Dwarf Aloes! This small-growing Aloe is often mistaken for a Gasteria or Haworthia. It produces a compact rosette of 3 in. - 4 in. long leaves that are tightly clustered, with age attaining multiple heads. The sur... More
Short leaf aloe! This beautiful species is quite moisture tolerant and able to withstand fairly cold temperatures, down into the upper teens, with minimal damage. It is a compact plant with short and fat waxy, blue le... More
Wild forms! Often what is in cultivation for a species is one clone, introduced years back and then divided over and over. That one clone becomes so widespread that we often use it to define the species, when in ... More
Dwarf soap aloe! This low-growing species is often mistaken for Aloe maculata but can be distinguished by its smaller size which is about one third of that of the soap aloe. A low-growing profile and suckering habit m... More
Blue dwarf aloe! This low growing succulent is native to the transitional zone in South Africa between summer and winter rainfall areas - the best area from which succulents come. This clustering aloe has short, grey ... More
Karoo Aloe! Aloe longistyla is an interesting little aloe that originates from the arid Karoos of South Africa. The plant has qualities that are reminiscent of Aloe humilis and Aloe brevifolia but the rosettes ar... More
Hardy aloe! Finally, an aloe we can grow outside that survives in spite of heat and wet winters. These large, succulent perennials produce 3' tall candelabra-like panicles throughout the warm months. The pinkish-... More
One way then another Aloe! This aloe is unique in that its growth habit changes as it ages. For a long period of time during this plants juvenile phase the leaves of the plant are distichous or stacked in two rows that parallel... More
Pepe Aloe! This hybrid of Aloe descoingsii x A. haworthioides is one of my favorite aloes in my potted aloe collection. I love its tight, clustering habit of almost micro-sized, perfectly-symmetrical rosettes. I... More
Golden Toothed Aloe This Aloe x nobilis clone was given to us years ago by Tom Peace. Over the years that we have kept it in our container collection it has always been highly admired. In overall form, it is a c... More
Doctor Runyon! In 1990 we found a small colony of rosette forming, succulent plants growing on an isolated mountain, and by 1992 Scott Ogden was able to assist us with its identification. This was the first known si... More
We got this plant from a tissue culture lab that initially sold them as Echeveria lilacina. When I first saw the little plants out of the box I was somewhat suspicious that the plants were not E. lila... More
Short leaf Gasteria! The name Gasteria brevifolia may not be a valid name botanically but horticulturally the name exists. Our plants form a tight rosette composed of short, fat, fleshy leaves covered with prominant white... More
Napier Living stone! Gasterias have been relegated to pot culture in all but the mildest climates. It has been assumed that the are completely cold tender but our experimentation and observations of the plants seen in hab... More
Croucher's Gasteria! This species of Gasteria is one of the larger growing species, with rosettes reaching up to 15" in height and 24" in diameter. The rosettes are composed of triangular shaped, lanceolate leaves that ar... More
Lime Warty! This striking Gasteria hybrid is a favorite to all who see it. The compact swirling heads of leathery leaves have a rough warty, reptile-like texture that combines to make this one of the most unusual... More
Ghost Plant! The Ghost Plant has been a favorite succulent in southern zones for many decades. Its glossy-gray, succulent rosettes are so appealing and pleasant to the eye that for a plant, if it were a food, it w... More
Glass marbles Haworthia! Wow, try to pin down the accepted name for this plant online and your head will spin. I have seen Haworthia cooperi var. pilifera, H. cooperi var. pilifera forma truncata, H. pilifera var. salina, H. ... More
Lime Haworthia! The standard Fairy's Washboard, Haworthia limifolia var. limifolia, has been a longtime succulent favorite. The ripple-textured, dark-green colored leaves, and the almost spiraling form of the rosette... More
Root-Hardy Kalanchoe! In the summer of 2013 a long time, good customer from Austin brought me a Kalanchoe that he said had been root hardy for him for years. I was skeptical but politely tried to get more information from ... More
Agave look-alike! This Manfreda or x Mangave has an unmistakable agave-like appearance. Its deeply-channeled, upright, leaves are widest in the middle, tapering at each end, and are edged in fine, brittle teeth along t... More
Old Cultivate! This form of Manfreda variegata has been cultivated in south Texas gardens for many generations. This clone forms robust colonies of lush, strap-like, heavily spotted, succulent foliage. It blooms in ... More
Big, burgundy spots lay boldly against a silvery-gray background, on wide succulent leaves, making this robust, Manfreda hybrid a sensation to behold. This colony forming plant spreads by rhizomes, lo... More
Creeping Pursulane! I have cultivated this portulaca for well over 20 years and have carried it with me to every garden I have kept over the years. I find it to be indispensable because of its beauty, heat tolerance, eas... More
Mason's Congo Sansevieria! The thick, leathery, and mottled leaves of this Sansevieria, which often get to be 10" wide, and can reach heights of 30" or greater, never go unnoticed. The texture and form of this plant draws one's... More
Golden Sedum! This sedum has proven its durability. Several years back we planted it for trial beneath an Eucalyptus neglecta. As time passed an Asparagus virgatus grew in front of it, obscuring it from view, and w... More
xGasteraloe 'Ed Hummel' xGasteraloe (also sometimes spelled xGastrolea) is the hybrid genus for any bigeneric hybrid between a Gasteria and an Aloe. We have had this xGastrolea for many moons and it is a forever favorite. ... More
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This year's sale will runs through August 23rd. We have a wide range of plants with discounts from 10 to 50% off. Prices good on in stock items only. All sale items must be scheduled for delivery prior to the end of September, 2014.
No shipping in August. We will suspend the shipping of plants from August 11th thru September 5th (plants can still be ordered, but shipping will be held-over until after September the 8th). It is normally too hot to ship plants at this time and often too hot to do much of anything. For those in the States requiring Phytosanitary Certificates and who want delivery of their plants before we suspend shipping August 11th, please place your order by July 31st so we have time to get the required Phytosanitary Certificate and still be able to get the order out in a timely manner.
Prices good on in stock items only. All sale items must be scheduled for delivery prior to the end of September 2014.
We've moved to Giddings
Despite many attempts over the years to update our address from the old Hempstead location that appears in internet search engine results, we've had little success, so please note that Yucca Do Nursery Inc. has only one location in Giddings TX. The old Hempstead, TX location no longer exists. If you go there you will not find Yucca Do Nursery. Also, Yucca Do Nursery in Giddings does not have walk-in retail hours. If you wish to visit the nursery please make an appointment.