|Cactus & Succulent Society of New
Mexico is an affiliate of the Cactus and
Succulent Society of America.
Meeting Info: Albuquerque Garden Center, 10120 Lomas Blvd NE, Albuquerque, NM, 3rd Friday, 7:00 pm.
President: Margaret Todd
To contact the CSSNM via email, please use this address: CSSofNM@gmail.com
October 15, 2021 -- Zoom meeting for anther month...
Dan Mahr, a retired professor from the University of Wisconsin, will talk about the "Cacti of Brazil".
Members will receive an email with a Zoom meeting invitation and
Non-members are encouraged to request an invitation via email at CSSofNM@gmail.com; please include your name so that we can admit you to the meeting.
Zoom help/info is available.
Information about plants
Plant information may be found here. Checkout the article on potting soils which lists recipes from several members. Collecting wild plants is generally discouraged -- see why! Siegfried Lodwig has written 2 articles (text and pictures) on growing cacti from seeds and growing/transplanting the seedlings.
The Cactus and
Succulent Society of America's e-newsletter "To The Point"
has articles about plant cultivation, individual societies, and other
Landscaping Southwest is a program that investigates water-wise landscaping and gardening. This video looks at the La Mesa Community Garden in the first half and Ralph Peters' xeric yard and his cactus & succulent collection in the second half. It shows cacti, succulents, and other native plants (ocotillos, penstemons,...) used in landscaping and discusses their cultivation.
|Checkout picture galleries of flowering cacti and succulents courtesy of Siegfried Lodwig. A new gallery is up for July - August 2021 with 112 photos.|
Useful links for information on the web may be found here. Check out the blog from Australia.Club Information