It’s been a long time since I last gave you an update on these. 6 months ago I planted the Gibbaeum (front left) and Argyroderma (front right) seedlings together to save some space. They seem to have the same watering requirements and growing speed. Right now they’re all taking a bit of a break.
There’s some splitting action going on in this pot. Baby Argyrodermas are so adorable because they look like tiny versions of the adult plant.
Update on my favourite seedling tray:
From back to front: Astrophytum Myriostigma, Pseudolithos Cubiformis, Pleiospilos Nelii, Fenestraria Aurantiaca, Gibbaeum Comptonii, Argyroderma Aureum, Mammillaria Plumosa and 3 small Uebelmannia Pectinifera.
The Argyroderma seedlings in the bottom right pic are finally splitting, 5.5 months after germination. They’re so fat and adorable!
Planted some Argyroderma 4 months ago and they’re already fat and adorable. Some have grown to the size of my 1,5 year old Gibbaeum seedlings and the late bloomers have just started spitting out their first leaves.