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October 2017

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Pachycereus pringlei update

In case you were wondering what will happen to the Pachycereus pringlei which was also on the terrace at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens, here are some before and after photos of it showing it wrapped up in bubblewrap and cardboard before being transported to the nursery on a trailer where it was potted up ready […]

Agave tequilana now under cover

The Agave tequilana which was outside at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens has now been moved indoors into the subtropical house. The move took all day and involved six gardeners.

October Meeting – Threatened Cacti of Mexico

  Don’t forget our next meeting on 17 October in the usual room at Winterbourne when we will be welcoming our good friend and award winning photographer Ian Thwaites with a talk on Threatened Cacti of Mexico. All visitors welcome.

Update on Agave tequilana at Birmingham Botanical Gardens

It’s that time of year when we’re all thinking of bringing our plants inside for the winter so spare a thought for the gardeners at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. Eddie Adams has sent the latest pictures of the Agave tequilana which has started to flower. The plant is 5.95m tall and in the event of […]