Well, relatively new tenants. Several weeks ago I bought some plants from Kakteen-Haage and Atomic Plant Nursery but didn't have a chance to take pictures.
Since I didn't have any schwantesii in my collection it was about time to get a couple of those. Unfortunately because of the bad light and their winterly-wrinkly condition it is hard to see the pattern but they are really quite interesting.
C249 schwantesii v. marthae (from KH) have a red core and a light green crown around the lobes. I got them with flower buds and pollinated them once the flowers opened.
C248 schwantesii v. urikosensis (syn. kunjasensis) (from AP) have very distinguished karasmontana-ish dark lines.
Two two-headed C55 olivacea (from AT). Didn't have those before either - such unusual windows.
C53 hookeri v. marginata (from AT). I've had some losses among my own hookeri and obviously needed more :) Fun fact: the famous 'Shimada's Apricot' cultivar originates from C53.
C224 karasmontana v. aiaisensis (from KH) also had flower buds which have meanwhile turned into nice seed capsules.
PS: I've found more helmutii with growing flower buds recently. This is really great but I'm afraid it is a bit to late and they won't open. The plants themselves are already very wrinkly.