The three biggest desert roses already have several leaves. The smaller ones still have their seed leaves.
In the picture the adenium in front and on the left is still in the process of straightening out. It will become straight in a few days, too. Maybe if I hadn't put the seeds onto the soil sideways but stuck them into the soil, they would not have been bent. But on the other hand, why worry? They managed fine so far, so it could not have been that bad a decision.
The seedling in the front and on the left is still hidden inside the seed hull, but it will loose it soon enough.
The larger ones have already grown a succulent stem.
Adenium obesum seedlings on March 3, 2008