THE CACTUS MAN
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A rare, spineless form, 4-6 inches high by 12 inches plus in diameter. Forms multiple heads quickly. Hardy to zone 3. Scarlet flowers, red fruit. Sold in 2.5 inch pot.
Naturita, CO form
A humble little plant from the Great Plains and foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Small plants that occasionally clump. Greenish-gold flowers at the base of the plant in May and June. Dry fruits. 4" high by 6" wide. Hardy to zone 3. Great in rock gardens and troughs.
Common Name: Prairie Hedgehog Cactus
A beautiful, compact, mounding cushion plant with long, dense spicy red spines, pink flowers. 8"H X 12"W. Zone 3. Claude Barr selection. We guess it's a fragilis or rutila hybrid. Sold as unrooted cutting.
Abundant, deep rose flowers in June on very compact, petite plant. 4" high by 18" wide. Zone 3. Dry fruit. Claude Barr Selection. Sold as unrooted cutting.
A compact, mounding cushion-type plant with golden flowers in June. Moderate spination. 8" high by 12" wide. Hardy through zone 3. (Kelly Grummons selection, 2003). May tolerate more water than most Western species. Sold as unrooted cutting.
Named after Claude Barr's home town. An apparent fragilis hybrid (I get the feeling that he used fragilis for its compactness and other species for other characteristics) with golden spines and yellow flowers. 5" high by 24" wide. Hardy through zone 3! Sold as unrooted cutting.
Near-red flowers in June on a beautiful, dwarf cushion, very choice. Plump, round pads. No spines, tiny glochids. 4" high by 18" wide. Zone 3. Excellent in outdoor containers. (Claude Barr selection, Canada?) Dry fruit. Sold as rooted, 2.5" potted plant.
Lemon yellow flowers in June, vigorous grower, large, red, tasty fruit. Fruit is excellent for making jelly, syrup, sorbet or margaritas! 8" high by 36" wide. Zone 3. Collected near Paradox, Colorado. Sold as unrooted cuttings.
Near-white flowers with striking red stamens in June. Compact habit with short, white spines. A polite heirloom garden variety. 6" high by 24" wide. Zone 3. Dry fruit. Claude Barr selection. Sold as unrooted cutting.
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.
Striking CHARTREUSE flowers with green centers in June. 6" high by 24" wide. Selected by Mary Ann Heacock in the Pawnee National Grasslands in eastern Colorado in 1990. One of her favorite selections. Zone 3. Dry fruit. Sold as unrooted cuttings.
A non-flowering, perpetual juvenile form. Snow white, short spines on small pads, 1" wide by 3" long. The tight, carpeting cushion is 3" high by 24 inches wide. Zone 3. Great in the rock garden or in troughs. Kelly Grummons collection from the Pawnee National Grasslands in eastern Colorado in 1990. Sold in 2.5" pots.
A VERY compact plant. Little yellow flowers in June. Cinnamon colored spines. Purple/blue pads in winter. Beautiful! Excellent in pots and in the rock garden. 3" high x 12" wide. Zone 3. Sold as unrooted cutting.
A diminuitive, very compact form with dense, golden spines. Each pad is only 1/2 inch in diameter! Tiny, golden yellow flowers in June. 4" high by 12 inches wide. Zone 3. Sold as unrooted cutting.
Kelly's had this little gem on the stock plant table for years. He received it from a cactus collector who is long gone. Finally, the plant is big enough to share. We have it in 2.5" pots and they are adorable but "fragile" (brittle) as the name would suggest. These should be hardy to at least zone 3. This is from a woodland environment so ...
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