White Rabbit - Seed
'White Rabbit'. Published by Oz Lithops in November 2016, this Lithops
hybrid cultivar is for those collectors who demand something different and a challenge to grow. 'White Rabbit' is a hybrid between Lithops karasmontana
and an unknown parent, although the suspects are Lithops optica
and Lapidaria margaretae.
From the publication:
'White Rabbit’ is bicuneate in shape, with a deep fissure and a wide cleft. In profile it is elongated and almost ovoid to a point where the two leaves resemble rabbit ears. Flowers are white, small with a tall pedicle and fruits are 5 locular producing tan seeds. The appearance of the leaves is opaque and smooth, mostly cream with a faint tan or brown broken line across the top and occasionally spotted on the sides. Other than this, there are no margins, channels, islands or windows which, along with the white flowers, lends the name 'White Rabbit’ perfectly.
'White Rabbit' could be considered as much of a mystery as Lithops steineckeana!!