Succulent, 2in, Aloinopsis schooneesii

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The Aloinopsis is most commonly known as Living Stones. They are a very slow-growing variety of succulent with beautiful, unique yellow flowers. This variety of Living Stones is smaller, but much more leafy than that of the common Living Stones, and grows from a central white trunk

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Type: Houseplant, Succulent
Height: up to 12in
Spread: up to 60in
Light: Bright Indirect Light
Water: Light
Zone: 6-10
Pet Safe: Non Toxic


General Maintenance: These plants are very easy to take care of, repot once every 1-2 years in a pot one size larger until they have reached maximum size. Then repot every 2-3 years to refresh the soil

Temperature: Keeping Living Stones around regular household temperatures will allow these plants to thrive. They are hardy to cold temperatures as low as 14 degrees Celsius, and can tolerate short amounts of time between 5-14 degrees

Light: These plants love full sun, and can barely get enough of it. Provide bright light for at least 6 hours a day but they will thrive with a minimum of 8 horus

Watering: These succulents hold a lot of moisture in their waxy leaves. As such they rarely need watering, water when the top 50% of soil is dry

Soil: A succulent mix that provides good aeration and well-draining is best for these succulents. Mixing in Perlite or other gritty materials so the soil mixture is 1:1 will allow for best growth

Fertilizer: These plants do not need much feeding, fertilize at half strength once every 2-3 months during the growing season (April - August)
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