CactusWorld 2018/4


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.



  • Editor’s comments by Al Laius
  • A visit to see Mammillaria perezdelarosae in habitat by Ian Woolnough
  • Chilean cactus adventures (part 3) by Jonathan Y Clark
  • Growing cacti and succulents outdoors in Finland by Pia Leppanen
  • Seed list 2018/2019 by David Rushforth
  • Silk floss trees by Ray Stephenson
  • The cactus and succulent collection at Glasgow Botanic Gardens by Louise Bustard
  • Sansevieria coleana TG.Forrest (Asparagaceae):a new species in Uganda by Tom Forrest
  • Presidential potted plants by Colin C Walker
  • Copiapoa krainziana – hints on cultivation by Tony Morris
  • Cactus and succulent growing for the disabled and elderly by James Pickering
  • The `Beast’ by Dave Marchbank
  • Top tips for new members – basic cultivation advice
  • How tender are our plants? by John Ellis
  • More on mealy bugs – what to do about them by Hazel V Taylor
  • In my greenhouse by Peter Berresford
  • CactusTalk

ON THE COVER: Mammillaria perezdelarosae is arguably the most spectacular species in the genus. In the habitat report in this issue we learn that they grow on sloping bare rock in pockets of moss or in cracks, with excellent drainage. It is always worth reading about habitat conditions as these will help you with your own plants in cultivation (Photo: Ian Woolnough)

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