First, my Beschorneria septentrionalis, which put out an enormous flower stalk this spring, and now has several equally enormous and fat seedpods maturing on the stalk.
|Curious, I removed one and split it open, to find inside these rows of flat, white seeds. I assume they're still immature, and will turn black when ripe, rather like a Yucca or Hesperaloe seed.|
And second, my Rhipsalis, bought a couple of years ago from Dig on Vashon Island. I don't remember seeing flowers, but now it has berries. I removed one and gave it a squeeze, and out came juice with teeny-tiny black seeds.
I'm not really interested in propagating Rhipsalis, but I might pull the berries off and bring them to the Fall Plant Swap in September to see if someone in Portland wants to give them a try.
Anna at Flutter & Hum hosts Wednesday Vignette, check out her post here.