Lithops, also called living stones, can include an intriguing accent to your own home or backyard. The crops, which resemble stones and develop a daisy like flower, come in a variety of shapes, textures and colours. Originally lithops can withstand temperatures up. They are hardy to USDA zones. Despite the fact that division of the plant can grows lithops, growing them is affordable and could be a rewarding experience.
Mix equal parts of potting perlite and mix. Moisten the mix and fill it up to about 1/2 inch from the best.
Sprinkle the seeds on the soil. Cover them using a 1/8-inch layer of rock or mud.
Fill a spray bottle and mist the soil. Try to keep the soil moist through the germination period. Cover the pot with a glass or plastic wrap pane to assist market the soil moisture-retention.
Place the pot in a sun-lit region. Aim to get a temperature of of around 65 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Place a heating mat beneath the the pot, if required. Expect the seeds to germinate within about two to 1-2 months.
When the seeds germinate remove the plastic wrap or glass pane. Transplant the seedlings to individual pots when the crops are large enough to manage and begin to group. Place the pots in a sunny window-sill.