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100 Rare Mix Lithops Seeds Living Stones Succulent Cactus - Seed World
30 Rare Mix Lithops Seeds
100 Rare Mix Lithops Seeds Living Stones Succulent Cactus - Seed World
100 Rare Mix Lithops Seeds Living Stones Succulent Cactus - Seed World
100 Rare Mix Lithops Seeds Living Stones Succulent Cactus - Seed World
100 Rare Mix Lithops Seeds Living Stones Succulent Cactus - Seed World
100 Rare Mix Lithops Seeds Living Stones Succulent Cactus - Seed World
100 Rare Mix Lithops Seeds Living Stones Succulent Cactus - Seed World
100 Rare Mix Lithops Seeds Living Stones Succulent Cactus - Seed World
100 Rare Mix Lithops Seeds Living Stones Succulent Cactus - Seed World
100 Rare Mix Lithops Seeds Living Stones Succulent Cactus - Seed World
100 Rare Mix Lithops Seeds Living Stones Succulent Cactus - Seed World

30 Rare Mix Lithops Seeds

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Rare Mix Lithops Seeds Living Stones Succulent Cactus

Lithops is a genus of succulent plants native to southern Africa. "Lithos" means "stone" and "-ops" means "face" in Ancient Greek; therefore "Lithops" means "stone-like".

This is a very good description of these plants, which avoid being eaten by blending in with surrounding rocks.

They are often known as pebble plants or living stones. The formation of the name from the greek "-ops" means that even a single plant is called a Lithops.

Plant Type: Succulent
Genus: Lithops
Common Name: Living Stone
Plant Form: Caudex
Climate: Dry, Temperate
Sunlight: Full Sun, Partial Shade
Foliage: Evergreen
Watering: Light
Aspect: East-facing, North-facing, South-facing, West-facing
Plant Characteristic: Dwarf, Flowering
Soil Type: Sand
Soil pH: Neutral

How to Grow Sempervivum From Seed

Plants of the genus Sempervivum go by many common names, including hen and chicks, and stonecrop. which is a direct translation of the Latin name. All species of sempervivum are small, low-growing succulent plants with a rosette form and spreading growth habit.

Although most sempervivums are commonly cultivated using vegetative propagation methods such as division, they also grow reliably from seeds if they are exposed to very warm, bright conditions and kept moderately moist. Sempervivum seedlings are very susceptible to a fungal infection called damping-off, but this is easily avoided by not overwatering.