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Pineapple Express Mangave

Pineapple Express is a cross between a manfreda and agave. This hybrid has dark spiky leaves with burgundy spots. The more sun this plant receives the burgundy spots will become more showy. With leaves 1" wide and tightly packed, it gives it a look of the top of a pineapple. Growing only 9-10" tall with a 16-18" spread, this plant will work on any patio or in a garden. This Managave can freeze, so it does best in a pot.

Dyckia 'Nickel Silver'

This relative of the pineapple family has long succulent leaves with silver and white spines. Flowers in the spring on long spikes with orange blooms. This member of the bromeliad family is the most drought tolerant. When deprived of water, it will go dormant but recovers quickly once it is watered. Grows well in zones 8-11 in average to well drained soil. 12"-24" x 12"-24" in size.

Easter Barrel Cactus

ECHINOPSIS EASTER BARREL CACTUS SHOWY CACTUS THAT HAS A MASSIVE DISPLAY OF SHOWY, LAVENDER-PINK FLOWERS. SUITABLE FOR INDOOR,CONTAINER PLANTING AND ROCK GARDENS. REQUIRES SANDY WELL DRAINED SOIL FOR BEST GROWING. FULL SUN HEAT AND DROUGHT TOLERANT 6"H X 10"W. ZONES 9-11 LITTLE TO NO PRUNING OR FERTILIZER. VERY LITTLE WATER NEEDED

Cow Horn Agave

A very attractive small to medium plant, grows in full sun 2-3' tall by 4-5' wide. The leaves are edged with a large reddish to dark brown teeth.

Red Yucca

Red Yucca is a native to Texas and can be found in most areas of the state. It is remarkably cold hardy in Zones 5-10. Red Yucca is not truly a yucca, but an Agave that has the hardy character of a yucca. This plant will handle almost all weather conditions, including drought conditions. With its red tubular flowers, it's great for attracting bees, hummingbirds and butterflies. Plant red yucca close together for a dramatic showy look, or with a backdrop of dark green or a solid wall to really show off this plant.