|The next TCSS Cactus Rescue Sale 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 an 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 recent 2017 TCSS Spring Garden Tour was a great success. For some time, you can still view the pictures and descriptions of the gardens on the tour on this page.
The Second Edition of the TCSS Field Guide is available. See the Field Guide Page.
The publications page has two new articles in the Florilegium section related to Joseph Wood Krutch.
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!
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.
||The next TCSS meeting is the yearly Holiday Party and Gift Exchange on Sunday December 10, 2017, open to all TCSS members, but please RSVP. Note: there is no first Thursday of the month meeting in December.
The previous TCSS monthly general meeting (open to members and non-members) was on Thursday November 2, 2017. Mark Alan Dimmitt gave a presentation titled "The science (and art) of taxonomy: How we make sense of nature's diversity".
NOTE the meeting location: Sky Islands Public High School 6000 E. 14th St Tucson, AZ 85711.