It's been a looong time since I sowed Tylecodon seeds and might never do it ever again. Just for the fun of it I've recently considered taking cuttings---
But that's another story.
[Young Jeffrey Harris has made me double cautious with these poisonous critters]
I was out in the g/h a few minutes ago to see if I could find any
evidence of flowers starting on my ancient pair of T reticulata. Nada!
And then I spotted this artifact, it had become dis-attached and was
hanging up in the foliage.
ItÂs a leaf.
What are the chances of Tylecodon leaves producing plants???
I'm now eyeing my only T. wallichii with evil intentions.
But I want a knobbier one than mine.