Do you know about Plants that Look like Rocks and Stones? Grow these quirky specimens today for an appealing look.
If you want green specimens that stand out in your garden with their unique shapes and colors, check out these Plants that Look like Rocks and Stones!
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Plants that Look like Rocks and Stones
1. Split Stones
Botanical Name: Pleiospilos nelii
Also known as living rock cactus, split rock, cleft stone or mimicry plant, this flowering succulent from South Africa displays two to four gray-green stone-like foliage divided by a cleft or crevice down the center.
2. Star Cactus
Botanical Name: Astrophytum spp.
This slow-growing cactus features white flocking on the green surface and yellow, red, or orange flowers that emerge from the center.
3. Baseball Plant
Botanical Name: Euphorbia obesa
This perennial succulent grows slowly in bulbous shape and V-shaped markings. Young baseball plants have round shapes but take elongated and cylindrical shapes with maturity.
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Botanical Name: Conophytum
Conophytum has a compact growth habit and spreads horizontally up to 2 feet wide, showing a dense cluster of stone or rock-like succulent leaves.
5. Moon Stone
Botanical Name: Pachyphytum Oviferum
This clump-forming succulent showcases plump, pale blue-green to blue-purple foliage arranged in a rosette at the tips of short stems.
6. Pebble Plant
Botanical Name: Lithops
Popular as ‘living stones,’ they closely resemble the rocks surrounding them, so animals don’t eat them. Living in adverse conditions, they adapt well and develop the ability to store water in leaves and pairs of small underground stems.
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7. Haworthia cooperi
Botanical Name: Haworthia cooperi var. truncata
This stemless succulent looks like small shining stones; it offsets quickly and displays a soft, fleshy, transparent rosette of round-tipped and spherical blue-green translucent patterns.
8. Maughan’s Haworthia
Botanical Name: Haworthia truncate var. Maughanii
This succulent has thick truncated leaves arranged in a dome-shaped tuft or rosette. Leaves are green-gray upright, irregularly cylindrical.
9. Karoo Rose
Botanical Name: Lapidaria margaretae
Also known as Kangaroo Rose, this dwarf succulent forms rosettes of two to four pairs of thick fleshy leaves. It makes clumps of up to 2-3 rosettes with age.