It was almost 2:30 in th afternoon before I started gardening. I had to make a dent in the mountain of the laundry first! There were so many things that needed to be done in the garden and things that I wanted to do that initially I scamper from task to task, not really achieving much. The flowering Aeoniums inspired me to concentrate on working with my succulents.
|From Left: "Key Lime Pie" Adromischus Cristatus and un-named specimen I fell in love with and purchased on right. It has similar marking as a painted Echeveria but it not an echeveria.|
|From Left: "Varigated Bear Paw" Cotyledon Iadismithiensis variegata, "Tricolor Jade"Crassula obliqua and "Chalk Rose" Didleya farinosa, with their respective cuttings in smaller pots|
|Graptoveria "Moonglow" and its cutting in small pot|
|Leaf cuttings being propogated|
|From Left: "Chalk Rose" Dudley farinosa, "Blue Haze" Pachyveria, "Moon glow" Graptoveria|
|"Jade Rose" Sempervivum|
|Previously rooted cuttings used for creating new displays in broken pots|
All in a day's work! Very satisfying effort.