I got around to potting the Lithops I ordered from Cono’s Paradise.

These are the 3 year olds. The dimensions are as below. (For my reference so I can compare how much they’ve grown)

C330: Height 2.4cm Diameter 2.4cm, 2.8cm
C362: Height 2.6cm Diameter 2.3cm, 2.7cm
C36A: Height 2.3cm Diameter 3.3cm (right side)
Height 2.0cm Diameter 3.1cm (left side)

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C362:  Lithops bromfieldii v. insularis ‘Sulphurea’ (3 yo)

C330:  Lithops karasmontana ssp. karasmontana v. lericheana (3 yo)

C36A:  Lithops lesliei ssp. lesliei v. lesliei ‘Albinica’ (3 yo)

These are the 1 year olds. Still babies and really tiny! (~less than 1cm)
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C1:  Lithops lesliei ssp. lesliei v. venteri (1 yo)

C2:  Lithops aucampiae ssp. aucampiae v. aucampiae (1 yo)

C3:  Lithops aucampiae ssp. aucampiae v. aucampiae (1 yo)

C4:  Lithops aucampiae ssp. aucampiae v. aucampiae (1 yo)

C5:  Lithops lesliei ssp. lesliei v. lesliei (Warrenton form) (1 yo)

C5A:  Lithops lesliei ssp. lesliei v. lesliei ‘Albiflora’ (1 yo)

C6A:  Lithops lesliei ssp. lesliei v. minor ‘Witblom’ (1 yo)

C7:  Lithops lesliei ssp. lesliei v. lesliei (1 yo)

C8: Lithops lesliei ssp. lesliei v. lesliei (grey form) (1 yo)

C9:  Lithops lesliei ssp. lesliei v. lesliei (grey form) (1 yo)

C11:  Lithops aucampiae ssp. aucampiae v. aucampiae (Kuruman form) (1 yo)

C16:  Lithops aucampiae ssp. aucampiae v. koelemanii (1 yo)

C124:  Lithops dorotheae ( 1 yo)

C333:  Lithops aucampiae ssp. aucampiae v. aucampiae ( 1 yo)

C363:  Lithops fulviceps v. fulviceps ‘Aurea’ (1 yo)

Another pot of 1 year olds…
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C12:  Lithops aucampiae ssp. aucampiae v. aucampiae (Kuruman form) (1 yo)

C13:  Lithops hookeri v. dabneri (1 yo)

C14: Lithops lesliei ssp. lesliei v. lesliei (Kimberley form) (1 yo)

C15:  Lithops lesliei ssp. lesliei v. hornii (1 yo)

C18:  Lithops lesliei ssp. lesliei v. lesliei ( 1 yo)

C19:  Lithops hookeri v. subfenestrata “brunneoviolacea” (1 yo)

C20:  Lithops lesliei ssp. lesliei v. lesliei “luteoviridis” (1 yo)

C21:  Lithops hookeri v. subfenestrata (1 yo)

C23:  Lithops hookeri v. hookeri (vermiculate form) (1 yo)

 

To prevent the them from getting killed by our random and frequent afternoon thunderstorms, I keep them on my windowsill. This way they get the bright shade without rain, and even air-conditioning at night! :)

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