Ruby & Yellow Ball Cactus- This one is aptly named. There's a little red or ruby colored ball above a more familiar green cactus trunk We've got one of these pups in the LIB office. It's ideal for people who have neither the time, nor perhaps, the desire, to spend a lot of time watering. The main cause of death for this plant: Overwatering. And here's the kicker, it only needs the equivalent of 1 ice cube worth of water a month. And as for light, bright sun, to moderate light will work.

Ruby & Yellow Ball Cactus- This one is aptly named. There's a little red or ruby colored ball above a more familiar green cactus trunk We've got one of these pups in the LIB office. It's ideal for people who have neither the time, nor perhaps, the desire, to spend a lot of time watering. The main cause of death for this plant: Overwatering. And here's the kicker, it only needs the equivalent of 1 ice cube worth of water a month. And as for light, bright sun, to moderate light will work.

Lithops   Also understandably known as living stone, this hearty succulent is native to Southern Africa. Their unique appearance is due to the need to protect themselves from being eaten — rocks don’t really look

Lithops Also understandably known as living stone, this hearty succulent is native to Southern Africa. Their unique appearance is due to the need to protect themselves from being eaten — rocks don’t really look

Lithops   Also understandably known as living stone, this hearty succulent is native to Southern Africa. Their unique appearance is due to the need to protect themselves from being eaten — rocks don’t really look that appetizing!

Lithops Also understandably known as living stone, this hearty succulent is native to Southern Africa. Their unique appearance is due to the need to protect themselves from being eaten — rocks don’t really look that appetizing!

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