The Lithops “seedlings” don’t get much attention on this blog anymore. Mostly because they don’t actually do anything at all. They’re slightly dehydrated after a good and warm spring and summer without any water. Right about now would be the growing season for adult Lithops. They need water before they start splitting in late fall/winter and then you stop watering again until the old leaf set is dry like a piece of paper. I keep these guys in my South facing window in the living room. So far they haven’t shown signs of etiolation.
I’m not actually sad because they’re not growing bigger or blooming. I just kept 4 seed grown Lithops alive for 5 whole years (+1 month)!