More or less the end of season here downunder, only thing left to do untill things start warming up again is to keep the fingers crossed everything will survive the winter. Already worried about the extent of shrinkage some plants have but with nighttime temperatures creeping down towards 5C it's way to late to do anything about that now.
My white Schlumbergera is in full bloom right now, trying to outdo itself once again with flowers.
Other colours are lagging alittle behind, my red has opened some buds but purple and salmon coloured one are still stubbornly holding onto them.
M. hahniana has suprised me with flowers early this winter, overcast conditions won't let them open for long though but there's still plenty of buds to go.
And this Copiapoa hybrid is a real supprise, doubt I'll see it open though as I'm off for a mini holiday starting tomorrow.
Seedlings are going strong still though, bit slow but I can't complain as these are my first attempts at sowing seeds.
1 year old Melocactus seeds from my "rescue" plant, harvested another 20 or so fruits from it this autumn so I have more seeds than what I know what to do with.
Self sourced Echinopsis seeds sown 6 or so months ago, moving alot faster than the Melo seedlings.
And a young Hylocereus forrest in the making.
Lastly my 2 "oddities". First a G baldianum with it's weird growth, bought looking iffy and started growing normally but then all of a sudden this happened.
And my A. myriostigma, with what I think is fungal rust, seems to want to throw out a new rib.