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A Succulent Resource Guide

Articles: A Succulent Resource Guide

We asked author and succulent specialist Matthew Maggio to suggest some good sources for the many and varied plants that he incorporated in the new Succulent Garden at Sherman Library & Gardens, featured in the October 2010 issue of Pacific Horticulture. He provided the following list, which is by no means a complete list of Southern California nurseries specializing in succulents, but it is an excellent list of quality sources for the plants that now appear in the Succulent Garden.

Nursery Sources

Altman Plants
3742 Blue Bird Canyon Road
Vista, CA 92084
(760) 744-8191
www.cactuscollection.com
Wholesale and mail order; online catalog

Bach’s Cactus Nursery, Inc.
8602 North Thornydale Road
Tucson, AZ 85742
www.bachs-cacti.com
Walk-in wholesale and retail

Cactus Canyon Nursery
33439 Couser Canyon Road
Valley Center, CA 92082
(760) 742-1308
www.cactus-canyon.com
eMail: ron@cactus-canyon.com
Wholesale and retail by appointment; online catalog

Grigsby Cactus Gardens
2354 Bella Vista Drive
Vista, CA 92084
(760) 727-1323
www.cactus-mall.com/grigsby/
Mail order and walk-in retail; online catalog

La Mission Cacti & Succulents
2306 E Mission Road...

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