CactusWorld 2015/3


The Society journal  appears quarterly and is a richly illustrated, topical and informative journal which is highly respected worldwide.Currently issued in B5 format with beautifully illustrated, laminated covers the journal usually runs to 56 pages, though occasionally longer editions are produced as well as Special Issues. Older issues may differ.

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  • Editor’s comments by Al Laius
  • A month in Mexico – part 1 by Ian Woolnough
  • Why are mesembs the Cinderellas of the cactus and succulent world? by Peter Bint
  • Who else loves agaves? by Attila Kapitany
  • In my greenhouse by Mike Stansbie
  • Euphorbias worth knowing and growing (part 4) by Gerhard Marx
  • Two new additions to the genus Aloe from Somalia by Tom McCoy & John Lavranos
  • A different way to grow the smaller epiphytic cacti by Mark Preston
  • Aeonium hybrids and heredity by G D Rowley
  • Haworthia magnifica or mirabilis – that is the question? by Rogan B Roth
  • A new BCSS Fellow
  • Wilcoxias by John Pilbeam
  • Succulents in the garden by David Quail
  • Literature review
  • Ex situ conservation of cacti and succulents at CSIR-NBRI Botanic Garden, Lucknow, India by R K Roy & J S Khuraijam

Front cover: Agave utahensis var. eborispina Attila Kapitany’s article inside this issue looks at the tremendous variation to be found in habitat plants of Agave utahensis. The prominent white-spined examples of this species are recognised by many growers as. Agave utahensis var. eborispina (Ivory-spined agave). (Photo: Attila Kapitany)

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