Succulents look great, save water, & can reduce fire danger!
At Mission Cactus, we believe that Every day should be Earth Day
Mission Cactus is a licensed, California nursery, certified by the county of Ventura, located in Camarillo, California. We sell to landscape professionals and succulent enthusiasts. Sorry, but no on-premises sales!
Richard at THE HUNTINGTON Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens (Desert Garden above) located in San Marino (near Pasadena), California, during a July, 2009 visit
Why "mission cactus"? The picture in the circle in the upper left-hand corner of this page is that of a Prickly Pear, more commonly called a Nopal, a plant native to Mexico. Because of water and food shortages, missionaries brought and planted Prickly Pears near most missions in early California. These plants, with their thick, green leaves and summer fruit, became an important food staple for the mission community. Even today, many individuals of Mexican heritage--and others who have developed a taste for the plant--enjoy Nopales as a culinary treat.
Epiphyllums (Orchard Cactus)
Tillandsia (Air Plants)
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Selling through these FARMERS' MARKETS
THOUSAND OAKS: The Oaks Mall, Rte. 101 and Lynn Road, 350 W. Hillcrest Drive: Thursdays, 1:30 - 6:30 p.m. (Market Info:  529-6266). This market moves into the mall during the Christmas holidays.
VENTURA: Municipal parking lot at Palm and Santa Clara Streets; Saturdays, 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (Market Info:  529-6266) This market is open year-round.
Mission Cactus plans to return to Thousand Oaks on February 7
Please Note: Mission Cactus is one of the supporters and listed retailers on The Garden Spot at bewaterwise.com sponsored by the Metropolitan Water District and the family of Southern California Water Agencies.