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Bay Area cacti?

Posted by NorCalNiko USDA 9 Sunset 16/17 (My Page) on
Wed, May 30, 12 at 18:04

Anyone know a good place to get succulents and cacti inexpensively in the Bay Area (preferably North bay)? I'm looking to pick up a few Blue Agaves, and other assorted desertscape.

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RE: Bay Area cacti?

  • Posted by bob_b Sunset 14, Ca. (My Page) on
    Wed, May 30, 12 at 19:56

Lone Pine Nursery in Sebastopol specializes in succulents. It's a real nice little nursery.


RE: Bay Area cacti?

Thanks RB. I'll check it out.

RE: Bay Area cacti?

If you happen to go to Berkeley here are some places:

I just picked up a few more agaves today from the UCB Botanical Gardens. Their cacti and succulent nursery is open thursdays 10:30 to 1:30, and they have a nice selection, and some good sizes and are very reasonably priced.

Then there is the Dry Garden , Cactus Jungle, East Bay Nursery and Annies Annuals in Richmond.

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