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July 2013 Meeting: Caudiciforms / Bob Potter

It is the holiday season, but nonetheless more than 20 branch members and guests came to hear Bob Potter’s talk on caudiciforms – perennial plants with a woody base, essentially. More specifically, Bob’s talk covered Adenia, Anacampseros, Ceropegia, Didieria, Dorstenia, Euphorbia, Kedrostis, Monadenium, Othonna, Pachypodium, Pelargonium and Peperomia – all illustrated by wonderful slides taken […]

Blooms at Winterbourne

Finally, there was a touch of spring in the air last week. Here are some recent photographs of plants from the greenhouses at Winterbourne…