Cactus Courier
Newsletter of the Cactus and Succulent Society of San Jose

Steve McCabe - Dudleyas

Named for Stanford professor William Dudley, Dudleyas are native to the southwestern United States and Baja California. At one time or another they have been included in the genera Cotyledon and Echeveria, but Dudleyas are now considered to be members of a genus all their own.

Steve McCabe is the Coordinator of Research and Education and Curator of Succulents for the Arboretum at UC Santa Cruz. A succulent show competitor since his teen years, his status as a scientist, horticulturist, and grower are well established.

Steve will be bringing plants to sell.

Cactus:         Open • Advanced • Novice  
Nastiest Spines
Succulents:         Open • Advanced • Novice  
Winter growing or blooming succulents (Aloes, Senecios, Conophytums, etc.)
Something Special:         Open • Advanced • Novice  
Dudleya (or your choice)
Beginners' Luck:         Novice Only  
Valentine theme (red/pink flowers, plants, spines, or blush)

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