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Succulents other than cacti

A. J. van Laren

Succulents other than cacti

by A. J. van Laren

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Published by Abbey San Encino Press in Los Angeles .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Succulent plants.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementwritten by A. J. van Laren. Translated from the Dutch by E. J. Labarre. Arranged and edited by Scott E. Haselton. Natural color illustrations by Messrs. C. Rol, J. Voerman, jr., and H. Rol; cover woodcut by Vernon Jay Morse.
    ContributionsLabarre, E. J., tr., Haselton, Scott E. 1895- ed.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB438 .L3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination6 p. l., 98 p., 1 l. incl. mounted col. front., illus. (part mounted col.)
    Number of Pages98
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6316969M
    LC Control Number35002706
    OCLC/WorldCa6395653

    The book of cacti: and other succulents | Claude Chidamian | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. The term "succulent" has two meanings, one is the strict botanical sense that includes cacti and is primarily used in scientific work, the other (short for "succulents other than cacti") is far more frequent in horticultural contexts like forums, books etc.

      It's the logical continuation of the series and focuses on the opposite of “soft succulents:” euphorbias, cacti, terrestrial bromeliads and all kinds of other well-armed dryland plants. Since there is much territory cover, this is the biggest of Jeff's books: pages and + images (a few by yours truly). Let's take a look. The Areoles are the small but round dark-colored bumps that are on the surface on each cactus. It is the place where the hair and or flowers grow from the plant. So if you see a succulent that has areoles, then that plant is a cactus; if it does not, then it is not a cactus. Most cacti don’t have branches or leaves.

      Read on to learn more about growing cactus and succulent plants indoors. Cacti and Succulent Info. Cacti are associated with the desert, and many thrive in regions of Central and South America. Other cacti, though, come from as far north as Canada, and many are . A general definition of succulents is that they are drought resistant plants in which the leaves, stem, or roots have become more than usually fleshy by the development of water-storing tissue. Other sources exclude roots as in the definition "a plant with thick, fleshy and swollen stems and/or leaves, adapted to dry environments". This difference affects the relationship between succulents.


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This gorgeous guide features the history, cultivation, and imaginative use of more than succulent and cacti plants in comprehensive, easy-to-follow illustrated stages. The Complete Book of Cacti & Succulents Succulents other than cacti book a feast of in-depth information and over eye-catching photographs.

This book has everything you need to make your plant Cited by: 3. He is South Africa's most prolific author on succulent plants and has authored and co-authored over scientific and popular papers, as well as over 50 books, many on cacti and succulents. He has received more than 15 medals and awards in recognition of his research on succulents and environmental leadership work.

Explore a wide selection of /5(37). All cacti are succulents, but not all succulents are cacti. Most people assume that cacti are easy to spot, because they’re the ones with the spines. I thought this for years, but it turns out it’s not the case.

Many plants other than cacti have spines, both within the succulent group of plants, and some more widely. Finally- The perfect introductory book on identifying and growing succulents and cacti.

So many books are 50% Pinterest-style arts 'n' crafts nonsense for bored stay-at-home moms, or marked way up just because the designer spent extra time putting instagram filters on all the glossy photos to create a useless coffee table book/5(86).

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Emma Sibley. In stock online £ Hardback. This book is excellent,and full of information in my new interest in cacti. Hardback with beautiful photographs and pages full of interesting plants and other succulents. Sold by world of books, and the book is as new condition.

Delivery excellent. Really very pleased with this beautiful book Reviews: This gorgeous guide features the history, cultivation, and imaginative use of more than succulent and cacti plants in comprehensive, easy-to-follow illustrated stages.

The Complete Book of Cacti & Succulents is a feast of in-depth information and over eye-catching s: Succulent Plants Catherine Rutherford, Madeleine Groves and Maurizio Sajeva Succulent Plants A guide to CITES-listed species Catherine Rutherford Madeleine Groves Maurizio Sajeva This guide covers the main succulent species, other than cacti, regulated by.

Cacti and Succulents Handbook: Basic Growing Techniques and a Directory of More Than Common Species and Varieties (CompanionHouse Books) Cholla, Agave, Prickly Pear, Aloe, Sansevieria, and More Smith, Gideon F (Author). A true cactus is distinguished by the presence of areoles, small nubbin-like structures that occur over the body of the plant.

Cactus spines, as well as roots and the flowers, always grow from these areoles, whereas spines on succulents other than cacti grow directly out of the body of the plant.

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"Life is both fleeting and dangerous, and there is no point in denying yourself pleasure, or being anything other than. People often use the terms succulents and cacti interchangeably, which is scientifically tanding the relation between the two will help properly distinguish them and help with identification.

Succulents are plants that store water in their stems, roots, and leaves. There are about 60 different plant families within the group of succulents, including aloe, haworthia, sedum. Succulents other than cacti, Hardcover – January 1, by A. van Laren (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ Author: A. van Laren. A Japanese Book: Colourful Cacti and Other Succulent of the Deserts: Lamb, Edgar & Brian: Colour-illustrated experiences of two expeditions for succulents in central, south, and southwestern Madagascar: Alsterworthia International Special Issue No.

8: Copiapoa in their Environment. Succulents other than cacti Hardcover – January 1, by A. van Laren (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ Hardcover, January 1, — — — HardcoverAuthor: A.

van Laren. Succulents & Cacti: A Field Guide. Succulents and cacti have a lot in common. Members of warm-climate, low-water plant families, they look best in a landscape that emphasizes their textures and shapes.

Think gravel garden. (Skip to the plant guides.) Like camels, these plants store their water supplies inside themselves. thicker than those of other plants, range in size from dainty beads to 6-foot swords. Some succulents, notably cacti, are as round as balls.

A few, particularly eu-phorbias, resemble undersea creatures. Agaves and furcraeas have upright, foun-tain-like leaves. Aloe bainesii (aloe tree) and Dracena draco (dragon tree) form.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Laren, A.J. van, Succulents other than cacti. Los Angeles: Abbey San Encino Press, (OCoLC)Succulents blend well with each other and are well suited for centerpieces and other decors, consider a wedding.

The container may vary in size, enormously, leading to all sorts of effects. Bowls, pots, vases or glasses can be tried out for your succulent bowl garden.All cacti are succulents but not all succulents are cacti.

Other than cactus, members of various plant families and genera belong in the suc-culent category. Euphorbia, Aloe, Se-dum, Hoya, Kalanchoe, Sansevieria and Haworthia are only some of them.

All cacti are native to North and South America, with the exception of the.