A lovely pink stick - in "growth"! What looks like algae or moss patches on it are apparently the photosynthetic parts.
Another stick! It bloomed just before I got it, I had the pleasure of picking off the dried flowers. It puts out small bright green tubular/round leaves on new growth.
Who would think it's a succulent I'm used to seeing Pepromias in a humid terrarium. The green leaf tops are somewhat transparent so you can see into them like a windowed Haworthia.
this is two plants leaning together. The tightly stacked leaves give it a rather insectoid looking appearance I think with the segments.
Now for some real pretties (actually they look awful as they're shriveling down for summer dormancy):
Outter sheaths on their way to drying out for the long hot summer. This one is great when inflated it looks like it's covered in pictogylphs, I can't wait to see if the same glyphs come up next year.
Conophytum ficiforme "kuboos"
Drying up and "looking good" lol! You can see next years green body poking out down there at the base. This will inflate over a couple nights from the size of a pea to the size of my thumb when I first water it again in August. Yes, late August! lol!
Hope you enjoyed seeing some more of my weird stuff!