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  • Re: From John Gosling

    Dear Andrew: Thank you very much for your generous guidance regarding raising Lithops from seed. I am very excited to try the next batch (I have ordered 20

    johngosling54 23 hours ago
  • Re: From John Gosling

    Hi John Visit Grey Heron Nursery, run by Emile Heunis, call him on 021 987 3262 or 083 407 5275 - I think those numbers are correct, I lost all my telephone

    bispinosum 1 day ago
  • Re: From John Gosling

    Dear Keith: Thank you very much for all your helpful suggestions and pointers regarding possible suppliers. Much appreciated. Kind regards, John Dr. John

    johngosling54 1 day ago
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"On picking up from the stoney ground, what was supposed a curiously shaped pebble, it proved to be a plant, an additional new species to the numerous tribe of the Mesembryanthemum: but in colour and appearance bore the closest resemblance to the stones between which it was growing."

W.J. Burchell, 1811.

This plant was given the name Mesembryanthemum turbiniforme and was first described in writing by H. Haworth in 1821, a year before Burchell published his account of its discovery, in his two-volume book: Travels in the Interior of Southern Africa. It was renamed Lithops turbiniformis, by N.E. Brown in 1922, when he created the genus Lithops.

Many have followed in their passion for these incredible plants and this group was created with this same spirit in mind.

I hope you will discover the same joy that I have in my explorations of these fascinating plants.

Andrew van Ginkel

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