Tada!

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Lithops bloom
Lithops bloom
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Beautiful! Do you do anything special with the watering? I've heard that they like getting soaked repeatedly over summer and that it promotes blooming. I did that to mine and thought it wasn't going to work, then in late fall a bloom appeared.
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I just water lightly once per week all year long.
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Beautiful! I like Ice plants.
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