Were possible a few of each were potted up for the move which has had mixed results. Some have responded well to the move and bulked up nicely, these s. parkardians are getting bigger now and have a really strong colour. They done much better than in the ground, and it is still very early in the year.
Some flowered and the pups have taken over the pot. This is s. arachnoideum x nevadense before it flowered:
and now, can't wait to see this pot when the pups grow into their adult form.
The next two were put together as they are both compact forms, one green and one red. The hope they would form a nice half and half pot. As it turns out s. green dragon (on the right) has done really well and is taking over, s. jet stream has struggled and not done anything. You win, some you loose some.
S. green dragon is interesting as it seems to offset from the base almost coming up from under the gravel, resulting in these very tight clumps. At this time of year it is pink, but in a month or so it will be a very bright green.
I added a couple more this spring, s. pink puff so far doesn't live up to the name. It is much more purple than pink.
S. apple blossom is more true to the name, it has that apple feel to it (or it does to me anyway).
The good thing is there are always new varieties to add if space opens up.