Pretty turgent and apparently smirking with satisfaction, Lithops bromfieldii C348 .
With joyful red dots, Lithops dinteri C206.
Very different size shows Lithops pseudotruncatella (alpina) C068 after one year growing together.
The last one to germinate, Lithops terricolor ‘peersi’ C131 are now the biggest of all seedlings.
Lithops hookeri subfenestrata ‘brunneoviolacea‘ C019 has been by far the most prolific and vigorous of all species sown.
First to hatch, these Lithops lesliei venteri ‘maraisii’ C153 are not the biggest after their first year.
Germinated very plentyfull, most Lithops hallii C119 died during a hot spell in midsummer in an intruiging sudden death episode. Only a few remained.
Lithops lesliei luteoviridis C020, compact and greenish/yellowish over a grey body.
Lithops julii brunnea C179 has largely grown in the shadow of a tolerated weed, Conyza bonariensis, and does seem to like it.
Also this one suffered much in summer, Lithops verruculosa C129, two of the few remaining seedlings.
Happy birthday to you all!