Living Stone Succulent (Lithops) 3" pot
Living Stone Succulent (Lithops) 3" pot
Living Stone Succulent (Lithops) 3" pot
Living Stone Succulent (Lithops) 3" pot
Living Stone Succulent (Lithops) 3" pot
Living Stone Succulent (Lithops) 3" pot
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Living Stone Succulent (Lithops) 3" pot

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As per their common name, Living Stones are known for their remarkable ability to mimic the appearance of stones or pebbles, making them blend seamlessly into their surroundings as a survival strategy.

These small, slow-growing plants exhibit fleshy, thick leaves that are fused at the base, forming a cleft at the top. You may observe daisy-like blooms that emerge from the crevice between the leaves. 


This succulent may shed its old leaves, which can appear shrivelled or dried, but don't worry; this is a normal occurrence known as leaf-shedding." This process helps the plant conserve energy and moisture during unfavourable conditions. New leaves will emerge from the crevice as the old ones shed. 


  • Save this plant a seat at the window as they require consistent bright, direct sunlight for several hours each day-Prolonged periods of insufficient light can cause elongation and weak growth.
  • Lithops have a shallow root system, so they do not require frequent repotting. Repot only when necessary, using a slightly larger pot with fresh soil.
  • Avoid using heavy potting soils or soils that retain too much moisture, so opt for a well-draining, gritty potting media. 
  • Avoid overwatering and ensure the pot has drainage holes to prevent waterlogged soil, which can quickly lead to root rot.
  • Lthiops do best in a low-humidity environment.
  • Allow the soil to dry out completely between waterings, then give it a thorough drink-bottom watering is recommended.