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The oldest Cactus & Succulent club in America.

Next Meeting

Sunday, July 7

Ernesto Sandoval - A Natural History of Baja California

Ernesto has traveled to the Baja California Peninsula over 15 times.  As a photographer, this is one of his favorite lectures because he’s amassed a visually enticing collection of photographs from one of his favorite deserts.  Boojum, elephant trees, agave, and dudleya are featured along with succulents such as Pedilanthus macropcarus.  This particular region of the Sonoran Desert features visually stunning landscapes such as the Cataviña boulder field along with a few fog belts where Tillandsia recurvata can be seen growing on succulents. He hopes you’ll be inspired to visit what is probably the most lush desert in the world.

Plants of the month:
Cacti: Opuntia/Tephrocactus | Succulent: Pachypodium

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Monthly Meetings

We meet at 1:00PM on the first Sunday of the month at The Woman’s Club of Bellflower. Doors open around noon for meeting set up. Mini show set up starts at 12:30, and meeting starts at 1:00PM.

There will be vendors selling plants and pots. Everyone is welcomed to come early and help set up and check out what’s available for purchase.