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Rich peachy/pink double flowers in June look like water lilies on a tidy, well-behaved plant. Large numbers of flowers make this a favorite garden variety. Zone 5. Sold as unrooted cutting.
A vigorous Bob Johnson variety with peachy/coral flowers in June. Very large pads on handsome plants. 15" high by 48" wide. (Fergusen thinks this is one of John Cipra's phaeacantha hybrids) Zone 5. Large, red fruit. Sold as unrooted cuttings.
Considered one of the best garden varieties, period. A compact, yet vigorous plant worthy of much acclaim. Densely spined in gold and completely covered with double, rich peach flowers in June. It's what I would call a floribunda Opuntia. 8" high by 36" wide. Zone 3. Collected by Claude Barr in western Colorado. Sold as unrooted cutting.
From Two Buttes in southeast Colorado has red, copper and gold spines with flowers of plum, orange and peach. It's quite a showstopper. 8 inches high by 36 inches wide. Sold as unrooted cutting. Zone 4.
This vigorous plant with big green, nearly spineless pads produces hundreds of warm Apricot flowers with golden centers from May-June. Apricot Glory is the most reliable rebloomer from our breeding. Sold as unrooted cutting.
8" high x 48" wide, zone 4 hardy. Kelly Grummons hybrid
What a pretty little Prickly Pear. This form of potsii is unusual with bluish pads and golden spines. The light salmon-colored flowers appear in June on distinctly upright, slender pericarples. Wonderful for the smaller garden as this form only grows to 6" high and 18" wide. I got this strain from Don Campbell in 2005. Zone 5. Available in...
This is likely an Opuntia phaeacantha v. woodsii selection. We received it from a customer years ago. It's a large plant, 12" high x 60" wide. The gorgeous peachy flowers are abundant in June followed by ruby-red, tasty fruit. The pads are blue and the spines are golden. In the winter, the pads take on a plum hue. Zone 5. Sold as unrooted ...
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