More new plants arriving at Peacock Horticultural Nursery today. It must be spring.

Leucospermum ‘Tango’

New plants include:

  • Aeonium arboretum ‘Electra’ – Purple Pinwheel – Grows to about 2′ with purple rosettes of leaves to about 6″.  Hardy to about 27 F.  Full sun near the coast and part shade inland.
  • Aeonium ‘Mint Saucer’ – Green Aeonium – Mounding 2 -3′ feet with large rosettes of green leaves.  Prefers cool sun to part sun.  Hardy to 25 – 30 F.
  • Aeonium pseudotabuliforme – Green Platters – A low growing plant with flattened rosettes of green leaves.  Perfers cool sun or part shade.  Hardy to about 25 F
  • Aeonium ‘Sunburst’ – Copper Pinwheel – Grows to 2′ tall with rosettes of variegated green and white leaves edged in coppery red.  Prefer cool sun to part shade.  Hardy to about 28 F.
  • Agapanthus ‘Twister’ – Green strappy leaves  making a 2′ mound with white flowers with a dark blue violet base in summer.  Hardy to 15 – 20 F.
  • Agave bracteosa ‘Monterey Frost’ – Frosted Candelabrum Agave – To about 1′  tall and 1 – 2′ wide with creamy white leaf margins.  Prefers cool sun to part shade,  Hardy to about 20 F.
  • Aloe Africana –  Spiny Aloe – Solitary tree-like Aloe to 6′ or more producing flowers yellow and orange flowers January thru March. Grows in full sun with little summer water once established.  Hardy to about 25 F.
  • Aloe ‘Delta Lights’ – Aloe deltoideodonta hybrid – A suckering Aloe to about 18″ x 2′ with beautiful green and white leaves.  Best in morning sun. Hardy to about 25 F.
  • Anigozanthus ‘Bush Ranger’ – Dwarf Kangaroo Paw – Grows to about 2′ with red flowers.  Plant in full sun.  Hardy to about 25 – 30 F.
  • Arctostaphylos densiflora ‘Howard McMinn’ – Manzanita – Native shrub to 7 – 10′ tall and wide with beautiful red bark and pink flowers in winter/spring.  Hardy to 0 – 10 F.
  • Cercis canadensis ‘Merlot’ – Eastern Redbud – A deciduous tree to 10 – 15 feet tall and wide with burgundy leaves and rose pink flowers in spring.  Leaves will fade to green by summer and yellow fall color.  Plant in full sun to light shade.  Hardy to 0 F.
  • Chondropetalum tectorum Thick – Cape Rush – Restio forming dense grass-like clumps to 3 – 6′ tall.  Grows in full sun to light shade with low water needs once established.  Hardy to 20 – 25 F.
  • Crassula capitella ‘Red Pagoda’ – Small scale groundcover succulent growing 7″ tall and 18″ wide with staked red-edged leaves.  Grow in full sun to get the best red coloring. Hardy to about 20 – 25 F.
  • Dyckia ‘Naked Lady’ – A terrestrial bromeliad with green plastic-looking leaves to 1′ tall and 1 – 2′ wide.  No spines along the leaf margins, but very sharp leaf tips.  Best grown in part sun (Morning sun).  Supposedly hardy to 20 F, but I have experienced damage to the plant, so perhaps needs to be dry in winter if you experience temperatures below freezing.
  • Echeveria colorata ‘Mexican Giant’ – Echeveria colorata forma brandtii selection – A large succulent forming powdering white rosettes with tinges of pink to about 1′ across.  Can be grown in full sun to part shade.  Hardy to 25 F.
  • Euphorbia leucodendron – Cat Tails Euphorbia – A spineless succulent shrub to 4 – 6′ or more.  Grow in full sun to light shade.  Hardy to about 25 F.  Very low water needs.  Caution: Sap may be irritating.  Do not touch face or eyes if exposed to the milky white sap.
  • Grevillea ‘Kings Fire’ – Shrub to 4 – 6′ with 4″ long orange-red flowers that appear nearly year-round.  Plant in full sun. Hardy to 20 – 25 F.  Low water needs once established.  Avoid fertilizers containing phosphorus.  Origin:  Australia
  • Hakea francisiana – Grass-leaf Hakea – Large shrub to 10 – 16′ with 4″ long racemes of deep pink flowers in winter to spring.  Plant in full sun.  Hardy to 18 F.  Low water needs once established.  Origin: Australia
  • Leucadendron ‘Safari Goldstrike’  – Yellow Conebush – Growing to about 6′ tall with yellow bracts “flowers” in winter/spring.  Grow in full sun.  Hardy to 20 – 25 F.  Low water needs once established.  Great cut flowers.
  • Leucospermum ‘Brandi de la Cruz’ – Sky-rocket Pincushion – Shrub to 4 – 7′ with orange-red in late winter to early spring.  Best grown in full sun.  Hardy to about 25 F.  Low water needs once established. Mulch to retain moisture and keep root zone cool. Avoid fertilizers containing phosphorus. Origin: Australia
  • Leucospermum ‘California Sunshine’ – Pincushion – Shrub to 4 – 6′ with orange in late winter to early spring. Best grown in full sun. Hardy to about 25 F. Low water needs once established. Mulch to retain moisture and keep root zone cool. Avoid fertilizers containing phosphorus. Origin: Australia
  • Leucospermum cuneiforme ‘Goldie’ – Pincushion – Shrub to 4 – 6′ with golden yellow flowers in late winter to early spring. Best grown in full sun. Hardy to about 25 F. Low water needs once established. Mulch to retain moisture and keep root zone cool. Avoid fertilizers containing phosphorus. Origin: Australia
  • Leucospermum ‘High Gold’ – Nodding Pincushion – Shrub to 6 x 6′ with bright yellow flowers in late winter to early spring. Best grown in full sun. Hardy to about 28 F. Low water needs once established. Mulch to retain moisture and keep root zone cool. Avoid fertilizers containing phosphorus. Origin: Australia
  • Leucospermum ‘Scarlet Ribbons’ – Nodding Pincushion – Shrub to 4 – 5′ + with or salmon colored flowers in late winter to early spring. Best grown in full sun. Hardy to about 25 F. Low water needs once established. Mulch to retain moisture and keep root zone cool. Avoid fertilizers containing phosphorus. Origin: Australia
  • Leucospermum  ‘Tango’ – Pincushion – Shrub to 6′ – 8′ with orange-red in late winter to early spring. Best grown in full sun. Hardy to about 24 F. Low water needs once established. Mulch to retain moisture and keep root zone cool. Avoid fertilizers containing phosphorus. Origin: Australia
  • Leucospermum ‘Veldfire’ – Pincushion – Shrub to 6′ x 6′ with yellow and orange flowers in late winter to early spring. Best grown in full sun. Hardy to about 25 F. Low water needs once established. Mulch to retain moisture and keep root zone cool. Avoid fertilizers containing phosphorus. Origin: Australia
  • Mangave ‘Freckles and Speckles’ – A complex hybrid of Agaves and Manfredas producing an 8″ x 18″ succulent with mint green leaves with a lavender overlay and dark spots (spots best in full sun).  Plant in full to part day sun.  Hardy to about 20 F.
  • Mangave ‘Mayan Queen’ – A complex hybrid of Agaves and Manfredas producing an 15″ x 3′ succulent with frosty silver-gray leaves with a dark purple mottled overlay  (best color in full sun). Plant in full to part day sun. Hardy to about 20 – 25 F.
  • Melaleuca incana – Gray Honey-myrtle – A 10′ x 10′ shrub with light yellow bottlebrush flowers in spring to summer.  Plant in full sun and hardy to about 20 – 25 F.  Needs little water once established, but looks better with occasional watering.
  • Mimulus ‘Fiesta Marigold’ – Monkeyflower – Perennial to 1 – 2′ with orange flowers  Plant in full to part sun and hardy to about 20 F.
  • Monstera deliciosa – Split-leaf Philodendron – Large tropical vine making a beautiful houseplant for bright indirect light. Hardy to about 28 – 30 F.
  • Pachypodium lamerei –  Madagascar Palm – to 6′ as indoor plant, larger in frost free areas outside. Needs protection from frost.  Grow in bright light.  Water regularly in summer and sparingly in winter.
  • Phlebodium aureum ‘Mandaianum’ – Blue Star Fern – Fern growing to 2 – 3′ with blue fronds.  Hardy to about 25 F.  Plant in full to part shade.
  • Sansevieria cylindrica ‘Starfish’ (Sansevieria cylindrica v patula ‘Boncel’) – Snakeplant – Plants grow 6 – 12″ with fat leaves.  Makes a great houseplant for bright light.  Hardy to 30 -32 F.  Plants dislike wet, soggy soil and may be prone to rot if to wet.  Water very sparingly or not at all in winter.
  • Sansevieria ‘Superclone’- Snakeplant – Plants grow 3 – 4′ with blue-gray leaves. Makes a great houseplant for bright light. Hardy to 30 -32 F. Plants dislike wet, soggy soil and may be prone to rot if to wet. Water very sparingly or not at all in winter.
  • Sansevieria zeylanica – Snakeplant – Plants grow 3 – 4′ with stripped leaves. Makes a great houseplant for bright light. Hardy to 30 -32 F. Plants dislike wet, soggy soil and may be prone to rot if to wet. Water very sparingly or not at all in winter.
  • Stapelia sp. – Small succulent for part sun. Large dark colored flowers that smell like rotting flesh.  In winter avoid frost and keep plants dry.
  • Stetsonia coryne – Argentine Toothpick Cactus – Large columnar cactus to 30′ with white flowers blooming at night.  Hardy to 18 F.  Drought tolerant.
  • Trickocereus terscheckii (syn Echinopsis terscheckii) – Argentine “Saguaro” – Large columnar cactus to 15′ – 20′ with white flowers.  Hardy to 15 F.  Very drought tolerant.

Aeonium arboreum ‘Electra’

Aeonium ‘Sunburst’

Agave bracteosa ‘Monterrey Frost

Aloe ‘Delta Lights’

Anigozanthos ‘Bush Ranger’

Dyckia ‘Naked Lady’

Leucospermum ‘Goldie’

Mangave ‘Freckles and Speckles

Mangave ‘Mayan Queen’

Stetsonia coryne

Trichocereus terscheckii

 

More new plants today at Peacock Horticultural Nursery

Schefflera pueckleri variegata

New plants that arrived today include:

  • Abrometiella brevifolia (Deuterocohnia brevifolia) – Small bromeliad 1 -2″, slowly forming mats of mounding growth.  Hardy to 20 F, but does not like wet leaves in winter.
  • Adromischus c. Pillow Feet – Succulent prefers Bright light and no frost.  Keep dry in winter.
  • Aechmea recurvata – Bromeliad with dark green leaves  (1 – 2′) and a beautiful red inflorescence.  Hardy to 20 F.  Can be grown outside here in Sebastopol.
  • Alcantarea imperialis (Vriesea imperialis) – Large Bromeliad with leaves 6″ wide and up to 5′ long.  Mature plants bloom with inflorescence 6′ tall.  Hardy only to 30 – 35 F.
  • Aloe ‘Hercules’ – Specimen hybrid tree Aloe growing to 25+ feet with salmon colored flowers.
  • Aloe petricola – Stone Aloe – Growing 1 – 2′ tall and 2 – 3′ wide with yellow and orange flowers in winter.  Hardy to about 25 F.
  •  Aloe speciosa – Tilt-head Aloe – Tall single stem Aloe to 10′ with a large rosette of leaves that are held tilted to one side.  Flowers are green and white in Fall to winter.
  • Arenga englerii – Dwarf Sugar Palm – Suckering Palm tree to 8 – 12′ tall.  Prefers part shade inland. Hardy to 20 – 25 F.
  • Beaucarnea recurvata – Ponytail Palm – Not a true palm – more closely related to Nolina. Provide protection when temperatures are expected to drop into the high 20’s F.  Grows to 10′ + outdoors, usually 4’+ indoors in a pot in very bright light.
  • Cereus peruvianus – Apple Cactus – Grows to 10 -12’+ with night blooming white flowers.  Hardy to 20 -25 F
  • Dyckia ‘Brittle Star’ – Grows about 1 foot tall and wide with orange flowers. Hardy to 20 – 25 F.
  • Dyckia ‘Grand Marnier‘ – Grows less than one foot tall and wide. Grows in cool sun to light shade.  Protect from frost in winter.
  • Euphorbia coerulescens – Columnar cactus growing to 4 – 6′.  Hardy to  about 25 F.  Warning: The milky sap in Euphorbias can be irritating tp people and pets.  Do not touch face or eyes if exposed to the sap.
  • Pachypodium lamerei – Madagascar Palm – to 6′ as indoor plant, larger in frost free areas outside.  Needs protection from frost.
  • Schefflera pueckleri variegate (Tupidanthus calyptratus) – Beautiful leaves splashed with creamy yellow.  Can grow up to 20′ outside, but not very hardy and would need winter protection from frost.
  • Vriesea sanguinolenta – Large Bromeliad to 6′ with deep burgundy leaves.  Protect from freezing and grows in part sun to part shade.
  • Xerosicyos danguyi – Penny Vine to 10′.

Dyckia ‘Grand Marnier’

Euphorbia coerulescens

Aloe ‘Hercules’

Dyckia ‘Brittlestar’

Cereus peruvianus

New plants this week at Peacock Horticultural Nursery

Leucadendron Little Bit

Happy almost Spring.  New plants this week at Peacock Horticultural Nursery:

  • Adiantum hispidulum – Rough Maidenhair Fern
  • Alcantarea imperialis (Vriesea imperialis)  Very large Bromeliad – up to 5′ after many years.
  • Aloe ‘White Fox’ – Small green and white Aloe – 3 – 6″ tall and wide.
  • Blechnum brasiliense ‘Volcano’ – Dwarf Brazilian Tree Fern – Good choice for smaller gardens as the trunk only reaches about  one foot.
  • Cordyline ‘Electric Flash’  – Clump forming Cordyine with chocolate and cream foliage to about 4′.
  • Dianella ‘Clarity Blue’ – Flax Lily – Blue foliage to 2 – 3′ tall.  Part shade to full sun on the coast.  Blue flowers.
  • Dianella ensifolia Variegata – Flax Lily -Variegated foliage to 2 – 3′.  Part shade to full sun on the coast.  Blue flowers and berries.
  • Dicksonia Antarctica – Tasmanian Tree Fern to 12 – 16′ tall.
  • Echeveria Mahogany Hybrids – Green-bronze foliage with 6″ wide rosettes.
  • Leucadendron ‘Little Bit’ – Smaller size Leucadendron to 2 – 3′ with creamy white and orange flower bracts.
  • Leucadendron s. ‘Strawberry Blonde’ – New variety for me with Ivory and Pink flowers to 3 – 4′ (?).
  • Manfreda u. ‘Chocolate Chips’ – Wavy, thin leaves spotted with chocolate colored spots.  To 1′ tall and 2’+ wide.
  • Parthenocissus henryana – Deciduous vine to 15’+. Nice Fall color.
  • Pelargonium g. ‘Colocho’ – Little scented geranium (rose scented ?) with twisted leaves.
  • Protea cynaroides – King Protea tp 3 – 5′ with huge pink flowers.
  • Ribes x gordonianum – A hybrid flowering current with red and yellow flowers in early spring. Deciduous shrub to 6′ tall and 8′ wide.
  • Woodwardia fimbriate – CA native Giant Tree Fern to 4- 6 tall and wide.

Echeveria Mahogany Hybrids

Leucadendron Strawberry Blonde

Dianella Clarity Blue

Blechnum brasiliense Volcano

New plants arriving today at Peacock Horticultural Nursery

New plants arriving today at Peacock Horticultural Nursery:

Mangave ‘Bloodspot’

  • Agapanthus ‘Twister’ – Lily of the Nile – This variety has flowers that are white with a dark blue violet base.
  • Aloe ‘Johnson’s Hybrid’ – Clumping Aloe to less than one foot tall with orange flowers and green tips blooming year-round.  Hardy to at least 20 F.
  • Aloe lineata var muirii  – Clustering Aloe 2 – 6′ tall with yellow green leaves that have red stripes running along them and red teeth.  Flowers are salmon-orange in late winter/early spring.  Hardy to 20 – 25 F.
  • Aloe ‘Zanzibar’ – Long-leafed Tiger Teeth Aloe – Suckering Aloe to one foot tall.  Orange-red flowers occasionally and hardy to 20 – 25 F.  Very similar to Aloe juvenna but with narrower leaves.
  • Callistemon ‘Cane’s Hybrid’ – Cane’s Bottlebrush – Hardy, drought tolerant shrub to 8 – 10′ tall with light pink flowers.
  • Dyckia floribunda ‘La Rioja’ – Silver Starfish – Clustering Bromeliad to about one tall.  Hardy to about 15 F.
  • Echeveria ‘Morning Beauty’ – Solitary rosette with blue gray glaucous leaves.  Hardy to 20 – 25 F.
  • Leucospermum ‘Brandi dela Cruz’ – Brandi Sky-rocket Pincushion – (Leucospermum reflexum x L.  lineare]  An evergreen shrub that can be kept to about 4- 5′ tall with orange  red flowers in late winter to early spring.  Hardy to about 25 F.
  • Leucospermum ‘Scarlet Ribbons’– Nodding Pincushion – (Leucospermum glabrum X L. tottum) –  An evergreen shrub that can be kept to about 4- 5′ tall with salmon flowers in late winter to early spring.  Hardy to about 25 F.
  • Leucospermum ‘Spider Hybrid’ – Spider Pincushion – (Leucospermum tottum x L. formosum) An evergreen shrub that can be kept to about 6 – 8′ tall with salmon and yellow flowers in late winter to early spring.  Hardy to about 25 F.
  • Mangave ‘Bloodspot’ – (Agave macroacantha hybrid x Manfreda maculosa?) Succulent to about 12″ tall x 15″ wide with gray-green leaves with maroon spots and leaf edges. Hardy to 20 – 25 F.
  • Melaleuca armillaris – Bracelet Honey-Myrtle – A hardy, drought tolerant and fast growing  evergreen tree to about 30′ tall with cream flowers in late spring to early summer.  Hardy to 20 F.
  • Philadendron ‘Xanadu’ – An evergreen tropical plant to about 3′ tall and 3 – 5′ wide.  Hardy to about 25 F or makes a great houseplant.
  • Sansevieria cylindrical – Skyline Spear Sansevieria – Great houseplant with leaves to 3 – 5′.  Do not overwater!.
  • Sansevieria masoniana – Mason’s Congo – Great houseplant with leaves 8 – 10″ wide and 3 -5′ tall.
  • Sedeveria ‘Letizia’ – Ledy’s Sedeveria – (Sedum cuspidatum X Echeveria setosa var. ciliata) Succulent to 8″ forming many 2.5″ rosettes with green leaves turning red in full sun and with winter chill.

Agapanthus ‘Twister’

Callistemon ‘Cane’s Hybrid’

Echeveria ‘Morning Beauty’

Leucospermum ‘Brandi Dela Cruz’

More new plants arrived this morning at Peacock Horticultural Nursery.

More new plants arrived this morning at Peacock Horticultural Nursery:

  • Agave geminiflora ‘Leapin’ Lizards’ – Variegated Twin’-flowered Century Plant – Grows 20″ tall by 3′ wide in part sun to light shade.  Hardy to 25 F at least.
  • Cyathea ‘Brentwood’ – Australian Tree Fern – Thought to be robust form of C. cooperi growing 12 – 20′ tall in bright shade.  Hardy to 20 – 25 F.
  • Fafugium japonicum ‘Argentea’ – White Edged Leopard Plant – Brighten up a shady part of your garden with this white and green variegated plant to 20″ tall. Hardy to 15 F.
  • Leucadendron ‘Safari Sunset’ – Conebush – Shrub to 8′ for full sun with red bracts “flowers”.  Hardy to 20 – 25F
  • Leucadendron ‘Little Bit’ – Conebush – A smaller shrub to only 2 – 3′ tall with creamy bracts “flowers” with orange centers.  Hardy to 20 – 25F.
  • Lomandra longifolia ‘Platinum Beauty’ – Variegated Dwarf Mat Rush – A variegated grass-like perennial to 2 – 3′ tall and wide.  Hardy to at least 20 F.
  • Phlebodium aureum ‘Mandaianum’ – Bear’s Paw Fern – Fern with blue-green fronds to 2 – 3′.  Nice as a house plant and hanging baskets.  Hardy to 25 F.
  • Senecio rowleyanus – String of Pearls – Trailing house plant to more than 2′.  Avoid frost. Hardy to  about 30 F.
  • Teucrium chamaedrys ‘Summer Sunshine’ – Creeping Germander – Creeping perennial with yellow to chartreuse leaves and pink flowers.  Grows to 6 – 8″ tall and about  2′ wide.
  • Thamnochortus insignis – Thatching Reed – Restio for full sun to 6 – 8′. Hardy to about 20 F.
  • Thymus x citriodorus ‘Aureus’ – Golden variegated Lemon Thyme –
  • Thymus vulgaris ‘Highland Cream’

More new plants arriving today at Peacock Horticultural Nursery – Palms, Tree Ferns, more Aloes!, and a few other plants.

More new plants arriving today at Peacock Horticultural Nursery – Palms, Tree Ferns, more Aloes!, and a few other plants:

  • Aloe ‘Blue Elf’ – Growing to 18″ tall x 2′ wide with gray-blue leaves and orange flowers blooming in winter/spring. Hardy to about 20 F.
  • Aloe ciliaris ‘Firewall’ – Groundcover Aloe – Growing to 2′ tall by 10′ wide or more over time with scarlet-red flowers blooming year-round. Hardy to about 20 – 25 F.
  • Aloe arborescens x ferox ‘Tangerine’ – A large Aloe to 6 – 8′ with orange flowers in winter.  Hardy to about 20 – 25 F.
  • Aloe maculate hybrid
  • Beccariophoenix alfredii – High Plateau Coconut Palm – This palm originating from Madagascar looks like a coconut palm but produces no coconuts and is hardy to mid 20’s F.
  • Cordyline ‘Design-a-Line Burgundy’ – A clump forming Cordyline to about 3′ tall and wide with weeping burgundy leaves.  Hardy to about 20 F.  Grows best here in Sebastopol in part sun with regular watering.
  • Cyathea cooperi – Australian Tree Fern to 15 – 20′ tall.  Hardy to about 20 F.
  • Dicksonia Antarctica – Tasmanian Tree Fern growing slowly to 15′.  Grows slower and shorter than the Australian Tree Fern (Cyathea cooperi).  Hardy to about 20 F.
  • Dypsis baronii hybrid red petiole – A Sugar Cane Palm – A clustering Palm tree originating from Madagascar to 15 – 20′.  Hardy to about 28 F.
  • Leucadendron ‘Safari Goldstrike’ – Yellow Conebush – Like a  yellow flowering version of L. ‘Safari Sunset’ to 6′.  Hardy to around 20 – 25 F.
  • Phoenix roebelenii – Pygmy Date Palm – A slow growing Palm to 10′.  Hardy to 20 – 25 F.
  • Trachycarpus takii  – Kumaon Palm – Very hardy slow growing Palm to 20′ originating from India.  Hardy to about 20 F.

New plant arrivals today at Peacock Horticultural Nursery

Agave salmiana var ferox ‘Variegata’

New plant arrivals today at Peacock Horticultural Nursery:

  • Adenanthos cuneatus ‘Coral Drift’ – Low growing (2′ tall x 3-5′ wide) hardy Australian shrub.  Interesting silver-gray leaves with pink new growth.  Very small red flowers.
  • Agave celsii var albicans ‘UCB’– Clumping (2′ x 2′) hardy Agave with wide blue-gray leaves.
  • Agave ovatifolia ‘Frosty Blue’ – Very hardy large 3-4′ Agave with very wide gray leaves.
  • Agave salmiana var. ferox ‘Variegata’ – Large, hardy Agave (4-6′ tall) with drak green leaves with yellow margins.
  • Agave weberi ‘Reiner’s Selection’ – Large (4-6′), very hardy Agave with wide gray-green leaves with mostly Spineless margins!  Does have terminal spines.
  • Aloe capitata var. quarziticola – A stemless Aloe to about 2-3′ with yellow flowers in winter. Hardy to about 25 F.
  • Aloe ‘Conejo Flame’ (An Aloe dawei hybrid?) – A clustering Aloe to 3-4′ with red-orange flowers in winter.  Hardy to about 25 F.
  • Aloe ‘David’s Delight’ (Another A. dawei hybrid?)  A low branching Aloe to 3-4′ with red flowers mostly in late summer, but can bloom year-round.  Hard to about 25 F.
  • Aloe dawei ‘Yellow’ – Yellow Dawe’s Aloe – A clump forming Aloe to 2-3′ with yellow flowers in winter. Hardy to  about 25 F.
  • Aloe debrana – A stemless, suckering Aloe to 2-3′ with red flowers in late winter to early spring. Hardy to about 25 F.
  • Aloe greenii – A stemeless, suckering Aloe to 1-2′ with pink flowers in late summer.  Hardy to about 25F.
  • Aloe ‘Scarlet Rockets’ – Super Red Sunbird Aloe – An upright short-stemmed Aloe to 4-5 tall and 3-4′ wide with red flowers in winter. Hard to about 25 F?
  • Aloe tomentosa – Green Hairy Aloe – Aoe forms a single rosette to 2′ tall and 4′ wide with “hairy” chartreuse flowers in late summer.  Hardy t about 25 F.
  • Aloe ‘Verity Nice’ – (Aloe zubb x Aloe peckii) A small clustering Aloe to 18″ tall with yellow flowers in summer.  Hardy to about 25 F.
  • Aloe wickensii – A solitary stemless Aloe to 2-3′ with bi-colored red and yellow flowers in winter.  Hardy to about 20 F.
  • Aloe ‘Yellow Torch’ – A large shrub Aloe to 6 – 8′ with yellow flowers in late fall till winter.  Hardy to about 25 F or less.
  • Arctostaphylos densiflora ‘Howard McMinn’ – Manzanita – Native shrub (near Sebastopol, CA.) to 7 – 10 tall and wide with dark red bark and white flowers in late winter to spring.  Drought tolerant and hardy to 0-10 F.
  • Echeveria agavoides ‘Prolifera’ – Large Echeveria to 1′ wide with green leaves with reddish tinge.  Hardy to 15 – 20 F.
  • Echium wildpretii – Tower of Jewels –  A biennial, forming a 2′ rosette the first year.  Second year flowering 5-7′ tall with rose-pink flowers.  Hardy to 20 – 25 F.
  • Leucophyta brownie (Calocephalus) – Looks like silver-white tumbleweed to 1- 3′.  Drought tolerant hardy to 20 – 25 F.  Prefers great drainage.
  • Sansevieria masoniana – Mason’s Congo- Large leaf house plant to 3 -5′. Hardy to about 30 F.
  • Trevesia palmata – Snowflake Aralia  – 15 – 20′ evergreen tree.  Makes a good house plant, or can be grown outside in the shade until winter when it would need proetection from frost.
  • Yucca rostrata ‘Blue Velvet’ – Slow growing Yucca to 12 – 16′ selected for its gray-blue foliage.

Adenanthos cuneatus ‘Coral Drift’

Agave celsii var albicans UCB

Agave weberi ‘Reiner’s Selection’

Aloe capitata var. quarziticola

Aloe ‘Conejo Flame’

Aloe ‘David’s Delight’

Aloe dawei ‘Yellow’

Aloe debrana

Aloe greenii

Aloe greenii

Aloe ‘Scarlet Rockets’

Aloe tomentosa

Aloe ‘Verity Nice’

Aloe ‘Verity Nice’

Aloe wickensii

Aloe ‘Yellow Torch’

Leucophyta brownii

Sansevieria masoniana

Trevesia palmata

Yucca rostrata ‘Blue Velvet’

 

New plants available at Peacock Horticultural Nursery

Mediolobivia rosealbiflora

A few new cactus and succulents, as well as, Sansevierias are now available at Peacock Horticultural Nursery:

  • Aloe broomii – 4″pots
  • Aloe cryptopoda – 4″
  • Aloe erinacea – 4″
  • Aloe ferox – one gallon
  • Aloe fosteri – one gallon
  • Aloe marlothii – one gallon
  • Cleistocactus winteri – one gallon
  • Echinocactus texensis – 4″
  • Euphorbia caput-medusa – 4″ & 2 gallon
  • Euphorbia gorgonis – 4″
  • Ferocactus glacescens – 4′ & 2 gallons
  • Ferocactus peninsulae var. vizcainoenis – 4″
  • Ferocactus pilosus – 4″
  • Ferocactus rectispinus – 4″
  • Huernia cv ‘Spiny Norman’ – 4″
  • Mediolobivia rosealbiflora – 4″
  • Rubutia vulpine – 4″
  • Sansevieria cylindrical var patula – 0ne gallon
  • Sansevieria fischeri – one gallon
  • Sansevieria halii – one gallon
  • Sansevieria trifasciata ‘Black Gold’

Ferocactus peninsulae var. vizcainoenis

Euphorbia gorgonis

Ferocactus pilosus

Euphrbia caput-madusae

Ferocactus rectispinus

New plants arriving today at Peacock Horticultural Nursery

New plants arriving today at Peacock Horticultural Nursery:

Dudleya brittonii

  • Aeonium arboretum ‘Luteovariegatum’
  • Aeonium ‘Pseudotabuliforme’ – Green Platters
  • Aloe juvenna – Tiger Tooth Aloe
  • Cleistocactus straussii – Silver Torch Cactus
  • Cyathea cooperi – Australian Tree Fern
  • Dudleya brittonii – Giant Chalk Dudleya
  • Echeveria ‘Violet Queen’ – Violet Queen Hens and Chicks (Echeveria elegans hybrid)
  • Echinocactus grusonii – Golden Barrel Cactus
  • Ferocactus glaucescens – Blue Barrel Cactus
  • Leucadendron ‘Ebony’ – Ebony Conebush
  • Leucadendron discolor ‘Pom Pom’ – Pom-pom Flame Tips
  • Mammillaria veluta subsp. gracilis – Cactus
  • Philadendron ‘Xanadu’ – Winterbourne Philadendron – House Plant
  • Phoenix roebelenii – 15 gallon Pygmy Date Palm
  • Sansevieria ‘Moonshine’ – Silver Snakeplant – House Plant
  • Stapelia sp. – Carrion Flower – Succulent
  • Vriesea philippo-coburgii ‘Rafael’ – Bromeliad

Leucadendron Ebony

Ferocactus glaucescens

Echinocactus grusonii

More new plants arriving today at Peacock Horticultural Nursery

More new plants arriving today Peacock Horticultural Nursery:

  • Asarum m. ‘Ling Ling’ – Panda Face Ginger
  • Asarum splendens – Chinese Wild Ginger
  • Berberis replicata – Evergreen Barberry
  • Berberis t. ‘Admiration’ – Barberry
  • Berberis t. ‘Orange Rocket’ – Barberry
  • Buxus s. Aureo-variegata – Variegated Boxwood
  • Cephalotaxus h. ‘Korean Gold’ – Golden Japanese Plum Yew
  • Colocasia e. ‘Mojito’ – Variegated Elephant Ears
  • Cotinus ‘Golden Spirit’ – Golden smoke Tree
  • Daphne ‘Carol Mackie’ – Variegated foliage and fragrant flowers
  • Leucothoe f. ‘Scarletta’ – Fetterbush
  • Ophiopogon ‘Nigrescens’ – Black Mondo Grass
  • Osmanthus h. ‘Goshiki’ – False Holly
  • Osmanthus h. ‘Rotundifolius’ – False Holly
  • Physocarpus o. ‘Dart’s Gold’ – Dart’s Gold Nine Bark
  • Picea glauca ‘Candlelight’ – White Spruce
  • Sambucus n. ‘Golden Tower’ – Golden Tower Elderberry
  • Skimmia japonica (Female)