Lithops helmutii, C271, september 2014, at their new location, at full sun and full rain if there is rain. Up to now, L. helmutii has been the fastest growing of all. The one on the top right measures 22 x 13 x 24mm high.
In november, after heavy rainfall, the gaps of every helmutii widens again, and the little bodies gain full turgor. Once established, they seem to manage the unusual rain quite well.
January 2015; L. helmutii are shrivelling and preparing for their moult.
Not looking so happy now, april 2015, the new pair of leaves not yet ready and the old pair not gone, Lithops hemutii as most Lithops have a hard time when changing leaves.