Re: [IGS] succulent species

Thank you for your reply. That was what I figured I would be told. It seems
like all the jobs in horticulture are more oriented towards ornamental
plants. I can not wait to start carving those little mickey mouse topiaries
haha. Fortunately the university I go to offers a masters in Arid and Semi
Arid Land Research (so far they have a %100 placement rate) which seems like
my best bet at get a job dealing with caudiciforms or at least in South
Africa. Along with my minor in botany hopefully I could become involved in
research somewhere. Maybe even persue a PHD in some allied field.
-----Original Message-----
From: Andrew Wilson <awilson@FDA.NET>
Date: Thursday, April 23, 1998 9:45 PM
Subject: succulent species

>Dear All,
>As a recent participant in this robin I am submitting this without knowing
>if there is somebody in the group who can answer my question. The topics
>that I have seen covered so far have dealt with species that are hardy even
>in frosty climates. But, here goes!
>I am looking for a book describing the succulent, caudiciform species of
>Pelargonium and Sarcocaulon. Also, does anybody have information about
>eventual size of P. crithmifolium and P. dasyphyllum?
>San Diego, California

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