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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote In this video I water my Lithops and Pleiospilos plants for the first time in 10 months. CONTINUED BELOW…… ★ Check out my website http://www.desertplantsofavalon.com/ ★ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DesertPlantsOfAvalon ★ Twitter https://twitter.com/plantsofavalon 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 (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Video Rating: / 5

19 Comments

  • Jasenka Mada 4 months ago

    WOW we met again!!! I just got a little lithops as a gift and i wanted to know how i can keep them healthy so i went here until… POP here i watched how to take care for venus flytrap~

  • Peter Higgs 4 months ago

    Thank you for your video, it has been a great help. After 3 years my Lithops have just come into bloom for the first time and what a show. I will follow your watering guide from now on and hopefully they will flower a bit more often.

  • emilyfang4 4 months ago

    Omg I have watered my lithops every week… and they kept rotting. No wonder. Thanks for this video… now I know. As least one of my butt rocks is alive ahhhh

  • Sophie S. 4 months ago

    very helpful 🙂 thanks

  • Glenn Forster 4 months ago

    I just bought Lithops seeds on line. They can take from 2 to 12 weeks to germinate. I have them in succulent mix with perlite and gravelly rocks with river sand. Gave them a light spray before putting them in a plastic zip bag. I have my fingers crossed that they will be ok. Thank you for your video. I’ll know where to look now for care of these plants.

  • Carmen Whitehead 4 months ago

    This helps me so much Lynn thanks! Do you have a video on Mimicry plants?

  • apdroid geek 4 months ago

    ok i got alot of question so i just got my lithops and its on the little pot much smaller on that video should i transfer it on bigger pot…? idk what type of lithop i got…. also when i touch the rotten flower it kinda break is that ok……lol im really worried about that rotten flower that break

  • apdroid geek 4 months ago

    I just got mine

  • tawney ripley 4 months ago

    So cool love your little garden ♡

  • Mya I. 4 months ago

    Are all your plants in a green house? Or just on your window sill?

  • keysaysmeowistniemand 4 months ago

    Thank you!! I get soo scared that I will kill the plant by underwatering so I finally looked it up and I can't believe I was overwatering! Glad I caught myself in time lol

  • Damian Lopez 4 months ago

    I love how these look

  • yupinaa 4 months ago

    what's that white fuzzy plant?

  • Taiweannoona 4 months ago

    Hi Lynn! I hope you are enjoying this spring ☺I rescued a lithop from a shop, so it's new to me.
    I've watched your Lithop videos so I picked up the general idea. The thing is is it's a Pleiospilos nelii and only has four plump leaves, two large in the middle and two small underneath. I had to repot it because it was completely knocked out of his pot and his root all was crumbling. I think it has the beginning nines of a flower bud starting in the middle and today it's opened even wider. The thing is I don't know if I should water it or not. I don't know if it's already gone through it's shedding already . Could you please share some thoughts with me…?

  • Gabby Mouse 4 months ago

    Hello Lyn, I've been growing lithops from seed and have had no trouble so far. The baby plants are between 3 and 4 months old and I can now see a line across them where the split will occur. I've been using a mister to spray them 3 times a day and an eyedropper to deliver a few drops of water near each on at night. So far, I haven't lost any. I heard that they can pop if given too much water, so I've been on the conservative side. Should I continue with this regimen until they actually split and the first true leaves appear or should I cut back even more? Also, once the first true leaves appear, should I give a bit more water then. I make my own starting mix and had about 78% germination with 3 different kinds of lithops, I got 100% when starting my Haworthia maughanii. Sorry to be asking so many questions, but I dread killing them with either under- or overwatering them.

  • ken ho 4 months ago

    hi lyn. just got a few plants from lowes and I found your videos really helpful. hopefully I don't kill it. 1st time growing these guys but I'm already in love. 🙂

  • Lynn Heiser 4 months ago

    Hi Lyn I could really use your help with my lithops. I do not know how much to water. I watched your video and I see you do a little water drops. I planted most of mine in Organic Pumice. I just put a few drops of water around each lithop that had no more dying leaves to feed from. I am so worried about watering. I also have them in the sun but as it gets hotter I will only give them the morning sun. Please help! Lynn

  • smart451cab 4 months ago

    That massive pleiospilos instantly made Audrey II come to my mind, LOL. Hope you're not missing any pets (or neighbors).

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