Yep, with the weather so cold, it has been nice, noodling around in the Alpine House, continuing on with some planting. Pic below is of Karo Kiri planted outside the door. This Cordyline australis variety was discovered in 1983 in Belfast, Christchurch, New Zealand.
This Aeonium tabuliforme from Teneriffe has doubled in size in the four weeks it’s been planted. That’s a purple Yucca to its right. (Yucca aloifolia “purpurea”)
Dudleya virens ssp hassei from Santa Catalina Island has also doubled in size in the same time.
Cotyledon tomentosa subsp. ladysmithiensis from South Africa. (Bears’ Paw).
Cheilanthes lanosa moved from a trough outside in order to avoid our Winter Wet.