CactusWorld 2014/2


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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  • Confessions of a Turbinicarpus collector (part 2) by Rob Stevenson
  • In my greenhouse by Tony Morris
  • Huernia pulchra, a new species from Somaliland (Northern Somalia) by Giuseppe Orlando and Marwan El Azzouni
  • Plant of the quarter
  • Cacti and succulents at the World Garden by Tom Hart Dyke
  • Dudleyas, then and now by Roy Mottram
  • Fiambala by Elvia Speranza and Moreno Cental
  • Hybridising with Aloe jucunda by Bert Jonkers
  • Cactus and succulent touring, UK: part 1, South Wales and the West of England by Stephen Morris
  • Award of Garden Merit for cacti and other succulents by Terry Smale and Al Laius
  • A love of Brachystelma by Sylvia Porter
  • Cactus seed longevity by Natalia Yefremova
  • Round Robins report
  • Succulent snippets
  • CactusTalk
  • Literature review

Front cover: Echinomastus johnsonii near Meadview, Arizona, USA. The dark red colour of the spines is from the light at sunset after a very short rainstorm. The colour of the spination is generally pale in that area. Growing in extremely gravelly soil which is very poor in nutrients, it is often found with the base of the plant or top of the roots exposed. According to The New Cactus Lexicon this is Sclerocactus johnsonii Photo: David Donati

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