Cactus & Succulent Journal 1993/1


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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  • Ariocarpus from Seed, by Brian Moss
  • Effects of Environment on Sulcorebutias, by Ralph Martin
  • Judges’ Comments on the National Show: Spalding 1993
  • Unexpurgated Adventures of a Ring-Cristate Lobivia, by Gordon Rowley
  • Problems of Synonymy in the genus Haworthia, by Paul Whicher
  • Another Look at Windowsill Culture, by Gillian Evison
  • Eriospermum dregei, by Gordon Rowley
  • Mammillaria napina, by Bill Maddams
  • All I Can Find Out About … Mammillaria bombycina Quehl, by David Brewerton
  • Colour Development in Schlumbergera, by A.J.S. McMillan
  • One Plus One, by Tom Jenkins
  • Ariocarpus Assignations, by Bill Wightman
  • The Baviaanskloof, Kougadam and Aloe pictifolia Hardy, by Ernst van Jaarsveld
  • The Importation of Artificially Propagated Cacti and Other Succulents, by Bill Maddams
  • Studies on the Behaviour of Plants with Implications for Cultivation, by Leonard Jeffries
  • Peat, by Martin R. Newman
  • For Junior Members, by Catherine Elphee
  • Branch Newsletter, by Roland Tebbenham
  • Face to Face

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