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More than 40 years experience in growing cactuses from seeds. We have rare cactus plants. I begin my cactus collection in Russia in the early of the seventies. I lived in an apartment. My cactus seedlings I placed on the window sill that was faced to South-East. What cacti really need is light, better direct sunbeams – and warm. It can be said: the more shine the collector can give his cacti the better they will grow, the more species collector can choose to collect.
After a year I had no space for the next bought seedlings. I decided to use the pre-window glass-house outside the room. It was the best decision. Finally, I could maid a collection that count 250 cactus species.

Below is picture of  from the picture of my cactus collection on the windowsill in Russia that had about 250 cactus species.

If you do not have experience in growing cacti on window-sill, I can email you a free article. My email address is    

Cacti are a group of plants that are not only easy to grow, but offer a variety of shapes, color and form. They can be grown in any sunny, well-drained area. They require little maintenance. They make excellent houseplants and many hardy varieties may be grown outside.

The most beautiful Cactus genera are: Astrophytum (The star of cactus family);  Barrel cactuses: Ferocactus, Echinocactus;  Rare cactus plants  


I created a new page “New offers” only for my customers and people who want to be my cuastomer. In the page you find very good offer for new rare cactus seedling (some of them are rarity). 

The prices in this page are 20% to 30% less than on other pages in my website.

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If you like to see the offers, send me email to the address: with Subject: "New offer" and I'll email you the Login information. It is not necessary to buy something.

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I will renew the page when I have new species for sale. So, time to time you can open the page and see what is on sale.

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 Pelecyphora pseudopectinata

Conservation Status: Listed in CITES appendix I

Recommended Temperature Zone: USDA Zone 9-11
Description: Solitary, dull green stem,
1.2 inches tall (3 cm), 1.6 \inches in diameter (4 cm), barely showing above the ground; apex with short white hair; each tubercle tipped by numerous white pectinate spines, 1.2 mm long. Root- Taproot.

Blooming Habits Mid Spring, Bloom Color: Pale Pink, White/
Near White

Sun Exposure: Full Sun to Partial Shade

Cultivation: This is a fairly easy species to cultivate. It needs a
very well-drained soil. Strong sun to part sun is required, in order to develop good spinal growth. Watering should be rather
infrequent, to keep the plant compact and not become
excessively elongated and unnatural in appearance. Keep dry
in winter or when night temperatures remain below 10° C, it
is hardy to
-4°C for a short period. Assure good ventilation.
Suitable for growing in containers

Epithelantha micromeris

Common Name(s):  Button Cactus, ping-pong ball cactus, Common button Cactus

Description: The rather small flowers are often followed by attractive red fruits which contrast nicely with the spines. Miniature globular cactus, erect, un branched or in small clumps, not deep-seated in substrate, appearing ashy grey and relatively rough in general aspect
Stem: Unsegmented, mostly spherical or obovoidal, rarely cylindrical, often flat-topped with a depressed center, 1-5(-9)cm tall and up to 2-4 (-7,5) cm in diameter, occasionally more; surface completely obscured by spines; cortex and pith are not mucilaginous.
Tubercles: Numerous, not confluent into ribs, hemispheric or short cylindrical, very small, ca. 1-
3 mm; arranged in tight spirals around the plant.
Spines: Small at tips of tubercles,
1 mm long, nearly circular, elliptic when distended by flower or fruit, slightly woolly when young, copiously woolly only at sexually mature stem apex; areolar glands absent;
Sun Exposure: Light shade to full sun
 Water Needs: Moderate water. The Button Cactus needs a soil mix draining particularly well, since it needs a deeper pot due to its tap root.

Cultivation: Although regarded as a choice and difficult plant, in cultivation it is relatively easy. It needs a  particularly  well-draining soil mix (rot prone). Water sparingly. Soil pH requirements:
 Min Temperature
50°F (10°C)
Frost Tolerance: Depending on the variety, will take 10° F (-12° C)
Psycho-activity: The Epithelantha contains hallucinogenic alkaloids

Gymnocalycium saglionis

Common name: Giant Chin Cactus    


Etymology: Gymnocalycium - Greek words Gymnos meaning naked and Kalyx meaning bud. Saglionis - For the Frenchman who  was first to grow this plant in Europe

Recommended Temperature Zone:
USDA: 9b-11
Description: Solitary barrel cactus, up to
12 inches  in diameter (30 cm), slowly up to 3 feet tall (90 cm). This is the giant among the Chin Cactus. Its size  makes it an asset for landscaping in area with a
moderate climate.
Stem: Dull-green or blue-green, Almost cylindrical
more or less flattened up to 30 (40) cm in diameter,
slowly up to
90 cm tall.
Spines: 3-4cm long, yellowish-brown , reddish or
black becoming grey with time which contrast well
 against the green body.
Flowers: Pale pinkish white, with reddish throat up
 to 3-
4 cm long, 2-3 cm in diameter, with a very short
flower’s tube. The flowers have a hard time coming
through the dense mass of spines.
Blooming time: Appearing repetitively during the
 growing season. ..
Fruits: red, globular.
Sun Exposure: Full sun
Water Needs: Little water when established
Cultivation: Keep this plant almost dry in winter at
 a minimum temperature of
0°C, prefer a low pH 
compost otherwise growth will stop altogether. The
plant tolerate extremely bright situations  but are
likely to suffer from sun scorch or stunted growth if
 over exposed to direct sunlight during the hottest
part of the day in summer.  Since they are big sized
plants need plenty of space for their roots, re-potting
should be done every other year or when the plant
 has outgrown its pot. This species makes a great
landscape cactus in moderate climates.
Min Temperature
50°F (10°C)
Frost Tolerance:
20°F (-7°C)
Propagation Methods: Seeds (It don't produces offsets)

Ferocactus latispinus

Common Name(s): Devil's Tongue Barrel, Crow's Claw CactCommon Name(s): Devil's Tongue Barrel, Crow's Claw Cactus us 

Etymology: Ferocactus: From the Latin word ferox, meaning fierce and the Greek word kaktos, meaning thistle. Latispinus: From the Latin words latus, meaning broad or wide and spina, meaning thorn or prickle.

Description: Globular cactus. Ferocactus latispinus is fairly popular in cultivation because it blooms very early, many young plants will bloom when they reach 4 inches in diameter (10 cm).

Stalk: 10 to 16 inches in diameter (25 to 40 cm);
Ribs: 14 to 23 ribs

Central (S): 4 large central spines, the lowest central is wider Radial (S): 6 to 12 1-inch long radials

Flowers: pinkish purple or yellow flowers, 1 to 1.5 inches in diameter (2.5 to 3.5 cm). They come in late autumn to early winter, and need a fair amount of bright sunlight to form.

Water Needs: Little to moderate water when established

Min Temperature: 50°F (10°C); Frost Tolerance: Hardy to 25°F (-4°C)


Ferocactus glaucescens

Common Name(s): Blue Barrel Cactus

Description: It can be a very neat, compact and attractive addition to any collection. Generally solitary, barrel cactus, bluish green stems up to 22 inches tall (55 cm), 20 inches in diameter (50 cm);

Spines: Straight white-yellow spines Central (S): 0 or 1 central spine
Radial (S): 6 or 7 radials, 1 to
1.6 inches long (2.5-4 cm).

Flowers: Yellow flowers, 1.2 to 1.5 inches in diameter (3-4 cm), in summer

Sun Exposure: Sun to Partial Shade

Min Temperature: 50°F (10°C) Will take some frost

 We provide non-chlorophyll cactus plants grafted on stems fest growing and lasting for years Best prices Beautiful collection of unique cactus plants and non-chlorophyll cactuses

Gymnocalycium mihanovichii cv. 'Hibotan'

Gymnocalycium mihanovichii is commonly grown as ornamental plant worldwide. The colored forms of this species are colored because they are mutants that lack chlorophyll, and can only survived if grafted on another plant that has chlorophyll.

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 Gymnocalycium mihanovichii cv. 'Hibotan' $8.00

The top of this cactuses is not a fruit or a flower, it is actually the Gymnocalycium. This variety developed in Japan does not have any chlorophyll.

Gymnocalycium mihanovichii is commonly grown as ornamental plant worldwide. The red-colored forms of this species are red because they are mutants that lack chlorophyll, and can only survived if grafted on another plant that has chlorophyll.

It is grafted on stock that can live forever.


 Opuntia basilaris Rooted pads

Opuntia basilaris Rooted pads         $ 5.00 USD New offer only $4.00
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Common Name(s): Beavertail 


The Beaver-tail Cactus is a smaller 

prickly pear cactus, and it will often start blooming when it has only two 

pads. Beware that the glochids 

(these little barbed bristles 

organized in clusters) can penetrate the skin.

Very good for 

landscaping as well as

 for windowsill

 Austrocylindropuntia vestita

$4.00 New offer for Holidays only-$3.40

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Shrubby cactus; stems not segmented, up to 20 inches   long, 

1.2 inches in diameter (3 cm); persistent leaves, up to  1.2 inches long (3 cm); hairy areoles with thin long        white hairs. Beautiful bright red flowers

It is very attractive in Home and Office collections.

 Uebelmannia pectinifera Ø5-6 cm $22.00, grafted. Grafted plants grow 4       times faster. Grafting is used also for species that    are very sensitive to rot. Uebelmania pectinifera have highness sensitivity to fungus.

 It is one of the most beautiful cactus species having a  dark brown green, firm, almost lizard-skin textured       'skin', nice angularity to it's overall spherical shape         and linear arrays of not-too-viscious black spines         down it's sides on a white fluffy background. It's a     striking cactus and most people seem to notice it       before all others in the garden. 

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  Uebelmannia pectinifera

Stem: Although usually globular or slightly elongated in cultivation, it is    reported to grow to as much as 800 mm tall and 10-15 cm wide. It is dark  reddish-green to reddish-brown, with off-white scales. (In cultivation the color of the plants depends on sun exposure, the plants grown in shadow are green with white stripes, while the ones in full sun take on a dark frost brown or purple color)

 Gymnocalycium mihanovichii cv. 'Hibotan' f. pink $8.00

New offer for Holidays only-$5.95

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The pink-colored forms of this species are pink because they are mutants that lack chlorophyll, and can only survived if grafted on another plant that has chlorophyll.

It is grafted on stock that can live forever. Every year it will be more and more beautiful


Ferocactus rectispinus Ø8 cm Rare Cactus Sale. Long Spined Barrel Cactus for sale for $9.30 Old price $10.00

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 Description: this magnificent plant has some of the longest straightest spines of the Ferocacti. Central (S): 1, very long ( 9-25 cm long × 2.5-4 mm. in cross section ). New spines are bright red.

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