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Cactus plants

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Species of cactus currently available:

Prickly Pear Cactus Opuntia is a genus in the cactus family Cactaceae. Both prickly pears and chollas are included in this genus of about 250 species distributed as well as a myriad of hybrids.

Prickly Pear Pads
(or leaves) at least 12 inches

1 Prickly Pear Pad-$10

3 Prickly Pear Pads-$20

5 Prickly Pear Pads-$35

10 Prickly Pear Pad-$60

Excellent for landscaping.
They bloom in the spring with large yellow flowers. When the blooms die they form large purple pods that are quite attractive as well!
These cacti can survive freezing and grow 12 inches and more each year, forming new leaves and growing to 4 and 5 feet in height.
The flat-jointed paddles of the prickly pear are not leaves, but an adaptation of a stem from which the fruit grows. The cactus paddles, "Nopales," are also a commonly used ingredient in Mexican recipes, including salads and scrambled eggs.

Sedum is a Crassulaceae, representing about 400 species succulents, found throughout the northern hemisphere, varying from annual groundcovers to shrubs. The plants have water-storing leaves and a typical form of blossom with five petals, seldom four or six. There are typically twice as many stamens as petals.
Well known European Sedums are Sedum acre, Sedum album, Sedum telephium, Sedum dasyphyllum, Sedum rupestre (also known as Sedum reflexum) and Sedum hispanicum.
Sedums are extensively cultivated as garden plants, due to their interesting and attractive appearance and hardiness.

This Rare Cactus available in different sizes
From 3" up to 10" tall

6 inch cuttings:$6
3 inch cuttings:$3

Seedlings and cuttings
Cactus/sedum hybrid

Dwarf Prickly Pear
5 or more pads per plant

Dwarf Prickly Pear-$5

380 Cannon Farm Rd.
Oxford, Ga. 30054

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