Monday, September 5, 2011

Lithops gracilidelineata C373

The routine task for today was to begin transplanting the Lithops into new trays so they won't take up as much space in the greenhouse this winter. I couldn't resist taking a picture of this, all bare root for the photo session.
Tomorrow's a holiday (Labor Day in the United States), but we'll be preparing some Echeverias for shipment to Korea. But we'll also spend some time on the deck relaxing in the outstanding weather we're getting right now...mid 80s to low 90's (F) and nighttime temps around 55F. Despite our cooler than normal summer, we're thankful that we've been spared the really terrible weather much of the country has had to suffer through and we feel for those who have been hurting.
Enjoy your plants!

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