Antimima argentea (Rooivlei) has already left the common playground, 106 days.
Argyroderma congregatum, Vredendal, preparing for the second pair of true leaves. 106 days old.
Oophytum nanum and Gibbaeum velutinum, both 102 days old.
Antimima argentea (Rooivlei), first true leaves, 30 days.
Argyroderma congregatum, Vredendal; 30 days.
Oophytum nanum, Quaggaskop; 30 days.
I’m very happy about Lithops coleorum C396, Ellisras, germinating so eagerly. Growing this plant is a tribute to Naureen and Desmond Cole. 37 days old. Seeds from Mesa Garden.
Another one I’m eager to see grown up is Fenestraria rhopalophylla ssp. aurantiaca ‘Fireworth’. 38 days.
Ophthalmophyllum dinteri. Green, 43 days old eggs.
Schwantesia ruedebuschii ‘marlothii’, Aggeneys, which is supposed to have ‘stout red teeth’ does already show colour. 38 days.
Aloinopsis malherbei, Calvinia. Big, flat and dark. 56 days.
Dicrocaulon ramulosum, Riethuis. Already showing his water cells, growing along with Schwantesia. 46 days.
Closing the eleven, the first sphaeroid coming through is this Argyroderma congregatum, Vredendal. Smooth texture, milky sheen, linden coloured and a complete fissure, the first true leaves share one characteristic with the cotyledons: both sides are unequal. 50 days.