Category Cactus and Succulents


Some of the unsung gems of California and Mexico are the Dudleya species. They are related to echeverias, however we think they more than deserve a little attention. With around 45 species discovered they are a fleshy leafed succulent, mostly…

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Dudleya edulis

Dudleya edulis

Not often seen outside of collectors nurseries, Dudleya edulis is a succulent plant native to Southern California and Mexico. Sometimes called ‘Fingertips Cactus’. An attractive low growing succulent plant Dudleya edulis is also the ‘Mission Lettuce’. So why the Mission…

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With attractive foliage year round, Haworthia species provide a great deal of variety in small growing succulents. With fleshy foliage, often patterned with brown or white spots they make excellent container plants. Many species have translucent leaves and these are…

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Rebutia muscula

syn. Aylostera muscula Originally from the southern parts of Bolivia, Rebutia muscula, (Aylostera muscula) with furry snowy white white spines and contrasting bright orange flowers to 2cm is a fascinating plant. In time this is a clump forming species and…

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