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Succulents - updated 10/24/22


Geoscape Desert Nursery
Cold hardy cactus, succulents, and perennials for the rock gardening enthusiast.
1-208-884-1251 ( voice mail )
geodesert@yahoo.com
Agave parryi var. neomexicana


Ordering Instructions
- $18 minimum purchase for live plant orders, $12 on seed only orders.

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                                                       Geoscape Desert Nursery
                                                       1962 North Sparkling Place
                                                       Meridian, ID 83646

- International orders welcome on seed orders only. $35 USD minimum order.
Fall 2022 plant list  Seed buying options at the bottom of the page.
Seasonal shipping has ended and will resume spring 2023.
- All prices include free USPS 1st Class or Priority Mail shipping.
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Agave parryi, "Parry's Century Plant", 30"H x 36"W
Coconino Co., AZ, 6800 feet, Hardiness: Z6b-9b, This is the largest of the hardy Agave's from just south of Flagstaff, Arizona. Blue leaved rosettes approach 3 feet or more in diameter at maturity. Rosettes produce numerous pups.
Flickr photo gallery link,1 picture: Here
1 offer: 4-6 inch rosette, shipped bare root for $25.00 each.
Agave parryi var. neomexicana, "New Mexico Century Plant", 20"H x 24"W
Eddy Co., NM, 5500 feet, Hardiness: Z6b-9b,  A smaller more compact variety of parryi with shorter bluish gray green leaves. Main plants produce numerous pups.
Flickr photo gallery link, 1 picture: Here
1 offer: 4-6 inch rosette, shipped bare root for $25.00 each.
Agave toumeyana ssp. bella, "Toumey's Century Plant", 12"H x 60"W
Gila Co., AZ, 4200 feet, Hardiness: Z7a-10a, Thin yellow-green leaves on small rosettes margined with curly white hairs form dense clumps.
Flickr photo gallery link, 1 picture: Here
1 offer: 4-6 inch rosette, shipped bare root for $25.00 each.

Hesperaloe parviflora, "Texas Red Yucca", 30"H x 72"W
( ex. cultivation, origin USA, Texas, Edwards Plateau south into northwern Mexico ) Hardiness: Z7a-10a, Long leaves margined with curly hairs form broad, dense clumps. Tall flower stalks with red-pink bell flowers attractive to hummingbirds. 
Flickr photo gallery link:, 2 pictures: Here
1 offer, 12-15 inch high seedlings, flowering size, shipped bare root for $30.00 each.
Yucca elata, "Soaptree Yucca", 240"H x 72"W
Lincoln Co., NM, 6400 feet, Hardiness: Z6a-9a, ex. Alan Bradshaw's collection from Lincoln Co., NM, Trunk forming tall plants, solitary at first, later branching after flowering. Fast growing and an excellent feature plant in the desert landscape.
1 offer, 12-15 inch rosettes, shipped bare root for $30 each.
Yucca schottii, "Mountain Yucca", 144"H x 48"W 
Cochise Co., AZ, Hardiness: Z6b-9b, Large plants with rigid blue green leaves on tall trunk forming plants excellent as a feature landscape plant. Considered to be a natural cross between Yucca elata and baccata.
1 offer, 12-15 inch rosette, shipped bare root for $30 each.
Yucca nana, "Miniature Yucca", 36"H x 12"W
San Juan Co., UT, 6600 feet, Hardiness: Z5b-8b, Essentially a dwarf form of the common Yucca harrimaniae with smaller compact rosettes with hairy leaf margins. Plants will form clumps in age and individual rosettes can develop short trunks.
Flickr photo gallery link, this will open a new window, 3 pictures: Here
1 offer, 4-6 inch rosettes, shipped bare root, for $30 each.
Yucca torreyi, "Torrey's Yucca", 144"H x 48"W
Presidio Co., TX, Hardiness: Z7a-10a, Large spanish bayonette type yucca with thick rigid green leaves form tall trunk forming plants in age. A feature landscape plant.
Flicker photo gallery link:, this will open a new window, 2 pictures: Here
1 offer, 12-15 inch rosette, shipped bare root, for $30.00 each.

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Succulent Seed 
I'll be adding more to this list in the future. Minimum order is $12 for domestic & $35 for International seed only orders.

Hesperaloe parviflora, "Texas Red Yucca", 30"H x 72"W
( ex. cultivation, origin: Edwards Plateau, Texas into northern Mexico ), From SW Idaho cultivated specimen plants, Hardiness: Z7a-10a, Long leaves margined with curly hairs form broad, dense clumps. Tall flower stalks with red-pink bell flowers attractive to hummingbirds. 
Flickr photo gallery link:, this will open a new window, 2 pictures: Here
Seeds are warm to hot weather germinating at 70-90 degrees F and take 3-6 weeks to sprout.
2 offers, 100 seeds for $4.00 each, 500 seeds for $18.00 each.
Yucca baccata, "Banana Yucca", 18"H x 72"W
Santa Fe Co., NM, 7000 feet. Hardiness: Z5b-8b.  ex. David Salman, Green leathery leaves on rosettes forming large broad clumps. This population with burgundy flower buds opening to white on short stalks, followed by banana like seed pods.
Seeds are warm to hot weather germinating at 70-90 degrees F and take 3-6 weeks to sprout.
1 offer, 50 seeds for $6.00 each.

Yucca brevifolia, "Joshua Tree", 180"H x 180"W
Lincoln Co., NV, 5000 feet. Hardiness: Zone 6a-9a, This is one of the northernmost populations and should  have excellent cold hardiness. Many plants exhibit a more compact growth habit, often described as var. jaegeriana, however this is not consistent within the population.
Flickr photo gallery link, this will open a new window, 5 pictures: Here
Seeds are warm to hot weather germinating at 70-90 degrees F and take 3-6 weeks to sprout.
2 offers, 100 seeds for $6.00 each or 500 seeds for $27.00 each.
Yucca brevifolia, 100 seeds, $6.00
Yucca brevifolia, 500 seeds, $27.00
Yucca brevifolia, "Joshua Tree", 180"H x 180"W
Esmeralda Co., NV, 5300 feet. Hardiness: Zone 6a-9a. Another hardy population here at the northernmost limits with cold snowy winters.
Flickr photo gallery link, this will open a new window, 3 pictures: Here
Seeds are warm to hot weather germinating at 70-90 degrees F and take 3-6 weeks to sprout.
1 offers, 100 seeds for $6.00.
Yucca brevifolia, 100 seeds, $6.00
Yucca elata, "Soaptree Yucca", 180"H x 84"W
Socorro Co., NM, 5200 feet. Hardiness: Zone 6a-9a. The state flower of New Mexico, ex. David Salman, 
Seeds are warm to hot weather germinating at 70-90 degrees F and take 3-6 weeks to sprout.
1 offer, 100 seeds for $6.00 each.
Yucca elata, 100 seeds, $6.00
Dasylirion wheeleri, "Sotol", 110"H x 110" W
Grant Co., NM, 6800 feet, Hardiness: 7a-10a, ex. Alan Bradshaw's high elevation collection from Grant
County, New Mexico should be be quite hardy once established, especially if provided with a southern exposure and sharp drainage. Bluish green powdery leaves edged with teeth. Large rosettes are a feature landscape plant.
1 offer, 12-15 inch rosettes, shipped bare root for $30 each.
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Yucca faxoniana, "Eve's Needle", 216"H x 96" W
Brewster Co., TX, 3500 feet, Hardiness, 7a-10a, The largest of the cold hardy yucca's once established. Space plants 12-15 feet apart and provide a south facing exposure with sharp drainage. Thick, strap like leaves form large rosettes, later branching, becoming tree like in stature.
1 offer, 12-15 inch rosettes, shipped bare root for $30 each.
Yucca thompsoniana, "Thompson's Yucca", 120"H x 60"W
Pecos Co., TX, 4500 feet, Hardiness: Z6b-9b, ex. Alan Bradshaw's collection from Pecos County, Texas. Trunk forming with yellow green leaves form small to medium rosettes, solitary at first, later branching in age.
1 offer, 12-15 inch rosette, shipped bare root, for $30 each.

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