Alluaudia procera @@ madagascar ocotillo spiny reptile lizard terrarium plant 4"

Alluaudia procera @@ madagascar ocotillo spiny reptile lizard

Planting instructions for 4"pot kit: 1) Clean with water and chlorine plastic pot, clear cover and label and wash with fresh water. 2) The soil can be sterilized for 2 hours at 250º F in an oven or a microwave but can be used without sterilization. I never sterilize the soil for my seedlings but some people like to do so. This step is optional--to avoid sterilization, all materials to be used need to be new, never used. 3) Fill the pot with soil and spray with distilled, reverse osmosis or pure rainwater to let soil flatten at the top. 4) Place to 1/8 to ¼ inch layer of Dyna Rock or crushed sea shell extra fine on top to cover the soil making a layer between soil and seeds. 5) Place seeds over the Dyna Rock. fine spray water the seeds well and cover with a clearcover

  • Brand: exotic_cactus_collection
  • ASIN: B01HUFTM74

David's Garden Seeds Succulent Ocotillo SL5283 (Green) 10 Non-GMO, Open Pollinated Seeds

David's Garden Seeds Succulent Ocotillo SL5283 (Green) 10

Sturdy, whiplike, woody, spiny shrub to 20 feet, native to the deserts of the American SW, Baha and Mexico. Blooming scarlet in early spring, these drive hummingbirds wild! The flowers fall away and in response to sufficient rain, the plant leafs out. When not in leaf, the green, resiny bark photosynthesizes. David's Garden Seeds is a Veteran owned business that has been offering quality seeds since 2009.

  • Color: Green
  • Brand: David's Garden Seeds
  • ASIN: B07Q89JD28

Ocotillo cutting, Exotic, Fouquieria splendens Palo Adan Slimwood Desert Cactus

Ocotillo cutting, Exotic, Fouquieria splendens Palo Adan Slimwood

Fouquieria splendens (commonly known as ocotillo American Spanish: [okoˈtiʝo], but also referred to as coachwhip,candlewood, slimwood, desert coral, Jacob's staff, Jacob cactus, and vine cactus) is a plant indigenous to theSonoran Desert and Chihuahuan Desert in the Southwestern United States (southern California, southern Nevada, Arizona,New Mexico, western Texas), and northern Mexico (as far south as Hidalgo and Guerrero) Ocotillo is not a true cactus. For much of the year, the plant appears to be an arrangement of large spiny dead sticks, although closer examination reveals that the stems are partly green. With rainfall, the plant quickly becomes lush with small (2-4 cm), ovate leaves, which may remain for weeks or even months. Individual stems may reach a diameter of 5 cm at the base, and the plant may grow to a height of 10 m (33 ft). The plant branches very heavily at its base, but above that, the branches are pole-like and rarely divide further, and specimens in cultivation may not exhibit any secondary branches. The leaf stalks harden into blunt spines, and new leaves sprout from the base of the spine. The bright crimson flowers appear especially after rainfall in spring, summer, and occasionally fall. Flowers are clusteredindeterminately at the tips of each mature stem...

  • Brand: cactus.sam
  • ASIN: B0756V5GW9

Rare Succulent Plant Seeds (10) "Fouquieria Splendens" Ocotillo

Rare Succulent Plant Seeds (10) "Fouquieria Splendens"

Commonly known as the ocotillo, its other common names are numerous: Jacob's Staff, Jacob Cactus, vine cactus, coachwhip, candle wood, slim wood and desert coral. Native to northern Mexico and the Sonoran Desert of the U.S., it is not really a cactus. It spends most of the year looking like a group of large, dead, spiny sticks but it is actually green. When the rains come, it becomes covered with leaves and, then, bright red flowers. The flowers are attractive to hummingbirds and bees. Extremely drought-resistant, these spiked plants can survive on as little as 8 inches of annual rainfall.

  • Brand: therealflorida101
  • ASIN: B01AUPXKIS

Ocotillo (3) 10"-12" Branch Cuttings

Ocotillo (3) 10"-12" Branch

A beautiful desert cactus plant with red blooms in spring/summer

  • Brand: CactusMasters
  • ASIN: B00VGMFU42

Alluaudia Humbertii Madagascar Ocotillo Spiny Reptile Lizard Terrarium Plant 4"

Alluaudia Humbertii Madagascar Ocotillo Spiny Reptile Lizard Terrarium

Alluaudia Humbertii madagascar ocotillo spiny reptile lizard terrarium plant 4"

  • Brand: Exotic Cactus Collection
  • ASIN: B07LD4Q1TG
  • UPC: 717580609393

2 Ocotillo Desert PlantOrange Flowers Fouquiriea Splendens 12" Cutting Live Plant WCRF38

2 Ocotillo Desert PlantOrange Flowers Fouquiriea Splendens 12"

2 Ocotillo Desert Plant *Orange Flowers* Fouquiriea Splendens 12" Cutting Live Plant WCRF38

  • Brand: WCRF38
  • ASIN: B07QLC27XM
  • UPC: 787737600238

25 Seeds, Ocotillo, Fouquieria splendens, Exotic Cactus Candlewood Jacob's Staff

25 Seeds, Ocotillo, Fouquieria splendens, Exotic Cactus Candlewood

Mature seeds of the Ocotillo plant Fouquieria splendens. Common names: Candlewood, Candlewhip, Slimwood, Coachwhip, Vine Cactus, Flaming Sword, Jacob's Staff This is a beautiful plant that grows well in warm areas. Requires very little water once established and adds an exotic look to any landscape. These seeds are fresh and were just harvested from my own ocotillos that I grow in my yard. There are pictures of the plants showing my seed harvesting bags attatched. The seeds of the Ocotillo drop between May and mid-June and are wind dispersed. Seed viability is 90%. The flowers of the Ocotillo remain in bloom for 50-60 days. The pollination of Ocotillo relies heavily on migrating hummingbirds from Mexico, northward toward western mountain ranges. Other than hummingbirds, bees also play a role in pollination. Ocotillo also has medicinal uses.

  • Brand: thedrgreen
  • ASIN: B07B477BLG

How Indians Used Desert Plants

How Indians Used Desert

The deserts of the Southwest contain a multitude of plant species that have sustained human life for thousands of years. Plants provided most of the food resources as well as the raw materials for medicines, tools, shelter, and even ceremonial objects. Indeed, the knowledge held by Indians regarding their botanical environment was, by necessity, vast. Native Americans were not simply gatherers of fruits, seeds, and other resources provided by wild plants. Every cultural group used various techniques to store and preserve food plants, often for periods lasting several months or even longer. Some tribes also practiced various forms of agriculture- from simple scattering of seeds at sites of likely germination to intensive irrigation and modification of desert landscapes. Many groups were known to carefully select seeds from the best stock to improve yield, taste and nutrition of future crops. All this was going on long before Europeans arrived in America. One of the often overlooked aspects of the harvesting of food resources in hunting and gathering societies is the contribution of women. For decades academic and popular literature portrayed men as important, if not the primary suppliers of food for the family and village. Yet numerous recent studies have shown that in hunting and...

  • ASIN: 0937794325

Ocotillo, Fouquieria splendens, Jacob's Staff Vine, Rare Desert Cactus(Premium Quality)

Ocotillo, Fouquieria splendens, Jacob's Staff Vine, Rare Desert

Seeds Ocotillo Seeds, Fouquieria splendens, Jacob's Staff, Vine Cactus Desert Mature seeds of the Ocotillo plant Fouquieria splendens. Common names: Candlewood, Candlewhip, Slimwood, Coachwhip, Vine Cactus, Flaming Sword, Jacob's Staff This is a beautiful plant that grows well in warm areas. Requires very little water once established and adds an exotic look to any landscape. These seeds are fresh and were just harvested from my own ocotillos that I grow in my yard. There are pictures of the plants showing my seed harvesting bags attatched. The seeds of the Ocotillo drop between May and mid-June and are wind dispersed. Seed viability is 90%. The flowers of the Ocotillo remain in bloom for 50-60 days. The pollination of Ocotillo relies heavily on migrating hummingbirds from Mexico, northward toward western mountain ranges. Other than hummingbirds, bees also play a role in pollination. Positive feedback is greatly appreciated and needed! I am always willing to work with my buyers, please let me know if you have any problems with your transaction.

  • Brand: The DG Premium
  • ASIN: B07SNHRYWK
  • UPC: 304622728299
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