Cactus 'Special Mixture'
    Code: CACT-A9
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    Special Mixture of many species and forms, many rare collectors items. Not winter hardy in cold areas. Best grown as conservatory or as green house plants.

    Use a quick draining soil medium. Surface so the seeds and use 75F with germination starting in 10 days. Some germination maybe spread-out over a number of months. After sowing, if the seeds dry out befor germination they may go into a type of dormancy that can take a year or more to end.

    100 seeds

    Opuntia phaeacantha 'Hybrids'
      Code: 4OP8-A
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      Engelman's Prickly Pear or Desert Prickly Pear or Brown Spined Prickly Pear Cactaceae:

      Red, yellow, and orange flowering plants produced from this seed. Spring blooming; plants can grow 3 to 4 feet tall and 3 or more feet wide. Nicely used in desert settings and on dry hillsides.

      The species is native form Arizona, Utah, Texas. Hardy to 0C (33F). There are about 150 species of Opuntia with many hybrids. The seeds are large and easy to sow.

      6 seeds

      Ferocactus cylindraceus ssp tortulispinus
        Code: FECT-A9
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        [Ferocactus tortulispinus] Fire Barrel or Compass Barrel (fer-oh-KAK-tus)

        When young this is a rounded cactus with curved spines. Solitary growing with a globose shaped stem, older plants grow up to 2 feet (2 ft = 61 cm) tall and 16 inches (16 in = 40.6 cm) wide. This species has 20 narrow slightly tuberculate ribs and mostly gray spines that are very twisted. When large enough to bloom it produces yellow or orange flowers in summer and early fall.

        Zones 9B to 11

        Native to Baja California.

        10 seeds

        Echinopsis eyriesii
          Code: ECEY-A1
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          Pink Easter Lily Cactus Trichocereae:

          This species produces solitary or clustering, cylindrical stems with very short spines. The stems grow up to 12 inches tall and are up to 6 inches in diameter. This small cactus is native to Argentina and South Brazil. Has white or pink tinted flowers, which are 7 to 10 inches long and 2 to 4 inches wide. Minimum temperature 35 F, grown best in a cactus soil

          50 seeds