Lithops

Lithops aka Living Stones, collection of individual lithops, they come in a 2.5″ plastic container usually containing 2-4 lithops in each container, but sometimes/rarely only 1 very larger and mature one, based on stock, size and other factors. Sometimes we also ship them in …

Lithops – Plant that Pretends to be a Rock | The Living Stone

2019-9-19 · Lithops or The Living stone are actually most amazing and unusual plants that look like stones or rocks. These strange looking amazing plants look so much like stones that anybody can get confused. Lithops are succulent mimicry plants that have two leaves resembling stones. So continue reading below for some more interesting Lithops facts.

Lithops

Lithops or "Living Stones": Rare mesembs from South Africa that are accustomed to full sun, rocky soil, and droughts that last several months. Only the very tops of the leaves are visible aboveground and even these are well-camouflaged in a variety of colors and patterns to …

Species Spotlight

2021-7-3 · Temperature for Lithops Living Stones. Protect lithops from temperatures dropping below 50�F (10�C). If you have it growing near a window, move it further into the room over the winter to avoid it experiencing too severe a drop in temperature during the winter. Lithops Soil. The right soil is a critical part of lithops …

Lithops Living Stones Nursery

How our websiteworks. Since April 1986 Plants for the Southwest and Living Stones Nursery have been dedicated to sharing our plant knowledge with others. This new website offers plant information about many of the plants we are growing now, and also information about plants we have grown in the past . You will see a tab at the top of the Home ...

Lithops Living Stone

Lithops have a stone-like appearance, which helps them hide from being eaten. These plants are interesting as they have fused leaves and hardly any stem, and have a leaf window to help the plant photosynthesise. As they are so interesting, this plant are sure to start a conversation. It also has sweetly smelling flowers in the Autumn, and like ...

Living Stone Plant (Lithops): Care and Growing Guide ...

2021-7-2 · Lithops is a succulent that is also called living stone plant and is easy to grow indoors. The plant''s common name—living stone—comes from the fact that the succulent looks like a small rock, pebble, or stone. The unusual feature of lithops plants is their two fleshy succulent leaves in a kidney bean shape.

Lithops 101

2018-5-19 · Lithops 101 – A crash course in: Lithops care needs, growing cycles, and why you need to know them BOTH to keep them alive. Learn more about Lithops and other Mesembs along with tons of helpful information to keeping your succulents happy in my eBook ''The Succulent Manual: A …

"Lithops" or Living Stone Plants

2018-12-8 · Living Stone Plant Care and Maintenance Watering your Plant. Due to their native origins, the Lithops plants have adapted to needing very infrequent water and low humidity. It is best to give your plant a good drink, and let it dry out completely before re-watering.

Cole numbers – Lithops

LithopsLocalityData_2002.pdf. The following photo gallery offers a general overview of the 400 "Cole numbers" and then show some ambiguities that may appear in photo galleries on the internet. All Cole numbers. Cole numbers 1 à 96. Cole numbers 97 à 216. Cole numbers 217 à 312. Cole numbers 313 à 415. All Cole numbers.

Lithops fulviceps

2013-11-14 · Lithops fulviceps N.E .: Cole numbers: C170, C220, C221, C266, C278, C284, C390, C391; (lydiae) C219. It is a medium sized elliptical plant about 30 X 23 to 40 X 27 mm wide, It branches easily and forms clumps with up to 10 (or more) heads, but usually less.

Lithops: How To Grow And Care For Living Stone Plants ...

2021-5-18 · Lithops pseudotruncatella, ''Truncate Living Stone'' Lithops psuedotruncatella. Source: munnibee. From southwestern Africa, the truncate living stone is very distinctive. Its exterior leaf walls tend towards an even grey tone, but the upper leaf surfaces are dappled …

Lithops or ''Living Stones''

2021-8-23 · Lithops are a long lived succulent that can be grown from seed, many species are available for sale as plants from specialist nurseries and in Australia. The botanical name comes from two greek words, and loosely would mean ''Stone Face''. Originally from the dry …

Watering – Lithops

Watering. For watering a basic rule: it is very difficult to kill a Lithops thirsty but very easy to kill him with excess water. However, contrary to what is often read, the water requirements of Lithops are very variable depending on the species, both in terms of quantity and season or watering mode. Although accurate weather data is …

Book: Lithops – Flowering Stones: Lithops

Contents of the book ''Lithops – Flowering Stones'' by Desmond T. Cole. Lithops: Lithops Gallery LLD Books Links: Lithops » Books » Lithops – Flowering Stones : Lithops – Flowering Stones. Contents: List of figures: ix: Foreword: by Gordon D. Rowley, President: British Cactus and Succulent Society ...

Living Stone Plant (Lithops): Care and Growing Guide (Pictures)

Lithops - Lithops Living Stones Nursery

Sowing – Lithops

The easiest species to sow are: Lithops aucampiae, bromfieldii, hallii, hookeri, karasmontana, lesliei, olivacea, pseudotruncatella, salicola and schwantesii. Attention several species have tiny seeds (Lithops julii, marmorata, olivacea). A wide range of seeds from my collection is available in the Shop section. The 2019 list has just been put ...

Living Stone Plants (Lithops): Types, How to Grow and Care ...

2020-10-7 · A greenish brown living stone, it has dark green patterns on top and produces yellow flowers. L. julii. This lithops is gray with red tint and dotted brown marks. The flower is white. L. karasmontana. A pale red brown species, this lithops has dark upper panel patterns and white flower. L. optica ''Rubra''

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Lithops Locality Data: Lithops

LLD list (C1 - C413, April 2006) from Desmond T. and Naureen A. Cole.

Lithops: How To Grow And Care For Living Stone Plants ...

2021-5-18 · Lithops pseudotruncatella, ''Truncate Living Stone'' Lithops psuedotruncatella. Source: munnibee. From southwestern Africa, the truncate living stone is very distinctive. Its …

Growing Lithops

2014-12-21 · Cole, D.T & Cole, N.A. (2005) Lithops Flowering Stones. Cactus & Co, Italy. Hammer, S.A. (1999) Lithops Treasures of the Veld. British Cactus & Succulent Society, UK. Useful web site. Full list of Cole Lithops field numbers is on the Nick Rowlette site (under LLD) All established Lithops …

Lithops Care

2021-6-20 · Lithops thrive in compacted, sandy soil with little water and blistering hot temperatures. While relatively easy to grow, a little information on lithops will help you learn how to grow living stone plants so that they thrive in your home. Information on Lithops. There are numerous colorful names for plants in the Lithops genus. Pebble plants ...

Category:Lithops

2020-11-15 · Vernacular names [ edit wikidata ''Category:Lithops'' linked to current category] [ edit wikidata ''Lithops'' main topic of ''Category:Lithops''] English : Living Stones, Pebble Plants, pebble plants, living stones. български: Литопс. català: cara pedres, planta pedra. čeština: …

Precising Cultivars – Lithops

The following diagrams help to identify all the cultivars of the following major species: Lithops aucampiae, bromfieldii, gracilidelineata, hookeri, julii, karasmontana, lesliei, pseudotruncatella, schwantesii, terricolor, recognized by the International Cultivar Registration Authority and registered on Keith Green''s website : Lithops …

Lithops Living Stone Plant | Shop Live House Plants ...

Lithops plants, or "Living Stones" are small unique succulents that are native to the deserts of South Africa. They generally stay under 2inches and often resemble cloven hooves. Lithops thrive in compacted, sandy soil with little water and blistering hot temperatures, and only needs to be watered once a year during Summer

Lithops Care Guide: Everything You Need to Know

2021-1-12 · Lithops is the scientific name of the genus, but it is also often used as a common name. It stems from lithos (rock) and opsis (similar to).. Other common names for these fat plants include: living stones; flowering stones…

LITHOPS

2011-12-1 · The genus Lithops The name Lithops is derived from the Greek words lithos—a. stone, and ops—a face. The name was given to these plants in 1922 by Dr N. E. Brown on account of their resemblance in colour and appearance to the stones and pebbles among which they grew. William J. Burchell in his Travels in the interior of Southern Africa

Products – Lithops

Seeds Lithops aucampiae ''Betty''s Beryl'' C389. 3,00€. Cultivar number Q011. Packet of 10 seeds. 3 packets max per buyer. Add to cart.

LITHOPS

Lithops ASSORTED 5cm pot. £3.00. Assorted Lithops (Living stones). Our choice in 5cm pots. If ordering more than one we will pick the best colour assortment that we currently have in stock. You can ask us to give them latin names (In the text box at checkout), but this can sometimes limit the choice a little. ...

Lithops

LITHOPS. Popularly called "Living Stones", Lithops are some of the world''s most fascinating plants! Since their discovery by John Burchell in 1811 when "on picking up from the stony ground what was supposed a curiously shaped pebble, it proved to be a plant", Lithops …