Cactus Courier
Newsletter of the Cactus and Succulent Society of San Jose



Ellen Stubblefield - Windowboxes

In her own words:

I started with the Monterey Bay Society in 2001. Naomi Bloss asked me to join, while I was showing plants at the Santa Cruz County fair. I also showed at the Monterey and King City Fairs. I now belong to five clubs and attend seven shows.

I propagate 90% of the plants I sell. I love to make wreaths and window boxes, or use anything that will hold a plant. My house work is always behind, because I love to be outside replanting and propagating. I started quilting about the same time, after retiring from banking. My husband says he is not building any more hot houses. He has said that before.



Cactus:         Advanced • Novice  
Ferocactus
 
Succulents:         Advanced • Novice  
Peperomia
 
Something Special:         Advanced • Novice  
Will this look good in a windowbox? Anything hanging*, tall, full, or colorful, e.g., Senecio, Sedum, Crassula, Aeonium, rat tail cactus, etc (or your choice)

* Make sure you bring something to support your hanging plant.
 
Beginners' Luck:         Novice Only  
Variety is the spice of life variegated cacti or succulents
 





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The Cactus Courier is the newsletter of the Cactus and Succulent Society of San Jose (CSSSJ). The members of the CSSSJ freely contribute the materials published herein. The accuracy of information and opinions expressed are those of the contributors. Scannable hardcopy and Windows format text files sent via email or on CD or DVD are acceptable as input. Send newsletter articles to Rich Kroll at: csssj@ckart.com



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