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Grafted Cacti

I am not a professional nor an expert in Cactacea taxonomy. Any help with ID and spelling are always welcome. These are the plants offered for sale. To up-date my list I've been using many books, journals, catalogs and other web-sites. It's been helpful, but I have more work to do. I only ship to the main 48 States. We offer 72+ hour heat packs for $3.00 each. Please read the front page for ordering information. 

Note: All my grafts were done by my late long time dear friend Mike Keeling.

    Ariocarpus scapharostrus graft - Sometimes found as Ariocarpus scaphirostris. Pink to dark pink flowers in the Fall. Nuevo Leon, Mexico. Growing in a 4 1/2 inch pot. - front, top & back photos - #1 lg @ $150.00 Sold

   Astrophytum myiostigma 'Onzuka' monstrose/crest graft - It forms large low clusters of white textured monstrous and crested stems. Japan, Nursery produced cultivar. Growing in a 3 inch pot. - front, top & back photos - #1 @ $20.00 Sold

     Astrophytum myriostigma 'Puff Bonnet' graft - this is not Lotusland but is similar, dense white flecking on stems with 5 ribs, tends to offset heavily from the bottom in cauliflower-like masses, can be grown on its own roots and produces fertile yellow flowers. Nursery produced cultivar. Growing in 3 inch pot. - front & back photos - #1 # @ $18.00 Sold

   Aztekium ritteri graft - Aztekium ritteri are extremely slow growth on their own roots. It usually takes several years for growth to be even noticeable. I find if they a grafted they will make a nice showy clump in a few years. These Aztekium ritteri are grafted on Myrtillocactus geometrizans is commonly used as under stocks for grafting cacti, which is considered good. Mexican state of Nuevo León. Growing in a 3 1/2 inch pot. - #1 @ $25.00 Sold

  Aztekium ritteri graft - Aztekium ritteri are extremely slow growth on their own roots. It usually takes several years for growth to be even noticeable. I find if they a grafted they will make a nice showy clump in a few years. These Aztekium ritteri are grafted on Myrtillocactus geometrizans is commonly used as under stocks for grafting cacti, which is considered good. Mexican state of Nuevo León. Growing in a 4 1/2 inch pot. -front & back photos - #2 @ $50.00

   Aztekium ritteri graft - This one is an large old mother plants that MK use for taking offsets for grafting. Aztekium ritteri are extremely slow growth on their own roots. It usually takes several years for growth to be even noticeable. I find if they a grafted they will make a nice showy clump in a few years. These Aztekium ritteri are grafted on Myrtillocactus geometrizans is commonly used as under stocks for grafting cacti, which is considered good. Mexican state of Nuevo León. Growing in a 4 1/2 inch pot. - front & back pots - #1 lg @ $100.00

   Aztekium valdezii graft - Is a tiny e cactus species just about 2-6 cm tall in habitat, the plants are star-shaped when viewed from above simple or branched from the base. When blooming, a single nine-petal flower, white in the centre changing to bright magenta on the outside, tops off each plant. Aztekium valdezii is the third species of Aztekium in the family of cacti. Grafted on Myrtillocactus geometrizans is commonly used as under stocks for grafting cacti, which is considered good. Nuevo Leon, Mexico. Growing in 3 inch pots. - left to right - #1, #2, #3, #4 @ $45.00 each 1#, #4 Sold

   Blossfeildia lilputana graft -Smallest of all cactus. Can be solitary or clumping, with no rib and no spines. Flowers are white to pinkish. Bolivia and Argentina. Growing in 3 inch pots. - right to left - #1, #2, #3, #4, #5 @ $35.00 each

    Cephalocereus senilis crest grafts - Standard columnar Cephalocereus senilis, commonly known as the old man cactus, is very popular and widely grown for its woolly appearance, but this beautiful crested form is still rare in cactus collection. The most striking feature is the long, greyish-white hairs it possesses, which serve to protect it from the harsh sun common to its native habitat Hidalgo, Mexico. Growing in 3 1/2 inch pots. - left to right - #1, #2 @ $18.00 each #1, #2 Sold

   Cereus peruvianus dwarf monstrose crest graft -  Think of this in dwarf form of the following: Cereus hildmannianus f. cristata monstruosa (a.k.a. C. peruvianus montruosus) is a teratological (monstrous mutant) cactus form (or cultivar) that grows into a tight bunch of twisted stems with irregular ribs and more or less crested growing points. There are several other crested Cereus clones that have a tendency to fan out, but the Cereus hildmannianus f. cristata monstruosa is surely one of the best form available. Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay. Growing in a 3 inch pot. - #1 @ $15.00

   Cintia knizei variegated graft - Nice variegate. May become cylindrical when it is grafted. Can split and form some crazy shapes. The colour can vary from olive-green to purple to brown, depending on the time in the growing season and the amount of sun and water, woolly apex.  Bolivia. Growing in 3 1/2 inch pot. - front & back photos - #1 @ $85.00 Sold

     Cintia knizei variegated graft - Nice variegate. May become cylindrical when it is grafted. Can split and form some crazy shapes. The colour can vary from olive-green to purple to brown, depending on the time in the growing season and the amount of sun and water, woolly apex.  Bolivia. Growing in 3 1/2 inch pot. - front & back photos - #2 @ $50.00 Sold

   Cintia knizei variegated graft - Nice variegate. May become cylindrical when it is grafted. Can split and form some crazy shapes. The colour can vary from olive-green to purple to brown, depending on the time in the growing season and the amount of sun and water, woolly apex.  Bolivia. Growing in 3 1/2 inch pot. - front & back photos - #3 @ $50.00 Sold

   Cintia knizei graft - Can split and form some crazy shapes. The colour can vary from olive-green to purple to brown, depending on the time in the growing season and the amount of sun and water, woolly apex.  Bolivia. Growing in 3-inch pot. - front & back photos - #4 @ $40.00

   Copiapoa humiis ssp. tenuissima monstrosa graft - You ask what makes these monstrose? As the new spineless offsets grow in with all their wooly growns they will also grow tiny white wooly balls in their growns. Sometime they also will grow little pink fussy balls. As they age they will make mounds of little whites wooly balls. Copiapoa tenuissima is a geophytic cactus arising from a large tuberose root that can slowly branch from the base to form small clumps. It differs from Copiapoa humilis for its smaller stems, and its taxonomic status is controversial. It is not clear whether it should be treated as a species or as some lower rank. Northern Chile. Growing in 3 inch pots. - left to right - #1, #2, #3, #4, #5 @ $30.00 each #1 Sold

   Echinocactus grusonii monstrose graft JJ#1 - This is a free offsetting very small form of Echinocactus grusonii monstrose that is covered by whitish wool with very short yellow spines. The rib structure is not yet apparent, and they have pronounced tubercles making them look superficially like Mammillarias. One of my favorites. Can be grow on there on roots. Sometimes they like little Hedgehogs. Growing in 3 1/2 inch pots. - left to right - #1, #2, #3, #4, #5 @ $20.00 each #3, #5 Sold

   Echinocereus pentalophus monstrose JJ#2 graft - Bright green short stuby stems. Some tiny spines. Unknown orgin. Growing in 3 1/2 inch pot. #1 @ $20.00

   Echinocereus pentalophus variegated graft - A variegated form of Echinocereus pentalophus is a matforming cactus with many crowded finger-like stems. Can be rooted if the stems have more green on them. Texas & Mexico. Growing in 3 inch pots. - left to right - #1, #2, #3 @ $35.00 each #2 Sold

   Echinopsis 'Haku-jo' monstrose graft -  This is a monstrose form of the Japanese cultivar Echinopsis 'Haku-jo' which has a very peculiar rib shape. The woolly areoles on the ribs have a felty line between them so it seems like the areoles are connected with each other. It is thought that this interesting cultivar is a chimaeric plant composed of two genetically different strata of cells. This meristematic mutation originated probably from a normal Echinopsis. The flowers like most other Echinopsis hybrid are long trumpet shaped white and scented. This plant can grow quite fast. The monstrose form is slow growing. Growing in 3 1/2 inch pot. - front & back photos - #1 @ $65.00 Sold

     Escobaria hesteri white spine form grafted - Also found as Coryphantha hesteri - It is an attractive and well worth cultivating dwarf clumping plant grafted or on it's own roots; it starts flowering from an early age and blooms from spring until late summer, with nice large, deep pink blooms. In the resting period it will not be damaged by some frost. Brewster County, Texas, USA. Growing in 3 inch pots. -left to right - #1, #2, #3 @ $15.00 each

    Gymnocalyium baldianum crest/stacker grafted - Strang plant will crest grow more heads on top of each other, crest and repeat. Red flowers. Growing in 3 inch pots. - left to right - #1, #2 @ $18.00 each #2 Sold

   Gymnocalycium mihanovichii "Hibotan Neons" graft - left to right - 1# Neon Red, #2 Neon Flame, #3 Neon Fire, #4 Neon Yellow @ $13.00 each

   Gymnocalycium mihanovichii 'Red Plaid' graft - This one can be grown on there own roots. One of my favorites. - left to right - #1, #2, #3 @ $20.00 each #1 Sold

   Lobivia famatimensis crest graft - This is a crested form one of the most beautiful and distinctive small species. It is usually solitary or slowly clumping and slow growing. The stems are small flattened-roundish to cylindrical with very short spidery-pectinate spines and egg-yellow flowers. Lobivia famatimensis (a.k.a. Reicheocactus pseudoriecheanus) is very attractive and is used as an ornamental and is sought after by cactus enthusiasts. Argentina. Growing in 3 1/2 inch pot. - #1 @ $20.00 Sold

    Lobivia hertrichiana crest/monstrose graft - Sometimes found as Echinopsis hertrichiana. Very blobby with few spines. Sometimes they bloom red flowers. Peru. Growing in 3 1/2 inch pots. - left to right - #1, #2, #3, #4 @ $15.00 each #1, #2 Sold

   Mammillaria bocasana graft - Mammillaria bocasana is a clumping cactus, often forming large mounds. It is commonly called the “Powder Puff Cactus”, because of its appearance like a cotton ball as the small round plant is covered with silky white hairs. It is quite variable with a lot of different varieties and forms available in cultivation. Generations of cactophiles have had this plant as one of their first acquisitions and few can have been disappointed by its easy cultivation and free-flowering habit. Mexico. Growing in a 3 inch pot. - #1 @ $15.00 Sold

   Mammillaria elongata minima monstrose JJ#1 - This monstrose form has stems that are under a half inch with tiny burst of monstrose spines, cream colored flowers. They will also make red monstrose growths. Growing in 3 inch pots. - front & back photos - #1 @ $35.00 Sold

    Mammillaria vetula ssp. gracilis graft - The thimble cactus is a small cactus with somewhat slender, cylindrical, bright green body clustering and branching freely, but the offsets easily detached. The offsets are easily knocked off so the plant must be handled with care; however, these offsets quickly root if placed on the ground. The tubercles are roundish, each being tipped by stiff white spines, radiating like a star, making the plant look lace-covered. There are one or more longer dark-brown central spines. Creamy white, bell-shaped flowers appear in spring or in late summer-autumn. Eventually, this cactus forms a large, rounded clumps. Mexico. Growing in a 3 inch pot. - #1 @ $15.00

    Myrtillocactus geometrizans monstrosa "Nana" grafted - A very small form that makes lot of strange forms and colors. Growing in 3 1/2 pots. - left to right - #1, #2 @ $15.00 each

    Myrtillocactus geometrizans monstrosa "Nana" grafted - A very small form that makes lot of strange forms and colors. Growing in 3 1/2 pots. -left to right - #3, #4 @ $15.00 each

   Pediocactus knowltonii graft - Very small plants usually solitary, a few will cluster barely protruding above ground level. When grafted makes a nice size flowering plant. New Mexico, USA. Growing in 3 inch pots. - left to right - #1, #2, #3, #4 @ $20.00 each 1#, #4 Sold

   Rebutia krainziana 'Nude' inermis grafted - It can slowly form clumps. The specially notable characteristics of this cactus is its green naked stem that will turn a lovely purple tinge in full sun. But the most peculiar trait of this plant are the vestigial leaves subtending the small areoles on each tubercle. This is an ancestral trait not manifested in the normal plant. This trait is revealed thanks to a mutation that permits this odd cultivar to show the characteristic of bearing leaves, reminding us of an ancient era when its cacti ancestors were normal leafed plants. Growing in a 3 inch pots. - left to right - #1, #2, #3, #4 @ $18.00 each #1, #3, #4 Sold

    Stenogonia variegata chimera graft - It is a grafting chimaera involving a Stenocereus sp. (Stenocereus griseum ?) and Obregonia denegrii variegated, the plant clearly shows the traits of bolt the parents. This odd cactus also shows a pale yellow variegation that contrast with the bright green colour of the tubercles. Growing in a 3 inch pot. #1 @ $25.00 Sold

     Stetsonia coryne crest/monstrose graft - It is among the most famous cacti for the fiercely spines that cover the trunk and should prove an interesting and eye-catching plant for the specialist collector and for those wanting a somewhat different plant. The beautiful crested/monstrose form is very rare in collection and highly priced for its sculptural shape and long spines. Argentina and Bolivia. Growing in a 3 1/2 inch pot. - front & back photos - #1 @ $18.00 Sold

   Strombocactus disciformis 'Nova' monstrose graft - Strombocactus disciformis is a rare geophytes, a very interesting form. Growing in a 3 pot. - #1 @ $35.00 Sold

   Strombocactus disciformis 'Nova' graft - Strombocactus disciformis is a rare geophytes, usually solitary. Growing in 3 inch pots. - #1, #2, #3, #4 @ $20.00 each

   Tephrocactus molinensis red spine form graft -  It is a small segmented succulent that grows into mounds of tiny stems or joints. In cultivation grows as a small erect segment chains. In habitat the plants stay smaller because the uppermost segments are detachable and drop easily. Flowers dirty white or very pale pink. Argentina. Growing in in 3 inch pots. - #1 @ $15.00 Sold

   Trichocereus spachiana crest graft - Sometime found as Echinopsis spachiana crest. Western Argentina & Bolivia. Growing in # 1/2 inch pots. - left to right - #1, #2, #3 @ $25.00 each #2 Sold

   Trichocereus thelegonus crest graft - Sometimes found as Echinopsis thelegona. Argentina. Growing in a 3 1/2 inch pot. - #1 @ $18.00

   Turbinicarpus lophophoroides crest graft - This Turbinicarpus, one of the first discovered, almost a century ago, has remained little known for a long time, due to the difficulty, for a long period, to find it in the wild. It specific name remember us that it resembles the genus Lophophora.This is one of the most interesting Turbinicarpus, with very large flowers.  Mexico. Growing in 3 inch pots. - left to right - #1, #2 @ $20.00 each #1 Sold, #2 Sold

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