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Cactus and Succulent Review
Welcome to the latest issue of the Cactus and Succulent Review.
The Cactus and Succulent Review is a quarterly online magazine issued in pdf format. Each issue contains a variety of articles on cacti and succulents, with some guest plants as well.
The plant shown on this issue's front cover is Cephalopentandra ecirrhosa and the picture comes from Sue Allan's article 'A succulent garden in Kenya'. Also featured is an extensive article on Socotra, by Frazer Henderson, including the iconic Dracaena cinnabari.
There is plenty more besides of course ranging from an introduction to Tillandsia, and how to grow them, to Blossfeldia liliputana which must surely be the most unusual cactus.
See the Full Contents for more details or download the current issue from one of the links on this page.
Choice of file sizes – lower resolution files
The Cactus and Succulent Review now has at least 60 pages, with full colour illustrations, so the files have been getting larger. This means that they may be more difficult to download to older computers, tablets or phones. With this in mind we are now making available a choice of high or lower resolution file sizes for current or recent issues.
The lower resolution files are much smaller, but with very little loss of quality. If you have ever experienced difficulty in downloading the CSR do try the lower resolution version.
See the link on the right for the current issue or our Low Resolution Downloads page.
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The Cactus and Succulent Review is delighted to present
'Cactus at the Castle'
At Lullingstone Castle in Kent.
See Cactus at the Castle for more details.
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