Pleiospilos Nelii Lithop (Green) *RARE* - for sale by Succy Crafts
Pleiospilos Nelli (Green) - for sale by Succy Crafts
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Pleiospilos Nelii Lithops (Green) *RARE*

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Lithops are part of the ice plant family Aizoaceae. With over 400 identified species, this makes for a great succulent to collect. They come in different colors, textures and shapes. They bloom bright daisy like flowers in their growing season. Lithops are also known as pebble plants and living stones. They naturally blend in with their surroundings to avoid being eaten by hungry or thirsty desert creatures. Lithops create small clusters of plants that look great in shallow bowls or planters with the pairing of actual stones as a top dress to give them their genuine 'stone face' look. A unique/rare plant to add to your succulent collection.

Native to: South Africa

Zone: 10, 11

Hardiness: tender soft succulent - will not tolerate frost

Recommended light conditions: full to bright shade

Bloomtime : Fall through Winter

Bloom color : orange, yellow, pink, purple, white, coral,

Watering needs: In the Summer lithops go through their dormancy stage. Meaning, the plant will stop growing to conserve their energy for their growing season. Please do not water throughout this period to avoid root rot. Once the Fall begins you can start watering your lithops once a month.

Technical Information About This Plant

  • Requires bright light for most of the day. Or constant dappled shade.

Customer Reviews

Based on 27 reviews

Love my new succulent!!!!

karen parada
Very nice plant

Very satisfied

Lynne Snyder

They are so cute!!! I love them! They are growing fast! Thank you

N Villarreal

Love it 💜

Martha Strolle

Great service. Plants came well wrapped and arrived safely.

Maureen Grimsley

Best place to get succulents. Love them