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When I opened the box there only appeared to be 1 lithop with basically no root system, but I found a second one buried lying sideways and it took until looking at the subscription page today to realize there should be a third (also buried sideways, but at the bottom of the cup). I'm not sure how that happened since it seems like too much movement to be caused by shipping, but I'm glad I noticed and got the third one out. Hopefully it didn't hurt it being buried for a week.
Either way, they are cute and I like them. I haven't had succulents for a while, but here's hoping I have better luck with these guys.
(Pictures taken before I discovered lithop #3)
Hey Julia! Thanks for the kind review! You'll have to keep us updated on how they grow! Sorry to hear your lithops tried to escape. Our packaging is getting a bit of a revamp to prevent this from happening next month, so this shouldn't happen again!
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