Q: If I purchase a 2-per-month box option, then which of the 4 plants that are featured that month will I receive? Are they randomly selected? I’m confused about this and I don’t see it explained clearlyAsked by Jenna D., June 2020
The succulents are picked each month by us, there'll be 4 plants and depending on your specific box (1, 2 , 3 or 4 plants/ box) you'll receive a random order of the plants within the 4 chosen plants of the month.
Q: Do you ship to hungary? Asked by Hisyam S., April 2020
Sorry we do not ship internationally :(
Q: What carrier is the box shipped through? Tried a diff subscription box but they shipped through a company that kept losing my packages or arrived with dead/damaged plants. Trying to avoid that again.Asked by Kendra M., March 2020
Hello, we use USPS for shipping.
In the United States, USPS delivers this one.
Q: I’m giving this as a Christmas gift. Can I get a certificate for them to unwrap and can I get it to start in January?Asked by Courtney S., December 2019
I'm not sure about a paper certificate but they can email the information as a gift to them and when it will arrive.
I only ordered one time so I have no idea . Sorry
Look at my collection, (y). She's so beautiful and healthy!! I highly recommend giving this a try.
Just arrived today both look great!
Got my first box and it’s great!! My succulent is in great health. Good size and packaged perfectly.
I love my first Succulent plant!
I was a little nervous about getting a plant in the mail but it arrived perfectly wrapped . It was in perfect condition and beautiful. I can't wait to get next months box to see what I get. Thank you so much.
Box shipping extremely fast (which is great since the plants are perishable). Cute little succulent shipped directly to your home, what more could a plant lover ask for :)
The plants are in great shape and they arrived faster then what I expected.
Love them. They are beautiful. Would highly recommend.
My plants arrived very well packaged and healthy! Can't wait for next months box!
Lovely box subscription. Carefully packaged plant babies. Can’t wait each month for what’s getting sent!
We feature: - Graptoveria Blue Pearl - Kalanchoe Sexangularis - Lavender Scallop - Peanut Cactus
Tillandsia Fuchsii, native to Mexico and Guatemala, is a delicate air plant with tiny thread-like leaf blades. These leaves are silvery pale green; the flowers are vibrant violet when in bloom. After the plant blooms, it produces offsets and starts to form a clump. Fuchsii usually grows symmetrically to form a perfect sphere.
We feature: - Echeveria Blue Fairy - Crassula Tom Thumb Perforata - Echeveria compressicaulis - Mammillaria Spinosissima cactus
Tillandsia Juncea, native to American Southern states, Latin America and Antilles, is a drought tolerant and easy to grow air plant. It has long dark grassy-green needle-like leaves and a brown base. Juncea plants sometimes might have a brick red hue as well.
We feature: - Graptopetalum Superbum - Ruffle Jade Crassula - Crassula Springtime - Tiger Tooth Aloe
Tillandsia Velutina is an elegant air plant with soft, sage green leaves. Velutina is very easy to grow despite its delicate appearance. The purple flowers look gorgeous when in bloom.
We feature: - Sempervivum Red Lion - Sedum Fire Storm Succulent - Crassula Mesembryanthemoides - Cotyledon orbiculata var. flanaganii
Tillandsia harrisii is a very unique looking air plant up to 8 inches (20 cm) tall. It has a relatively long stem, with the leaves usually directed to one side, and curled in a dense rosette. The inflorescence is comprised of five to nine spirally arranged flowers, with orange to red floral bracts and blue-violet petals.
We feature: - Haworthia Zebra - Haworthia Cooperi - Senecio String of Bananas - Aeonium Green Platters
Tillandsia Caput Medusae, also known as Medusa's head plant, is an air plant that grows sturdy but soft snake-like leaves that resemsble the hair of Medusa. And when it blooms, the plant develops gorgeous blush, mauve and peach shades. Caput Medusae absorbs the majority of nutrients and water from the air though the scales (trichomes) on its leaves.
Another month has come and with it another exciting succulent box from us. This month, our box features Golden Ball Cactus, Variegated String of Buttons, Anacampseros Telephiastrum, and Crassula High Voltage. You are looking for a sweet way to show your significant other some love, succulent plants are always a great choice to surprise and delight them. They are great gifts for all ages and occasions and generally well-received by many types of people.
Tillandsia Funckiana’s little species from Venezuela. It has long stems that twist and curve and are covered with thin, needle-like leaves. When in bloom, it will spike and flower and will produce a beautiful and vibrant orange-red coloring. Which is a rarer color for air plants.