Cactus & Succulent Journal 1985/4


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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  • The President
  • Obituary: Pol Bourdoux
  • The World of Succulents
  • The Mesembryanthemum Event, by Sonia Barker-Fricker
  • A Choice of Name: Haworthia marginata or Haworthia pumila, by Will Tjaden
  • Conservation and the Trade, by Sara Oldfield
  • Solution to Puzzle No. 12
  • A Visit to the Joshua Tree National Monument, by Colin and Eileen Truman
  • The Aesthetics of Succulent Plants, by Gerard Krulik
  • Trials of Rootstocks for Grafting Cacti, by A.N.Sharga, M. Kazmi and Jharna Gupta
  • Keeping Cacti and Succulents in an Unheated Greenhouse, by Keith Burr
  • BCSS National Conference and Show, 1987
  • A New Garden Form of Schlumbergera, by Eckhard Meier
  • The Society Badge
  • A Collector’s Sketchbook, by W.E.Putnam
  • Opuntia schaffeyi  Will Flower in England Too! by Normal E. Wilbraham
  • Succulent Plants: A Trial from the Start, by Alistair Duffy
  • The 1985 Seed Distribution, by David Rushworth
  • The Specialists
  • Gymnocalycium kozelskyanum, by F.M.Muse
  • Face to Face
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