Month: August 2017

Haworthia seedlings: the one year mark

I recently got the one year mark on my first batch of haworthia seedlings. Bring my first go, I didn’t get as many to adulthood as I would have hoped, but at least I know the ones I grew are the hardiest of the batch… And I learned a lot. So far most have taken to the uppotting with little sign of shock or stress, and I was pleasantly surprised at how vigorous the roots on some of the seedlings were.

One of two trays, in their original home.

Using a toothpick, I carefully loosened up the soil around them and managed to lift them from their home.

The taproots aren’t overly thick, but some were a lot longer than I expected!

 

 

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