Lithops plants are called “living stones” but they also look like cloven hooves. These small, split succulents are native to the deserts of South Africa. Lithops thrive in compacted, sandy soil with little water and blistering hot temperatures.
Lithops fulleri are also known as living stones and they are a member of the Aizoaceae succulent plant family. They are native to South Africa. The species is extremely distinct with its creamy, gray color. A near stemless plant that grows beautiful leaves during summer and autumn. A relatively easy plant to grow due to its ability to handle a wide spectrum of temperatures.