A web site dealing with succulents from Africa and Madagascar
The web site aims to promote knowledge of these fascinating regions which hosts most of the non-cacti succulenst of the world. The page will include virtual tours through some of the most succulent rich areas, mor information about the area, interesting facts about succulent plants, lots of illustrations, conservation aspects, a section for enthusiasts wanting to start build up a collection, a discussion forum where readers can participate and request advice on cultivation etc, information on where to obtain nursery grown plants, where to find books, journals, CDs etc. on the subject, and how to travel in the area.
|Kambroo Plants can supply a wide variety of succulent plants from Africa and Madagascar. All plants are cultivated from well-documented material and are sent by air-mail world-wide. All necessary documentation is supplied. A new nursery at Cliffendale Road, Faerie Glen, Pretoria is now open.|
|Euclea Books can supply all your need regarding publications on African succulents as well as many other botanical publications.|
|Gariep Travel specialises in trips to the Succulent rich areas of Southern Africa. All tours are accompanied by guides who know the area and flora well.|
|Umdaus Press has earned a reputation for the quality of its natural history publications. Recent titles include: Regions of Floristic Endemism by Abraham E van Wyk and Gideon F.Smith; Richtersveld, The Enchanted Wilderness by Graham Williamson; Haworthia Revisited, A Revison of the Genus by Bruce Bayer and Geophytic Pelargoniums by Charles Craib.|