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2014 Succulent Show: “Beauty Amidst Drought” | Golden Gate Park
Looking for unusual plants at prices that are easy on your wallet and our water supply? The SF Succulent & Cactus Society will show off hundreds of succulents grown by Bay Area gardeners.
The sale will include diverse forms of succulents, cacti, pottery, bromeliads, and more. Throughout the weekend event, members of the SFSCS will be available to answer questions about plant care and about joining the society.
2014 Succulent & Cactus Society Show & Sale
June 21-22, 2014 | 9 am to 5 pm
SF County Fair Building, 1199 9th Ave, San Francisco
The 2014 theme is “Beauty Amidst Drought.” The Bay Area’s Mediterranean climate, with its mild winters and dry summers, is an excellent place for the cultivation of succulent plants. When Mother Nature decides to restrict our precious water, these plants are a great resource, needing little water and yet rewarding us with amazing sculptural forms and an incredible array of colors. With water shortages ahead, and the likelihood of rationing in some water districts, there is no time like the present to take a look at plants which can make do on less, and do it in style.
Every half hour, there will be a free raffle and winners will take home a free plant.
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Submitted by Rena