thanks for the picture. :)so much beauty in such a small plant~
Ah, Lithops dorotheae are my favorite, too.Yours are beautiful!Do you know their Cole-Number? I'm still puzzling about the Cole-Number of my home-grown ones.
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Hi Rika. I couldn't agree more. Sometimes, during the middle of the Winter I'll get a little "jaded" on them, but it doesn't take long to get over that. Right now we're low on dorotheaes. I guess we'll have to get some seeds and/or some wholesale plants...soon!
Thanks for your comment Petra. Unfortunately these plants don't have a Cole number attached and it's not possible to attach a Cole number on a Lithops plant after the fact. These were grown from nursery collected seed without any connection to the Cole collection. In our catalog we usually refer to the Cole numbered plants as "ex. Cole #xxx), meaning they were grown from seeds which were either collected from specific Cole plants or from plants which can be traced back to Cole plants. But with Cole number or without...they're cool plants aren't they?
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hello Luther! i hope you will post updates if you decide to sow dorotheae :) i look forward to seeing more pictures of them.