SEEDY SATURDAY: Jamey Lauinger

Seedy Saturday a hit in Qualicum Beach

The popular event was help at the Qualicum Beach Civic Centre on Saturday

  • Feb. 12, 2015 7:00 a.m.

SEEDY SATURDAY: Jamey Lauinger, left, of Valley Succulents shows off his 8-10 year old myrtillocactus cristata, which is also known variously as the crested blue myrtle, dinosaur back plant and crested blue candle, at Seedy Saturday in Qualicum Beach last weekend. “It’s very unusual, very rare,” he said of the cactus, which is a purely cultivated plant and thus not found in nature.

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