The Cactus and Succulent Plant Mall
The Cactus and Succulent Plant Mall

A symposium on vegetative propagation
Doryanthes palmeri (Doryanthaceae): the Australian "spear lily"Paul I. Forster
Yucca declinata: a new species from SonoraJoseph E. Laferrière
The genus Adenium in cultivation. Part 3: Adenium somalenseChuck Hanson & Mark A. Dimmitt
Spotlight on Round RobinsBraden Engelke
Cacti & Succulents for the AmateurDuke Benadom
Euphorbia forolensis, a new Kenyan species in the E. heterochroma groupLeonard E. Newton
Valley View Succulent NotesGerald S. Barad
Dappled beauty: the spotted aloesKenneth Quinn
Micropropagation of the endangered succulent, Stapelia semota, by axillary proliferationYasseen Mohamed-Yasseen,
Sheryl A. Barringer &
Walter E. Splittstoesser
Mindy Fusaro and Peg Spaete receive Superior Service AwardLarry W. Mitich
From cacti_etc
Letters to the Editor
Index to Volume 67
Cover illustration: Except for Yucca endlichiana, most yuccas are not very succulent, but they have the stiff, sharp-outlined silhouettes of many succulents and can certainly be considered xerophytes.

Our cover photo, taken by Carol Wujcik of Fountain Valley, California, was a prize-winner in the national show of the CSSA at the Huntington Botanical Gardens last June. We have tentatively identified the species as Y. glauca because of its reddish-tinged, almost globose flowers.

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