Brachystelma barberae

Nicholas Plummer via pbs
Wed, 30 Jun 2021 07:25:11 PDT
Nice!  I grew a couple of other Brachystelma species from seed many years
ago, but I have always wanted to try B. barberae.

My latest adventure in seeds has been some Sinningia species.  Aa Sinningia
helleri that I sowed in December is currently in bud.  When I repotted in
April, the tuber was so tiny compared to the foliage that it hardly
qualified as a tuberous/bulbous plant.  Some other species seem to be
producing more significant tubers early in life.


On Wed, Jun 30, 2021 at 10:13 AM Kenneth Preteroti via pbs <> wrote:

> I purchased 10 seeds (received 12) last August 2020.  Here are two
> pictures. Germinated seedlings in September 2020 and broken dormancy in
> June 2021.
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