|Newsletter of the Cactus and Succulent Society of San Jose|
Paul Heiple - Mesembryanthemums
An interest in succulent plants was a natural extension of Mr. Heiple's background in Geology. His professional excursions to geological sites have given him an opportunity to observe succulent plants in several of their natural habitats. Additionally, he has built gardens in three disparate climates, Colorado, Pennsylvania, and California.
How could someone who makes his profession studying rocks resist Mesembs, the plants that mimic rocks? For Paul Heiple, the attraction proved irresistible. In our November meeting, he will share with us his enthusiasm for these mimicry plants.
Hopefully, he will bring some of these plants he has grown from seed for sale to our members.
Members with last names starting with A through F should bring a snack for the November meeting.
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