37th Annual Show & Sale cancelled!!!  

In consideration for 
the health & well-being of our members, vendors, judges
and loyal visitors, we are cancelling this year's show due to the
Coronavirus epidemic.
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37th Annual Show & Sale ~ Sat., April 18, 10 - 5 pm & Sun., April 19, 10 - 4 pm, 2020
Bristol Senior Center, 245 Stafford Ave., Bristol, CT 06010
Free Admission!!!
50 free plants given away to first 50 families (one plant per family) each day. 
Meet our vendors:


David Burdick, 
Daffodils & More
(www.daffodilsandmore.com)
Massachusetts grower has mail-order business.  Grows daffodils, 
tillandsias, tropical ferns, bromiliads, trollius & colchicum bulbs and much more.
Longtime CCSS member and loyal vendor at our shows for many years.
   

 Doug Petersen
Recently joined CCSS and became new vendor at our 2019 show.  Doug sells a variety of cacti & succulents.  He specializes in variegated cacti.




 Plant Show Document Links:


CCSS Club Book Table
Barbara Schultz (on left) & Kathryn Schubar offer plenty of cacti & succulent educational and fun book choices at the show. 







Lectures & Auctions Schedule

Saturday, April 18th:

11:00am:  Propagation Techniques: Comparison of Seeds, Cuttings, & Grafting                  Presented by Rick Carlson

12:00pm:  Auction

 1:30pm:  Succulents of South Africa: Presented by Art Scarpa, CSSMa

 2:30pm:  Auction

 3:45pm:  Tricks for the Successful Cultivation of Hardy Cacti & Succulents:                        Presented by David DeLucia, CCSS

Sunday, April 19th:

11:00am:  Tillandsia to Grow Alongside your Succulents: Presented by David                     Burdick, CCSS

12:00pm:  Auction

1:30pm:  Living Stones: Presented by Matt Opel, CCSS

2:30pm:  Growing & Flowering Cacti: Presented by Chris Allen, CCSS

(Each lecture lasts approximately 20 minutes.  Programs subject to change)


Andrea of Reed Designs


Carol Moore of Pots & Paints Studio is surrounded by the
unique, handcrafted pots & bowls she creates.
Many of her unusually shaped pots feature lizards and other worldly
creatures.  Every pot has a generous drainage hole & interesting colors.