Speaking of weird shapes. You might remember this lesliei from this post. It looked ridiculous back then, with the heads looking in different directions. A year later it had a much better appearance but there was still some weirdness shining through. This year it had a new surprise prepared. It has grown a 3rd head but in a very unusual manner. See for yourself:
If you're new to lithops I'll explain what's unusual about it. If one head of a lithops is turning into two heads they look like a four-leaf clover at first, the fissures building a line (figure 1).
What's wrong on this picture is that the one new head is twisted (figure 2). I guess this plant is just a rebel, doing things its own way. I gladly welcome the weirdness as long as the plant is healthy.
On a side note, I bought it on a Succulent Expo as a hybrid lesliei Fred's Redhead x lesliei v. minor C6A. It doesn't seem to have much from a Redhead and I'll still need to see the flowers but it does look like a C6, of which I have some seedlings (picture below). Maybe it grows so strange because of the wild hybridization?