🪴Unique & Rare Succulent Subscription Box 🪴You've started your greenhouse, but you're sick of the same old green hens and chicks. Well, welcome to Lug's greenhouse! Every month we'll ship you 2 unique succulents (+ compostable pots, dirt & instructions) to bring some bumps, color, and fuzz to your greenhouse! Succulents are between 2 and 4 inches and ship bare root to prevent rot.
- ✅ Quality Only! We only ship succulents we'd be excited to put in our own greenhouse. Have an issue? Reach out to our support team!
- ✅ Unique and Rare Succulents! We know how frustrating it can be to find unique succulents. We only ship succs you can't find in big box stores.
- ✅ Eco-friendly, recyclable packaging! All plants come with biodegradable pots, no flimsy plastic pots here! Plus our box, filler & wrapping can be recycled!
- ✅ Everything you need is included! Dirt, cool plants, pots...we've thought of it all!
- ✅ We've all killed a plant or two (maybe three), but don't worry! Each succulent comes with care instructions!
Past Boxes from Lug's Greenhouse || Succulent Subscription Box
Say hello to the Fairy Castle Cactus and Echeveria Agavoides Golden Maria Crested! This is also known as the Crested Lipstick plant! The cactus is so rare it goes for over $50 on Etsy!
Meet the Echeveria Sunyan and Greenovia featured in February's box! Both perfectly floral for Valentine's Day!
January's box featured a Echeveria White Elegans and a Haworthia Cooperi cv. Variegata Crystal “White Spots”! Both very rare white succulents!
Meet the Echeveria Echo and Corpuscularia Lehmanni, also known as the ice plant!
February featured a E. Cuspidata var. Zaragoza Cluster and Minima Hybrid Cluster.
October showcased a Aeonium Halloween Crested and an Adromischus Mariania. Valued at $77.98.
August showcased an echeveria Agavoides (aka Mouse Candy) and Echinus Maximilianus! Valued at $42.
August showcased an Echeveria Brocade and Haworthia Cooperi hybrid! Valued at $44.
June introduced a unique blushing beauty aeonium arboreum and an echeveria pulidonis. Echeveria came as either a large plant or a cluster!
Lithops and Pachyphytum Machucae (aka Baby Fingers)! Check out the pink lithops, we included at least one in each box and they're a rare Optica Rubra.
A colorful Echeveria 'Swan Lake' and a pink spiked Opuntia 'Roller Coaster' f. cristata!
March featured a pink Mother of Millions ( kalanchoe delagoensis ) and a translucent Haworthia (retusa f. geraldii) with lots of pups!
February featured a beautiful speckled Moonstone (pachyphytum oviferum) and a color-changing Echeveria (perle von nurnberg).