Lithops lesliei var. hornii
I have more plants of Lithops lesliei than any other type. I like the large size of the plants, the relatively flat top of the leaves, the very interesting patterns of the leaf colors, and last but not least, they are one of the easiest lithops to grow.
Shown is a three headed plant of L. lesliei v. hornii C364. It was grown from seed planted in the fall of 2002. Lithops are occasionally called "Midday Flowers" because the flowers usually don't open wide until about 3:00 p.m. in the afternoon.