Well I had a few cacti (various types) that were attempting to push through the winter and continue to grow but they slowed more and more and eventually halted growth as they became drier and drier. Melbourne has been bitterly cold and I didn't want to risk rot by continuing to water them all for the sake of a little growth.
I do have about 4/5 mamms that are developing buds dispite not being watered for what must be 2 months by now. One of which is a tiny little plant but is peristent to flower.
My zygo's continue to grow and have just finished a flush of flowers, nothing spectacular but still a great display, last years flowering was a lot better.
The seedlings are all growing well, there is a few no shows but the rest are putting on some great growth, they are in a controlled environment though so guess that helps.
I'm really looking forward to spring and being able to give my plants a drink. A lot are shrivelled, very dull and I can't wait until they can have a drink and perk up!