CactusWorld 2020/3


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 David Quail (guest Editor)
  • A new Austrocactus from “Nowhere Land” by Elisabeth and Norbert Sarnes
  • Succulents in Tigray and Afar, northern Ethiopia by Trevor Wilson
  • Strombocactus disciformis: a slow-growing Mexican gem by David Quail
  • Presidential potted plants by Colin C Walker
  • Succulents in the Waterberg, Limpopo Province, South Africa by Ralph Peckover
  • Crassula “Thrashula” by Tyler Thrasher
  • Cylindropuntia ramoisissima – the diamond cholla by Root Gorelick
  • Grafting cacti at the Alameda by Sam Hoey
  • In my greenhouse by Robin Arnott
  • Aloe ngutwaensis (Asphodelaceae), a new species in Makueni County, south-eastern Kenya by Kennedy Wambua Matheka, Itambo Malombe, Thomas Mwadime, Emily Wabuyele and Leonard E Newton
  • Zlatko’s favourites (2)
  • Growing echeverias indoors using grow lights by Lisa Ferguson
  • Discocactus pugionacanthus by Tony Morris
  • A beginner’s guide to enhancing your cactus and succulent pictures using Adobe Photoshop Express by Terry Goodfellow
  • Sedum jarocho (Crassulaceae), an endemic and little-known stonecrop from Veracruz, Mexico by Miguel Cházaro-Basánez, Rodrigo Carral-Domínguez & Carlos Arzaba-Villalba
  • Another new name in the Aloe group of genera by Julian Shaw and Richard Dee
  • Queen of the night by Alan Ibbotson
  • Coryphantha missouriensis with pectinate spines by Root Gorelick
  • Fake news – misinformation on Aloe vera by Len Newton
  • Literature review

Front cover: Conophytum bilobum subsp. bilobum “Leucanthum”.  (Photo: Brian McDonough)

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