I've been promising pics for a while. So here they are!! First up are close ups of the new (well relatively now) pings. They have actually grown a lot since these pictures. All kinds of new leaves popping out.
P. agnata x emarginata
Monday I got in some new plants. I worked 10.5 hours that day and got home at 9:30p, so needless to say they didn't get potted until yesterday. When I unwrapped them I got a brickton more than I expected. And I'm now thinking it is a different species than what I was told. Not the guy's fault because the two are easily confused. And I think I even got a second species in with the mix. It will be a lot easier to tell when they recover from shipping and flower. Anyway, this is the inside setup as it stands complete with new light:
My poor little D. tokaiensis that has been recovering inside is looking great!
That one in the lower right is clearly something else. I have a few ideas, but I'll know more when the plant recovers.
I had so many left over and I just couldn't throw them away, so I potted them up outside. I think this plant is a hybrid of a temperate and subtropical dew, so it has a decent chance of surviving the winter here. And if it does, I'll need to get rid of some. You said something about wanting plants, too, Marie?