Okay, so I just bought a little pot with three Lithops in it from home depot. I have no experience with them, but I did do some research. All three have new growths coming up, one of them was growing especially tall (nearly 2" above the old growth, twice as tall as the other two). I put in it a new pot, but I was very careful and really just set the old soil in the pot and put new soil around the edges, the plants weren't disturbed and I didn't fuss with their roots, and I did not water it.
So now, the tall one has flopped over at the base, like it's not really connected with the old leaves very well anymore, and there's a kinda mushy area near the bottom. The old leaves are turning kinda brownish. The other two Lithops are still fine.
My main question is, is there any way that I can save the new growth? Is there any way I could root it? Because other than the small area at the base where it looks bruised, it looks really wonderful. If not, should I pull it out of there?
I'm sorry I didn't post a picture, I don't have my digital camera right now. But if it would really help let me know and I'll take one with my phone.