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Cacti & Succulents (15 entries)

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  • Presented in English and German, this collection of links also has over 100 photographs.   [Google cache]
  • This English and Portugese site presents all kinds of information about Brazilian species of cacti from taxonomy and phylogeny to photographs and pollination methods.   [Google cache]
  • Talk with other cacti and succulent growers.   [Google cache]
  • cacti_etc is a mailing list dedicated to cacti and other succulent plants.   [Google cache]
  • If you want to know about cacti and succulents, then this is the place for you! This site has links to nearly every page about this topic on the Internet, houses the official web page for the three largest cactus and succulent societies in the world, and has links to mirrors in over 7 languages.   [Google cache]
  • Tom Tadfor Little is quite an interesting guy. This personal page of his has good descriptions, photographs, and if we know Tom, taxonomically correct.   [Google cache]
  • This in-depth page focuses on cacti and succulents from the deserts of North America, although general information on the entire cactus family is also presented. Photographs, pathology, propagation, and classifications are covered.   [Google cache]
  • All kinds of information with extra attention paid to Asclepiads, Haworthias, Hoyas, and Peperomias. Also includes cactus recipes!   [Google cache]

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