We are a Western Colorado club whose mission is to promote knowledge, enjoyment, cultivation, and conservation of cacti and other succulent plants among its members and other individuals and organizations throughout West-Central Colorado. We created and maintain two beautiful cactus and succulent Demonstration Gardens in Grand Junction: one at the Colorado State University Extension office and the other at the Western Colorado Botanical Gardens. These gardens also present xeric and native plants and showcase various garden design strategies that work in our challenging local climate.
In addition to our Monthly Programs, we usually organize a few Field Trips every year, some local and others further afield, to view plants in habitat. We also participate in various Education Outreach activities where we connect with the community to share our passion and knowledge about cacti and succulents. The club can also be contacted to help in plant re-homing — indoor cacti or succulents sometimes get too big for their space or too big a chore to maintain. We may also be able to assist with garden rescues if outdoor cacti or succulents no longer fit your landscaping needs.
October Regular Meeting
Peter Newbury will present a talk entitled: “Oddities and Monstrosities: the world of cristate and variegated succulents.”
Thursday October 11th, 6:30 – 8:30 pm, Unitarian Universalist Congregation (upstairs), 536 Ouray Ave, Grand Junction.
Please check the calendar for details as well as the schedule for upcoming gardening events.
The September Newsletter is out:
Big Bend photo teasers • Tributary Award • Yet another photo contest reminder • August at our demonstration gardens • What’s Eating You? • Calendar of upcoming club events • More
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