for some update, don´t you think so, too?
I could have thrown them all into the compost bin so much trouble I have suffered with them!
But I still have them...and not even only a few! *ggg*
The extended winter this year has retarded the majority of my plants to renew their lobes...
But some are happy at least...some very nice gems... Lithops lesliei ssp. lesliei v. lesliei C 014 [Kimberly form] (from Kakteen Haage)
The markings always appear brownish in my pictures than blackish-grey ... I wonder if this is because they partially receive direct sunlight. C 014
- another plant.Lithops lesliei v. venteri 'Maraisii' C 153 (from Kakteen Haage)
Here the same: Appearing rather brownish on top than blackish what I consider to be more normal. :o/
One of my favourites: Lithops karasmontana ssp. bella C 285 (from Uhlig Kakteen)C 285
- another plant. I love how variable the surface of the same species can be (even on the same plant from season to season!!!).C 285
- still another plant!
No, that´s the same plant as before but now you can see it has two heads! *hehe*Lithops coleorum C 396 (from Uhlig Kakteen)
- an very nice specimen!
another viewLithops werneri C 188 (from Kakteen Haage)
from another angleLithops werneri C 188 (from Uhlig Kakteen)
another angle and more sunlight :-)
That´s it for today.