Sources and info on the web                                                                                                 home

http://www.conos-paradise.com Uwe Beyer is one of the best sources in the world for plants and seeds. a source of other info as well.
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http://www.mesagarden.com/ Seeds and plants of unmatched quality from Stephen Brack who also collected his own lithops in the field
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http://www.atomic-plant.deSeeds and plants of fine quality and not expensive
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http://www.scrapbooklithops.com/ Keith Green is creating the standard for Lithops documenting. It includes all cultivars as well.
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rsasucculents Francois Hoes has a magnificent photo collection on his site
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vivante passerelle Mikael LegrandHere you can find the famous article from Steven Hammer "The art of growing mesembs'. This is the best info available how to grow them.


http://www.floweringstones.co.za Most complete site on the web
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Map in Google with all Cole Lithops  Made by Ivan Boldryev
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http://www.mesemb.org/
Mesemb Study group 4 bulletins a year, seedlists, plants exchange and fantastic new contacts.
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http://lithopsforum.com/Old forum had a lot of content but is lost. Slowly building up again
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http://www.cactuspro.com/biblio/en:accueilHere you can download old cacti and succulent literature for free. There are books on Lithops from Brian Fearn, G. C. Nell and  David L. Sprechmann.
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Books
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Lithops Flowering StonesDesmont T. Cole
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The original was written in 1988, this book is the modern standard  for Lithops enthusiasts. A slightly enhanced reprint in 2005 is the more complete version. Both books are out of print and can only be bought second hand.
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Lithops Treasures of the fieldSteven A. Hammer
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The original was printed in 1999 and the second edition of 2010 is still available. This is  currently the best available book on Lithops with plenty of pictures of all known Lithops . It is also a funny book to read. 


Wild Lithops
Harald Jainta


The writer visited South African and Namibia during 12 years to document the wild populations of Lithops. He visited most of the Cole-populations but also located many others. In the book a huge number of pictures show the variabillity within the species and within populations. Every Lithops fanatic must own this book as it shows the Lithops in the field in its ultimate variation.