Lithops, more commonly referred to as the living stone, are a type of succulent. Its name is derived from greek meaning “stone” and “face” due to it’s stone-like appearance. In the wild, these plants can be found in many different habitats such as quartz grit or gravely flats, stony ridges and hills of sand, decomposed granite, quartzite, shale, schist and limestone. Lithops typically produce flowers in the autumn and early winter. After the Lithop blooms, the 'mother plant' dies and is replaced by a baby which emerges from the center of the plant.
☀ ☀ ☀ Light :
Thrives in bright indirect to direct light.
Prefers dry soil. When your Lithop is thirsty, it will turn wrinkly. Mist with water and allow soil to dry out before watering again.
+ Plant Tip :
In their natural environment, Lithops get no fertilizer so fertilizing your Lithops is not necessary.
* Assorted Lithops