I circled through the display tables first.
While I understand the display tables shown above represented the collections of particular individuals, another long table showed individual selections of members of the local CSS chapter.
Plants that attracted particular interest on my part included these:
|Clockwise from the top left: Hydnophytum formicarum, Albuca namaquensis, Calibanus hookeri, crested Euphorbia lactea, Fockea edulis, Gasteria batesiana, Lithops olivacea, and Sempervivum arachnoideum|
The only photos I took in the crowded sale area were of pots. There were more pots for sale than I remember of past shows.
|The pot on the upper left was in the show, not sale, area but I included it because I really liked it. Most, if not all, of the rest were creations of Peety Pots.|
Of course, I came home with several succulents.
That's it for my shopping expeditions thus far. Even though we had some light rain today (our first in a month and possibly the last until fall), we're on the brink of summer here, which means I should call a halt to any further plant shopping. I probably won't but I should.
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