denvercactusco

WINTER HARDY CACTUS & SUCCULENTS

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Announcement    🌵OFFERING QUALITY COLD-TOLERANT, XERIC PLANTS VIA OUR ONLINE CATALOG ALL YEAR LONG🌵

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🔥We are a Colorado Certified Nursery and licensed Plant Select Propagator. All of our plants are grown in the state of COLORADO (Z5/6)🔥

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Last updated on May 24, 2022

🌵OFFERING QUALITY COLD-TOLERANT, XERIC PLANTS VIA OUR ONLINE CATALOG ALL YEAR LONG🌵

🔥 STAY TUNED WE ARE GEARING UP TO START OFFERING A SEED SELECTION AND MORE PLANTS🔥

🔥We are a Colorado Certified Nursery and licensed Plant Select Propagator. All of our plants are grown in the state of COLORADO (Z5/6)🔥

!🌵Check us out on instagram and Facebook (@denvercactusco)!🌵

NOTICE: Because of Etsy's seller fee increase we can no longer offer free shipping. Sorry for the inconvenience. Free shipping will now be applied to select items and on orders of $75 or more (Until June 15th)

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Growing winter hardy cactus and succulents from Pueblo, CO. Check us out on instagram (@denvercactusco)

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Last updated on May 11, 2022
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Care instructions

Plants will arrive with roots already (unless specified) and can be planted directly into the garden or in pots. Like Opuntias, make sure that the soil is properly draining (at least 50% mineral).

Place your plants in the garden where they will receive at least 6 hours of direct sunlight per day. This will ensure that they will store up enough energy to be vibrant, healthy and have lots of flowers.

We suggest covering newly planted Agave with frost cloth or styrofoam the first 2 winters so the roots establish.

We recommend John Spain’s book ‘Growing Winter Hardy Cacti in Cold Wet Climatic Conditions’ for top notch info on how to grow your hardy plants.

Happy gardening!

Jorge & Daniel
TC DENVER LLC
@DENVERCACTUSCO

Wholesale availability

We hope to offer wholesale options in the future. If you'd like to connect, send us an email at tcdenverllc@gmail.com