- Fri Jul 22, 2022 1:39 am
I’m pretty sure I cooked my first batch…
It was emarginata x cyclosecta.
I left the pot in a plastic bag with the end open on a sunny window and it got really hot. This new batch I’ve taken farther from the window, I really hope it takes. I bred my cyclosecta (darn thing won’t stop blooming after having no flowers the last few years) with my moranensis alba x emarginata (which I received from a trade with a flower bud intact and managed to get said bud to bloom). Soil is standard peat/ sand, I don’t really have much mineral media and figured the seeds would need more moisture to sprout.
I’ve attached the parents of this most recent batch, they are both beautiful plants as far as I’m concerned and I’d love to grow out their babies.
Cyclosecta 39704EC1-8413-4F3D-B0DC-B6CA322D44B8.jpeg (1.18 MiB) Viewed 1068 times
Moranensis alba x emarginata 30936393-36F5-4C26-85FB-DDAD3CAA21DC.jpeg (297.64 KiB) Viewed 1068 times
Burning in Arizona with 100+ plants.