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A Resource Guide for Native Agaves, Cacti, and Yuccas

Articles: A Resource Guide for Native Agaves, Cacti, and Yuccas

As a companion to Stephen Ingram’s article on the cacti, agaves, and yuccas of California and Nevada in the July 2008 issue of Pacific Horticulture, we offer the following resource guide to sources of plants and further information about these spiny natives, adapted from the appendixes of Ingram’s Cacti, Agaves, and Yuccas of California and Nevada (Timber Press, 2008).

Nursery Sources
The following nurseries stock a good selection of native succulents and are reliable sources of nursery grown plants.

Cactus Canyon Succulent Nursery
33439 Couser Canyon Road
Valley Center, CA 92082
760/742-1308
www.cactus-canyon.com
Online catalog; retail sales by appointment

Cactus Jungle
1509 Fourth Street
Berkeley, CA 94710
510/558-8650
www.cactusjungle.com
Online catalog; walk-in sales only

El Nativo Growers, Inc
200 S Peckham Road
Azusa, CA 91702
https://www.elnativogrowers.com/
Online catalog; retail sales by email only

Grigsby Cactus Gardens
2325-2354 Bella Vista Drive
Vista, CA 92084-7836
760/727-1323
www.cactus-mall.com/grigsby
Online catalog, mail order, and walk-in

High Country Gardens
2902 Rufina Street
Santa Fe, NM 87507-2929
800/925-9387
www.hig...

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