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  • Growing Cacti and Succulents in the Canberra Region

    Growing Cacti and Succulents in the Canberra Region Excerpt of article from Newsletter: November 2012, Volume 34, Number 4 Firstly, let me define what I mean by the Canberra region and why our growing conditions offer particular challenges. The...

    https://cactusact.org.au/index.php/9-plants/35-growing-cacti-and-succulents-in-the-canberra-region
  • How to Root a Succulent Leaf

    and texture to a deck, porch or room. Collect a succulent leaf cutting in the spring or summer when the plant is actively growing. Choose a healthy plant with no signs of damage or disease from which to take the cutting. Select a healthy leaf without...

    https://cactusact.org.au/index.php/9-plants/46-how-to-root-a-succulent-leaf
  • when to re-pot

    of the nutrients in the soil. Squeeze the pot – does it resist or easy to squeeze? Is there enough soil in the pot? Roots growing out of the bottom. Rootball is like a “rock”. Plant stops growing. Plant looks half dead; when re-potting you can check the...

    https://cactusact.org.au/index.php/9-plants/34-when-to-re-pot
  • Welcome

    students; others photographers, artists, horticulturalists, general gardeners and many others. We are all interested in growing cactus and succulents. Some of us have been growing succulents for many decades.

    https://cactusact.org.au/index.php/25-welcome
  • Soil Mixing Day

    we order a cubic metre of sand and another of good quality potting mix, and, using two cement mixers, we create wonderful growing media. Our expert mixers 'tune' the mix to match the type of plants we grow. Succulents can use one mix, and cacti the...

    https://cactusact.org.au/index.php/18-events/40-soilmixingday
  • National Arboretum, Canberra Succulent Garden

    of the Society donated some wonderful examples of plants that do well in this area, and maintain and improve the bed still. Growing succulents and cacti in an area where temperatures drop well below zero in winter, but can get higher than 40 degrees...

    https://cactusact.org.au/index.php/18-events/45-arboretum-succulent-garden
  • Meetings

    beforehand for details. Meetings include talks and demonstrations. Members share their knowledge, ideas and experience of growing cacti and succulents in the Canberra climate. Refreshments are provided and members may borrow books and journals from the...

    https://cactusact.org.au/index.php/18-events/9-meetings-activities
  • Cleistocactus example 2016

    Above is a photo of what I believe is a Cleistocactus growing in my garden. It is planted under the eaves of the house along the north facing side of the house, driveway side. For the last few years it has had some minor dieback on a branch or two but...

    https://cactusact.org.au/index.php/9-plants/47-frank-h-2016
  • History

    others interested in forming a group. 3 June 1965 - A notice placed in the Canberra Courier invited people interested in growing cacti to a meeting at Barry's place in Lyneham. 27 June 1965 – At the meeting it was agreed to establish the Canberra Cactus...

    https://cactusact.org.au/index.php/8-the-society/7-history

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