succygirl: nature-team:My first Lithops! Hope…

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My first Lithops! Hope I can keep them alive! 🍃⭐ #Lithops #Succulent #Succulents #SucculentLove #NatureTeam #Botany
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Oh deer I would repot all of those immediately into some far grittier soil. They need to be in at least 80% inorganic material (rocks basically, Lava rocks, perlite, pumice, etc.), all that organic material is just going to hold too much water and rot them. They’re also all at different stages in their growing cycles and should be separated just so you don’t overwater one when trying to give water to another. They all look like they’re about to pop, they won’t need water for months and shouldn’t be watered at all when they’re splitting like that.

Lithops.info is a good site for info on care and their growing cycles.