As I mentioned in a previous post, there is lots going on in the seedling pots. Many young seedlings are starting their first leaf renewal.
I was very excited to see one of the seedlings in Lot #1 is starting to split open. This lot was sown in a sealer jar and needed to be transplanted. It took a long time for them to establish secure roots in their new pot and I feared that the early move may have damaged or permanently stunted them. Thank goodness I didn’t give up on them!
Next up, the Karasmontana ‘Lateritia’ pot. There are three seedlings starting their renewal in this pot but this little guy is the furthest along. You can already see the striking red/orange pattern starting to show. I’m excited to see how they mature. There are many gorgeous Karasmontana’s out there and ‘Lateritia’ is among the prettiest in my opinion 🙂
And lastly, we have Julii Fulleri Rouxii. Interesting how this one is choosing to emerge. It’s somewhat pointed. Hopefully things level out for it soon! This is another Lithops that I find particularly attractive, albeit, in a more understated way.