Q: Do you have to replant them in pots I’m assuming you can’t just leave them in the plastic or do you send them planned in the pots? Asked by Erica B., May 2020
Hello, the succulents are shipped in the plastic pot.
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.
Look at my collection, (y). She's so beautiful and healthy!! I highly recommend giving this a try.
Got my first box and it’s great!! My succulent is in great health. Good size and packaged perfectly.
Just arrived today both look great!
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.
I love my first Succulent plant!
The plants are in great shape and they arrived faster then what I expected.
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 :)
My plants arrived very well packaged and healthy! Can't wait for next months box!
Love them. They are beautiful. Would highly recommend.
Lovely box subscription. Carefully packaged plant babies. Can’t wait each month for what’s getting sent!
We feature: Crassula Obliqua Jade Plant - Its shiny leaves have pointed tips & sprout from thick branches & can flush royal purple at the edges Echeveria Chroma is a darker color succulent with variegated leaves of various colors: pink, orange, red, brown, purple Opuntia Rufida Minima - The pads are covered with very small brownish-cinnamon colored spines or glochids Key Lime Pie is a cute succulent with chubby green leaves that have wavy tips like those of clam shells
Tillandsia Houston Cotton Candy is a beautiful air plant, an incredible cross between a T.stricta x T.recurvifolia. The best features of both of the parent plants are displayed in this plant. It has soft leaves that are silvery in color with purple accents. When in bloom, it has a stunning bright blush to rose-pink balloon flower.
We feature: - Othonna Ruby Necklace is a trailing succulent with multiple purple-pink stems and long narrow bean-shaped leaves. - Anacampseros Telephiastrum is a dense mat and caudex forming succulent with lanceolate shaped green, bright pink and yellow or cream colored leaves. - Sedum Fire Storm - It is a groundcover that forms rosettes of green-yellow leaves, - Ruffle Jade Crassula forms elliptic, blue-grey, twisted and erect leaves with purple margins
Stricta Green is one of the Tillandsia air plants. Often growing in large clumps, these plants are known for their beautiful neon pink bloom. The upside is that after Stricta produces their bloom, they begin the process of creating offsets, which will in turn bloom within the next year or two. Light: Bright indirect sunlight. Soil: No soil is needed. Water: Frequent misting several times a week is necessary. Stricta will also benefit from a soaking bath every week.
We feature: - Dancing Bones Hatiora Salicornioides is a slender, erect, arching or somewhat pendent, bushy, up to 2 feet (60 cm) tall. - Graptoveria Moonglow is an attractive succulent with large thick greenish-ivory leaves and small upright orange-yellow flowers borne close to the plant. - Crassula Baby Necklace is a special plant that has small rounded and tightly stacked leaves. - Lady Fingers Cactus forms clusters of cylindrical stems with yellow-brown spines.
Tillandsia Capitata Peach air plant is a delicate air plant, with wide, thick, sturdy leaves that are soft to the touch. It also has the prettiest silvery green leaves. Its shape is a somewhat symmetrical rosette. When it blooms the leaves blush beautiful shades of peach and pink. - Light: Bright indirect sunlight. - Soil: No soil is needed. Sand, sea glass, rocks, pebbles & bark chip can be used instead of soil -Water: Frequent misting several times a week is necessary.
We feature: - Echeveria Minima has short chubby silvery blue leaves tipped with pink or deep purple. - Haworthia Zebra Plant - Its leaves are thin, and dark green with horizontal white ridges that resemble zebra striping. - Echeveria Blue Fairy - This rosette has blue green foliage, and sometimes the pointed tips have a reddish color. - Echeveria Lola is a popular Echeveria species that forms beautiful pale gray green rosettes of powdery pointed symmetrical leaves.
Tillandsia Ionantha Rubra is an easy-to-grow air plant with short waxy green leaves. When the plant is about to bloom, it changes to shades of vibrant deep red to orange and eventually displays yellow/purple/red tubular flowers. Ionantha Rubra creates many offsets or pups which will clump into a ball as it matures.
We feature: - Graptoveria Olivia. - Sempervivum Red Lion. - Echeveria Blue Atoll. - Sedum Rubrotinctum Jelly Bean
Tillandsia Moonlight is an unique air plants, native to Central America and Mexico. It can reach a height of 10 inches. It has long tin leaves going at all directions which produces bright pink flowers. The flowers are generally small. Offsets appear after flowering.
We feature: - Crassula Cotyledonis - Graptoveria Debbie - Echeveria Fleur Blanc - Senecio String of Pearls
Tillandsia baileyi, commonly known as the reflexed airplant. Tillandsia baileyi is a medium sized, 25 to 35 cm, epiphytic or saxicolous species with few, long, flexible leaves that are relatively thin at the level of the limb which is marked with longitudinal lines. Bailey's Ball Moss blooms from the simple inflorescence. The bracts of the flowering stem resemble small leaves. The flowers are almost sessile, tubular, 3 cm long, mauve to light purple.