Arid Lands Greenhouses is a succulent plant and cactus nursery in Tucson, Arizona, USA, that is a retail source of plants to novice and serious collectors as well as wholesale supplier for other businesses. We sell species of Adansonia, Adenia, Adenium, Asclepiads, Agave, Aloe, Anacampseros, Avonia, Bursera, Commiphora, Dorstenia, Euphorbia, Fouquieria, Haworthia, Gasteria, Monadenium, Pachypodium, Pelargonium, Sansevieria, and Uncarina. We carry many species of geophytes, cucurbits, asclepiads, pachycaul trees, hoyas, pachyforms, terrestrial bromeliads and orchids, mesembs, and bulbs. We are open Tuesday through Saturday from 8 AM to 4 PM in the winter and 7 AM to 3 PM in the summer. It's always best to call first.

We ship plants bare root for their protection as well as for your other plants; see Getting Started or Plant Care Tips for details. We reserve the right to charge exact shipping costs above our shipping assessment for bulky or heavy parcels using FedEx ground or USPS.

If you are new to succulent plants and want some suggestions for plant selection, go to Getting Started. Heat packs are used for winter shipping; see Getting Started. Please note taxonomic changes as well as Resources. We do not offer a printed catalog, please use the Online Catalog, print the Plant List, Contact Us for specific question, or see What's New for details.

You must have a business resale license to order wholesale from us. We have a new Wholesale List for September 2019.

INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS: Because of on-going demand, we ship non-CITES plants outside the US with a phytosanitary certificate. Please read our terms of service for International Customers. We now have aCITES permit for many Aloes and have applied for permits to export Euphorbia and other species in 2019.

The minimum wage for Arizona increased again on January 1, 2019, but we have not increased our base prices. Shipping charges keep increasing, forcing increases in our shipping charges. Starting June 1, we are open from Tuesday-Saturday from 7 AM to 3 PM. A new aloe book is being published; see See What's New for details.