Cacti and Succulents

Silver Torch Cactus

native to Bolivia and Argentina. Grows in the high mountains. These cacti are slender, erect, with  grey-green columns. The columns are formed from around 25 ribs and are densely covered... Read more


A spherical clump with spiky, bluish-gray leaves that have stiff teeth along the edges. Leaves slowly form a trunk 3' tall, which is covered with a dried, drooping shag of... Read more

Texas Rainbow Cactus

Native to Arizona, New Mexico and Texas. Easily recognized by it's subtle rings or bands of contrasting colors along the stem of the plant. Usually found with a single stem... Read more

Yucca Banana

Native to southwestern U.S., nothwestern Mexico. Leaves are blue-green in color and sharp-tipped. Foliage clump may have no stem or several short, prostate ones. Bloom stalks in summer with white... Read more

Yucca Red

Native to Texas, New Mexico. Plants have long, narrow, dark green leaves produced in a basal rosette and flowers borne on long panicles. Blooms spring through autumn. Foliage clumps resemble... Read more

Yucca Soaptree

Native to southeastern U.S., northern Mexico. Form is erect to about 20' tall. Leaves are light green, grasslike, with little threads curling along the edges. They are sharply pointed, 2"... Read more

Yucca Soft Leaf

Native to southeastern U.S., northern Mexico. Dark to blue-green leaves, sharply bent downwards with pointed tips, 2 1/2' long and 2" wide. Generally with a single trunk, but can produce... Read more

Yucca Spanish Bayonet

Native to southern U.S., Mexico. This yucca forms irregular rising stems, usually 1 to 3 per plant. Stiff, smooth-edged, medium to dark green leaves closely set along the stalk have very... Read more

Yucca Spanish Dagger

Native to the Trans-Pecos region of Texas and northeast Mexico. A large tree yucca with one or multiple trunks. Leaves are pale green, 3' long, 3" to 5" wide, with stout... Read more