Rare Exotic Lithops - 300 Seeds / pack HOT! - Limited
Rare Exotic Lithops - 300 Seeds / pack HOT! - Limited
Rare Exotic Lithops - 300 Seeds / pack HOT! - Limited
Rare Exotic Lithops - 300 Seeds / pack HOT! - Limited
Rare Exotic Lithops - 300 Seeds / pack HOT! - Limited
Rare Exotic Lithops - 300 Seeds / pack HOT! - Limited
Rare Exotic Lithops - 300 Seeds / pack HOT! - Limited
Rare Exotic Lithops - 300 Seeds / pack HOT! - Limited
Rare Exotic Lithops - 300 Seeds / pack HOT! - Limited
Rare Exotic Lithops - 300 Seeds / pack HOT! - Limited
Rare Exotic Lithops - 300 Seeds / pack HOT! - Limited
Rare Exotic Lithops - 300 Seeds / pack HOT! - Limited
Rare Exotic Lithops - 300 Seeds / pack HOT! - Limited
Rare Exotic Lithops - 300 Seeds / pack HOT! - Limited
Rare Exotic Lithops - 300 Seeds / pack HOT! - Limited
Rare Exotic Lithops - 300 Seeds / pack HOT! - Limited
Rare Exotic Lithops - 300 Seeds / pack HOT! - Limited
Rare Exotic Lithops - 300 Seeds / pack HOT! - Limited
Rare Exotic Lithops - 300 Seeds / pack HOT! - Limited
Rare Exotic Lithops - 300 Seeds / pack HOT! - Limited
Rare Exotic Lithops - 300 Seeds / pack HOT! - Limited
Rare Exotic Lithops - 300 Seeds / pack HOT! - Limited
Rare Exotic Lithops - 300 Seeds / pack HOT! - Limited

Rare Exotic Lithops - 300 Seeds / pack HOT! - Limited

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$35.99
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Enjoy our very limited Inventory of Exotic Premium Lithops Seeds for 50% OFF! Today ONLY!

Product Specifications

✔️ rare exotic variety premium seeds - can't be found in stores
✔️ easy to grow
✔️ 22 varieties to choose from
✔️ hardy, can be grown in USDA zones 6 and up
✔️ highly drought tolerant
✔️ can be both indoor and outdoor
✔️ stunning!



How to plant

Even though Lithops can be grown by division of the adult plant, growing them from seed is economical and can be a rewarding experience.

  1. Mix equal parts of potting mix and perlite.
  2. Moisten the mix with water, and fill a pot with drainage holes, up to about 1/2 inch from the top.
  3. Sprinkle the seeds over the soil. Cover them with a 1/8-inch layer of fine sand or crushed rock. Do not cover with too much soil or the seeds may not germinate.
  4. Fill a spray bottle with water and mist the soil with it. Try to keep the soil moist throughout the germination period.
  5. Cover the pot with plastic wrap or a glass pane to help the soil retain moisture.
  6. Place the pot in a warm, sunlit area.
  7. Expect the seeds to germinate within about two to 12 weeks.



More to read about Lithops

Lithops is a genus of succulent plants in the ice plant family, Aizoaceae. Members of the genus are native to southern Africa. The name is derived from the Ancient Greek words λίθος (lithos), meaning "stone," and ὄψ (ops), meaning "face," referring to the stone-like appearance of the plants. They avoid being eaten by blending in with surrounding rocks and 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.

Lithops are popular novelty house plants and many specialist succulent growers maintain collections. They are relatively easy to grow if given sufficient sun and a suitable well-drained soil.

Normal treatment in mild  temperate climate is to keep them completely dry during winter, watering only when the old leaves have dried up and been replaced by a new leaf pair. Watering continues through autumn when the plants flower and then stopped for winter. The best results are obtained with additional heat such as a greenhouse. In hotter climates Lithops will have a summer dormancy when they should be kept mostly dry, and they may require some water in winter.

In tropical climates, Lithops can be grown primarily in winter with a long summer dormancy. In all conditions, Lithops will be most active and need most water during autumn and each species will flower at approximately the same time.

Lithops thrive best in a coarse, well-drained substrate. Any soil that retains too much water will cause the plants to burst their skins as they over-expand. Plants grown in strong light will develop hard strongly coloured skins which are resistant to damage and rot, although persistent overwatering will still be fatal. Excessive heat will kill potted plants as they cannot cool themselves by transpiration and rely on staying buried in cool soil below the surface. Commercial growers mix a mild fungicide or weak strength horticultural sulfur into the plants water to prevent rotting. Lithops are sensitive to watering during hot weather, which can cause the plants to rot; in habitat the plants are often dormant when the temperatures are high, doing most of their growing during the cool months of the year. Low light levels will make the plants highly susceptible to rotting and fungal infection.

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