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Thread: Lithops pseudotruncatella in flower

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    Lithops pseudotruncatella in flower




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    Oh wow that's amazing!! Do you ever get any others to flower? What colours do they come in? It's like a cute little sunshine

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    Sweet pics! My lithops are just a little ways behind yours. Been pushing out their new set of "leaves" for a few weeks now.

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    I've only got one Lithop and to be honest I never really intended having that one. I wanted to order a succulent from a vendor who had a minimum order value, so I added a cheap Lithop to take the order up to the value. But I've kinda taken a liking to it and wouldn't mind having a few more. It did pretty much nothing for the first couple of years. I think it might have been due to it being too dry though, as I use an extremely free draining media. I read that they should be kept dry while the new leaves are replacing the old, but mine got stuck at this stage; however, within days of me giving in and watering it, the new leaves emerged. I now water regularly and it has rewarded me with a flower and another one on the way.

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    Lithops do certainly grow on ya.. I wasnt a huge fan but decided it'd be neat to set up a little rock garden with them.. here's my lithops bowl shortly after putting it all together.. Theyre much bigger now.. Been around a year..


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    MMMMMMmmm, Lithops! *ChompChewChewChewGulp!*
    "There is no pain as great as being alive,
    no burden heavier than that of conscious life. "
    -Rubén Darío-

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brie View Post
    Lithops do certainly grow on ya.. I wasnt a huge fan but decided it'd be neat to set up a little rock garden with them.. here's my lithops bowl shortly after putting it all together.. Theyre much bigger now.. Been around a year..
    Very nice Brie, I like that arrangement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brie View Post
    Lithops do certainly grow on ya.. I wasnt a huge fan but decided it'd be neat to set up a little rock garden with them.. here's my lithops bowl shortly after putting it all together.. Theyre much bigger now.. Been around a year..

    Wow! Your Lithops garden looks amazing Brie!

    Might have to set one up myself now that you have sufficiently inspired me with that work of beauty.

    Thanks for sharing!

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