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Fat plants book

I took Noreen's suggestion and ordered a copy of Gordon Rowley's "Caudiciform and Pachycaul Succulents" from Amazon-dot-com. It arrived this morning and it's a terrific book. I took it to work and the big guy spent a couple of hours going through it, taking notes, then it moved to the accounting department where there are a couple of fat-plant nuts [and, after looking at the book, one new convert]. Gotta rescue it tomorrow so the short one can see it this weekend.

Since it's kind of pricey, if you are interested, you might want to encourage your local public library to buy it. But talk about great bonsai material.... Wow.

Island Jim Southwest Florida Zone 10

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