The Cactus and Succulent Plant Mall
The Cactus and Succulent Plant Mall

CSSA VOL.89, November-December 2017 No.6
From the mysterious plant to the most common mammillaria: the story of Mammillaria luethyiZlatko Janeba
Agaves of ArizonaRon Parker
Molecular analysis of the genus Eriosyce Part IIFred Kattermann
A new species of cremnophytic Aloe from the Republic of ZambiaTom A McCoy
Cacti conundrumsNancy D Riley
Sansevieria rosulata (Asparagaceae), a new species in Uganda Tom Forrest
Dogs sniff out an elusive cactusMark Flemming
Pushing the limits: landscaping with cacti and succulents in cold climates #27Leo Chance
Book Review: Aloes of Uganda afield guideJohn J Lavranos
Journal changesJeff Pavlat
Index to the Cactus and Succulent Journal vol. 89Cody Howard

On the cover:Zlatko Janeba's cover picture of Mammillaria luethyi is of a plant growing on its own roots. While commonly seen grafted, he finds them easy to grow in coarse, mineral soil and given regular but modest waterings. When dry, plants can survive slight frosts. Plants grown from seed, which needs to be aged for good germination, can be expected to flower in 4-5 years