After a very slow couple of weeks now the weather finally seem to be picking up, with some flowers and new growth to show for.
First of all a poor chewed up Rebutia fulviseta that's been working on it's buds for a long time now. 2 warm and sunny days in a row got it going.
Unfortunately that's the bulk of flowers right now
Some has started feeling lonely in their pots and desided to send up new stems.
First an Echinopsis comarapana that's sofar done nothing since I got it, untill now.
Second an unknown, likely an Echinopsis of some sort did the same.
And yesterday I noticed my outdoors growing C. strausii has also followed suit.
One of my outdoors C. peruvians has finally snapped out of it's hiatus, sat without growing a single bit all of last summer. Not really sure what I should make out of the growth though.
E. lageniformis is finally starting to put on bigboy spines.
And last the current look of the cactii garden in the pool enclosure, so far it's been the doom of 2 beachballs
Most everything there is growing nicely apart from the O. microdaysis (right at the pelican's beak), my potted one has put on more growth this season!
Got some weeding to do I think