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South Coast Botanic Garden [Map]

We meet at:
South Coast Botanic Garden [Map]

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South Coast C&SS monthly meeting – October 2023

October 8
Aeonium 'Merlot' in a Jim Gardner pot

PRESENTER FOR OCTOBER: Jim Gardner “Fascinating succulent flora of the Canary Islands”

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Long Beach Cactus Club – Annual Auction 2023

October 1

Oct 1, 1pm-3:30pm Info. call 714-553-6914 Women’s Club of Bellflower, 9402 Oak St., Bellflower, CA 90706

Conejo C&SS – Fall Sale 2023

October 10

Oct. 10th 2023, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm 558 North Ventu Park Road, Thousand Oaks, CA, 91320 SE corner of Ventu & Hillcrest

Mini-Show Results September 2023

SCCSS 2023 09 - Open Succulent Third - Laurel Woodley - Adenium arabicum

Mini Show results, winners and photos of plants.

Mini-Show Standings

Mini-Show Standings

Table of points from Mini-Shows.

Mini-Show Cactus October 2023: Copiapoa

Copiapoa cinerea

A genus of cacti from the dry coastal deserts, particularly the Atacama Desert, of northern Chile.

Mini-Show Succulent October 2023: Graptopetalum, Graptoveria, Pachyveria

× Pachyveria 'Powder Puff' (='Exotica')

These 3 genera produce rosettes with thick leaves. Graptopetalum is native to Mexico and Arizona. Graptoveria and Pachyveria are nursery hybrids.

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We Aim To:

  • Promote education and cooperation among hobbyists and others interested in the study, culture, and propagation of succulent plants, including cacti.
  • Support the activities of organizations whose goals include the conservation of cacti and succulents in their native habitats.
  • Learn facts, make friends, have fun!

2022 Holiday Party

2022 Holiday Party cake

The 2022 Holiday Party was well-attended (about 40 people) and marked 50 years of the South Coast C&SS.

Final Mini-Show Standings 2022

The final Mini-Show points totals for the year 2022.


2023 Annual Plant

Aylostera vulpina

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