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A picture perfect Ficus just begging to be bundled up and taken home. This has been a popular plant and pot combo over the past week, and it’s easy to see why.
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It's share those succulents Saturday as we continue talking about Lithops every day this week with one last topic for the week today, how to propagate your plants !
Lithops can be propagated using either seeds or cuttings, though cuttings can only be used to produce new plants after a plant has naturally divided to form multiple heads! To divide a multi-headed Lithops, lift the plant and carefully cut through the roots as evenly as possible, replanting them immediately using rooting hormone. However, the vast majority of Lithops propagation is by seed! Lithops are self-sterile, but can easily be pollinated by hand if two separate clones of a species flower at the same time! Seeds will be ripe about 9 months later, and will detach when mature. Lithop seeds, like many Mesembs, develop inside of woody seed pods that have uniquely evolved to only open when wet to give those seeds the best possible head-start in life! Use tweezers to gently open these seedpods and sow the tiny seeds in the spring or summer in a fairly sandy soil mix. Water the tiny seeds often and gently and keep your seedlings covered and in a warm, sunny spot, constantly moist but never waterlogged! The first, strongest seeds should begin to germinate in a few weeks, but weaker stragglers can take as long as a year to display signs of growth! Once the seedlings take off and begin developing rapidly, reduce watering so that the top of the soil dries out between waterings, but at least the bottom half still stays moist. At 2-3 months old, start weaning your baby Lithops off of the constant water, letting them dry out completely for at least a few days between waterings, gradually increasing the length of the drying time until there is a month between waterings as most healthy adult Lithops receive! These babies can be transplanted to their own pots when they are about a year old! Seedlings will remain small and vulnerable for the first 2 years, and will not flower until at least 3-4 years old, but with proper care can easily live an incredibly long life of around 50 years !
Thanks so much to @ily_fresh for tagging us in this stunning shot of a set of nearly blooming, healthy Lithops!