Lithops bromfieldii v. mennelliiSix year old lithops should not be in their original seeding pot! Therefore I am going to remove these and give them their own pots. I believe several already have two leaf pairs, but that will be evident when they are unpotted.
If someone is looking for relatively easy lithops to grow, the bromfieldii group is for you. They grow fast and seldom cause trouble. These were under fluorescent lights for two years and have been out in the sun for the past four years. The leaf markings are vivid and I think this variety is my favorite within the bromfieldii group.
However, I have several L. bromfieldii v. bromfieldii plants that have a lot of dark maroon in the leaves and are very attractive. It's always hard to pick favorite lithops.