Succulent - Lithops

Common name “Living Stones” in 1.5” pots 


One of the most critical things to understand when it comes to caring for lithops is their growth cycle. In their native climate, lithops have two periods of dormancy. After the new leaves develop in the spring and the summer soil dries out, lithops cease growing and shift into a dormant state throughout the hottest part of the year. When growing lithops as houseplants, it’s important to understand that this dormancy is normal, and the plant should be allowed to dry out in the summer as it would in its native climate.

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