You know I already have dorotheae that are quite big. I sowed those in 2007 and I'm really only waiting for one of them to finally flower. :)
A couple of weeks ago I found my old box with Lithops seeds and I decided to sow the rest of them. Among them were also some more of those old dorotheae seeds that I had already sowed in 2007.
Somehow I hadn't expected them to germinate, but... here they are:
Lithops dorotheae on July 18, 2012 (sowed on April 29, 2012)
I really love those little green balls. Isn't it fascinating how Lithops can be distinguished from each other even at that young age? Compared to the pseudotruncatella var. edithae I posted a couple of days ago, these look very different.
Let's hope these will grow just as well as the first ones did!