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Living Stones (Lithops species)

Living Stones (Lithops species)

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S7636-3CL

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3" Pot Size
17 in stock

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Living Stones (Lithops species)
A great gift for the young and inquisitive, these South African succulents look like beautifully marked pebbles. Living Stones can grow in a sunny window and remain contained in a limited space for years with little, if any, effort. Best yet, they need water only once or twice a month, a task even the smallest child can accomplish. An excellent gift for the beginning gardener! Three large Living Stones are shipped in a 3” clay pot.
Hardiness Zone 10
Bloom Season Fall, Spring, Summer
Sun Requirement Full Sun
Grows to 1-1.5"
Minimum Temperature Indoors 40
Plant Type Easy Grower
  1. Logee's is the best! Review by gail
    How do you rate this product?

    Love, love, love my living stones!!! They are bigger than i thought they would be and so cute. Made my maternal instinct kick in, just want to baby them. Ordered 3 additional plants and all are top quality. Now if I can just keep them alive :) Logee's is the BEST! I will not order anywhere else. (Posted on 9/13/2016)

  2. SO CUUUTE Review by Ihaveaplantproblem
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    I looovvve this thing! I did get a little neglectful and its in a very very sunny and warm greenhouse. It got too dry and and hot and they got a little soft and shriveled. But then I watered it really well (do it on a sunny day in the morning so it can dry out proper) and it came back with a vengeance! Now two of them have buds!! So cute in its little pot (Posted on 10/2/2015)