Last summer we discovered that a Mosaic Kong at some point had flowered and gone to seed in its pot. The mother plant had died, but had left us with a million Baby Kongs. We planted them and tried to overwinter them, but I must admit I was bad and didn’t take care of them and water them as I should. We still had a few seedling survivors, and now that they’re back outside, they’ll get plenty of sun and water for the rest of the season so hopefully they can grow big and beautiful. (left photo below)
Also, what I think was a White Kong (they called it Mosaic, but it didn’t have any red) also went to seed early this spring. The tiny cotyledons are shown below (right photo).