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Plants that I can chuck outside and mostly ignore because I live in a desert.
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Lithops (also known as "living stones"), native to southern Africa.
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andynorth wrote: Wed Nov 29, 2023 11:49 pm What are the ones in the first pic? Almost looks like a rock garden :D :D
You did get your question answered (sorry I was out) but I did put them together for that rock garden look!
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:shock: I've never seen/heard of Lithops.. they look so interesting!
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By DragonsEye
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Lithops are very cool plants. But unfortunately, I’ve never been able to keep them alive, long-term.
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By Bluefire
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I mean, most of these various outdoor plants I got only after moving here because they were just so easy to get and I couldn't help myself. It's yet to be seen how long they last, but they got through last winter alright.
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