Category Archives: Lesliei Albinica

Inventory of Adult Lithops

Tonight, I brought the adult Lithops inside and catalogued them before putting them under lights for the winter.  I thought I’d share!  I feel blessed to have such an amazing collection.  I can’t wait to add our ‘Peppermint Cremes’ to the roster 🙂

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2014 Lesliei ‘Albinica’

A group of healthy, albeit tall, Albinica Lithops.  These poor souls were at the back of the shelf and found themselves reaching for the sun.

They are in good condition, however, and most have already divided.  I think I started with 5 in this pot…maybe 7.


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Posted by on July 12, 2017 in Lesliei Albinica


Another Division!

The L. Lesliei ‘Albinica’ pot is really making me proud this Spring.  I have another division and this time it’s one of the green plants 🙂


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Posted by on March 18, 2016 in Lesliei, Lesliei Albinica


Lesliei ‘Albinica’

3 year old L.Lesliei ‘Albinica’. I grew these from seed and I’m pretty sure they were from my first sowing (not counting the first batch of 160 that I killed). They are looking pretty sad right now from a tough Winter but the new leaves are nice and plump so they’ll be pretty again soon. More importantly, check out the double head in the centre right! I love when they divide. These plants are now old enough to bloom! Hopefully we’ll see some flowers in the Fall.

Speaking of tough Winters, my prettiest ‘Zorro’ took a real beating.  Fingers crossed it pulls through.


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Posted by on March 14, 2016 in Lesliei, Lesliei Albinica


Wake Up!!!

Have your Lithops started to wake from their winter slumber yet?  Some of mine are well on their way 🙂



Posted by on January 30, 2016 in Lesliei Albinica, Observations