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Lithops is a genus of succulent plants in the ice plant family, Aizoaceae. Members of the genus are native to southern Africa. The name is derived from the Description - Cultivation - History - Taxonomy. Lithops (commonly called „flowering stones“ or „living stones“) are true mimicry plants: their shape, size and color causes them to resemble small stones in their . 2 Jan - 11 sec - Uploaded by Ouessne Video starts right after the first dose of water this year. 1 day per frame, 5 frames per second,
20 Dec - 6 min - Uploaded by Succulent Addict Quick facts about Lithops and tips to keep your living stone alive. Sources http. 2 Aug Living Stones (Lithops) are unusual succulents that have evolved to resemble the pebbles and rocks that litter their native habitats through. This sale is for one of the pots containing 3 mature lithops in the picture. Lithops is a genus of succulent plants native to southern Africa. "Lithos" means "stone".
Lithops, also called living stone, flowering stone, or stoneface, (genus Lithops) any of a group of about 40 species of succulent plants of the carpetweed family. 5 Dec Plants that look like rocks? Those would be living stones, in the genus Lithops. These are small succulent plants that survive in their harsh. San Francisco State University Department of Geography. Geography Biogeography. The Biogeography of Living Stones(Mesembryanthemaceae: Lithops. The latest Tweets from Lithops Stories (@LithopsStories). Lithops Stories on Twitter. Trier, Germany. Learn how to grow Lithops in this article. Lithops are small and inconspicuous plants that look like stones or pebbles. Growing Lithops and Lithops care is not.