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Lithops Jullii var. Fulleri "fullergreen"

Lithops Jullii var. Fulleri "fullergreen"

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Plants may differ slightly from the photos. Each plant is unique and slightly different from its neighbor.

Not suitable for consumption (humans and animals)

Diameter: 8,5 cm

Height: 8 cm



April-September: 1 x every 2 weeks*

October-March: 1x per month *

*This is only for a sunny location

Light: sunny

Nutrition: 1x per month (May-September)


The Lithops Jullii var. Fulleri "fullergreen" is a beautiful creamy green colored Lithops species with a beautiful pattern on top of its leaves. The Lithops Jullii var. Fulleri occurs naturally 25 km southeast of the village of Pofadder in South Africa. The Fullergreen cultivar originated in nurseries. In this cultivar, the gray color of the plant body has been exchanged for a beautiful creamy green color. This makes the Lithops Jullii var. Fulleri "fullergreen" so beautiful and unique.

From summer to autumn, Lithops Jullii var. Fulleri "fullergreen" start to bloom. White flowers grow from the middle between the two leaves and continue to bloom for up to 5 days.

General information Lithops living stones

Lithops species bloom in autumn with white or yellow flowers that appear from the stones. Once a year the stones change their leaves. The outer part comes loose and a new plant grows from the middle. The new living stones eventually become larger than the previous ones. So don't be alarmed if the stone suddenly splits open and a new stone comes out. There they grow in sandy soil and are difficult to find. This is because the Lithops species largely withdraw into the sand during dry periods, leaving only the top of the two leaves visible.

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