Very neat. Lithops are definitely unique. If I remember correctly they take 3-5 years to reach the flowering stage.
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Those plants continue to amaze me. That one is beautiful!
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Check out Trichodiadema bulbosum grown as a Bonsai with raised roots. Water this guy year round. I have killed my fair share of Lithops. I finally have two that are three years old.
My plants: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=128718
Congratulations on your success. Lithops were some of the first plants I was interested in. Your plant looks like Lithops aucampiae. If you got it from a big box store, it is very likely to be this species. I have a hard time getting this one to absorb its leaves.
Edit: Any scent?
Last edited by cwatson1414; 09-03-2016 at 06:37 PM.
Very nice !!
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