My 3 Astrophytum seedlings looked slightly miserable in their 2″ pot, so I gave them a chance to live like adult plants. Now they have plenty of room to expand their roots, with their big brother watching over them.
The Monilaria seedlings are getting slightly aggressive and rip the old leaves cleanly in half to make room for more growth. I’ve never seen any plant thrive like this!
My trusty old Sedum stahlii adds a great splash of color to my succulent garden. The plump and round leaves remind me of fluffy mesembs!
The tiger jaws are teething!
Some of my succs are enjoying a rare sunny day in my backyard.
I’ve been trying to give the variegated C. Tomentosa some red leaf tips, but he’s not cooperating.
These are the Sempervivum and Sedum Album I bought last spring. They’re flourishing ?
Went outside to check on my Sempervivums after several days of heavy rainstorms and this is what I saw. The first of many flower buds has opened!
Every single one of my Sempervivums are making babies! I didn’t expect them to thrive immediately after I replanted and separated them. They’ve survived weeks of frost, snow, rain, baking sunshine and high humidity, and they still have enough energy to reproduce.
Sempervivum and sedum all potted up and ready to shine in my gray and mossy backyard!