The Cactus and Succulent Society of America (CSSA), founded in 1929, is a worldwide community of avid gardeners, hobby and commercial horticulturists, nurserymen, and professional scientists who all share an appreciation for cacti and other types of succulent plants.

The objectives of the Society are reflected in our Mission Statement
  • July - Agust 2014: 86-4

    • An extraordinary new species of Aloe from the Republic of Mozambique

    • Haworthias – natures’ naughty cultivars a dated update regarding a few fascinating and vindicatable retusoids
      Gerhard Marx

    • Thermal Damage and Aberrations in Cactaceae: Observations in 2013
      Vladimir Basiuk

    • An unexpected new species of Aloe from Zimbabwe
      Tom Mccoy, Obety Jose Baptista & Darrel Plowes

    • Superb Succulents
      Duke Benadom

    • Book Reviews
      Peter Breslin, Root gorelick, Tim Harvey, D Russell Wagner and Laurel Woodley

    • Diploid Opuntia hybrids from northwestern Arizona
      Marc Beckstrom, A. Dean Stock, Chris Ginkel & Nancy Hussey

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  • Number 19, 2014

    • Embryology and seed development in Pereskia lychnidiflora (Cactaceae)Karina Jiménez-Durán, Salvador Arias-Montes, Aurea Cortés-Palomec & Judith Márquez-Guzmán

    • Axillary branching of lateral cephalia in Cactaceae is not constrained by tilting of shoot apicesRoot Gorelick

    • Morphological and nectar traits in Echeveria rosea Lindley (Crassulaceae) linked to hummingbird pollination in central Veracruz, MexicoH. David Jimeno-Sevilla, Angélica M. Hernández-Ramírez, Juan Francisco Ornelas &
      Silvana Marten-Rodríguez

    • The distribution of cirio (Fouquieria columnaris) in Baja California, MexicoRobert H. Webb, Mario Salazar-Ceseña & Raymond M. Turner

    • Nutritional composition of Opuntia sulphurea G. Don cladodesValeria P. Carreira, Julian Padró, Nicolás Mongiardino Koch, Pedro Fontanarrosa, Ignacio Alonso
      & Ignacio M. Soto

    • Micropropagation of cacti—a reviewJustyna Lema-Rumińska & Dariusz Kulus

    • A new shrubby species of Aloe in the Imatong Mountains, Southern SudanTom McCoy & Leonard E. Newton

    • The small-flowered Afro-Arabian species of HuerniaDarrel C. H. Plowes

    • Agave azurea (Agavaceae), a new species from Baja California Sur, México, with notes on other agaves on the Vizcaíno PeninsulaRobert H. Webb & Greg Starr

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