Conophytum flowers truly give variety to my windowsill. I'm so used to yellow and white flowers it's totally strange to see other colors.
C. uviforme ssp. uviforme is flowering at night when I don't see it (I sleep at night you know). But I'm glad it likes the new environment well enough to grow so many buds.
This is, however, the best I could do taking a picture of C. angelicae ssp. tetragonum...
The L. dorotheae de Boer is flowering for the first time since I got it in Japan 2010. Only one of them unfortunately, that's why I pollinated with the regular C300. If it worked maybe there will be some dark chocolaty seedlings among the offspring.
And one of the Tanquana hilmarii flowered for me again this year. It has the silkiest and shiniest petals but only to be admired "live" :)
PS: I decided not to put plants names directly in the photos. I don't think it's pretty. However you can still see the names in the file names when you click on them. I'll do my best not to forget to mention the names in the blog posts themselves in the future, too.