Kelly Griffin | August Speaker

Gates July Meeting, August 3rd at 7pm PST
Redlands Church of the Nazarene
1307 East Citrus Avenue
Redlands, CA 92374

Who is Kelly Griffin?

Kelly Griffin is a succulent plant hybridizer, propagator, and avid plant explorer.  Like many of us, his interest in plants and particular succulent plants started at a fairly young age. 

Since his early exposure, Kelly has traveled to 20+ countries searching for plants, visiting Madagascar 5 times, South Africa 5 times, and Mexico 25 plus times to name a few. He worked as the Curator of Succulents at Rancho Soledad Nursery for 11 years and for the past 10 years he has been working for Altman’s Plants as Succulent Plant Development Manager.

He has become well known for his hybridizing and is responsible for over 100 succulent hybrids now in the trade, including Aloes, Agaves, and Echeverias. His specialty that he is well known for is his Aloe hybrids that are 30 years in the making (Pink Blush, Delta lights, Christmas Sleigh and Coral Fire, etc) and some Agave hybrids and selections too (Blue Glow, Snow Glow, Cubic, Black and Blue, Dragon toes, Spawn, and Crème Brûlée to name just a few). He is also responsible for obtaining seeds from many interesting species and propagating the seed for all to enjoy in cultivation.

Kelly has been a member of the San Diego Cactus and Succulent Society since 1992.  He has been on the board of Directors for the SDCSS for a long time; He served 4 years as their club President and 2 years as Vice-President. 

He was very honored to be named a Fellow of the San Diego Society.  

He currently serves as a director on the board of the Cactus and Succulent Society of America.  

He will be bringing his hybrids and some seed-grown plants for sale.

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