Cactus & Succulent Journal 2003/4


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.



  • What is in a name? A look at Rebutia heliosa by Ralph Martin
  • So how many succulents are there? by Gordon Rowley
  • Denizens of the “Bacon Kips” rock by Rogan Roth
  • A visit to the habitat of Melocactus deinacanthus by John Hughes and Marlon Machado
  • Book review: Crassula, A Growers’ Guide
  • Cacti and succulents on phonecards by Mike Fever
  • An Echeveria for your garden border by David Quail
  • Round Robins report by Malcolm Holloway
  • H.M.Roan BCSS Life Member and Fellow 1909-2003 by John Cox and Gordon Rowley
  • Is this a record? The flowering of a Ferocactus at 8 months
  • The 2003 BCSS Seed Offering by David Rushforth
  • Ariocarpus flowers in habitat by Bill Weightman
  • Euphorbia abdelkuri ‘Damask’ by Dave Angus
  • Book review: Sedums of Europe – Stonecrops and Wallpeppers
  • Agave attenuata ‘Myron’s Magic’ by Gideon Smith
  • Book review: Cacti and Succulents – An illustrated guide to the plants and their cultivation

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