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Lithops salicola C321 (25 km WNW of Petrusville, South Africa)

Lithops salicola C321 (25 km WNW of Petrusville, South Africa)

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Lithops salicola C321 is a succulent plant native to Namibia. Here's a description:

  1. Appearance: This Lithops variety typically consists of two thick, fleshy leaves fused at the base, forming a rounded or slightly elongated shape. The leaves are usually gray-green in color, often with intricate patterns or markings resembling the texture of willow leaves, hence its name "salicola."

  2. Texture: The surface of the leaves may have slight indentations or markings, adding to its resemblance to rocks or pebbles in its natural habitat.

  3. Flowering: During the blooming season, Lithops salicola C321 produces small, daisy-like flowers that emerge from the cleft between its leaves. The flowers can vary in color from white to yellow or pink, adding a splash of color to its rocky surroundings.

  4. Habitat: In its native environment, Lithops salicola C321 thrives in arid regions with sandy or gravelly soil. It is well-adapted to survive in harsh conditions with limited water availability, making it suitable for xeriscaping.

  5. Cultural Care: Like other Lithops species, Lithops salicola C321 prefers well-draining soil and plenty of sunlight. It is important to avoid overwatering, as excessive moisture can lead to rot.

  6. Size: Mature specimens typically reach a diameter of 2-4 centimeters, though individual plants may vary in size.

Overall, Lithops salicola C321 is prized for its unique appearance and ability to thrive in challenging environments, making it a popular choice among succulent enthusiasts and collectors.

Botanical family: Aizoaceae

Botanical genus: Lithops

Botanical species: Lithops salicola C321


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