Single Living Stone Plant in Plastic Pot, Lithops Living Stone

Regular price Rs. 165.00
Sale price Rs. 165.00 Regular price Rs. 399.00
Single Living Stone Plant in Plastic Pot, Lithops Living Stone

Single Living Stone Plant in Plastic Pot, Lithops Living Stone

Regular price Rs. 165.00
Sale price Rs. 165.00 Regular price Rs. 399.00
Product description

The Living Stone plant is a unique and hardy species of succulent that is perfect for indoor or outdoor gardening. Its natural stone-like appearance gives it its name. The plant is known for its low maintenance and ability to thrive in a variety of conditions, making it an ideal choice for both novice and experienced gardeners.

Some key features of the Living Stone plant include:

  • Natural stone-like appearance: The plant has a unique and natural stone-like appearance, making it a unique addition to any garden.

  • Low maintenance: The Living Stone plant is a succulent and requires minimal care, making it a great choice for busy gardeners.

  • Versatile: The plant can be grown indoors or outdoors and can thrive in a variety of conditions, from full sun to partial shade.

  • Drought tolerant: The Living Stone plant is known for its ability to withstand dry conditions, making it a great choice for xeriscaping.

  • Long-lasting: The Living Stone plant is known for its longevity, with some specimens living for several decades with proper care.

Overall, the Living Stone plant is a unique and hardy species of succulent that is perfect for indoor or outdoor gardening. Its natural stone-like appearance and low maintenance requirements make it a great choice for gardeners of all levels.

 

Processing Time: We take 2 day to make the plant ready for journey. Before packing we give them fertilizer and fungicide for best results.

Packing: We send potted plant in strong customized cardboard boxes to ensure zero transit loss.

Pot Size     :   2 to 3 Inch Black/White Plastic Basic Nursery Pot.
Plant Size  :   1 Plant of 0.5 to 0.75 inch diameter.
Sun Need  :   Keep in direct sun.
Water        :   Water once in a week if its winter or rainy season. In summer water thrice a week.
Fertilizer   :   Fertilize after each 3 month with cow dung manure or any balanced NPK fertilizer.
Repotting  :   This plant love to grow root bound so repot once in 2 year only.

Tips for Lithops Living Stone Plant Care 

 Here are some tips for caring for your Lithops:

  1. Light: Lithops prefer bright, indirect light. They can tolerate some direct sunlight, but it's best to place them in a location where they will receive morning sun and afternoon shade.

  2. Water: These plants are drought tolerant, but they do require some water to survive. Water them sparingly, and only when the soil is completely dry. They should never be overwatered, as this can lead to root rot.

  3. Soil: Lithops prefer well-draining soil with a sandy or gravelly texture. They do not tolerate clay soils, so it's best to use a cactus or succulent potting mix.

  4. Temperature: Lithops prefer warm temperatures, ideally between 60-70 degrees Fahrenheit. They can tolerate some cold, but they should be protected from frost.

  5. Fertilizer: These plants do not require regular fertilization, but they may benefit from a light application of a cactus or succulent fertilizer once a year.

  6. Propagation: Lithops can be propagated by carefully splitting them into individual "leaves" and planting them in well-draining soil.

  7. Pests: Lithops are generally resistant to pests and diseases, but they can be susceptible to mealybugs and scale insects.

By following these care tips, your Lithops should thrive and delight you with their unique appearance. Remember to always check the specific needs of your plant as different varieties may have different needs.

Living Stone Plants Benefit

Some of the benefits of Living Stone plants include:

  1. Low maintenance: These plants are known for their low maintenance requirements, making them a great choice for busy gardeners or those new to gardening.

  2. Drought tolerant: Living Stone plants are drought tolerant and can survive long periods of time without water, making them a great choice for xeriscaping.

  3. Unique appearance: The stone-like appearance of Living Stone plants makes them a unique and eye-catching addition to any garden or indoor space.

  4. Versatile: These plants can be grown indoors or outdoors and can thrive in a variety of conditions, from full sun to partial shade.

  5. Long-lasting: Living Stone plants are known for their longevity, with some specimens living for several decades with proper care.

  6. Low water consumption: Due to their drought-tolerant properties, Living Stone plants do not require much water which makes them ideal for dry and arid regions, saving water resources.

  7. Air purification: Studies have shown that some species of succulent plants, such as Lithops, have air-purifying properties and can help to remove toxins and pollutants from the air, making them beneficial for indoor air quality.

Overall, Living Stone plants are a unique and hardy species of succulent that are perfect for indoor or outdoor gardening. Their low maintenance requirements, drought tolerance and unique appearance make them a great choice for gardeners of all levels.

 How Long do Lithops Flowers Last

Typically, Lithops will produce flowers in the fall or early winter. The flowers typically last for about 2-3 weeks. The flowers are produced from the fissure at the top of the plant, they are small and usually one to three per plant. They usually have one to five flowers per stem, which are usually white, yellow or pink and they are usually self-fertile.

It's worth noting that not all Lithops will flower every year, and some will only flower occasionally. Factors such as lighting, temperature, and water availability can all affect the flowering of Lithops.

To encourage flowering, it's important to provide the plant with bright, indirect light and to keep the soil slightly on the dry side. It's also important to allow the plant to rest for a few weeks after flowering, by withholding water and fertilizer.

Overall, the blooming period of Lithops is relatively short, lasting for about 2-3 weeks. However, the unique appearance of the plant and the small daisy-like flowers make it a fascinating and desirable plant for collectors and succulent enthusiasts.

 


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