Aww, it is little. I hope it doesn't develop an inferiority complex next to that big guy. It appears you are getting some nice flowering in your collection. The plants look great. You really achieve much with your limited space. That rubrolineata flower is gorgeous. Of course, there can never be too many rubrolineata pictures. :D
Yes, small and cute ♥Do you think it might bring something if I pollinate those two? Unfortunately I don't have any proper partners for them...True, at least some flowers this year. :) Each and every one so precious! It is always something special to see plants bloom that you've had since several years. Means you must be doing something right :)Thank you!
Wow those are amazing and spectacular. I always appreciate lithops, but they don't grow in our hot climate. So i just rely on posts like yours, congratulations.
Thank you Andrea! :) You sure they don't like it hot? Mine get really hot in summer on the direct sun and i overwinter them at warm room temperature over the heater. Cool overwintering is impossible on a windowsill.
beautiful , mine just flowered for the first time, I am new ti theses. what a sweet fragrance!
Love the rubrolineata flower but prefer the look of calcarea. The flowers on mine were a little more peach. Please have a look http://succulentsundae.blogspot.co.uk/2013/11/titanopsis-calcarea.html
Thanks for sharing many wonderful plants and much interesting information in 2013. I look forward to watching all your plants grow and flourish in 2014. Happy New Year!