Sharing a few more:
The D. hookeri are big, and forming multiple growth points, but refuse to climb
2 of my stolonifera, however, have good stems
And while the hookeri are 2 years old, these auriculata Howden, Tasmania are only a couple months old, and look what they're doing
D. trinervia colony (also have a couple of mystery winter-growers in here as well, look like cistiflora relatives....)
D. platystigma "A"
And D. tracyi are waking up, and there's a flower stalk! Many cool hybrids to follow. I used to call them filiformis tracyi, but after growing these out now, I can see the differences myself