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  • Rare*GIANT RED MEXICAN BARREL CACTUS*5 seeds*#1151

    5 GIANT RED MEXICAN BARREL CACTUS SEEDS Ferocactus Pilosus,"GIANT RED MEXICAN BARREL CACTUS" or is a Fiery Red and Orange Spined Clumping barrel cactus, up to 8 feet tall (2.4 m) from Central Mexico (Nuevo Leon). Ferocactus Pilosus, or "RED MEXICAN BARREL CACTUS " is an easy cactus to grow and maintain - it requires little to moderate water when established. Flowers are a very fiery yellow to red. Protect from frost. Recommended Temperature Zone: USDA: 8b-11. Frost Tolerance: Hardy to 15°F. Minimum Avg.

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  • 25 Candy Barrel Cacti Seeds

    25 Candy Barrel Cacti Seeds Ferocactus wislizeni Fishhook Barrel Cactus, Southwestern Barrel Cactus, Wislizenii foots Cactus Description : A cylindrical cactus, Candy Barrel Cactus or Fishhook Barrel Cactus sometimes reaches 10 ft. in height and 2 ft. in diameter. Flowers, in shades of orange, grow in successive wreaths on the crown of the plant. Yellow fruits follow. Flower : August to September. Habitat : Deserts; grasslands; rocky areas. Bark : A green, leathery thick skin with 25 prominent vertical

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  • Echinocactus grusonii (Barrel Cactus) seeds

    Echinocactus grusonii (Barrel Cactus) seeds Echinocactus grusonii (Barrel Cactus) seeds ecgrsd Echinocactus grusonii (Barrel Cactus) seeds Details Echinocactus grusonii (Barrel Cactus) seeds Golden Barrel Cactus

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  • Golden Barrel Cactus - Echinocactus grusonii - 3.25" Pot

    CACTUS : Cactus, the common name for a family of desert plants. The plural is cacti or cactuses. Most species bear sharp, needlelike spines, which protect the plants from foraging desert animals. Cacti are famed for their ability to resist drought, which they owe to the fact that moisture from inside the plant evaporates very slowly through the plant's skin. Cacti grow in hundreds of different shapes. The fibrous, juicy stems may be globular, cylindrical, branched, trailing and vinelike, ribbed, grooved, or

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  • Echinocactus Species Mix Seeds - Includes Golden Barrel Cactus - Barrel Cactus

    This is a "Multiple Variation" style listing. Use the "Choose Quantity" drop-down menu, above, to select Quantity, Weight, Amount of Seeds .Choose from: 40+ Seeds for $5.88 (Pkt. Size) 250+ Seeds for $21.68 500+ Seeds for $32.98 1,000+ Seeds for $48.28 Echinocactus is a genus of large barrel-shaped cacti, usually with large spines and small flowers.This mix includes different variety of Barrel cacti.Barrel cactus is the common name for Echinocactus and Ferocactus Origin: Central Mexico Up to 6

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  • Golden Barrel Seeds - Echinocactus grusonii

    One of the most hardy of all the cactus, the golden barrel's graceful yellow spines look stunning year to year. The cactus slowly grows to 3 feet tall and just as wide. Older golden barrels will produce offspring/shoots, making clusters. This cactus looks great when planted in groups. A true ornament of any arid landscape, the golden barrel cactus has striking green spines and bright yellow spikes.

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    Ornament, Wide, Landscape, Bright
  • Echinocactus grusonii alba (Barrel Cactus) seeds

    Echinocactus grusonii alba (Barrel Cactus) seeds Echinocactus grusonii alba (Barrel Cactus) seeds ecgralbsd Echinocactus grusonii alba (Barrel Cactus) seeds Details Echinocactus grusonii alba (Barrel Cactus) seeds

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  • Golden Barrel Cactus Seed Packet

    Golden Barrel Cactus Seed Packet [01054] The Golden Barrel Cactus (Echinocactus grusonii), also called "Mother-In-Law's Cushion", is a globular plant found in the desert southwest. Golden Barrels are often used in xeriscapes. The spines on the cactus are initially golden-yellow, later becoming a shade of white. The small flowers are yellow on the inside and appear like a crown around the apex. These will bloom in the spring and summer.

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  • Golden Barrel Cactus Seeds

    Golden Barrel Cactus Seeds Golden Barrel Cactus Seeds The Golden Barrel Cactus grows very slowly and has golden-yellow spines covering it. Contains 20 seeds and information packet. Standard seed packet measures 3.25x4.65. Minimum of 48 Product Reviews

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  • Echinocactus mixed species - Barrel Cactus

    This listing is for a pack of 25 seeds.This is a mixture of the Mexican Barrel cactus. Native to Meixco and the Southern USA, these are a group of medium to large barrel cactus grown more for their form than their flowers. Contain a blend of all the species from the giant Echinocactus ingens (often used as a sacrificial altar by the Aztecs) to the dwarf Echinocactus (Homocephala) texensis.Like many barrel cacti, these are slow growing species, perhaps taking 7 -10 years before it flowers. Flowe

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  • Ferocactus wislizeni - The Candy Barrel Cactus

    Pack of 25 seeds.This is a slow growing member of the Barrel Cactus family, originally from the Southwestern deserts of the USA, but now fairly widespread as an ornamental specimen, where ever cactus are grown outdoors..Not as fiercely spined as some of its relatives, it nonetheless possesses an arsenal of spines that will keep all but the most curious at bay. It produces showy orange flowers in the spring, followed by pineapple shaped edible fruits, that are widely used in the form of Cactus C

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  • Cactus Seeds, 4 Pack Strip

    Cactus Seeds, 4 Pack Strip Cactus Seeds, 4 Pack Strip Use these seeds to create your own cactus garden! Includes Mixed Cactus, Giant Saguaro, Golden Barrel, and Organ Pipe seed packets. Minimum of 6 Pieces Product Reviews

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  • Seeds Ferocactus wislizenii (Fishhook barrel)

    Seeds Ferocactus wislizenii (Fishhook barrel) Mature plants best for full sun. Ferocactus wislizenii (Fishhook barrel). Heat tolerant. Little or no water. Hardy to 5o F. Solitary barrel grows to 6' tall; 2' diameter. Native to Arizona, northern Mexico. Pack of 100 Ferocactus wislizenii seeds $2 Pack of 500 Ferocactus wislizenii seeds $5 Pack of 1000 Ferocactus wislizenii seeds $8 Pack of 5000 Ferocactus wislizenii seeds $30 Pack of 10000 Ferocactus wislizenii seeds $55 Pack of 20000 Ferocactus

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  • Echinopsis formosa var. amaichensis 'Tafi del Valle' (Argentine Barrel Cactus)

    > Echinopsis formosa var. amaichensis 'Tafi del Valle' Echinopsis formosa var. amaichensis 'Tafi del Valle' (Argentine Barrel Cactus) Item# 1880 Our offering of Echinopsis formosa var. amaichensis comes from our friends at Yucca Do (collection #D26-55), but originally came from seed from 9,000' elevation in Argentina's northern Tucuman Province. For us, Echinopsis formosa var. amaichensis has survived our brutal 2014 winter in great shape. Echinopsis formosa var. amaichensis makes a 1' tall x 1' wide thick

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  • Echinocactus grusonii - The Golden Barrel Cactus

    This listing is for a pack of 25 seeds.This is a very beautiful cactus, grown primarily for its form and the golden spines. It is strange to consider that this very widely grown cactus, perhaps the most widely grown, is now almost extinct in the wild. It grew almost exclusively in one location in Mexico and when this valley was flooded to form a reservoir, the government relocated many of the plants - but this still left the plants natural habitat devoid of this formerly common cactus. Like many

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  • Echinocactus grusonii (Barrel Cactus) - 20 seeds

    You are buying 20 seeds of Echinocactus grusonii (Barrel Cactus). They germinate at high temperatures and high air humidity. Use a soil mixture of 50% potting soil and 50% coarse sand or use a regular cactus mix with extra sand or pumice for drainage. Germination should take 7-14 days. Slowly Start ventilation when most seeds have germinated. Please add my shop as a & #x2665 ;FAVORITE & #x2665 ; so you can find me!

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  • California Mixed Cactus Postcard

    California Mixed Cactus Postcard [01171] In the deserts of the Southwest can be found some fascinating plants called cacti. The plants come in many shapes and sizes. They have names like Hairy Old Man, Hedge Hog, Golden Barrel, Star Cactus, Organ Pipe, and the Giant Saguaro. Cactus require very little care and can be grown very well in dish gardens, terrariums, pots or in warm frost-free areas outdoors. Some varieties come up in as little as 3 days and some as long as 3 weeks. Many varieties bloom and

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  • Ferocactus hamatacanthus (Texas Barrel Cactus)

    > Ferocactus hamatacanthus Ferocactus hamatacanthus (Texas Barrel Cactus) Item# 7663 This native TX barrel cactus has proven to be reliably hardy in our trials, so we are offering plants grown from Yucca Do seed collected in Alpine, TX. The 1' wide barrels with downward-curving spines are topped, in late spring, with yellow helichrysum-like flowers. The plant from which we gathered the seed was growing in a dry, rocky, alkaline site, but the offspring have been equally happy in our amended acidic clay.

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  • Mixed Barrel Seeds

    Mixed Barrel Seeds Mixed Barrel Seeds The Barrel cacti are always cylindrical and are usually among the largest cacti of the North American deserts. Contains a mix of different types of barrel cacti and an information packet. Standard seed packet measures 3.25x4.65, postcard seed packet measures 4x6.5. Choose Standard Seed Packet or Postcard Standard Postcard (+ $0.50) Product Reviews

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  • Mixed Barrel Cactus 20 Seeds - Ferocactus

    CACTUS : Cactus, the common name for a family of desert plants. The plural is cacti or cactuses. Most species bear sharp, needlelike spines, which protect the plants from foraging desert animals. Cacti are famed for their ability to resist drought, which they owe to the fact that moisture from inside the plant evaporates very slowly through the plant's skin. Cacti grow in hundreds of different shapes. The fibrous, juicy stems may be globular, cylindrical, branched, trailing and vinelike, ribbed, grooved, or

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  • Echinocactus Grusonii - 100 seeds - Golden Barrel Cactus

    Echinocactus Grusonii - Mother in Laws Cushion Cactus 100 Seeds Echinocactus grusonii is a well known species of cactus native to central Mexico, it is popularly known as the Golden Barrel Cactus, Golden Ball or, amusingly, Mother-in-Law's Cushion. One of the most popular cacti in cultivation. Growing as a large roughly spherical globe, it may eventually reach over a meter in height and diameter after many years. There may be up to 35 pronounced ribs in mature plants, though they are not evident in

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  • Grand Canyon Mixed Cactus Postcard

    Grand Canyon Mixed Cactus Postcard [01122] In the deserts of the Southwest can be found some fascinating plants called cacti. The plants come in many shapes and sizes. They have names like Hairy Old Man, Hedge Hog, Golden Barrel, Star Cactus, Organ Pipe, and my favorite the Giant Saguaro. Cactus require very little care and can be grown very well in dish gardens, terrariums, pots or in warm frost-free areas outdoors. Some varieties come up in as little as 3 days and some as long as 3 weeks. Many varieties

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  • Thelocactus Mixed Species - Seeds

    Pack of 25 seeds.This is a group of small to medium sized cactus originating from Mexico. They are smaller 'cousins' of the Ferocactus and for this reason are sometimes known as the dwarf barrel cactus. Whereas Ferocactus have ribs, these have tubercles. Usually solitary stemmed, some will cluster with age.They flower when still quite small and are far easier to encourage to flower than are their larger relations. Flowering can occur at any time during the summer (unlike many species which j

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  • Cactus Garden Seeds

    Cactus Garden Seeds 105140- Cactus Description In the deserts of the Southwest can be found some fascinating plants called cacti. The plants come in many shapes and sizes. They have names like Hairy Old Man, Hedge Hog, Golden Barrel, Star Cactus, Organ Pipe, and the Giant Saguaro. Cactus require very little care and can be grown very well in dish gardens, terrariums, pots or in warm frost-free areas outdoors. Some varieties come up in as little as 3 days and some as long as 3 weeks. Many varieties bloom

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  • Echinocactus Grusonii - 20 seeds - Golden Barrel Cactus

    Echinocactus Grusonii - Mother in Laws Cushion Cactus 20 Seeds Echinocactus grusonii is a well known species of cactus native to central Mexico, it is popularly known as the Golden Barrel Cactus, Golden Ball or, amusingly, Mother-in-Law's Cushion. One of the most popular cacti in cultivation. Growing as a large roughly spherical globe, it may eventually reach over a meter in height and diameter after many years. There may be up to 35 pronounced ribs in mature plants, though they are not evident in young

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  • Colorado Mixed Cactus Postcard

    $2.00 Colorado Mixed Cactus Postcard [01142] In the deserts of the Southwest can be found some fascinating plants called cacti. The plants come in many shapes and sizes. They have names like Hairy Old Man, Hedge Hog, Golden Barrel, Star Cactus, Organ Pipe, and the Giant Saguaro. Cactus require very little care and can be grown very well in dish gardens, terrariums, pots or in warm frost-free areas outdoors. Some varieties come up in as little as 3 days and some as long as 3 weeks. Many varieties bloom and

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  • Golden Barrel Cactus Kit

    The golden barrel cactus is armed with golden yellow spines. Spines grow from areoles, modified leaf stalks, and are arranged in rows up and down the plant. It quickly grows to about 10cm (4in) in the first few years, then taking many years for it to double its size. In its native Mexico, plants can eventually grow to around 90cm (3ft) wide, but cultivated usually only grow to around 30cm (12in). Feed plants once a month, during the growing season, with a high potash fertiliser. During winter, do not water

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  • New Mexico Mixed Cactus Postcard

    New Mexico Mixed Cactus Postcard [01129] In the deserts of the Southwest can be found some fascinating plants called cacti. The plants come in many shapes and sizes. They have names like Hairy Old Man, Hedge Hog, Golden Barrel, Star Cactus, Organ Pipe, and my favorite the Giant Saguaro. Cactus require very little care and can be grown very well in dish gardens, terrariums, pots or in warm frost-free areas outdoors. Some varieties come up in as little as 3 days and some as long as 3 weeks. Many varieties

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  • Desert Biodome Seeds & Terrarium Kit w/Desert Plants Cacti

    Desert Biodome Seeds & Terrarium Kit w/Desert Plants CactiCreate Your Own Desert Landscape Water Once Every Six Months!Sprouts In One Week and Guaranteed To Grow! Easy to grow and creat your own sandy, dusty desert scene. The Desert Biodome comes complete with variety of cacti and succulents including the Giant Sagauro, Pincushion Cactus, Golden Barrel Cactus, Joshua Tree, Century Plant, and many more. Design a desert landscape with included gravel, sand, and boulders. Easy-to-grow plants will start

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  • Golden Barrel Cactus - Echinocactus grusonii - 2.5" Pot

    Country of Origin: Central Mexico. Description: Originating in Mexico, this popular cactus reaches up to 6 ft (1.8 m) in height and spread. It has a single, globe-shaped, pale green body that stretches upwards in maturity, becoming barrel-shaped. This stem is heavily ribbed with numerous areoles sprouting radial, yellow spines. In summer, larger cacti produce a circle of vivid, yellow flowers from a crown at the top of the plant. Culture: Frost tender but resistant to very dry conditions, they grow best in

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