Lithops hallii de Boer(1957)

This is a wide spread species with relatively little variation within a location and between locations. The exception in my view is C 045 (the white form) which coulld need a description. There are possible crosses with L. salicola C 078).IIt is very strange that  it was recognized only in 1957. De Boer was extremely surprised that the plants send to him flowered white because he considered them L. hookeri which is growing in the same region.
This is one of the easiest species to propagate and keep alive in both glasshouses as window sills.

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Lithops hallii var hallii de Boer (1957)
Lithops hallii C 045

Lithops hallii C 045 15 km SW Uppington

Lithops hallii C 158

Lithops hallii C 158 55km ENE Vanwijksvlei

C 375
Lithops hallii C375 55 km N of Uppington

C 050
C 158
Lithops hallii C 050 15 km SE Uppington
Lithops hallii C 158 55km ENE Vanwijksvlei
C 375

Lithops hallii C 375 55 km N of Uppington
C 045
C 045
Lithops hallii C 045 "white form" 15 km SW Uppington

C 135 hallii brown form
Lithops hallii C 135 " brown form" 20 km SE Strijdenburg

Lithops hallii var ochraceae  (de Boer) Cole (1962)
C 039
C 039
Lithops hallii var ochracea C 039 5 km NE of Groblershoop





Cultivars
hallii green soapstone

Lithops hallii "Green Soapstone"C 111A
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