Interesting ornamental plant lithops

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There are various species of indoor plants and they are so different and lovely. It is great when you have nice plants in house and I always spend few hours or even a day to enjoy and take care of the plants.br

Nowadays, many people would like to choose ornamental plants to grow as the indoors plants are easy to grow and take care, moreover, ornamental plants can act as vivid home decor which offer home a green view in any season. There are various species of indoor plants and they are so different and lovely. It is great when you have nice plants in house and I always spend few hours or even a day to enjoy and take care of the plants.brbr Since there are lots of ornamental plants on the market, to choose the one you like is hard. So today, I would like to recommend you an interesting plant: Lithops. It is commonly called ‘flowering stone’ or ‘living stone’. Lithops are true mimicry plants, their shape, size and color causes them to resemble small stone in their natural surroundings. The plants blend in among the stones as a means of protection. At the very first, Lithops are plants that belong to the wild world. They inhabit vast dry region of southern Africa. Several areas in which these plants grow receive less than 2 inches of rainfall per month throughout the entire year. In an extreme situation of low rainfall, at least one species of Lithops depends on mist or fog to provide its main source of moisture. Just because the Lithops thrive in low humidity and need infrequent watering and care, they make ideal house plants, providing the conditions of adequate light and proper watering are met. Hence, if you are interested in this kind of plants, how about trying to grow them from the Lithops succulent plants seeds? Lithops seeds are easy to grow. The seeding process is as follow:brbr1.Put some ceramsite or small stone in the bottom of the seedling box. Fill the box with soil and remove around the excess soil. brbr2.Disinfect the soil: put 1/5 carbendazim into the seedling box base, add water. Water levels do not exceed the top of box. Place the box of filled with soil into the seedling box base. Please handle it with care, or the water and soil will be overflowed.brbr3.After 10 minutes, pour the water from seedling box base, and clear the seedling box.brbr4.Sowing seeds: put the seeds evenly on the surface of soil, and cover with the lid. Place the seedling box in a bright place, stay out of in the sun exposure.brbr5.If the seeds shoot our buds, keep the box ventilation. You can take off the lid at night and cover with the lid in the daytime. brbr6.According to the condition of germinating after 10-25 days, take off lid and place the box in a bright place. Remember to avoid direct sunshine. brbrRelated web site: this site