Tue, Mar 03 2015 5:12pm
I decided to gather all my succulent babies into one dish so that I can easily transplant them to their own pots later. I’m still not sure what half of them are but I’m happy I got so many colors! I’ll figure it out when they get bigger and bloom.
And I also let the Graptopetalum paraguayense ‘Ghost Plant’ have their pot all to themselves since they’re probably going to start growing even faster. The two below are the ghostie babies (as well as the one on the left in the picture above).
Literally the best plant for even the worst of gardeners, haha.
On the other hand, this Echeveria has pretty much been shriveled up to half its original size. I started watering it again since it should be out of dormancy by now.
I kind of liked the dried leaves, but today I cleaned it all up, and all its babies underneath look like they’re thriving! Maybe it was protecting them from the cold.
It’s a lot less gloomy-looking now.