A lovely view.
My dear Frithia in all its glory.
My Frithia Pulchra has grown a lot since I moved it into the community seedling planter a few months ago. From this angle it looks like a small explosion.
Euphorbia obesa, 1 year + 1 month
Lophophora williamsii, 1 year + 3 months
A small update on my mini dish garden. It’s starting to look like a rocky beach/desert island with palm trees and sea urchins, not the desert I wanted it to be. I really like how it turned out, though!
My old Frithia pulchra survived the summer heat with no problems.
He’s inherited the tiny pot I used for one of my small Pleiospilos since he hasn’t gotten that much bigger in the 2 years I’ve had him.
It’s a perfect match!
My old Frithia Pulchra enjoying this year’s first snow storm from inside the living room.