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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote I loved creating this compilation of all of my cacti & succulents. Turns out, I have quite a few!! Visit my Amazon store and shop away this Holiday! (a small proceed of all things purchased through this link will go to me, and it costs you nothing more. 🙂 Thank you for always supporting me & my channel!! ) Music by: Mias Etsy Shop: MiasCreativeOutlet Video Rating: / 5 In this video I show you how you can safely remove the dead skin from Lithops plants ‘aka’ the Living Stone Plants. CONTINUED.. ★ Check out my website ★ Facebook ★ Twitter Thank you for watching, please give me a Like and I would love you to SUBSCRIBE for regular updates and take a look at my other Cacti and Succulent and nature videos to see my weird and wacky cacti and other succulent plants up close and personal. HAPPY GROWING GUY’S 🙂 Royalty Free Music Music By Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Video Rating: / 5


  • Maria Teresa Gatinao 2 months ago

    It would be nice if labeled the plants.

  • Teresa Ortiz 2 months ago

    This video was so relaxing. Enjoyed all your cactus and succulents. The music was perfect.

  • Plant a Seed with Ash 2 months ago

    Very relaxing vid. Beautiful plants ♡

  • Arsen Tes 2 months ago

    what is the plant in 3:07 ?

  • Zoe de Parscau 2 months ago

    I really needed this to zone out and reconnect with plants! Thank you for making such chill content around the busy stressful holidays!

  • Bring Life Indoors 2 months ago

    Lovely collection Nicole. Love it❤. I love succulents. Few days ago I decided to put some succulents in my bedroom, it looks cool but I don't know if the lighting is good enough for them. They don't get any direct sunlight at any time of the day, is that bad? Please advice.

  • Holly Hasegawa Nielson 2 months ago

    Beautiful collection Nicole, all I have now are mostly succulents, I'm not into the prickly cacti, although there are some really cool looking ones, and you have some really cool ones as well, I just haven't gotten into them yet. This was such a relaxing video and I loved seeing everything that you have, it was soothing listening to the music as we saw all of the cacti and succulents. Thanks so much and I hope you have a wonderful day, see you soon, bye for now.

  • Amber Freeman 2 months ago

    This was so relaxing!! Thank you! I’m ready for my happy nap haha. Also I’m wondering how you water your plants with the rocks/sand on top? Do you bottom water everything or can you still top water effectively?

  • Tammy Ludwigs 2 months ago

    That was fun and relaxing! Thanks for sharing. I am starting to really get into succulents and can't wait until Spring to start putting a dent in my Wish List!

  • Tammy Leonard 2 months ago

    Very nice collection Nicole. And the music with it is so relaxing!

  • Ramica Branham 2 months ago

    Those bananas look AMAZING!! And your opuntia is so plump. Do you water your cactus over the fall & winter?

  • Rebecca Bush 2 months ago

    HI GUYS! Turned you right off

  • Cooper Olm 2 months ago

    Should you be giving lithops care advice when yours aren’t healthy? They ‘re very light starved.

  • Ninja Friend 2 months ago

    Hi ms Lyn! Very informative video about lithops. But I have a question, I live in a tropical country without four seasons (only two seasons here, dry and wet). So when should I stop watering my lithops once the old leaves completely dried out? And how many times should I water once old leaves have completely dried out?

  • Kelly Phillips 2 months ago

    Nothing is coming up on your website. Are you working on it?

  • Lynn Heiser 2 months ago

    I am new to the world of Lithops. I have just planted some in a pot with pumice. One seems to be soft to the touch not hard like the others. It has not dead leaves on it. I did not water too much because the pumice was quite damp. Would you know what is happening?
    I would like to post a photo to show you. Thank you Lynn H

  • hans go 2 months ago

    Hi Lyn,

    Thank you so much for all the videos that you have been uploading all this time. I absolutely love all of them. It's actually because of your late melocactus that I finally got myself my own. hehe. anyway, might you know if I can "bottom water" or give my Fenestraria a spritz? it is the onset of Summer here in the Philippines and I am not as keen on mesembs as of yet. Hope you have an awesome day. Mabuhay !! ^_^

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  • Leblond987 2 months ago

    I grow Lithops in CapeTown (mediteranean climate) and I dont pick off dead leaves with tweezers!' Nature doesn't have a pair of tweezers handy. The dead leaves eventually rot and provide nutrients for the plant.

  • Fran Natura 2 months ago

    Ho seminato lithops, sono nati soltanto uno e è microscopico ancora! dopo faro vedere un video dalla germinazione alla crescita!! Ti saluto, tuo video è stato molto construtivo, grazie!I sowed lithops, were born only one and it is still microscopic! lighthouse after seeing a video from germination to growth !! I salute you, your video was very construtivo, thank you!

  • Lori Edwards 2 months ago

    Lyn, so when purchasing one of these at the nursery, they don't have any dead skin on them at all, they just look at stones. Do you then not water them at all until they start to have dead skin?  Thanks:)

  • Gardening at Douentza 2 months ago

    Good to know 🙂

  • Buzzardgirl13 2 months ago

    Hi Lyn! So glad you made this video. I bought my first Lithops a few months ago and in the last couple of weeks I can see the leaves are starting to part, so am guessing this is the new growth coming through. I haven't watered and knew that I shouldn't until the old leaves died back, but I have never seen this before and now I know exactly what to look for! Thanks for sharing 🙂 loads of love Paula xxx

  • Susana1024 2 months ago

    I had two lithops in my pot and one of them imploded. I wonder if I got it wet during the winter rest and didn't noticed. But, the poor thing just turned into mush but the other one next to it is doing fine. The old leaves looks like the big one in your video so I just been watching and waiting. 🙂 Thank you for the timely video, Lynn!

  • Orchids & a Dutchy 2 months ago

    They are so cute! Very nice video, as always. 🙂

  • Peter Mc Guinness 2 months ago

    They are very weird and wacky plants! Loved the video.

  • -Katie Gibson- 2 months ago

    How do you repot those? Can these be put in arrangements or are they too prone to rot?

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