Odd Plant show is a prickly delight

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Shopping for succulents at the Odd Plant Show

Photos by Wayne Pridemore

The Cascade Cactus and Succulent Society of Washington held its Annual Sale and Show at Sky Nursery in Shoreline on September 14 and 15.

It has been called the "Odd Plant Sale" although they may be trying to mainstream. This photo doesn't help their case.

It takes just the right space for a beauty like this.

There were plants of all sized and shapes. These plants are more living room sized.

Sergii Druzkin and daughters were at the activity table. Dariia is a 2nd grader at Ridgecrest and Nika attends kindergarten at Ridgecrest.

New this year was a learning activity on Sunday for children age 10 and under. The activity taught children about succulents, how to pot one and provided them with instructions for care. There were other activities, such as coloring. Nika is very proud of her art work.

Richmond Beach resident Peter Liekkio

An expanded list of over 30 vendors displayed their plants, sold them, and taught people how to care for them. 

North City resident Karen Summers was cashiering.

North City resident Karen Summers was at the cashier table. She is an active member of the Society and helped with the sale and show.

The show is held every year at Sky. If you missed it this year, you'll get another chance next fall.

--Diane Hettrick


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