Some of the oldies. I cannot believe these guys are three years old!
I’ve noticed that last year’s seedlings are staying really tiny. Hallii is no exception. I am, however, very pleased with how healthy and robust they are! I love the colors in this pot.
These plants are all in the same pot but they are in clumps so it was hard to get everyone in the same shot. I thinned them a bit when they first came up but have not transplanted these yet. No worries, they seem to be doing fine.
I have one weirdo in the pot. Can you find it? 🙂
I must apologize for neglecting the blog recently. I bought a new home in the country and will be moving soon! I have a bit of land now and plan to open a green house for Lithops and their relatives ❤
The Hallii pot did very well over the Winter. No losses! These guys are a year old 🙂
L. Olivacea Nebrownii & Fulviceps V Fulviceps
And a lovely pot of mixed Hallii. I know for sure I have some C174, C119, and C135 in this pot, but the rest were from a mixed bag of mystery Hallii seeds. I love the two orange ones 🙂