Cacti and succulents
Medium to large cactus prized for their interesting shape and showy flowers. Ribbed and formidably spiny, they are globular when young, cylindrical with increasing age.
Native to Southern California, Nevada, Arizona, and Baja California, this barrel cactus grows slowly to 8 or 9 ft. tall, 3 ft. wide. Yellow to orange, bell-shaped flowers, 3 in. across, bloom midspring into summer. Plant grows faster on its shady side than on sunny side, producing a curve toward the south.Ferocactus wislizenii
Native to Arizona, Texas, and Mexico. Grows to 8–9 ft. tall and 3 ft. wide, with yellow or yellow-edged red flowers in summer.
Native to the Southwest. Rounded, aromatic (sap is fragrant), stiff-branched shrub with silvery, ...
Native to Arizona, western Texas, New Mexico, and northern Mexico. Densely tufted plant, similar to
California native of variable appearance, with glossy bluish green foliage and crowded spikes of narro...