Seeds

Cactus and Succulent Seeds

We have carefully collected together a selection of freshly harvested species, many of which are hard to obtain, and we’re confident that you’ll find something here to interest you. Every species listed has earned its place by offering some outstanding quality – nothing here has been offered just because it’s easily available, they are all plants that we would like to see in our own collection. Most of the plants have exceptionally beautiful or large flowers, while others have interesting shapes or impressive spines.

Cactus Seeds

prices listed are for packets of 10 seeds

NameDescriptionPrice 
ASTROPHYTUM ASTERIAS

very attractive plants, round with no spines,

they are patterned with white dots and closely

resemble sea urchins.

The large, yellow flowers are red centred

making this one of the choicest members

of this group

£0.50 
ASTROPHYTUM CAPRICORNE

superb, white-speckled body, black “goat-horn”

spines. Large yellow flowers

£0.45 
ASTROPHYTUM MYRIOSTIGMA

called the “Bishop’s Cap Cactus” because of its 5

angular ribs. It is a very attractive plant,

covered in white dots and completely

spineless. It has large yellow flowers

£0.45 
ASTROPHYTUM ORNATUM

curved spines, body strongly speckled with white

dots, light yellow flowers.

A very good looking plant

£0.45 
CARNEGIA GIGANTEA

the large branching and famous ‘Cowboy cactus’,

but don’t worry it takes years to grow to its full size!

£0.45 
CEREUS PERUVIANUS

tall growing blue-green columns with 6 to 8 ribs.

Large white flowers on old specimens.

In recent years this plant has got the reputation

for absorbing rays emitted from computer

screens.

Whether or not it is true, we do not know, but

we have sold many of these plants to a big

insurance company!

£0.45 
COPIAPOA HYPOGAEA

very dramatic black plants with black spines

and contrasting yellow flowers tinged pink

£0.65 
COPIAPOA TENUISSIMA

striking olive-green species with grey

spines and yellowish pink flowers

£0.65 
ECHINOCEREUS REICHENBACHII BAILEYII

white spines tinged pink, large light purple

flowers. Hardy outside in the UK

£0.55 
ECHINOCEREUS TRIGLOCHIDIATUS

sparse, but long white and black spines.

Long lasting deep red to salmon flowers.

Hardy outside in the UK

£0.55 
ECHINOCEREUS VIRIDIFLORUS

offsetting and producing unusual yellowish-green flowers.

Hardy outside in the UK in a well drained rockery.

£0.55 
GYMNOCALYCIUM BALDIANUM

dark grey to bluish green plants with

magnificent flowers in shades of red and maroon.

One of the best gymnocalyciums

£0.45 
GYMNOCALYCIUM BRUCHII

choice miniature, clustering species with lilac

flowers

£0.45 
GYMNOCALYCIUM OCCULTUM

rare, slow growing, brown-bodied species

with red and white flowers

£0.55 
HAMATOCACTUS SETISPINUSyellow flowers with red centre produced throughout the year. Globular plants£0.50 
HILDERWINTERIA AUREISPINA

branching pendant stems producing orange-pink

flowers which last for several days and nights

£0.65 
LEUCHTENBERGIA PRINCIPIS

a most peculiar species and the only member of

this genus. Hugely elongated blue grey t

ubercles with raffia like spines.

Silken yellow flowers. Rare.

£0.50 
LOPHOPHORA WILLIAMSII

rare and difficult to obtain. Grey blue body,

pink flowers. The Peyote cactus formerly

used by North American tribes in ceromonies.

£1.30 
MAMMILLARIA BOMBYCINAlight carmine flowers, very attractive spines£0.45 
MAMMILLARIA DIXANTHOCENTRON

attractive, symmetrical, white spined plants

bearing light red flowers.

Columnar with age

£0.50 
MAMMILLARIA HAHNIANA

desirable species with long white hairs,

turkey-red flowers. Robust and easy to grow.

£0.45 
MAMMILLARIA PILCAYENS

recommended for its freely produced,

numerous rings of purple flowers

£0.55 
MAMMILLARIA SENILIS

one of the most beautiful of all cacti.

Fluffy white plants completely covered

in silvery white spines. Mature plants cluster.

Large red flowers.

£0.50 
MAMMILLARIA ZEILMANNIANA

superb freely-flowering species with rings

of lilac flowers. One of the best mammillarias

for a long and showy display of flowers

£0.45 
NOTOCACTUS UEBELMANNIANUS

a fine looking, glossy, dark green cactus with

wavy spines flattened against the plant

and sometimes interlacing.

Glossy, wine red flowers

£0.55 
PARODIA LAUII

superb species with salmon reddish, glossy

flowers tipped carmine, shading to yellow,

orange and red

£0.55 
PARODIA SANGUINIFLORA

spiral ribs covered in fine, white, bristly spines.

Large, bright red, glossy flowers

£0.45 
PELECYPHORA VALDEZIANA

miniature rarity with hair-like feathery spines

and violet-pink flowers

£0.95 
REBUTIA KIESLINGIIclustering plants with large orange flowers£0.50 
REBUTIA MUSCULA

an outstanding species with dense white spines

and bright orange flowers. Choice

£0.45 
REBUTIA SENILIS KESSELRINGIANA

unusual yellow-flowered form of this fine

species. It is covered in fine, glassy-white spines.

£0.50 
REBUTIA VIOLACIFLORAmagnificent large lilac-purple flowers£0.45 
SETIECHINOPSIS MIRABILIS

remarkable brown-purple plants with cream

flowers on a very long stem. The flowers are

perfumed and open at night. Easy to grow

and flower

£0.45 
THELOCACTUS BICOLOR

attractively coloured spines and large,

deep pink flowers often produced a few

times each year

£0.45 
TRICHOCEREUS BRIDGESSII

tall growing, dark green cylindrical stems.

Huge, 18cm long white flowers.

Rapid grower, can be used for grafting

£0.45 
TRICHOCEREUS PACHANOI

bluish-green branching columns.

Large white flowers with blackish hairs.

One of the best stocks for grafting slower-growing cacti

£0.50 
TRICHOCEREUS PERUVIANUS

bluish green ‘frosted’ ribbed columns

up to few metres tall eventually.

Very long white flowers.

£0.50 

Succulent Seeds

prices listed are for packets of 10 seeds

NameDescriptionPrice 
AGAVE UTAHENSIS

grey-green tapering leaves forming rosettes

up to 70cm across. Hardy outside in the

UK in a well-drained site

£0.50 
ALOINOPSIS SCHOONESII

peculiar plants with dark green to blue-green

almost spherical leaves.

The flowers are yellowish to red and

have a silky, glossy surface.

Very unusual plants!

£0.45 
ALOINOPSIS SETIFERA

bluish-green, thick-leaved succulents related

to Lithops. Golden yellow to salmon

pink flowers. Hardy outside in many

parts of the UK.

£0.45 
ARGYRODERMA DELAETII

consists of two half-egg shaped leaves and

produces a large daisy like flower from the

junction. White, purple and yellow are all

possible flower colours

£0.50 
CONOPHYTUM CHRISTIANSENIANUM

blue-green plants with two lobes.

Large yellow flowers

£0.45 
FENESTRARIA AURANTIACA

curious windowed plants with

golden yellow flowers

£0.45 
FRITHIA PULCHRA

‘windowed’ grey clustering stems

with flowers of various colours,

usually purple with white centre.

Very nice!

£0.50 
LAPIDARIA MARGARETAE

clumping, reddish grey plants resembling

Lithops. Golden yellow flowers, turning

reddish when fading.

An attractive species

£0.50 
TACITUS BELLUM

Olive green rosettes with large vivid red

flowers. (Sometimes listed in the genus

Graptopetalum)

£0.80 
TITANOPSIS CALCAREA

encrusted blue grey leaves forming a rosette,

golden yellow flowers. Something different.

Hardy in well drained site in milder

parts of the UK.

£0.50 

Lithops Seeds

prices listed are for packets of 10 seeds

NameDescriptionPrice 
AUCAMPIAE

reddish brown with darker brown lines

and mottling. Yellow flowers

£0.50 
BROMFIELDII V INSULARIS

dark translucent green with red spots

and lines

£0.50 
COMPTONII

clump forming. Grey-brown with olive

green blotches and patches. Yellow flowers.

£0.50 
DOROTHEA

pinkish-yellow body, translucent windows

with small islands with red dots and lines; yellow flowers

£0.50 
KARASMONTANA BELLA

pale yellowish ochre with grey feathered

lines and patches. White flowers

£0.50 
KARASMONTANA V SUMMITATUM

brick red to orange with branching

grooves. White flowers.

£0.50 
LOCALIS

browny green with olive green dots

on top, grey sides. Yellow flowers

£0.50 
OTZENIANA

forms large clumps. Grey background

with olive-green patches. Yellow flowers

£0.50 
PSEUDOTRUNCATELLA

brownish grey to pale grey; flowers

golden yellow, occasionally white

£0.50 
PSEUDOTRUNCATELLA V GROENDRAYENSIS

greyish-white patterned with dark,

very fine dots and lines.

Yellow flowers

£0.50 
SCHWANTESII V RUGOSA

orange-brown with grey and reddish-brown

lines and curls.

Yellow flower

£0.50 
TURBINIFORMIS V SUBFENESTRATA

violet brown. Yellow flowers

£0.50 
VERRUCULOSA

slowly clustering heads coloured blue-grey

with reddish tints.

Sometimes with red dots and rough

undulations. Flowers are peach to white

£0.50 
VILLETTII

green grey to violet grey with distinct

windows. Flowers grey-whit

£0.50 

Seed Collections

NameDescriptionPrice 
ALL THE CACTI
(37 SPECIES)
a packet of 10 seeds for each species – 37 species x 10 = 370 seeds£19.25 
ALL THE SUCCULENTS
(10 SPECIES)
a packet of 10 seeds for each species – 10 species x 10 = 100 seeds£5.00 
ALL THE LITHOPS
(14 SPECIES)
a packet of 10 seeds for each species – 14 species x 10 = 140 seeds£6.75 
ALL THE SEEDS
(61 SPECIES)
a packet of 10 seeds for each species – 61 species x 10 = 610 seeds£30.50