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Posted 1w ago by @TruthfulApricot

MAIL CALL: I got plant mail from Etsy’s Queen of Sucvulents shop! I’m so EXCITED!!!😄🥳🤩🌱❤️😊 …1. Such a pretty presentation and that little packet holds …2, a thank you pup! …3 Baby Toes! I’m trying to prop the last bit of a plant I over-ignored. 😞😔😔 I love the look of Baby Toes so this is my “just in case” purchase …5. I ordered a set of 25 leaves. The Queen sent 50!!! And there are not many duplicates! … 6. My most exciting purchase: my very first Lithops and their roots are amazing!!! WOW!!! #HappyPlants #GregGang #PlantsMakePeopleHappy #PlantAddict #PropagationStation #SucculentLove #SucculentSquad #LithopsArmy #Lithops
Awesome. Those are some good ones! The baby toes and lithops are so cool
The lithops growing the new leaves you probably won’t need to water until the old leaves die completely. It uses the water from the old leaves. So it can rot if you water. Only water if it looks super wrinkled. Sometimes they seem to need the help but many times they don’t
@SirLiquorice Thank you! I know very little about them, but they’re so cool looking.
@SirLiquorice I know most of a Lithops goes below the dirt. How can I tell how deep to go?
Aww... love these!!! @Jana85 @angelw1975 @Lithopslover 👀 #lithopsarmy recruit right here!! 🥰🥰🥰
@TruthfulApricot I know this from @Jana85 lithops need 90% grit and at least 68 degrees to absorb water.
Congrats Mary!! These look great. #QueenofSucculents is one of our new Greg partners too. They’re a really cool shop! Was there a Greg card in the box you got?
@TruthfulApricot get ready for the lithops army to take over your heart! They only absorb water when below 68 , I pack them in diet till the dirt is right below their “butt crack” (I don’t know what to call it), hopefully@that makes sense
@Colin No, afraid not. But I did find you from a card from another shop. Maybe Leaf and Clay???
@Lithopslover It totally makes sense! Thanks!
@TruthfulApricot good make sure no dirt can get in the crack
@Lithopslover Thank you!
Wow those are so plump and healthy!

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