Some years ago, interest led me to transfer pollen from the flowers of one succulent to another. Time
has passed, and multiple generations of increasingly deliberate breeding have now taken place.  I've
come to understand this ongoing endeavor as a significant branch of my aesthetic practice.  My
primary horticultural focus rests within the genus Haworthia, though I hybridize and cultivate a few
other genera as well.  


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Haworthia (splendens x picta) x splendens
Haworthia 'Oobleck' x comptoniana 'Pelser'
Haworthia 'Oobleck'
Haworthia 'Stargazer'
Haworthia (truncata 'crassa' x comptoniana) x splendens
Tulista hybrid 'Angel's Tears'
Haworthia (splendens x picta) x springbokvlakensis
Muirio-gibbaeum muirioides
Haworthia splendens GM 452
x Haworthia 'Oobleck'
Haworthia 'PP32 x 'Chockwonder'
Haworthia 'Bev's Wonder, D-Light'
Lewisia cotyledon 'Elise'
Haworthia 'PP33'
Haworthia truncata 'Ryoku Chou'
Dorotheanthus rourkei, W. Klipland
Haworthia truncata seeedling
Haworthia splendens x picta, 'PP26'
Haworthia 'Mordor'
Haworthia comptoniana x reticulata var. hurlingii
Haworthia 'PP32' x 'Chockwonder'
Haworthia 'PP32'
Haworthia 'PP32'
Haworthia (splendens x picta) x splendens
Haworthia 'D-Light' x splendens
Haworthia 'Turbinado'
Haworthia 'D-Light' x splendens
Lithops divergens var. amethystina, SH 1323 Bloubok
Haworthia truncata