I've been preparing succulents and cacti for the fall plant sale, so expect to see a large variety of flora there. In addition to the standard Mexican sedum (Sedum nussbaumerianum) and aloe vera that we usually propagate, we'll also have Mother of Thousands kolanchoes, some plumerias, and an unknown plant that is either of the genus Hechtia or Dyckia.
And of course, I got some new succulents that we've never sold before:
|A hybrid of numerous succulent species|
|Graptosedum "California Sunset"|
|A light-blue Pachyphytum|
|A panda plant, "Chocolate soldier" cultivar with brown tipped-leaves|
|TONS of cacti|
|And the exotic dragonfruit plant!|
The "unknown succulent" that is most likely in the genus Dyckia produced seeds in the greenhouse, which I planted shortly after harvest. They sprouted a few days ago, but it'll be at least a year or two until they grow to an appreciable size.
|The tiny seedlings are 2-3 mm tall|