Ask the garden sage: Beware the scarlet pimpernel



Ask the garden sage: Beware the scarlet pimpernel
A: You can propagate the toothpick cactus (Stetsonia coryne) by seed or cuttings. For cuttings you simply cut off a section from the top of a stem using a sharp knife and at a 45-degree angle to protect the parent plant from water collecting on the wound.
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Prickly perfection: The art of photographing cacti
See hundreds of eye-catching examples at this weekend's Carmichael Cactus and Succulent Society show and plant sale at the Carmichael Community Clubhouse. More than 250 rare specimen plants will be on display. In addition, more than 3,000 cactuses …
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