Spineless pads are covered with white, yellow or cinnamon-colored tufts of glochids. Pads growing in pairs resemble the ears of a rabbit. Yellow flowers in early summer.
This wavy-leafed prickly pear grows large, so give it room! Yellow flowers appear in the summer. It has no spines, but beware of glochids.
Long narrow pads gove this prickly pear its name. Pads may grow to 4’ long. Large yellow flowers appear in early summer.
Low clumps of cylindrical stems up to 12” tall with large red or pink flowers on this Texas native in early summer. Can grow up to 3’ wide.
One of the most attractive Hedgehog cacti. Cylindrical, low growing stems sport bright red-orange flowers in early summer. Stunning!
Bright yellow spines adorn this globe-shaped cactus. It will produce offsets with age, but may not flower until it is 20 years old.
A tree-like cactus with upright candelabra-like branches. Magenta flowers 3"-4" in diameter appear in early to mid summer.
Thin, upright blue-green leafless stems grow in clumps in well-drained soil. Tiny pink and white flowers occur on the stems in early summer.
Although spineless, beware of the tiny glochids (slivers) that are very irritating to th skin. Yellow flowers appear in early summer. Red fruit (tunas) in late summer.
Low growing prickly pear with pads shaped lik a beaver tail. Magenta blooms appear in early summer. Spineless but beware of glochids.
Hesperaloe parviflora \”Perpa\” A compact version of the native Red Yucca with bright red blooms. It rarely forms seedpods, which means a prolonged flowering season over the summmer. Excelllent for planting in pots, as it is cold hardy to -10°F. Size: 2\’ x 2\’-3\’ Zone: 5
Yucca pallida This low clumping yucca can eventually form wide clumps with up to 30 heads. Tall flower stalks with pure white bell-shaped floweres are produced in the late spring. Size: 1’-2’ x 1’-3’ Zone: 6