Dinteranthus Vanzylii

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LITHOP
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Plant ID: Dinteranthus Vanzylii
Species: Lithop

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Size: Approx 1.5-3 cm
Feature: Hobby, Novelty, Rare
Container: Without pot and soil
Level: Easy to grow
Suitability: Balcony, Window, Garden
Bloom Season: Spring, Autumn

Dinteranthus Vanzylii originates from Cape province, South Africa. They grow in fine sand and gravel among quartz stones, in a very dry area with prevalent rain in March. They both in colour and shape, resemble the stones and pebbles found in their natural habitat.

The form and colour of the Dinteranthus have developed in order to allow them to live in the harsh conditions of their natural environment where they are able to stand extended periods of drought.

Caring for Dinteranthus:
- Do not get the tops wet as there is a risk of sunburn.
- Use at least 80% inorganic, mineral based substrate such as pumice, perlite, course sand, lava rocks.
- They have long tap roots, pot them in pots that are at least 4-5 inches
- Pot together Dintheranthus that are in the same cycle. Eg: splitting and budding should be separated due to different water requirements.
- Although they are desert plants and evolved to withstand harsh conditions, they do need partial shade during the hottest part of the afternoon. Do not blast them with direct afternoon sunlight in a hot climate. They are only able to tolerate temperatures up to 37°C.


💠 Each plant is unique, the plant you receive may not be the same color or shape as the picture. The color of the plants will fade during transit which is normal. But they will recover to their beauty in a sunny, ventilated environment and through good care.

💠 Some varieties of leaves will fall, which is a normal phenomenon during transit. However, the fallen leaves can be use to propagate. You can try it for fun! 

💠 When newly planted, the leaves around the plant will appear dry out. Don't worry, this is normal, indicating that plants are growing new roots. 

💠 Every country and state has different custom regulations in which buyers are responsible. 

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💡 LITHOP CARE TIPS: 
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Lithops are very sensitive to their growing environments. They usually dislike low temperature and direct strong sunlight. They need a growing environment with temperature preferably about 15-30 degree celsius.

Lithops also expect high quality soil permeability mixture. Ensure a well ventilated growing environment. 

Important note: Do not overwater. Make sure only water when the soil is dry. The soil must be watered completely and thoroughly each time. 


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☑️ Preparation before Shipment - All roots will be washed, dried, trimmed, and disinfected prior to shipping and ship bare-rooted without soil (USDA compliant). Succulents consume their own water during transit, so it is normal for the plants you receive that appears dried up. Careful preparation ensure the plants can last well during transit. 

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Estimated delivery times
North America: 2-4 weeks
Europe: 2-4 weeks
Australia, New Zealand and Oceania: 2-4 weeks
Asia Pacific: 2-4 weeks
Latin America and the Caribbean: 3-5 weeks
North Africa and the Middle East: 3-5 weeks

We take couple of days to prepare plants for shipment. All plants have to be dry thoroughly, bare rooted and prep carefully to ensure the plants can last well during transit. Delivery estimate 2-4 weeks with tracking number provided.

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