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Photographer:Norm Dennis

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Rescue Sales

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The next TCSS Cactus Rescue Sale date is TBD

To be added to our TCSS Cactus Rescue Sales Notification Email List: email us (List@TucsonCactus.org) and mention that you want to be added to the TCSS Cactus Rescue Sales Notification List. You do NOT need to do this if you are a member. TCSS Members already get notified of all sales.

Information about our Cactus Gloves.

Here is a link to a PowerPoint presentation that shows how to plant a Saguaro. The file is 20 MB.

We have a new informational video about our cactus rescue program (12 minutes, 16M file, only download if you have broadband access)!

Click here to learn more about our cactus rescue program.

The 2016 TCSS Spring Desert Garden Tour was a great success. For a description of each garden, click here.

Browse a collection of documents from the Tucson Active Management Area (TAMA) on the publications page.

Low water use plant buyer's guide for Central and Southern Arizona.

Great video of blooming cacti flowers, must see!

You can now buy the TCSS Field Guide to Cacti & other Succulents of Arizona.

Videos about local Tucson gardens, TCSS, Tucson Pima Prickly Park, and the Sonoran Conference.

Video and story about Tucson Pima Prickly Park.

Growing (succulents) in the Desert Columns.

"COLD" How much Sun or Cold can your plant take? "See our ABC-123 Care Code". See also Freeze Facts by Mark Dimmitt

Monthly meetingThe next monthly TCSS Member Meeting is on Thursday June 2, 2016, from 7 - 9 pm. Wendell S. (Woody) Minnich will give a presentation titled "Mexico, The Hidden Treasures of Coahuila".

The previous monthly TCSS Member meeting was on Thursday May 5, 2016. Lucas C. Majure gave a presentation titled "Untangling the complex evolutionary history of the promiscuous prickly pears and other cacti, where did they all come from?"

NOTE the meeting location: Sky Islands Public Charter School 6000 E. 14th St Tucson, AZ 85711.

New Items Added

Growing Seeds Using a Red Cup by Doug Dawson

MyGeoTrex™ smartphone app for Pima Prickly Park

Interesting Links

The Sonoran Desert Florilegium Program has created this web site.

Take a look at Mark Dimmitt's Adenium web site.

Click for Tucson, Arizona Forecast

We conduct and sponsor native cactus and succulent rescue operations, plant sales, field trips, nursery and garden visits, conventions and conferences as well as other activities throughout the year. We set aside 25 percent of all cactus rescue profits for our School Grant Program. We welcome everyone to come to our meetings and join us in the fun and excitement. Become a member and expand your knowledge today!