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My husband has been getting this box for Christmas so with his birthday & Valentine’s coming I decided to keep it until March. Two adorable baby succulents & care instructions in each box. He recently re potted them
I wanted to apply a coupon but wasn't able to & ended up being charged twice, I reached out to get it sorted but ultimately nothing got resolved. I haven't even received anything yet & they're already going to charge me again to renew. I'm sure this isn't usual but I'm still very disappointed that this was my experience with the seller.
I received two shipments. The first shipment was fine with the box in decent condition. The plants transplanted well. I didn't think one of the two plants was what was pictured on the site as the current month's pick at the time I placed the order, but it is possible it was just under a different name.
The second shipment arrived with the box open (there had been no tape in place to keep it closed as far as I could tell) and one of the plants was completely broken off. Both were short on soil. When I inquired about a replacement the suggestion was to replant the broken plant (which required the purchase of additional soil given the state of the box upon arrival).
While the plants provided with this subscription appear to be good quality, it isn't a subscription I would suggest for a gift as there is no guarantee what condition it will be on arrival.
This box was shipped to the wrong address entirely. The correct address was in my confirmation email, but it shipped to a different address on my account and it took me a week to track it down. When I notified customer service they told me I needed to update my account (which is up to date, thanks).
Since I can't rely on this seller to send to the address they put in their shipping confirmation, I'm canceling this subscription.
First subscription box & super impressed!
I received the three month succulents as a Christmas gift from a family member. The first month of succulents I received had lost some dirt but have bloomed to be strong plants I can't wait to continue to monitor their growth. The second month I got a Blue Chalksticks and a Blue Burrito however the Blue Burrito was completely out of the dirt. I tried to stick it back in, water it, crossed my fingers and hoped for the best. Two weeks later and the Blue Burrito has limp and not taking to the soil. I really wanted the Blue Burrito after seeing it so I reached out to the company. I sent them photos, they stick behind their products and decided I needed a new Blue Burrito. I could not be more thrilled! I would not only recommend them to any plant lover, but I will 100% be sending these as gifts from now on to all my plant loving friends. Thank you Succulent Studios. The process was easy, and I am rarely impressed. Victoria was helpful, informative, and very professional. I wish this company the success they deserve.
I have cancelled 2 of my subscriptions due to broken plants and them dying shortly after receiving them. Going to try one more month and see what happens. Hope I won't need to cancel that one.
I really love my little babies succulents!! When u order they come quick too! I didnt realize it would be that fast. I ordered, then went to the cabin for the weekend. When we got home they were sitting on the porch and the box was upside down. Both were pretty beating up and broken. Im pretty confident i can mend these babies back to life!! Wish me luck!!
My daughters (8 & 6) and I love our box! The plants are beautiful! We had a little trouble with the shipping but the customer support person responded quickly and solved our problem. We cannot wait for next month!
this was a horrible experience and both times so far I have reached out and only received canned responses. Plants arrived in very bad condition- I mean not even in the pots but broken off and pieces in the box. I was told to just plant them and to remember they are "babies and may need some time." Wouldn't that make you be more careful when you ship them? One of them is dead and the other is barely holding on. I even got an email that I am very sure they didn't even look at the pics or read the situation. This was a box I really wish I could have gotten my money back, not work price at all and customer service is horrible. Steer clear there are better services out there.
December succulents are HERE! That spiky boy on the left is a Blue Spruce - we call him Bruce! 💙 On the right is his sweet boxmate, the Pachyveria Empress. 👑 Subscribe any time in December to get this icy cool duo in your first box!
November succulents are here! That dramatic gal on the left is known as a Black Rose, and on the right is her bespeckled boxmate, the Chocolate Drop. If you’re thinking, “A single rose and chocolate? This box is already treating me better than my ex,” we feel you. Time to get these succulents home to you!
October's box includes two winter-hardy, gorgeous, and downright spooky succulents: a Dragon's Blood (right) and a Lemon + Lime (left). The Dragon's Blood is a dark purple beauty that is also a ground-cover, and the Lemon + Lime succulent is a variegated jade with hot pink tips!
Did you know that some succulents are also vines? This month, we've got an extra unique succulent with vines that can grow up to 3 feet long! It's called a String of Bananas, and it's pictured here on the left side of this dynamic duo. On the right is a Topsy Turvy, whose rosettes can get up to 10 inches wide. Talk about some serious growth potential!
Red hot and vacation-proof, our August succulents aren't here to beat this month's heat... they're kicking it up a level! This month's box includes a Dedos (left), and a Flapjack succulent (right). Both of these beauties get bright pink and red tips when given lots of sunshine, and they both thrive with minimal attention. Set 'em on a sunny windowsill and water them before you leave for that last summer vacay, and they'll be happy and thriving when you get back.
Summer is officially here, and your garden could use some real firecrackers, don't you think? Lucky for you, our July succulents include two Crassulas with big personalities: On the left is a Firecracker succulent that will get bright red tips in the sun, and on the right is a Roger succulent whose fuzzy leaves form the cutest little clusters.