The Dublin and District Cactus and
Succulent Society

a Branch of the British Cactus & Society zone 17.


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The aim of the members is to grow and flower Cactus & Succulent plants successfully but it is difficult to find plants and

information on them in Ireland, but this site might help.

Many people have a succulent or cactus on a windowsill or perhaps a few in a porch so this Society was formed in 1992 to

enable those with an interest in these plants to meet and discuss. The Society now has on average twentyeight members who

hail from every corner of the country; some with no more than six plants to those members who have two full glasshouses.
Saturday and Sunday
May 24th and 25th
The Branch Show in the Teak House,
National Botanic Gardens,
Glasnevin.

Meetings
Day &Time:-

The Society meets on the second Thursday of every month at 6.30pm.


Venue:- The National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin, Dublin 9. Visitors are most welcome

Contact:- The Hon. Secretary, Frank Keoghan, 25, Shanowen Crescent, Dublin. 9.
Telephone: 087-2308330

afkeoghan@eircom.net and info@irelandcactus.com


Benefits of membership

  • Illustrated talks on various methods of culture  
  • Four full colour magazines a year
  • Extensive seed list  
  • The Biannual Cactus & Succulent Society Branch Show.  
  • From time to time visits from Nursery men with plants for sale and to give lectures
  • Society Library from which members may borrow books on all aspects of C & S  
  • The journals for other societies in America, Europe  
  • Lectures on various trips made to see these plants in their native habitat  
  • Members plants sales or exchanges  
  • Plants you wish to have identified  
  • Advice on plants with which you are having particular problems

 

 

 

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