CactusWorld 2019/4


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
  • There is more to Thelocactus than bicolor and rinconensis! by Peter Cupial-Jones
  • Succulent othonnas by Terry Smale
  • Echinocereus photos request by Michael Lange
  • A useful non-chemical treatment for pests on individual plants by Paul Doyle
  • Pediocactus sileri (Engelm. ex J.M.Coult.) L.D.Benson – a gem in habitat, a rarity in cultivation by Zlato Janeba
  • Can learning to care for plants help save them from extinction? by Jared Margulies
  • The life and times of Gordon Rowley (1921-2019) by Colin C Walker
  • In my greenhouse by Derek Nicholas
  • “Same same, but different”: Euphorbia horrida and Euphorbia polygona by Detlef H Schnabel
  • Using succulents in the garden by Cheryl and Andrew Sanderson
  • Taking the plunge – new to showing by Dave Marchbank
  • The many faces of Pterocactus fischeri by Elisabeth and Norbert Sarnes
  • CactusTalk
  • Seed purchaser’s report 2019 by David Rushforth

Front cover: Flowering Pediocactus sileri with delightful creamy to pinkish flowers.  The habitat photo (890m elevation) was taken on 13 April 2019, in north-western Arizona, just south of the Utah-Arizona border.  Read all about this species, including cultivation tips, in this issue.  (Photo: Zlatko Janeba)


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