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Succulents and Caudiciforms

Succulents and Caudiciforms


These were mostly plants we grew from seed. Drought-resistant Succulent Plants include Aloe species , Agave species,Dyckia, Echeveria, Dasylirion, Furcraea and Strelitzia.



For over 25 years, we propagated and grew tens of thousands of plants from seed, and we sold these nursery and garden-grown plants to re-populate the world with drought resistant plants. We ended our nursery operation in late 2018, selling off our plants, and donating a large percent of them to botanical gardens throughout Southern California.





Agave Species
Aeonium Species
Aloe Species
Agave Species


Aeonium Species


Aloe Species


Beaucarnea guatemalensis Plants<br>(syn. Nolina guatemalensis)
Boophone Plants
Calibanus hookeri Plants
Beaucarnea guatemalensis Plants
(syn. Nolina guatemalensis)



Boophone Plants


Calibanus hookeri Plants


Cereus peruvianus "Monstrose"<br>Monstrose Apple Cactus<br>Monstrose Cactus
Crassula Species
Dasylirion Plants - Mexican Grass Tree
Cereus peruvianus "Monstrose"
Monstrose Apple Cactus
Monstrose Cactus


CerPerMon
Crassula Species


Dasylirion Plants - Mexican Grass Tree


Dracaena draco Plants
Dyckia Species
Echeveria Species
Dracaena draco Plants


Dyckia Species


Echeveria Species


Furcraea macdougalii Plants
Grass Trees
Jatropha berlandieri Plants
Furcraea macdougalii Plants


Grass Trees


Jatropha berlandieri Plants


Pseudobombax Bonsais
Strelitzia Species
Xanthorrhoea Species
Pseudobombax Bonsais


Strelitzia Species


Xanthorrhoea Species


Yucca Plants
How to Transplant and Re-Establish Aloes and Other Succulent Plants
Large Specimen Furcraea Beginning to Flower
Yucca Plants


How to Transplant and Re-Establish Aloes and Other Succulent Plants


Large Specimen Furcraea Beginning to Flower





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Succulents and Caudiciforms