It seems like the Inter-City show and sale comes around faster every year, but I guess it's always in August because it's always blazing hot. It can be hazardous to stand in line with bunch of hot, grumpy seniors who's tempers are not improved by the slow pace of the volunteer cashiers.
It's always worth it though, for the chance to see the great specimen plants at the show and to take advantage of the low prices at the sale. I'm also impressed with how so many of the plants on exhibit are also for sale outside. How's that for immediate gratification?
|Agave isthmenis "Shoji Rajin"|
|Pachypodium rosulatum gracilius|
|Agave victoria reginea variegated|
|Agave celsii "Nova"|
And these were the plants I came home with.
|Aloe suarezensis "Windsor Castle"|
|Sansieveria trifasciata Hahnii "Loop's Pride"|
|Agave guiengola "Creme Brulee"|