Many Other Plants For Sale

The golden barrel cactus for sale are also very nice, field-grown plants, with a gorgeous yellowish-orange spine color in the centers where the new spines are forming, grading to clear lemon-yellow on mature spines that have grown out to the sides of the plant. We offer these golden barrels in the following sizes and prices:

  • 5-inch diameter plant - $15.00
  • 6-inch diameter plant - $20.00
  • 7-inch diameter plant - $25.00
  • 8-inch diameter plant - $30.00
  • 9-inch diameter plant - $35.00
  • 10-inch diameter plant - $40.00

Note: All sizes are the plant's body only - spines are not included in the measurements. On occasion larger golden barrels are available, but they are a come-and-go proposition and as such we do not list them as always available. Just ask, and if you want to be placed on a waiting list for the next good larger one that surfaces, we will be happy to accommodate you.

Other Barrel Cacti

We also have additional barrel cacti of a number of species, once again in variable sizes and prices and with differing availabilities. Inquiries are always welcome, and plants range in size from about 4" across and under a pound to as much as 24" tall and 60 lbs. Here are some of the species we carry:

  • Echinocactus grusonii (golden barrel- see section above)
  • Echinocactus platyacanthus var ingens (Mexican biznaga, candy barrel cactus)
  • Echinocactus polycephalus (many-headed barrel cactus - sporadic and by special request or reservation only)
  • Ferocactus acanthodes (red barrel)
  • Ferocactus cylindraceus (red barrel, same as above under different name)
  • Ferocactus chrysacanthus (yellow-spined Baja barrel, also red-spined variants on occasion)
  • Ferocactus emoryi (Sonoran barrel)
  • Ferocactus glaucescens (clustering blue barrel)
  • Ferocactus hamatacanthus (Texas barrel)
  • Ferocactus herrerae (Mexican fishhook barrel)
  • Ferocactus latispinus (wide-spined barrel, eagle-claw barrel)
  • Ferocactus peninsulae (Baja Peninsula barrel)
  • Ferocactus pringlei (truly flaming scarlet spination)
  • Ferocactus rectispinus (hatpin barrel)
  • Ferocactus robustus (clustering barrel)
  • Ferocactus stainesii var pilosus (gorgeous red spines with white hairy-looking radials)
  • Ferocactus wislizenii (Arizona fishhook barrel)

Barrel cactus

Barrel cactus are the most popular when they are between the size of a cantaloupe and an average-sized seedless watermelon, and present less of a shipping problem, since they are more compact. Barrel cactus prices run from $10 to $100, and dimensions range from about 4” across and under a pound in weight to as much as 24" tall and 60 pounds in weight. Ask us if you seek one that you are not seeing listed. Shipping a barrel cactus can be anywhere from $12 to $60; of course the wide range is the result of variables in size and distance and we can give a more accurate quote when we know more about your particulars.

Payment methods accepted are cash, check, money order, or PayPal. There is no order form on this website, since maintaining a current and accurate inventory and automatic ordering list would be prohibitively time-consuming. We ask you to Contact General Manager Jan Emming or by phone at (928) 766-2597 to discuss your needs in person. Once we have determined what you need and that we can help you, we will arrange payment via one of the methods above.

Agaves, Aloes, and Yuccas

We also have available a number of agaves, yuccas, and aloes, grown from seed or divisions in Yucca, Arizona. Plants range from offsets and pups 4 to 6 inches tall with 5 to 8 leaves, up to semi-mature rosettes 2 to 3 feet tall with 30 to 50 leaves.

 

  • Agave americana, a very nice blue variety with gray stripes
  • Agave americana medio-picta, with white stripes down center of leaves
  • Agave americana variegata, with yellow stripes on bluish-gray leaves
  • Agave chrysantha
  • Agave colorata
  • Agave deserti ssp. simplex
  • Agave filifera
  • Agave havardiana
  • Agave lechuguilla
  • Agave lophantha
  • Agave mckelveyana
  • Agave neomexicana
  • Agave palmeri
  • Agave parryi var huachucensis
  • Agave parryi, tight blue form with nice artichoke-like appearance
  • Agave polianthiflora
  • Agave salmiana var ferox
  • Agave scabra ssp. zarcensis
  • Agave shreveii
  • Agave utahensis ssp. kaibabensis
  • Agave weberi
  • Agave wocomahi

Some of the Aloes and yuccas we have are as follows:

  • Aloe brevifolia
  • Aloe dichotoma
  • Aloe ferox
  • Aloe graminicola
  • Aloe x. grenadensis, aka popcorn aloe
  • Aloe marlothii
  • Aloe nobilis
  • Aloe saponaria
  • Aloe striata
  • Aloe vera, both yellow and orange-flowered variants

In addition to large Joshua trees, we do have ones of other species. Included in this general group are yucca-like plants in the genera Nolina and Hesperaloe. They range from 1-gallon pots up to 15-gallon pots. Inquire for sizes and prices from the list below:

  • Calibanus hookeri
  • Dasylirion wheeleri
  • Dasylirion miquihuanensis
  • Dasylirion quadrangulatum (syn. Dasylirion longissimum)
  • Hesperaloe nocturna
  • Hesperaloe parviflora, yellow-flowered variant
  • Hesperaloe parviflora, typical pinkish-red flowers
  • Nolina bigelovii
  • Nolina microcarpa
  • Nolina nelsonii
  • Yucca aloifolia
  • Yucca baccata
  • Yucca brevifolia
  • Yucca elata
  • Yucca rigida
  • Yucca schidigera

Other cactus and Succulent genera

To round out this page and make it somewhat comprehensive, we should at least list some of the other genera and species we carry so that you can see them all in one spot. In keeping with our theme of variability and flexibility, ask about sizes and prices:

  • Ancistrocactus uncinatus
  • Ariocarpus (several species)
  • Coryphantha (many species)
  • Echinocereus (many species)
  • Echinomastus johnsonii
  • Gymnocalycium (several species)
  • Mammilaria (many species)
  • Notocactus (several species)
  • Opuntia (many species)
  • Stenocactus coptonogonus
  • Thelocactus (several species)
  • Alluaudia procera (Madagascar ocotillo, octopus tree)
  • Euphorbia (several species)
  • Fouquieria columnaris (boojum tree)

We are constantly evolving and adding to what we grow and sell here at D:FR, so if you are interested in finding a plant that is not on the list provided here, please write us and ask about it by emailing Jan Emming. You can also call (928) 766-2597 if you prefer. We do not have an automated order form on this website due to the highly variable and individualized nature of what we carry, so either write or call to discuss your order with a real person. Full instructions for care will be provided with every purchase upon request. Shipping and freight charges vary widely and are strongly dependent upon the size of the plant and its weight. Payment is accepted via cash, check, money order, or PayPal.

We cannot sell saguaros larger than about 30 inches tall via mail because of weight limitations. If you live within a few hundred miles of Northwest Arizona and desire a large and mature saguaro cactus for outdoor or landscape applications (more than 4 to 5 feet tall) email us for specifics on how to go about getting one and the costs. See the Saguaros For Sale page for more detailed information on saguaro cactus pricing.

We will be happy to provide an estimate for shipping based upon any plant that you want to have sent via mail, or by delivery in the case of larger saguaro cactus or Joshua trees. Email Jan Emming or call (928) 766-2597 to make such inquiries.

Shipping within the United States is straightforward, but shipping internationally can be complicated and very expensive. It is possible to send saguaros and other large, heavy plants overseas, but there is some risk involved of extra fees, or with import authorities refusing entry of the items into the country. We cannot be responsible for extra fees, taxes, licenses, permits, or rejection of internationally shipped plants, so be aware of the potential problems before you order.

Thank you for your support of Destination: Forever Ranch and Gardens. We look forward to serving you.


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