A week ago I soaked six seeds of Pachypodium saundersii and put them in the germinator, now all of them have sprouted. The Cissus and Aloe are not showing any sign of live yet unfortunately. I am a fan of easy germination, there are few things more frustrating than buying interesting seed and getting all excited only for them not to germinate. It is amazing to see that these little things will probably be around the size of the Pachypodium rosulatum next summer. They are allowed to stay where they are for a little while yet. When they are standing tall and maybe making their first true leaves I will transplant them into their little terracotta pots in a mix of cactus soil and maybe a bit of perlite (I should pick some up anyway).
There is also plenty of activity in the other seed tray. These are the little Pachypodium geayi coming up strong. I have one little plant from this batch of seed from last spring but it has failed to thrive quite as much as the rosulatum. I am exited to see whether these seedlings might be slightly more enthusiastic.
Aren't they adorable? These are little cactus seedlings sharing the incubator with the Pachypodium geayii. They are a mix of diffrent species (welcome to NOID hell). I had tried some of these last year but I failed to keep the seedlings moist enough. Apparently cactus need a while before you can start treating them like cactus. I think they are going to be in the incubator for a year (maybe just spacing them out a bit) on a sunny windowsill.
UPDATE: Potting On Pachypodium Saundersii