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Los Angeles Cactus and Succulent Society
 Los Angeles Cactus and Succulent Society
Meeting in the San Fernando Valley.
Come and Visit!

Welcome to the website of the Los Angeles Cactus and Succulent Society. Our more than  200 members come from throughout the southland and share a passion for cacti and succulents. Throughout the history of LACSS, many of the most prominent researchers, authors, and collectors of the succulent world have been leaders and members of our society. 

Doors open at 6:15 for our monthly meetings including the Social Hour, Ask an Expert, and much more. The business meeting starts promptly at 7:20. Attendance is FREE and open to the public. Each new visitor receives a free plant!  We hope to see you at a meeting soon!
Mission Statement

The Los Angeles Cactus and Succulent Society (LACSS) cultivates the study and enjoyment of cacti and succulent plants through educational programs and activities that promote the hobby within a community of fellow enthusiasts and among the greater public.


LACSS Meetings are first Thursday of the Month 


  April Meeting is C A N C E L L E D

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March  presentation was

​       Cactus and Succulent Conservation Around the World
    Wendell S. (Woody) Minnich

        Never has there been a time when conservation of our cacti and other succulents has been more urgent! Due to many factors, our precious  succulents, as well as many other plants and animals, are now facing severe problems. Not only are we losing these very special and unique plants, sadly enough, we are aggressively destroying many valuable and irreplaceable habitats.

 Our world is getting smaller and smaller, and as our human population continues to increase, 
we ALL need to do our part to help protect our amazing world of plants, animals, and habitats. 

Conservation is not a spectator sport.


Members Info
Needs password
Special Events, By-Laws, etc
Public 
Welcome
Plant of the Month
Library
April  2020
Plants of the Month

Cactus - Obregonia, Strombocactus, Ortegocactus

Succulent - Agave
 In my yard
Special Page 
Gardens Worth Visiting
(under construction)
Cactus Chronicle & Plant of the Month Archive
with links to 
past Chronicle issues and POM Library
NOW AVAILABLE
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Current and complete list of all books in our library!
CLICK HERE for library list.

Library items are available to all members in good standing at the meetings.
Agave 'family'
April meeting is cancelled - stay home, stay safe
April meeting is cancelled - stay home, stay safe
Agave bovicornuta (left), A. hammertime (center), 
A. victoria regina (right)
Agave shawii v. shawii (left),  A. isthmensis (right)