CactusWorld 2020/1


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 runs to approximately 70 pages, though occasionally longer editions are produced as well as Special Issues. Older issues may differ.




  • Editor’s comments by Al Laius
  • Eriospermums by Terry Smale
  • Some interesting Ariocarpus hybrids in cultivation by Ralph Peckover
  • The succulents of Bull Bay, Anglesey by Christopher Leather
  • Dichotomous branching in Euphorbia canariensis L. by Massimo Afferni
  • Presidential potted plants – Uncarina peltata by Colin C Walker
  • Arrojadoa marylaniae – finally extinct? by Paul Klaassen
  • An old plant with a distinguished pedigree by David Quail
  • A new Aeonium and Sempervivum hybrid by mark Lea and Daniel Michael
  • Shooting RAW by John Ellis
  • In my greenhouse by Matt Gibbs
  • Filiferous agaves by Colin C Walker
  • Judging a show in Cyprus by Stirling Baker
  • Other habitts of Matucana aurantiaca in the Cajamarca region (northern Peru) by Holger Wittner
  • Literature review
  • CactusTalk

Front cover: Copiapoa cinerea subsp. columna-alba in habitat at the Pan de Azucar National Park in northern Chile.  (Photo: Ian Thwaites)

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