I've been a little busy but plant-watching on weekends is a MUST. So here are some observations :)
The little Aloinopsis schooneesii have started to grow after a winter pause. This one is still growing sets of three leaves.
I tore of a piece of my Crassula ausensis ssp. titanopsis and it rooted even though I haven't expected it to do so. Nature finds a way.
There were two Deilanthe plants, both quite large. One has managed to successfully downsize while the other failed at it and eventually died. I strongly believe that when we buy rather large adult plants somewhere their survival depends on whether they can reduce their size. This goes mostly for lithops but some other mesembs as well.
I bough more Delosperma planties. D. sutherlandii this time :)
Mitrophyllum grande are digesting old leaves. Just a little more and they're done. Soon the new leaves will break through!
I haven't watered my Conophytums for a very long time (since November maybe?) and a couple of them are already through with the leaf change. A bit early, isn't it? The new leaves are already showing and I'm not sure whether I should start watering soon... Should I?
The Frithis humilis seedlings look great and enjoy the sun. Still no flowers though.