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Mary is sometimes quite contrary, but not always.

October 19 Meeting – Ed Read, Collection Care 101

Don’t forget, our meeting is a week early this month! Social Time at 7pm, meeting starts at 7:30. Edward Read is our speaker this month. “What’s going on with my plant?” is a question that I am asked quite often. … Continue reading

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August 24 Meeting ERNESTO SANDOVAL

Mr. Sandoval will give a talk on Plant Hormones. Snacks and social time at 7. Meeting starts at 7:30.

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July 20-22 Summer Sale and Exhibit

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June 22 – Kelly Griffin

Kelly Griffin As a function of his work at Altman plants, Kelly Griffin is charged with finding and creating new and different plants. Some of Kelly’s hybrid aloes and agaves are well known in the industry and are collected by … Continue reading

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May 25 Meeting – Gunnar Eisel

Come for Social Time at 7, meeting starts at 7:30. “Beauty in the Eye of the Beholder:  Our Wonderful and Weird Hobby” It is easy to see what attracts people to roses or African violets. However, if one asks C&S enthusiasts what they like about … Continue reading

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April Meeting – Jeff Moore

Jeff Moore of Solana Succulents will discuss his new book. Social time at 7pm, meeting starts at7:30. We look forward to seeing you there!

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Spring Sale and Exhibit

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February meeting – Gary Duke

February 23. Meeting starts at 7:30, with social time starting at 7. Gary will talk about Dudleyas and Tylecodons.

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January Meeting ONE WEEK EARLY! – Craig Fry

January 19, 2017 “Succulents of Joshua Tree and Orange County Coastal” Our first meeting of 2017 will feature speaker and club member, Craig Fry. Meeting starts at 7:30 with Social Time starting at 7pm. There will be plants and hopefully … Continue reading

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