Lithops aucampiae is a species of Lithops found in South Africa. it was named after Juanita Aucamp, who found a specimen on her father's farm in Postmasburg, Northern Cape in 1929. Although variable in appearance, it nevertheless conforms to the typical Lithops morphology: two thick, fleshy leaves (each with a window to allow light into the underground part of the plant), separated by a crack from which a yellow flower appears. In the variety koelemanii the window and the groove are reduced.
Dwarf, 2 joined leaves, shallow fissure separates translucent windows at ground level which admit light, solitary yellow flowers. Sow Spring.
USDA Zone - 9
Season to Sow - Spring
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