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Lithops lesliei ssp. lesliei (Grey form) C359

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Lithops lesliei ssp. lesliei (Grey form) C359

You will receive a plant similar to the 2nd photo (group photo)

Plants may have small markingsšŸƒ

Plants for sale are DISPLAYED in a 70mm pot.

Sold Singularly. 0.5-2cm in size



Lithops is often known as pebble plant or living stones.

Lithops come from South Africa and are found growing in extremely dry areas of grassland and on rocky hillsides.

The body of a Lithops is essentially two opposite leaves which through evolution have become thicken and fused together.

Each year a new head develops during the ā€˜Resting Periodā€™ (May to September) where the old head shrivels as a new head is developing from the centre. Minimal to no watering during this period is necessary as the new developing head is absorbing nutriment from the old one.

Watering sparingly outside of the ā€˜Resting Periodā€™ always keeping plants moderately dry. If the plants look fat and hard not water is needed. If the sides of the plants look wrinkly or flaccid then its time to water. Over watering leading to rot is the most problem people have when growing Lithops

Plant in an extremely well drained potting mix with added gravel and grit.

Attractive daisy like flowers and produced in Autumn.



Please see more details on our Blog!

-Lithop Growing, Care & Cultivation

Plants are posted without pots or potting mix and may vary to those displayed due to seasonal changes. Please see our 'Order Information' and 'Shipping Policy' below for more details.

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