More bubbles are forming in the center!
These are my 3 remaining seedlings. I finally spotted some new growth after one month of me wondering if I killed them all. The biggest seedling has gotten a few extra warts while the two smallest ones only just started developing theirs.
I really want to take a bite of this seedling. It looks so crispy and refreshing.
4 of 5 seedlings are still alive. One sadly deflated for no apparent reason. Luckily, this fat little dude is still going on strong. He’s currently the size of a pea.
My row of Pseudos are doing great and are enjoying the awesome weather we’ve been having!
I had to find a quick way to stop the clay from falling out of the bottom drainage holes, so I went in the cupboard and found two golden mini tea cups.
It’s really hard to take a good pic of these guys. The oldest one is starting to look more adult with its warty, frog-like skin.
All 5 seedlings are still very much alive. Watering once a week seems to be just right, at least right now.
I can’t believe I managed to keep them all alive for a month (only this one seedling is exactly one month old, though).
I even got the last of the 5 seeds to germinate yesterday.
Look who hasn’t imploded or melted (yet) in my care!
I must be doing something right.
4/5 seedlings have now germinated. It took a lot of bright light and heat (direct sunlight through a window with an transparent plastic bag for protection) and a lot of patience.
I wanted to make sure I got a decent pic of this little seedling in case I lose him. He’s currently 5 days old and is living on his own in a 5 cm. pot. That way I won’t have to transplant him until he outgrows the pot in a few years.
I bought 5 seeds, but so far only 1 has germinated.