiheaded plants (5-6 heads).$5.00
FABRISII Pendant formAn unusual hanging plant unlike normal Rebutias. Clusters of elongated stems, sporting bright yellow flowers. Very nice. 3" offsetting.$4.00
FLAVISTYLAColorful plant with flexible white spines and a big 2�" red/orange flower. Hefty 2�" plants.$4.50
FULVISETAA handsome plant with bright red/brown spines and a blazing 2" red flower. A good addition to any collection. 3" plants, some offsetting.$5.00
HELIOSAThe best of the genera! A small plant (about 1" diameter) with tiny silver spines pressing against the body from amber brown aeroles. No green is visible. 2" red orange flowers. Add gravel or pumice (not sand) to potting mix for extra drainage in soil. Neat 2" clumping plants with 3-4 pups.$6.50
HELIOSA v. CONDORENSIS (R 314)This plant grows larger than the species. It has very short, pectinate gold and silver spines. The flower is a surprising dark red. These are nice multiheaded plants 2�"-3" in diameter.$6.00
KRAINZIANAA very short spined plant with spiraling ribs of white aeroles. Dark red to orange red flowers. Handsome and easy to grow. Seems to flower several times a year. 1�"-2" plants.$4.00
MARSONERIOne of the large growing Rebutias. Pale green body and short rust colored spines. Flower is yellow or pink. Nice 3�" offsetting plants.$5.00
NARVASENSISHefty plant with large heads. Short rust and white spines cover the body. Large red/orange flowers. 3" offsetting plants.$6.00
PERPLEXAThis very pretty plant has bright green body and very tiny reddish spines. It offsets freely. The flowers are a surprising hot pink! 2"-2�" plants, mostly offsetting.$4.50
PULCHELLARobust plant with glassy, white spines and very bright red/orange flowers. Super 4�" clumping plants.$6.00
TAMBOENSISAnother robust growing plant with fine white and yellow spines. The flower is a distinct very dense true orange color. Very striking! 4" offsetting plant.$6.00
ALBATUSLots of small wavy ribs. Nice white and gold spines. Yellow flower with white stripe. Nice 4" plants.$5.00
COMPTOGONUSThis plant has a hefty blue/grey body and a few ribs. The few spines are long and flat. White flower with a purple stripe. Nice 3" plants.$4.00
MULTICOSTATUS (SB 1147)This is the Brack form with a jillion tiny, wavy ribs. The body is bright green and the long spines are flat and flexible. The flower is a dark pink with a purple stripe. Very nice 2�"-3" seed grown plants.$6.50
(See note under REBUTIA). As easy to grow as Rebutias but the large roots prefer a larger pot and a little more light. The roots are often larger than the plant body. John Pilbeam's book "Sulcorebutia and Weingartia" is an excellent reference with beautiful pictures of each species. He also makes some sense out of the name shuffling going on now.
ARENACEABeautiful plant with a milk chocolate colored body, very neat pectinate spines and a huge, brassy-gold flower. 2�"-3" plants.$5.50
KRUGERI KK1260This plant has a purple green body with pectinate spines. Very compact and neat. Instead of the usual red/orange, this clone has a deep gold flower. Nice 1�"-2" plants.$5.50
MENTOSADistinctive plant with a shining green body, dark red-black spines and white elongated aeroles. The 2" flower is a rich red-purple color. Handsome 2�" plants.$5.00
SANTIAGINENSISCombs of pale yellow spines hug the body so almost no green shows. These plants are 2"+ and most are offsetting.$5.50
STEINBACHII var. KIMNACHII n.n.(SELI 2781) Colorful miniature, red-purple and green body with pretty pectinate fox red spines and a blood red flower. 2" offsetting. 10-12 heads.$4.50
TARIJENSIS KK 864-2This plant is pale green with a few gold spines and distinctive white aeroles. 1"-1�" plants.$5.00
TIRIQUENSIS var. BICOLORThis becomes a very big plant for this group. Nice mix of deep red and white spines densely covers the body. Red flower. Nice big 3�" plants.$6.00
WEBERIThe 1" side, finger shaped body has beautiful, one inch white, flexible spines. Nice branched 3" RC.$5.00
SCHWARZIISmall body with red and yellow spines. Big 3" dark pink flower. 2�" plants.$4.50