34th Annual Succulent Plant Symposium

The Huntington Botanical Gardens

September 2, 2017, 8:30am Ė 5:00pm


Each year the Cactus and Succulent Society of America holds a Succulent Symposium at The Huntington Botanical GardenSpeakers this year will be:

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Mark Dimmitt, eremophytoeugenecist, Tucson, AZ
Five-Star Botanizing in South Africa: You donítí have to camp in the hinterlands to see the great plants!
James D. Mauseth, University of Texas, Austin 
Some unexpected consequences of becoming adapted to desert conditions
Cody Coyotee Howard, Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville
Bulbous monocots: their evolution into horticultural gems
Greg Krehel, echinopsisfreak.com, Ponte Vedra Beach Florida
Freaky flowers: the stunning beauty of Echinopsis flowers captured via time lapse photography
Sula Vanderplank, CICESE and San Diego Natural History Museum
Rooted in the Islands: Documenting changes in the perennial flora of the archipelago of Bahia de Los Angeles, Mexico
Gary D. Roberson, Huntington Botanical Gardens, San Marino, California
Relocation of the Loran Whitelock Cycad Collection
About Us
- An Affiliate of the Cactus and Succulent Society of America 
In addition to  the speaking agenda, there will be a continental breakfast, silent auction, lunch, and succulent sales in their nursery.  You donít want to miss this fun and worthwhile event! 
Registration is $85.00.  Pre-registration is required.  Payment must be received by August 29th.  If you are a current SDCSS member and have done  a Plant of the Month or Pre-Meeting Workshop presentation during the past 12 months, the Club will reimburse you for your registration fee.
Clickhere for a printable registration form.