Meetings are now held at 488 Madison Avenue (near 52nd Street), 19th floor
Kalanchoe is a genus of about 125 species of tropical, succulent flowering plants in the family Crassulaceae, mainly native to the Old World. Only one species of this genus originates from the Americas, 56 from southern & eastern Africa and 60 species in Madagascar. It is also found in south-eastern Asia until China.
These plants are cultivated as ornamental houseplants and rock or succulent garden plants.They are popular because of their ease of propagation, low water requirements, and wide variety of flower colors typically borne in clusters.
Please bring any Kalanchoes you may be growing for show and tell.
NEXT MEETING June 16 - Melocactus
Guests are always welcomed, and we're always eager to see your plants. Come and hang out. Our Facebook page for the event can be found here.
Please check out our Facebook page regularly as it has a listing of upcoming events and lectures. You do not have to be a facebook member to see the page.We have been posting photos of our trips this summer as well as some of the plants our members have been growing.
Welcome to the New York Cactus & Succulent Society. The NYCSS is a group of cactus and succulent enthusiasts dedicated to growing and learning about this fascinating and diverse group of plants.
We meet on the 3rd Thursday of September-December and March-June - in other words, every month except for January, February, July and August, at 488 Madison Avenue (near 52nd St), 19th Floor. Meetings cover all aspects of cactus and succulent growing; formats range from talks to slide shows to sessions on repotting techniques. We also make trips to plant shows and sales in and outside of the city and visit members' collections.
Please join us! Prospective new members and guests are always welcome at meetings, and we always love seeing any plants you would like to show off.