I propagate many arid adapted cactus and succulent species as well as veggie/herb starts. Below is a current list of the plants I have for purchase. I will have more plants available starting spring 2017.
- Agave americana
- Begonia - angelwing
- Bryophyllum delagoense (Mother of Millions)
- Opuntia microdasys (Bunny Ear Prickly Pear)
- Pereskiopsis (2 species)
- Stapelia spp.
I am a Certified Master Gardener and specialize in low water use systems and native, edible landscape design. Ray Clamons of Xylon Designs and I collaborate to bring you great design options for low water use landscapes, graywater systems, rainwater harvesting features, and native and edible plants based on your personal tastes. Contact me with your quote to see how we can enhance your outdoor spaces.
Closeup of Yard
This is just a taste of what you can grow in and around Tucson. There are many arid adapted plants that bear fruit, including this Cereus fruit (left) and Prickly Pear tunas (right). You can also grow very productive gardens year round and control your water use with a variety of irrigation methods. Contact me for tips on harvesting desert goodies or growing your own food in your backyard. It's fun and rewarding any way you go!
Cereus fruit harvest, a relative of the Dragonfruit. A tasty desert treat.
Me with a big basket of summer veggies at the Community Food Bank Nuestra Tierra Garden.
Prickly pear fruits, aka Tunas. A luscious summertime treat, great for making jellies and drinks.