Directions how to get to Kakteen-Haage are here.
Our nursery´s opening hours are
Monday to Friday 7 am til 6 pm, and Saturdays 10 am til 3 pm.
In winter (November through February), we open at 8 am and close at 4 pm Monday to Friday, Saturdays 10 am til 3 pm.
The Kakteen-Haage catalogue is being published bi-annually in April/May and October/November, and available to download from our website.
Yes, we ship internationally to the EU and overseas on a regular basis.
Please understand, all overseas orders travels on your risk.
If you order from the US, please note:
Permits are required for the importation into the U.S. and transit through the U.S. of regulated plants and plant products for consumption or propagation. We provide you with a plant health permit, that you to attach to your application.
All necessary information is provided on the USDA website, including policies, forms etc. You would either have to apply for a general permit, or one for endangered species that are on the CITES-list.
1. Abbreviations in text:
|w.||This article is subject to availability and sold fast, maybe sold out already.|
|es.||Well tasting plants or fruits – tested by Kakteen-Haage culinary cactus-dinner|
|§||These plants are subject to CITES, additional documents required for export outside EC – which may take several months and additional costs (up to 100 Euro)|
|NEU.||This article is NEW or has not been available for a long time|
|~||This plant is of special interest for “Insiders”, difficult to get or hardly subject to cultivation|
|H.||hight of the plant in Centimeters (excluding pot)|
|dM||we measure the diameter of the plant at the widest extension (excluding spines)|
|VE||these plants are grafted, as it does not easy or is difficult to keep on its own roots|
|*1||Frost hardy cacti <BR>*1 down to -20°C<BR>(for a better orientation we have mentioned the minimum temperature of their natural habitats), more information below …|
2. Frost hardy cacti and succulents
We tried to classify our plants. Keep in mind: the temperatures are information from natural habitat of the plants, and not necessarily guaranteed.
*1 below -20°C
*2 to -20°C
*3 to -15°C
*4 to 0°C mild climates
^ we suggest raincover (from class 3)
3. Abbreviations in seeds:
Behind a / are older, species-or genus name, which are according to the current nomenclature of David R Hunt is no longer valid. We kept these old names to have a better understanding.
Usually you will find 20 seeds in one packet, unless marked as follows:
# – 10 seeds
## – 5 seeds
!! – 1 seed
100 seed-packets contains always 100 seeds 🙂