This is my plow!
Those are Dyckia seeds just sown.
I´d rather sew one by one the seeds than springle them.
This way I avoid they sticking togetther. When the seedlings are touching one another it will
be time to replant them. Dyckia seedling do enjoy replantings.
This is a curious thing they just love to get transfered every three to four months.
Transfered seedlings get twice as big as those left alone and isolated.
The upper seeds are almost germinating, they are swollen and the
seeds below were just sown.
Ah, all here are Dyckia marnier-lapostollei seeds.
I am waiting for some just super and hipper Dream ones.