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    SKU: 0197
    Fenestraria rhopalophylla, smaller windows, white or yellow fl.
    Commonly called "Baby Toes" has small club-shaped leaves with fenestrate ends and form large clumps by offsetting. Flowers colours range from pure white to rich golden yellow.
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    SKU: 0754
    Lithops fulviceps C170 40 km North Karasburg, Namibia.
    Colourful plant with orange-reddish-brown heads decorated by red lines and raised dots.
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    SKU: 0163
    Lithops fulviceps v. laevigata C412 TL 90km North-East Pofadder, Northern cape, South Africa
    Very peculiar small convex form with a relatively smooth surface without the large raised dusky dots which characterize the type variety.
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    SKU: 0716
    Schwantesia loeschiana Rosh Pinah, Nam., white rounded leaves, very fat (NG 1858.9)
    Often found growing in quartzite substrate where it mimicries the colour and shape of the stones.
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    SKU: 1030
    Lithops karasmontana 'opalina'
    A beautiful form with pastel-pink-white body .
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    SKU: 1431
    Lithops salicola C321 25 km WNW von Petrusville, South Africa
    This is one of the easiest species. Some people consider it one of the most tolerant of overwatering.
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    SKU: 0421
    Lithops hallii 'Gelkop'
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    SKU: 0423
    Lithops hookeri v. lutea C038 TL: 5 km North west of Groblershoop, South Africa
    Nice form of Lithops hookeri with rich orange coloration characterized by large island and coarse network of grooves on the top face. Flowers are Yellow in late summer.
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    SKU: 1003
    Faucaria sp. PB1787 21 km East Pearston, South Africa.
    This is a choice dwarf form, with brownish-green leaves that forms small low and exceptionally compact clumps. Flowers are golden-yellow, come in autumn and last for a long time.
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    SKU: 0696
    Cheiridopsis purpurea Karrachab
    This species produces long lasting purple flowers from November to March. The Cheiridopsis are dormant in summer and grow chiefly from late summer to winter.
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    SKU: 1463
    Stomatium albumroseum Antimub
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    SKU: 1457
    Schwantesia loeschiana
    Very nice free blooming succulent. Often found growing among quartzite stones.
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    SKU: 1004
    Glottiphyllum oligocarpum
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    SKU: 1470
    Cephalophyllum parvibracteatum
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    SKU: 1472
    Cheiridopsis caroli-schmidtii
    Cheiridopsis are dormant in summer. During that time they look kind of dry, or dying. This species produces long lasting flowers in winter, clumps easily and forms a mound up to 15 cm in diameter. Easy to grow!
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    SKU: 0991
    Glottiphyllum pygmaeum
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    SKU: 1488
    Lithops bromfieldii v. insularis C043 15 km West of Keimoes, South Africa
    Medium-small Lithops. The face is opaque slightly rugose with channels reduced to mini-windows. Shoulders, margins and islands orange-brown. Windows and channels transluscent reddish-brown with dull blood-red rubrications.
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