Dry Garden is by far the grooviest plant nursery that I know of.
Once a gas station on Shattuck Avenue in North Oakland, now a plant nursery for dry-ish California gardens.
They have some rather uncommon plants for sale too.
Amorphophallus rivieri in a 4" pot for $6.95. I bought one. Maybe the raccoons will eat it and die. That would be nice.
Manihot esculenta with complimentary Verbena bonariensis. I bought one of those too although it's probably inadvisable to plant a young tapioca tree with raccoons around.
No species ID for this potbound 2-g Aristolochia, but it was on sale for $16.95.
I did not buy it.
Begonia boliviana, a winter-deciduous perennial for sun or shade.
I've killed Sisyrinchium 'Quaint and Queer' three times now, so I'm not buying it anymore.
Until next time...