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We sell species of adansonia, adenia, adenium, asclepiads, agave, aloe, anacampseros, avonia, bursera, commiphora, dorstenia, euphorbia, fouquieria ...

Alwayssummerherbs is a local, woman-owned family business whose mission it is to provide our clients with the highest quality herb plants, honey ...

Since 1950, we've been growing a wide range of ornamental plant varieties, and delivering them to gardeners all over the country.

Specialize in cacti and succulents

Taylor greenhouses offers an ever-expanding selection of over 1,500 healthy, rare, and exotic pest-free plants.

We offer a huge selection of cactus and succulents, also many other desert plants. we also have a wide array of pottery and garden art to choose...

It has been a great pleasure and lifelong experience engaging with these exotic plants over the past 30 years. we have also experience a phenomenal...

We are enthusiastic hobbyists that grow cacti & succulents for the collector, specializing in the rare & uncommon, along with the very interesting &...

Our families were cacti and succulent collectors, as children we learned to cultivate, propagate and care for them as a hobby. now we are dedicated...

Peekskill nurseries specializes in ground covers

Lawyer nursery produce deciduous seedlings and transplants, rootstocks, shrubs and conifers.

Main focus of our business concentrates on specimen succulent plants and seedlings from tropical africa, southern africa and madagascar.

Specialize in arizona cactuss

Lithops, mesembs, other succulents and cacti

Bluestem nursery specializes in ornamental grasses and willows

Cold hardy cactus, succulents, and perennials for the rock gardening enthusiast.

We carry over 600 high-quality varieties, including hundreds of heirlooms and certified organic seed, that has been tested several times for high...

Just some folks in the hills who grow a really unusual cactus plant.

Salt spring seeds grows a variety of vegetables and grains, including: peas, beans, oats, wheats, quinoa, peppers, corn, cucumbers and more