I posted before that it is a good year for seeds on the aloes, with seeds pods on the a. striatula and a. aristrata for the first time. The problem with aloes seed pods is that they tend to open suddenly, resulting in the lose of all the seeds. So there have been twice daily checks and today found the a. aristrata pods starting to open.
Opening them carefully revealed a fair number of seeds.
Now a sensible person, would realise they don't need more of the same plants, have no space to over winter them, and has little luck with seedlings anyway. But then a sensible person probably wouldn't have a succulent obsession in the UK. So I will sowing them and seeing happens.