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  • Senecio Rowleyanus 'String of Pearls' 2in Plant
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    Senecio Rowleyanus 'String of Pearls' is prized among many succulent collectors and home decorators alike for its beautiful delicate draping form. String of Pearls provides pea like leaves along thin green strands that hang several feet when properly cared for. This plant is drought tolerant and does best in partial shade with bright indirect light. String of pearls can be used ornamentally as a hanging planter, or in a sitting planter where it will spill over the pot creating texture and unique contrast. Many florists use String of Pearls in wedding arrangements and bouquets for its one of a kind affect. This succulent blooms mini white flowers.

    Origin: Southwest Africa

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: Up to 3 ft draping

    Propagation: To propagate, clip delicate strands very carefully, and replant the stems in a well draining soil.

    Growth Habit: Creeping/Trailing

    Light: Full coastal sun or bright indirect light.

    Water: Let your succulent dry completely between watering cycles and always avoid any standing water near the plant. Pot your succulent in cactus and succulent soil mix with excellent drainage.

    Zone: 8-10

    Temperature: This plant does best in warm dry climates. During cold winter months, bring your succulent indoors near a bright sunny window, and keep away from frost.

    Fertilizer: Fertilize your succulents in the spring and summer months bi weekly with succulent fertilizer.

    Tips: Avoid extreme conditions I.e. Too much hot direct sun or frost. Be very careful handling this plant, as the beads break off very easily without much tension.

     

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  • Sedum Morganianum 'Burrito' 2in Plant
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    Sedum Morganianum ‘Burrito Sedum’ is prized among many succulent collectors and home decorators alike for its beautiful delicate draping form. Burrito Sedum, often referred to as Donkey Tail, provides compact bean like leaves along thin strands that hang several feet when properly cared for. This plant is drought tolerant and does best in bright indirect light. Burrito Sedum can be used ornamentally as a hanging planter, or in a sitting planter where it will spill over the pot creating texture and unique contrast. Many florists use Burrito Sedum in wedding arrangements and bouquets for its one of a kind affect. This succulent blooms pink and red flowers in the summer.

    Origin: Mexico & Hondurus

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: Up to 3 ft draping

    Propagation: To propagate, clip delicate strands very carefully, and replant the stems in a well draining soil.

    Growth Habit: Creeping/Trailing/Hanging

    Light: Full coastal sun or bright indirect light.

    Water: Let your succulent dry completely between watering cycles and always avoid any standing water near the plant. Pot your succulent in cactus and succulent soil mix with excellent drainage.

    Zone: 10-11

    Temperature: This plant does best in warm dry climates. During cold winter months, bring your succulent indoors near a bright sunny window, and keep away from frost.

    Fertilizer: Fertilize your succulents in the spring and summer months bi weekly with succulent fertilizer.

    Tips: Be very careful handling this plant, as the beads and strands break off very easily without much tension.

     

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  • Crassula Ovata 'Jade' 2in Plant
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    Crassula Ovata 'Jade' is a classical succulent that works great both indoors and outdoors. Also known as the Money tree, this plant is said to bring luck and prosperity. This branching shrub has shiny green fleshy leaves, with bright red tips when exposed to proper light. This plant is very easy to care for and is great for folks new to plant care. This plant can grow up to 3 feet tall and approximately 2 feet wide, making it potential for use as an outdoor shrub. This succulent flowers tiny white and pink blooms.

    Origin: South Africa

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: Up to 3’

    Propagation: To propagate, clip branch offshoots by the stem, and replant the stems in a well draining soil.

    Growth Habit: Shrub

    Light: Full sun or bright indirect sunlight.

    Water: Let your succulent dry completely between watering cycles and always avoid any standing water near the plant. Pot your succulent in cactus and succulent soil mix with excellent drainage.

    Zone: 8,9, 12-24

    Temperature: This plant does best in warm climates. During cold winter months, bring your succulent indoors near a bright sunny window, and keep away from frost.

    Fertilizer: Fertilize your succulents in the spring and summer months bi weekly with succulent fertilizer.

    Tips: Use a succulent fertilizer to bolster your plant’s natural defenses against pests.

     

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  • Cotyledon Tomentosa 'Bear Paw' 2in Plant
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    Cotyledon Tomentosa 'Bear Paw' is a fleshy paw shaped succulent plant. Bear Paw succulent has fuzzy green leaves, which add a beautiful contrast and unique texture to any garden use of the plant. This African native shrublet has dense branches reaching up to 20 inches keeping this succulent compact and able to offer ground coverage to a space. The leaves typically reach around 1.5” with teethed edges giving the look of a clawed paw, hence the name! You can expect this succulent to bloom little orange flowers from the center of the leaves in the spring time.

    Origin: Africa

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: Up to 20”

    Propagation: To propagate, clip the offsets, or “pups” and replant the stems in a well draining soil.

    Growth Habit: Dense ground cover

    Light: Full sun or bright indirect light.

    Water: Let your succulent dry completely between watering cycles and always avoid any standing water near the plant. Pot your succulent in cactus and succulent soil mix with excellent drainage.

    Zone: 9-11

    Temperature: This plant does best in warm dry climates. During cold winter months, bring your succulent indoors near a bright sunny window, and keep away from frost.

    Fertilizer: Fertilize your succulents in the spring and summer months bi weekly with succulent fertilizer.

    Tips: Cotyledons thrive in rocky porous soil with lots of drainage.

     

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  • 4 Inch Aloe Vera
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    4 Inch Aloe Vera

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    4 Inch Aloe Vera

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    These healthy aloe vera plants bring a wonderful sense of greenery and healing to space. Revered for their medicinal power and hardy nature, aloe vera plants are one everyone should have in their collection. These 4" plants are the perfect size for an accent plant on a bookshelf or kitchen counter. Each order is meticulously packaged in Shop Succulents retail packaging, which makes these aloe plants a perfect gift! These plants come fully rooted in their 4 inch round pots. All orders are packaged to protect the plants in transit and come with detailed care instructions. Please be sure to promptly remove the plants completely from their boxes upon arrival and keep in mind that post-transit, the plants will need fresh air, water, sun, and some loose soil gently brushed from the leaves.
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  • Kalanchoe Thyrsiflora 'Flapjacks' 2in Plant
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    Kalanchoe Thyrsiflora 'Flapjacks' is a fleshy succulent with round paddle shaped leaves, stacked like flapjacks, hence the name! This classic white frosted succulent is used both indoor and outdoors for both container gardens and outdoor gardens alike! This plant blooms when it reaches full maturity around the third or fourth year. For full color and exceptional health keep this plant in a sandy soil mix and full sun!

    Origin: Native to South Africa

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: Up to 24”

    Propagation: To propagate, clip the offsets, or “pups” and replant the stems in a well draining soil.

    Growth Habit: Clumping

    Light: Full sun or bright indirect light. To achieve optimal color, place in full sun.

    Water: Let your succulent dry completely between watering cycles and always avoid any standing water near the plant. Pot your succulent in cactus and succulent soil mix with excellent drainage.

    Zone: 10-12

    Temperature: This plant does best in warm climates. During cold winter months, bring your succulent indoors near a bright sunny window, and keep away from frost.

    Fertilizer: Fertilize your succulents in the spring and summer months bi weekly with succulent fertilizer.

    Tips: Virtually pest free, watch for powdery mildew, mealy bugs, and aphids. Using a fertilizer helps bolster plants natural defenses.

     

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  • Echeveria 'Perle Von Nurnberg' 2in Plant
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    Echeveria 'Perle Von Nurnberg' is a classically shaped rosette succulent. This purple flower-like succulent has a beautiful consistent color along with the ability to grow exceptionally large. This succulent looks beautiful as a focal plant in terrariums and container gardens. You can expect beautiful long pink blooms to appear on long reddish stems in the summertime.

    Origin: Native to Mexico

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: Up to 10”

    Propagation: This is a fast growing plant, clip the offsets, or “pups” and replant the stems in a well draining soil.

    Growth Habit: Clumping rosette

    Light: Bright indirect light

    Water: Let your succulent dry completely between watering cycles and always avoid any standing water near the plant. Pot your succulent in cactus and succulent soil mix with excellent drainage.

    Zone: 9-11

    Temperature: This plant does best in warm climates. During cold winter months, bring your succulent indoors near a bright sunny window, and keep away from frost.

    Fertilizer: Fertilize your succulents in the spring and summer months bi weekly with succulent fertilizer.

    Tips: Virtually pest free, watch for mealy bugs and aphids.

     

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  • Sedum x rubrotinctum 'Jelly Bean' 2in Plant
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    ‘Jelly Bean Sedum,’ commonly referred to as ‘Pork and Beans,’ adds a beautiful texture and unique height to succulent gardens. Use this plant to add vibrant greens and reds with a one of a kind shape and quality to your garden. Jelly Bean sedum grows upward on a thin spiraling stalk producing bean like leaves. When exposed to proper conditions this plant will develop beautiful bright red tips!

    Scientific Name: Sedum Rubrotinctum

    Origin: Native to Mexico

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: Up to 8” or 20 cm

    Propagation: Leaf propagate this succulent plant by breaking off a single leaf and allowing the leaf to sprout roots in a tray of soil. You may also propagate this succulent by taking a cutting from one of the stems about 1” or more in length. Allow the cutting stem to dry and callous over where the plant was clipped for a few days, and then place the cutting into moist soil. Avoid watering and keep out of direct sunlight until the plant has rooted (about 2-3 weeks)

    Growth Habit: Bean like leaves on sprawling upward growing stalks.

    Light: Full Sun

    Water: Let your succulent dry completely between watering cycles and always avoid any standing water near the plant. Pot your succulent in cactus and succulent soil mix with excellent drainage.

    Zone: 9 to 10

    Temperature: This plant does best in hot temperatures. During cold winter months, bring your ‘jelly bean sedum’ succulent indoors near a bright sunny window, and keep away from frost.

    Fertilizer: Fertilize your succulents in the spring and summer months bi weekly with succulent fertilizer.

    Tips: Jelly Bean Sedum is extremely delicate and leaves can fall off easily, so handle with care!

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  • GRAPTOPETALUM AMETHYSTINUM 2IN PLANT
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    Graptopetalum Amethystinum is also known as Wedding Almond, Jewel Leaf Plant, Lavender Pebbles, or Wine Coolers. It is a rare species that is similar-looking to moon rocks rather than a plant. This plant has a round and plump set of leaves with shades of green, pink, and lavender. The leaves contain powdery coatings that can further add up to its moon rock look. This dainty beautiful plant is coveted for special arrangements and wedding florals.

    Scientific Name: Graptopetalum Amethystinum

    Origin: Mexico

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: 2-4”

    Propagation: During summer or spring, leaf cuttings are the best means to propagate this plant. You can also clip offshoots and plant the stems in soil.

    Growth Habit: Trailing/Sprawling

    Light: Partial to full sunlight

    Water: For this succulent, fresh to moist soil is preferred so you always have to check for the moisture of the soil by poking the soil at least a couple of inches from the surface to see if the moisture seeps in until that depth. If not, just sprinkle with water and wait until the water is absorbed into the soil. After a few hours, recheck for the moisture level. Never overwater this succulent or else it will die. Water it freely during the summer season but give it little water during the winter.

    Zone: 9

    Temperature: This plant does best in warm climates, keep away from frost.

    Fertilizer: For optimal growth, apply liquid fertilizer during its growth period through the spring and summer months.

    Tips: Use a well draining soil along with an organic fertilizer to help bolster the plants natural defenses against pests.

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  • HAWORTHIA 'ATTENUATA' 2IN PLANT
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    The ‘Zebra Plant’ is a hardy, stemless succulent with a variety of vivid green color and white horizontal stripes. This succulent is perfect for added texture in planters, terrariums, rock gardens, and landscape use. Commonly used around the holidays for its festive coloring!

    Origin: South Africa

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: up to 6”

    Propagation: Propagate this succulent by taking a trimming from the mother plant during the early summer. Allow the trimmed stem to dry and callous over where the plant was cut for a few days, and then place the trimming into moist soil. Avoid watering and keep out of direct sunlight until the plant has rooted (about 2-3 weeks).

    Growth Habit: Clustering rosette

    Light: Full sun

    Water: Water this succulent only once the soil is completely dry. Be cautious to not over water this succulent to avoid root rot. This succulent will do best in a well-draining soil. Watch for standing water in the rosette.

    Zone:10

    Temperature: Warm coastal climates. Avoid freezing temperatures.

    Fertilizer: Apply fertilizer during the grow season from spring time through summer, once or twice a week. This will boost the plants natural defenses against environmental stress.

    Tips: Use a well-draining soil medium to help avoid root rot! Maintain in an environment with fresh air flow.

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  • CRASSULA RUPESTRIS 'ROSARY VINE' 2IN PLANT
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    Crassula Rupestris ‘Rosary Vine' is known for its tight upright vertical form and unique leaf shape. This crassula has fleshy little round leaves that wrap 360 degrees around the stem of the plant in a stacked formation. The fleshy bright green leaves are tinged with mint colored tips along thin stems. Use this plant as a background plant in terrariums and succulent planter designs to add height and texture.

    Scientific Name: Crassula Rupestris

    Origin: South Africa

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: up to 12” long

    Propagation: Propagate this succulent by taking a cutting from one of the stems about 1” or more in length. Allow the cutting stem to dry and callous over where the plant was clipped for a few days, and then place the cutting into moist soil. Avoid watering and keep out of direct sunlight until the plant has rooted (about 2-3 weeks).

    Growth Habit: Shrubbing

    Light: Partial Shade/Full Sun

    Water: Let your succulent dry completely between watering cycles and always avoid any standing water near the plant. Pot your succulent in soil with excellent drainage. Try a succulent and cactus soil mix.

    Zone: 9 to 11

    Temperature: This plant does best in warm temperatures. During cold winter months, bring your plant indoors near a bright sunny window, and keep away from frost.

    Fertilizer: Fertilize your succulents in the spring and summer months bi weekly with succulent fertilizer.

    Tips: Use fertilizer to bolster your plants natural defenses against pests!

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  • Cotyledon Tomentosa 'Variegated Bear Paw' 2in Plant
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    Cotyledon Tomentosa 'Variegated Bear Paw' is a fleshy paw shaped the succulent plant. The variegated form of bear paw has bright yellow striping along its fuzzy green leaves which add a beautiful contrast and unique color to any garden use of the plant. This African native shrublet has dense branches reaching up to 20 inches keeping this succulent compact and able to offer ground coverage to space. The leaves typically reach around 1.5” with teethed edges giving the look of a clawed paw, hence the name! You can expect this succulent to bloom little orange flowers from the center of the leaves in the springtime.

    Origin: Africa

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: Up to 20”

    Propagation: To propagate, clip the offsets, or “pups” and replant the stems in a well-draining soil.

    Growth Habit: Dense ground cover

    Light: Full sun or bright indirect light.

    Water: Let your succulent dry completely between watering cycles and always avoid any standing water near the plant. Pot your succulent in cactus and succulent soil mix with excellent drainage.

    Zone: 9-11

    Temperature: This plant does best in warm dry climates. During cold winter months, bring your succulent indoors near a bright sunny window, and keep away from frost.

    Fertilizer: Fertilize your succulents in the spring and summer months bi-weekly with succulent fertilizer.

    Tips: Cotyledons thrive in rocky porous soil with lots of drainages.

     

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  • 4 Inch Jade Plant
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    4 Inch Jade Plant

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    About the product Commonly known as jade plant, friendship tree, lucky plant or Money Plant Small pink or white flowers Prefers the sun, Water when dry Native to South Africa You will receive one plant in a 4" pot.

    NOTE: We cannot ship this item to CA, FL, or Hawaii.
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  • Sempervivum Arachnoideum 'Cob Web' 2in Plant
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    Sempervivum Arachnoideum 'Cob Web' is well known for its spider web-like structure across the face of the rosette. This Succulent is beautifully hardy with a delicate look in designs and arrangements. The base of the plant is a bright lively green with thin classically shaped sempervivum leaves. This plant is native to the Alps, Apennines and Carpathians giving it a unique resistance profile. Typically this tight forming rosette reaches about 3” maximum and pups offsets rapidly allowing for fun and easy propagation. This is a fairly easy beginner plant to care for, and makes a great option for folks new to gardening and plant care. This plant blooms mid to late summer.

    Origin: Alps, Apennines and Carpathians

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: 1-3”

    Propagation: To propagate, clip pups by the stem, and replant the stems in a well draining soil.

    Growth Habit: Sprawling mounding rosette

    Light: Partial shade or bright indirect sunlight.

    Water: Let your succulent dry completely between watering cycles and always avoid any standing water near the plant. Pot your succulent in cactus and succulent soil mix with excellent drainage.

    Zone: 5-8

    Temperature: This plant does best in dry climates. During cold winter months, bring your succulent indoors near a bright sunny window, and keep away from frost.

    Fertilizer: Fertilize your succulents in the spring and summer months bi weekly with succulent fertilizer.

    Tips: Use a succulent fertilizer to bolster your plant’s natural defenses against pests.

     

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  • Sedum Pachyphyllum 2in Plant
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    Sedum Pachyphyllum 2in Plant

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    Sedum Pachyphyllum is a stonecrop succulent plant with bright green and pink bean-like leaves. This succulent grows in an upright form along a thin stalk, sprouting multiple new pups along the way. This sedum is exceptionally easy to propagate, and often sprouts new plants as it drops leaves to the soil. This plant grows about 6” tall and flowers beautiful white flowers in the summer time, which look great against the pink and cream-colored plant. Sedums are known for being very self-sufficient plants; they require very little attention and are a great option for anyone new to plant care or someone with little time to spend.

    Origin: Native to Mexico

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: Up to 6”

    Propagation: To propagate, clip the offsets, or “pups” and replant the stems in a well draining soil. This succulent is also very easy to leaf propagate. Place several leaves in a bed of lightly moistened soil and allow them to sprout roots!

    Growth Habit: Sprawling ground cover

    Light: Full sun or bright indirect light. To achieve optimal color, place in full sun.

    Water: Let your succulent dry completely between watering cycles and always avoid any standing water near the plant. Pot your succulent in cactus and succulent soil mix with excellent drainage.

    Zone: 9-11

    Temperature: This plant does best in warm climates. During cold winter months, bring your succulent indoors near a bright sunny window, and keep away from frost.

    Fertilizer: Fertilize your succulents in the spring and summer months bi weekly with succulent fertilizer.

    Tips: Virtually pest free, watch for aphids. Using a fertilizer helps bolster plants natural defenses.

     

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  • FAUCARIA TIGRINA 'TIGER'S JAW' 2IN PLANT
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    Faucaria Tigerina is a small clamp-forming perennial succulent with light green, triangular, fleshy leaves. These leaves turn a bit purple in shade when subjected under strong sunlight. Around the leaves’ edges are teeth-like projections that highly resemble the mouth of a tiger. The flowers are yellow with silky texture.

    Scientific Name: Faucaria Tigrina 'Tiger's Jaw'

    Origin: Eastern Cape, South Africa

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: 6”

    Propagation: The rosettes can readily be used as cuttings.

    Growth Habit: Low forming

    Light: Partial to full sunlight

    Water: This plant needs a good drainage system with the proper soil medium. Water this plant one to two times a week. Just make sure that the soil is not too damp or else the roots will rot. However, make sure that the soil will not stay dry for too long or the stems and the rosettes will die.

    Zone: 9 to 11

    Temperature: This plant mostly thrives during the spring and fall seasons. It will do perfectly fine in some shade even if it is subjected to extreme heat.

    Fertilizer: This is not a plant that needs intensive fertilization. Therefore, fertilize this only during the start of the growth season for best results.

    Tips: Repot this plant every two to three years or every time it outgrows its containers. The small roots of the succulents can make them ideal for shallow containers. Ensure that the pots have drainage holes.

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  • HAWORTHIA 'RETUSA' 2IN PLANT
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    The Haworthia Retusa is a gorgeous succulent that has green foliage, that can be a deep purple when exposed to full sunlight, accented with translucent veins, along with tiny spines around the edges of the foliage. This succulent is capable of blooming year round and produces small, white bell shaped flowers. This succulent is an eye catching addition to rock gardens,planters, terrariums, and landscape use.

    Origin: South Africa

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: up to 16”

    Propagation: Propagate this succulent by taking a trimming from the mother plant during the early summer. Allow the trimmed stem to dry and callous over where the plant was cut for a few days, and then place the trimming into moist soil. Avoid watering and keep out of direct sunlight until the plant has rooted (about 2-3 weeks).

    Growth Habit: Singular rosette

    Light: Filtered to full sunlight

    Water: Water this succulent only once the soil is completely dry. Be cautious to not over water this succulent to avoid root rot. This succulent will do best in a well-draining soil. Never allow water to collect in the rosette.

    Zone:10,11

    Temperature: Warm coastal climates. Avoid freezing temperatures.

    Fertilizer: Apply fertilizer during the grow season from spring time through summer, once or twice a week. This will boost the plants natural defenses against environmental stress.

    Tips: This is a very fleshy plant, so use a well-draining soil medium to help maintain optimal health.

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  • Echeveria 'Lola' 2in Plant
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    Echeveria 'Lola' is the little darling of the succulent world boasting a virtually perfect form and a silver iridescent color with a subtle pink hue. This elegant echeveria is an extremely slow grower, and for that reason remains highly coveted. A classic for succulent wedding arrangements and bouquets, this compact rosette brings florals to the next level. Use this gorgeous echeveria in home arrangements and diy succulent projects for instant effect! Echeveria Lola blooms bright pink flowers.

    Origin: Hybrid

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: Up to 6”

    Propagation: To propagate, clip rosette offshoots by the stem, and replant the stems in a well draining soil.

    Growth Habit: Clumping rosette

    Light: Filtered or bright indirect sunlight.

    Water: Let your succulent dry completely between watering cycles and always avoid any standing water near the plant. Pot your succulent in cactus and succulent soil mix with excellent drainage.

    Zone: 9-11

    Temperature: This plant does best in warm dry climates. During cold winter months, bring your succulent indoors near a bright sunny window, and keep away from frost.

    Fertilizer: Fertilize your succulents in the spring and summer months bi weekly with succulent fertilizer.

    Tips: Use a succulent fertilizer to bolster your plant’s natural defenses against pests.

     

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  • Graptopetalum Pentandrum 2in Plant
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    Graptopetalum Pentandrum is a striking purple succulent with a rosette that spans approximately 4”. This species looks its best in full sun and will achieve its deepest color this way. Pentandrum is a hardy succulent with a rigid rosette giving it the ability to be used in a variety of arrangements without much concern! This Mexico native grows in a shrub-like form covering areas in a gorgeous purple mound. This succulent blooms late winter to early spring with a truly shocking and beautiful bloom!

    Origin: Native to Mexico

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: Up to 4”

    Propagation: To propagate, clip rosette offshoots by the stem, and replant the stems in a well draining soil.

    Growth Habit: Shrubbing/Mounding

    Light: Full sun or bright indirect light.

    Water: Let your succulent dry completely between watering cycles and always avoid any standing water near the plant. Pot your succulent in cactus and succulent soil mix with excellent drainage.

    Zone: 9-11

    Temperature: This plant does best in warm dry climates. During cold winter months, bring your succulent indoors near a bright sunny window, and keep away from frost.

    Fertilizer: Fertilize your succulents in the spring and summer months bi weekly with succulent fertilizer.

    Tips: Use a succulent fertilizer to bolster your plant’s natural defenses against pests.

     

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  • Echeveria 'Blue Atoll' 2in Plant
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    Echeveria 'Blue Atoll' is known for its highly structured rosette form. This fast growing rosette shaped succulent has long pointed leaves with a deep greenish blue color when exposed to the proper amount of sunlight. This delicate plant is easy to grow and looks great in succulent wreaths, terrariums, and special event arrangements. You can expect tall thin blooms with yellow flowers during the spring time.

    Origin: Native to Mexico and Central America

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: Up to 6”

    Propagation: This plant produces offsets, plant these “pups” by clipping the stems and repotting in well draining soil.

    Growth Habit: Clumping rosette

    Light: Full sun or partial shade

    Water: Very drought tolerant. Let your succulent dry completely between watering cycles and always avoid any standing water near the plant. Pot your succulent in cactus and succulent soil mix with excellent drainage.

    Zone: 9-11

    Temperature: This plant does best in warm climates. During cold winter months, bring your succulent indoors near a bright sunny window, and keep away from frost.

    Fertilizer: Fertilize your succulents in the spring and summer months bi weekly with succulent fertilizer.

    Tips: Virtually pest free, watch for mealy bugs and aphids. Use fertilizer during grow season to bolster your plants natural immunity against pests.

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  • PORTULACARIA VARIEGATA 'ELEPHANT BUSH' 2IN PLANT
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    This is a slow growing type of shrub that has reddish brown stems and green glossy obovate leaves that can grow up to 0.8 inch longs. The leaves are heavily variegated with a cream color. The stems turn interwoven as this plant begins to age. The small flowers are lavender and pink in shades and are shaped like clusters.

    Origin: South Africa

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: 120”

    Propagation: This can be easily reproduced from cuttings. Take the cuttings during the summer or spring season for optimal results. Allow the cutting to dry out and callous for a few days. After that, plant this cutting in a small pot and in a damp and gritty soil. Place this cutting in a semi-lit area where the temperature is a bit warm.

    Growth Habit: Shrubbing

    Light: Partial to full sunlight.

    Water: This plant can be watered once a week at the very least. Gradually decrease the frequency of the watering as the winter season begins to approach. Make sure to go for pots with large drainage holes to further assist drainage.

    Zone: 10 to 11

    Temperature: This can thrive under bright light in a warm and draft-free area. Furthermore, it appreciates being exposed to warmer temperatures and may go dormant during the colder months.

    Fertilizer: Fertilize this succulent using an organic liquid variety during the growth season. Do this during the start of spring time until the summer season. This will help boost the defense system of the plant.

    Tips: Make sure to always check for presence of bugs and other types of pests around the edges of the stems and the soil.

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  • SEDUM LINEARA 'SEA URCHIN' 2IN PLANT
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    The ‘Sea Urchin’ is a succulent that is a light silver green with white edges along the leaves. This succulent can bloom year round under the right environmental conditions.The blooms are a gorgeous, vibrant yellow. This succulent is ideal for a groundcover in landscape use, planters, terrariums, and wedding arrangements.

    Origin: Eastern Asia

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: up to 2 feet

    Propagation: Propagate this succulent by taking a cutting from the mother plant. Allow the cutting stem to dry and callous over where the plant was clipped for a few days, and then place the cutting into moist soil. Avoid watering and keep out of direct sunlight until the plant has rooted (about 2-3 weeks).

    Growth Habit: Mounding, spreading, groundcover

    Light: Partial sun

    Water: Water this succulent only once the soil is completely dry. Be cautious to not over water this succulent to avoid root rot. This succulent will do best in a well-draining soil.

    Zone: 7-11

    Temperature: Warm coastal climates. Avoid freezing temperatures.

    Fertilizer: Apply fertilizer during the grow season from spring time through summer, once or twice a week. This will boost the plants natural defenses against environmental stress.

    Tips: Use a well-draining soil medium to help avoid root rot! Maintain in an environment with fresh air flow.

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  • SEDUM 'DE ORO' 2IN PLANT
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    This succulent is a delicate variety that is a vibrant greenish yellow. During mid summer, it blooms beautiful bright yellow star shaped flowers. It is perfect for using as a groundcover in terrariums, planters, landscape use, or as a gorgeous addition to wedding arrangements.

    Origin: Unknown

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: up to 6”

    Propagation: Propagate this succulent by taking a cutting from the mother plant. Allow the cutting stem to dry and callous over where the plant was clipped for a few days, and then place the cutting into moist soil. Avoid watering and keep out of direct sunlight until the plant has rooted (about 2-3 weeks).

    Growth Habit: Groundcover

    Light: Full sun/ partial shade

    Water: Water this succulent only once the soil is completely dry. Be cautious to not over water this succulent to avoid root rot. This succulent will do best in a well-draining soil.

    Zone:10,11,12

    Temperature: Warm coastal climates. Avoid freezing temperatures.

    Fertilizer: Apply fertilizer during the grow season from spring time through summer, once or twice a week. This will boost the plants natural defenses against environmental stress.

    Tips: Use a well-draining soil medium to help avoid root rot! Maintain in an environment with fresh air flow.

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  • SEDUM REFLEXUM 'BLUE SPRUCE' 2IN PLANT
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    Coveted for it’s delicate blue color and commonly used as a ground cover for ornamental landscape use. This drought tolerant succulent blooms bright yellow flowers during early summer.

    Origin: Asia

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: 3-6”

    Propagation: Propagate this succulent by taking several cuttings from the mother plant about 1” or more in length. Allow the cutting stem to dry and callous over where the plant was clipped for a few days, and then place the cutting into moist soil. Avoid watering and keep out of direct sunlight until the plant has rooted (about 2-3 weeks).

    Growth Habit: Low growing ground cover

    Light: Partial to full sun

    Water: This succulent is extremely drought tolerant. Watering this succulent is only necessary once the soil is completely dry. Be cautious to not over water this succulent to avoid root rot.

    Zone: 3-9

    Temperature: Warm dry climates. Avoid freezing temperatures.

    Fertilizer: Apply fertilizer during the grow season from spring time through summer, once or twice a week. This will boost the plants natural defenses against environmental stress.

    Tips: Use a well-draining soil medium to help avoid root rot! Maintain in an environment with fresh air flow. This succulent is used best in rock gardens and as ground cover.

     

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  • SEDUM NUSSBAUMERIANUM 'COPPERTONE' 2IN PLANT
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    Coppertone is an exotic species. As the name implies, it has a peculiar, copper-colored rosettes perched on stems that are slender spreading. During the later parts of winter to spring time, the white star-shaped fragrant flowers will start to appear.

    Scientific Name: Sedum Nussbaumerianum 'Coppertone'

    Origin: Mexico

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: 2-3”

    Propagation: Growing Coppertone means less required care and attention from you! They typically thrive in conditions that other types of plants can thrive in as well. However, these can also grow well in less hospitable areas. Cut back its stems and re-root this plant when it becomes too leggy to ensure best appearance. Propagate through stem or leaf cuttings before planting it as groundcover for your garden.

    Growth Habit: Sprawling/rosette

    Light: Partial to full sunlight

    Water: In general, water need is very low. This plant thrives well in well-draining soils. It is actually better to have this plant underwatered than overwatered. Going for the latter will only lead to rotting of the roots and weakening of the stems. Let the soil dry completely between watering cycles.

    Zone: 9 to 11

    Temperature: Once it is established, it can tolerate high heat and drought.

    Fertilizer: Fertilize during this plants grow season in the spring and summer months with an organic liquid fertilizer.

    Tips: This plant can tolerate light shade. However, you can get the best color of this plant by keeping it in full sunlight. Overall, this plant is extremely low maintenance so you do not need to fret about how you can take care of it well. In a nutshell, it can thrive on its own.

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  • SEMPERVIVUM 'ROYAL RUBY' 2IN PLANT
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    The ‘Royal Ruby’ is a deep maroon mounding, frost hardy rosette. This succulent has a tight hard leafed shape. This succulent is perfect for use as a filler in wedding arrangements, planters, rock gardens, and terrariums.

    Origin: Garden cultivar

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: under 3”

    Propagation: Propagate this succulent by taking a trimming from the mother plant during the early summer. Allow the trimmed stem to dry and callous over where the plant was cut for a few days, and then place the trimming into moist soil. Avoid watering and keep out of direct sunlight until the plant has rooted (about 2-3 weeks).

    Growth Habit: Mounding rosette

    Light: Full sun/partial shade

    Water: Water this succulent only once the soil is completely dry. Be cautious to not over water this succulent to avoid root rot. This succulent will do best in a well-draining soil. Watch for standing water that may collect in the rosette.

    Zone: 4-10

    Temperature: Cool climates. Avoid freezing temperatures.

    Fertilizer: Apply fertilizer during the grow season to boost the plants natural defenses against environmental stress.

    Tips: Use a well-draining soil medium to help avoid root rot! Maintain in an environment with fresh air flow.

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  • SEMPERVIVUM 'REINHARDT' 2IN PLANT
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    The Sempervivum Reinhardt is a mounding, frost hardy rosette that is a lovely emerald green with contrasting, deep purple edged foliage. This plant is exceptionally hardy and thrives in cooler temperatures. This succulent would add a contrast of color and texture to rock gardens, planters, terrariums and in landscape use.

    Origin: Garden cultivar

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: 4-8”

    Propagation: Propagate this succulent by taking a trimming from the mother plant during the early summer. Allow the trimmed stem to dry and callous over where the plant was cut for a few days, and then place the trimming into moist soil. Avoid watering and keep out of direct sunlight until the plant has rooted (about 2-3 weeks).

    Growth Habit: Mounding rosette

    Light:Filtered sun/ full sun

    Water: Water this succulent only once the soil is completely dry. Be cautious to not over water this succulent to avoid root rot. This succulent will do best in a well-draining soil. Watch for standing water that may collect in the rosette.

    Zone:4-9

    Temperature: Cool climates

    Fertilizer: Apply fertilizer during the grow season to boost the plants natural defenses against environmental stress.

    Tips: Use a well-draining soil medium to help avoid root rot! Maintain in an environment with fresh air flow.

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  • SEDUM DASYPHYLLUM 'BLUE TEARS' 2IN PLANT
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    The succulent ‘Blue Tears’ is a gorgeous, mounding rosette succulent that is turquoise blue in color, and produces clusters of white star shaped flowers accented with tiny black dots. This succulent is ideal for using as a groundcover in rock gardens, planters, terrariums, or landscape use. It would also add a beautiful pop of color in a wedding arrangement.

    Origin: Garden cultivar

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size:under 6”

    Propagation: Propagate this succulent by taking a cutting from the mother plant. Allow the cutting stem to dry and callous over where the plant was clipped for a few days, and then place the cutting into dry soil. Avoid watering and keep out of direct sunlight until the plant has rooted (about 2-3 weeks).

    Growth Habit: Mounding mini rosette ground cover

    Light: Full sunlight

    Water: Water this succulent only once the soil is completely dry. Be cautious to not over water this succulent to avoid root rot. This succulent will do best in a well-draining soil.

    Zone: 3-9

    Temperature: Warm coastal climates. Avoid freezing temperatures.

    Fertilizer: Apply fertilizer during the grow season from spring time through summer, once or twice a week. This will boost the plants natural defenses against environmental stress.

    Tips: Use this plant to achieve a dainty delicate look for an indoor or outdoor succulent garden! Use this plant as a groundcover.

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  • Kalanchoe 'Chocolate Soldier' 2in Plant
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    Kalanchoe ‘Chocolate Soldier’ sometimes referred to as “Teddy Bear Cactus” is native to Madagascar and is known for its fuzzy brown, ear shaped leaves. This plant grows in an upward loose rosette form with brown and black markings. This succulent adds unique height and texture to garden collections and container designs. Chocolate Soldier thrives in both partial sunlight and full sun.

    Origin: Native to Madagascar

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: Up to 24”

    Propagation: To propagate, clip rosette offshoots by the stem, and replant the stems in a well draining soil.

    Growth Habit: Vertical Grower

    Light: Full sun or bright indirect light.

    Water: Let your succulent dry completely between watering cycles and always avoid any standing water near the plant. Pot your succulent in cactus and succulent soil mix with excellent drainage.

    Zone: 9-12

    Temperature: This plant does best in warm dry climates. During cold winter months, bring your succulent indoors near a bright sunny window, and keep away from frost.

    Fertilizer: Fertilize your succulents in the spring and summer months bi weekly with succulent fertilizer.

    Tips: Use a succulent fertilizer to bolster your plant’s natural defenses against pests.

     

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  • ECHEVERIA HARMSII 'RUBY SLIPPERS' 2IN PLANT
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    This is a very elaborate flowering species. It forms small rosettes with dark green, narrow, velvety leaves, that are adorned with reddish edges. It has flowering stems that have bright orange flowers.

    Origin: Mexico

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: 6 to 12”

    Propagation: Take clippings of rosettes from the main stalk and replant in well draining soil to propagate this plant.

    Growth Habit: Shrubbing rosette

    Light: Partial to full sun.

    Water: This plant can highly tolerate episodes of drought. In this case, just water the plant around once or twice a week. Water it less during the winter period to prevent it from root rot. Also make sure that the drainage system is excellent, use a well draining soil

    Zone: 9 to 11

    Temperature: This succulent thrives well in warm climates. In fact, it can highly tolerate drought as much as the other plants under this species.

    Fertilizer: Regularly apply fertilizer during its growth season from spring time through the summer season. Do this at least once or twice a week.

    Tips: Always be on the lookout for mealy bugs as it may infest the plant especially when the plant has too many fallen leaves. To help with this, be sure to clean up around the base of the rosette.

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  • GRAPTOSEDUM 'CALIFORNIA SUNSET' 2IN PLANT
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    This succulent has compact rosettes with an orangish pink shade. The colors of the leaves are copper-gold with streaks of yellow, pink, and green overtones. This succulent is perfect for color contrast in succulent arrangements and succulent wedding florals.

    Origin: Garden (nursery-produced cultivar)

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: 6 to 12”

    Propagation: This succulent can tolerate full sunlight however the best exposure is partial-sunlight. Because of the origin of this plant, the rosettes can readily tolerate the heat and drought. There are two main propagation methods: division of individual leaves or division of offshoots. Root them in dry vermicule or sand. Rosettes that break off can be re-planted to create another plant. Leaves that drop off below its parent plant can quickly produce a brand new rosette. Because the cuttings and the leaves effortlessly root, this type of succulent is one of the easiest to propagate.

    Growth Habit: Rosette

    Light: Partial to full sun.

    Water: During summer time, the plant will need more water compared to the other succulents. Water this succulent when dry. Water only when the soil is completely dry again. This is important to prevent the roots from rotting due to soggy soil. Also make sure to place it where fresh air is abundant.

    Zone: 9 to 11

    Temperature: Warm dry climates. Avoid freezing temperatures as much as you can, even if this succulent can rebound from a frozen state.

    Fertilizer: Apply fertilizer during the grow season from spring time through summer, once or twice a week.

    Tips: Watch out for scales and aphids. This succulent tends to encounter mealy bug infestations frequently. Using fertilizer will help boost the plants natural resistance to pests.

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  • Echeveria Agavoides 2in Plant
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    Echeveria Agavoides is known for its fleshy green pointed leaves, which are edged with a deep red. This succulent has a classic rosette shape making it a beautiful option for use in succulent weddings, succulent terrariums, or container arrangements. This plant will also thrive outdoors in-ground in your garden! Native to the rocky regions of Mexico, this plant can reach up to 12” wide. The crisp rigid form of this rosette makes handling it much easier than many other succulents. This echeveria blooms a beautiful yellow bloom anytime from spring to early summer.

    Origin: Native to Mexico

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: Up to 12”

    Propagation: To propagate, clip rosette offshoots by the stem, and replant the stems in a well draining soil.

    Growth Habit: Clumping rosette

    Light: Full sun or bright indirect sunlight.

    Water: Let your succulent dry completely between watering cycles and always avoid any standing water near the plant. Pot your succulent in cactus and succulent soil mix with excellent drainage.

    Zone: 9-11

    Temperature: This plant does best in warm dry climates. During cold winter months, bring your succulent indoors near a bright sunny window, and keep away from frost.

    Fertilizer: Fertilize your succulents in the spring and summer months bi weekly with succulent fertilizer.

    Tips: Use a succulent fertilizer to bolster your plant’s natural defenses against pests.

     

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  • Graptoveria 'Debbie' 2in Plant
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    Graptoveria 'Debbie' 2in Plant

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    Graptoveria Debbie is a classically shaped rosette succulent with a frosty pinkish purple hue. This rosette shaped hybrid succulent is a favorite for delicate floral and wedding designs. This succulent looks beautiful as a focal plant in terrariums and container gardens. You can expect small orange blooms to appear in the spring.

    Origin: Hybrid

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: Up to 8”

    Propagation: This is a fast growing plant, clip the offsets, or “pups” and replant the stems in a well draining soil.

    Growth Habit: Clumping rosette

    Light: Bright indirect light

    Water: Let your succulent dry completely between watering cycles and always avoid any standing water near the plant. Pot your succulent in cactus and succulent soil mix with excellent drainage.

    Zone: 9-11

    Temperature: This plant does best in warm climates. During cold winter months, bring your succulent indoors near a bright sunny window, and keep away from frost.

    Fertilizer: Fertilize your succulents in the spring and summer months bi weekly with succulent fertilizer.

    Tips: This plant is very delicate, handle leaves with exceptional care and only when absolutely necessary.

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  • Echeveria 'Black Prince' 2in Plant
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    Echeveria 'Black Prince' is a highly coveted Echeveria, with its parents known as Echeveria Shaviana and Echeveria Affinis. Black Prince is known for its deep brown and black coloring, and tight fleshy rosette form. This succulent is a slow growing hen and chicks style, clumping rosette. This echeveria can reach around 4-10” in diameter with a glowing green center. Expect gorgeous salmon colored blooms in the fall and winter from this unique succulent.

    Origin: Hybrid

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: Up to 10”

    Propagation: To propagate, clip the offsets, or “pups” and replant the stems in a well draining soil.

    Growth Habit: Hen and Chicks/Clumping rosette

    Light: Full sun or bright indirect light. To achieve optimal color, place in full sun.

    Water: Let your succulent dry completely between watering cycles and always avoid any standing water near the plant. Pot your succulent in cactus and succulent soil mix with excellent drainage.

    Zone: 9-11

    Temperature: This plant does best in warm dry climates. During cold winter months, bring your succulent indoors near a bright sunny window, and keep away from frost.

    Fertilizer: Fertilize your succulents in the spring and summer months bi weekly with succulent fertilizer.

    Tips: Susceptibility to mealy bug, use a succulent fertilizer to bolster you plant’s natural defenses!

     

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  • Echeveria 'Colorata' 2in Plant
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    Echeveria 'Colorata' 2in Plant

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    Echeveria Colorata is a highly prized cultivar well known for its compact rosette form. This broad leaved echeveria has a flower-like rosette shape with pointed blue leaves, and blush red tips. Use this plant to adorn a variety of terrariums and container gardens. This is also a succulent wedding favorite among brides for succulent favors and arrangements. You can expect this plant to bloom between springtime and late summer.

    Origin: Native to Mexico

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: Up to 12”

    Propagation: Propagate this succulent by taking a cutting from one of the clustered rosettes along the main stem. Allow the cutting stem to dry and callous over where the plant was clipped for a few days, and then place the cutting into moist soil. Avoid watering and keep out of direct sunlight until the plant has rooted (about 2-3 weeks)

    Growth Habit: Clustering rosette

    Light: Bright indirect light

    Water: Let your succulent dry completely between watering cycles and always avoid any standing water near the plant. Pot your succulent in cactus and succulent soil mix with excellent drainage.

    Zone: 9 to 11

    Temperature: This plant does best in warmer temperatures. During cold winter months, bring your succulent indoors near a bright sunny window, and keep away from frost.

    Fertilizer: Fertilize your succulents in the spring and summer months bi weekly with succulent fertilizer.

    Tips: Fertilize your succulents during the grow season to help bolster their natural defenses against pests!

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  • CREMNOSEDUM 'LITTLE GEM' 2IN PLANT
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    Little Gem is a type of dwarf succulent that has tightly clustered leaves. The stems are cherry red in shade and forms rosettes that are pyramid like. Its olive green leaves can turn into coppery red when exposed to full sunlight. Yellow star-shaped flowers grow during the later winter season or the early spring time.

    Origin: Mexico

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: 3”

    Propagation: In general, Sedums needs minimal attention and care for it to thrive. They can grow in less hospitable conditions as well. This is a good plant to have in your yard for the areas that receive excessive amounts of sunlight. If you are working on a shorter variety, lay the plant on the area where you want it to grow. Add a thin covering of soil. Alternatively, break off once stem and push this on the ground where you want it to grow. Sedums root very quickly! Typically within a few weeks.

    Growth Habit: Clustering

    Light: Full sunlight.

    Water: Water the plant around once a week during warm seasons. In fact, you do not even have to monitor the watering schedule for this plant. If you really prefer a schedule, water this once a week if left outdoors and twice a month if kept indoors.

    Zone: 8 to 11

    Temperature: It can withstand warm temperatures as well as the other types of plant under this species.

    Fertilizer: Fertilize this succulent using an organic liquid variety during the growth season. Do this during the start of spring time until the summer season. This will help boost the defense system of the plant.

    Tips: Keep in bright sunlight for most optimal color.

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  • CRASSULA 'PADGODA VILLAGE' 2IN PLANT
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    Padgoda is a very unique cultivar. This branching perennial has shades of green, purple, and red. The flowers can grow into long pagoda chains, hence the name of the plant.

    Origin: South Africa

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: 10”

    Propagation: It is usually started from leaf cuttings, offsets, or divisions. You can propagate this plant from a single leaf. Just sprout the leaves by using a cacti mix or a succulent mix as your medium, cover the dish until it begins to sprout. Repot during the summer season as needed. Just make sure that the soil is relatively dry prior to repotting.

    Growth Habit: Branching

    Light: Partial to full sunlight.

    Water: This can tolerate a prolonged period of drought so you do not have to worry about not watering it every once in a while. In fact, you should always error on the side of underwatering, rather than overwatering to ensure that the roots will not rot.

    Zone: 9 to 11

    Temperature: It tolerates warm water conditions more than the cold ones. Do not let the plant sit in water as this may be fatal when the plant is left for too long.

    Fertilizer: Fertilize this succulent using an organic liquid variety during the growth season. Do this during the start of spring time until the summer season. This will help boost the defense system of the plant.

    Tips: This is relatively easy to grow, but you must always check the plant for hints of mealy bugs and other types of pests.

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  • COTYLEDON ORBICULATA VAR. OOPHYLA 'LADY FINGERS' 2IN PLANT
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    This is a relatively tall cross between a succulent and a shrub. The gray, rounded, and fleshy leaves have a white and powdery substance that can grow up to 3 inches wide and 5 inches long. The orange red bell-shaped flowers are around 1.2 inches long and can droop at around 24 inches long.

    Origin: Swaziland, South Africa

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: 60”

    Propagation: It mainly grows during the winter season then sheds the leaves throughout the summer season. This requires a lot of sunlight and a good draining gritty mix. You may grow this from seed but you need to take care not to overwater it during the early stages. Transplant the seeds once they have germinated.

    Growth Habit: Shrubbing

    Light: Partial to full sunlight.

    Water: When the plant is deciduous, make sure to avoid overwatering it as it may cause rotting at the roots. Make sure to follow the standard watering procedures for the succulents.

    Zone: 9 to 11

    Temperature: It can highly tolerate the frost-free and cool conditions during the winter season if it is kept dry. During the summer season, bring the succulent indoors if the weather gets too warm.

    Fertilizer: Only apply the fertilizer once during the start of the growing season. Use an organic fertilizer type that can help boost the defense system of the plant.

    Tips: There are a few pests that can affect this plant. However, still be on the lookout for presence of snails around the plant.

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  • CRASSULA ARBORESCENS 'SILVER DOLLAR JADE' 2IN PLANT
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    Crassula Arborescens is an impressive-looking and large type of branching shrub. It can easily reach its peak height. The trunk is fleshy and thick with a greenish-gray smooth bark. The leaves are large, round, and fleshy, with red edges.

    Scientific Name: Crassula Arborescens 'Silver Dollar Jade'

    Origin: South Africa

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: 48-60”

    Propagation: This succulent is usually started through leaf cuttings, offsets, or division.

    Growth Habit: Shrubbing

    Light: Soft to full sunlight

    Water: Never let the Silver Dollar Jade sit in standing water. To prevent this, make sure that the pot has a good drainage system, and you use a well-draining soil. Only water when the soil is totally dry.

    Zone: 9 to 11

    Temperature: This plant can grow in either warm or cool climates.

    Fertilizer: Fertilize during the plants growing season, spring through summer.

    Tips: Use fertilizer to help bolster the plant’s natural defenses against pests.

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  • CRASSULA PERFORATA 'GIANT STRING OF BUTTONS' 2IN PLANT
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    Crassula Perforata 'Giant String Of Buttons' is known for its tight upright vertical form and unique leaf shape. This crassula has round leaves that wrap 360 degrees around the stem of the plant in a stacked formation. The fleshy minty green leaves are tinged with red tips and grow along thin stems. Use this plant as a background plant in terrariums and succulent planter designs to add height and texture.

    Scientific Name: Crassula Perforata

    Origin: South Africa

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: up to 18” long

    Propagation: Propagate this succulent by taking a cutting from one of the stems about 1” or more in length. Allow the cutting stem to dry and callous over where the plant was clipped for a few days, and then place the cutting into moist soil. Avoid watering and keep out of direct sunlight until the plant has rooted (about 2-3 weeks).

    Growth Habit: Shrubbing

    Light: Full Sun

    Water: Let your succulent dry completely between watering cycles and always avoid any standing water near the plant. Pot your succulent in soil with excellent drainage. Try a succulent and cactus soil mix.

    Zone: 9 to 11

    Temperature: This plant does best in warm temperatures. During cold winter months, bring your plant indoors near a bright sunny window, and keep away from frost.

    Fertilizer: Fertilize your succulents in the spring and summer months bi weekly with succulent fertilizer.

    Tips: Use fertilizer to bolster your plants natural defenses against pests!

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  • CRASSULA 'CONJUNCTA' 2IN PLANT
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    The Crassula ‘Conjuncta’ is a light green succulent that fades into a gorgeous reddish orange. It has a stacked, vertical growth habit. This succulent works great as a groundcover or a filler and would add a contrast of color to wedding arrangements, planters, terrariums, or rock gardens.

    Origin: South Africa

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: 6-8”

    Propagation: Propagate this succulent by taking a cutting from the mother plant. Allow the cutting stem to dry and callous over where the plant was clipped for a few days, and then place the cutting into moist soil. Avoid watering and keep out of direct sunlight until the plant has rooted (about 2-3 weeks).

    Growth Habit: Vertical grower

    Light: Filtered sunlight

    Water: Water this succulent only once the soil is completely dry. Be cautious to not over water this succulent to avoid root rot. This succulent will do best in a well-draining soil.

    Zone: 8,9,10,11

    Temperature: Warm coastal climates. Avoid freezing temperatures.

    Fertilizer: Apply fertilizer during the growing season from springtime through summer, once or twice a week. This will boost the plant's natural defenses against environmental stress.

    Tips: Use this succulent to add a colorful filler plant in an indoor or outdoor succulent garden!

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  • CRASSULA 'MOONGLOW' 2IN PLANT
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    The ‘Moonglow’ is a compact, stacked, vertical growing plant that is greenish grey in color. During late spring, this succulent produces light pink blooms that have a branching growth habit. This succulent is a great filler for planters, terrariums, wedding florals, and rock gardens.

    Origin: South Africa

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: 6-12”

    Propagation: Propagate this succulent by taking a cutting from the mother plant. Allow the cutting stem to dry and callous over where the plant was clipped for a few days, and then place the cutting into moist soil. Avoid watering and keep out of direct sunlight until the plant has rooted (about 2-3 weeks).

    Growth Habit: Sprawling, stacked vertical grower

    Light: Full sun/partial shade

    Water: Water this succulent only once the soil is completely dry. Be cautious to not over water this succulent to avoid root rot. This succulent will do best in a well-draining soil.

    Zone: 10,11

    Temperature: Warm dry climates. Avoid freezing temperatures.

    Fertilizer: Apply fertilizer during the grow season from spring time through summer, once or twice a week. This will boost the plants natural defenses against environmental stress.

    Tips: Use a well-draining soil medium to help avoid root rot! Maintain an environment with plenty of fresh air flow.

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  • ANACAMPSEROS TELEPHIASTRUM 'SUNRISE' 2IN PLANT
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    This is a type of caudex forming and dense mat succulent that can grow leaves that are cream colored, yellow, bright pink, and green in shades. This can be seen as a compact rosette at first, but it can eventually grow a lot longer to offset a trail over the edge of the pot. It can eventually form a caudex along the base.

    Origin: South Africa

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: 15”

    Propagation: Clip this plant along the stem of the mother plant and replant in well draining soil to propagate.

    Growth Habit: Compact rosette

    Light: Partial sunlight.

    Water: Water the plant once a week. Water it less during the winter season. Make sure to have an excellent drainage system for the plant to prevent standing water. This is important because overwatering it can cause the plant to die.

    Zone: 9 to 11

    Temperature: It can highly tolerate drought spells. Actually, it prefers being watered less. Just make sure that the soil is moistened about once a week but never water it excessively to prevent the roots from rotting.

    Fertilizer: Fertilize this succulent using an organic liquid variety during the growth season. Do this during the start of spring time until the summer season. This will help boost the defense system of the plant.

    Tips: This is a bit slow growing to begin with. However, it takes well when cultivated well. They will grow tall first before they even begin to flower, so you have to be patient.

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  • AEONIUM CASTELLO 'SUNCUP' 2IN PLANT
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    The Suncup is considered one of the most beautiful variegated evergreen succulent rosette cultivars. This small succulent can produce numerous offsets. Most of the offsets are quite different from the other. Rosettes have a diameter of about four inches. Leaves are yellow, green, and cream-colored with pink margins when they are grown in full sunlight. The white flowers grow during summer.

    Scientific Name: Aeonium Castello 'Suncup'

    Origin: Canary Islands

    Plant Type: Succulent

    Size: 12” tall

    Propagation: Clip the offsets and plant them in a damp well draining soil medium and place out of direct sunlight. Water only once plants have rooted.

    Growth Habit: Rosette

    Light: Soft sunlight

    Water: This succulent has a very high tolerance for drought. It can be dry during the summer season with occasional watering. At least once a week or once every two weeks is enough for this succulent. An alternative is to subject the succulent to drip watering during the warmest parts of summer.

    Zone: 9

    Temperature: Suncups are best placed in containers that are easy to move inside in case the outdoor temperature reaches scorching limits. Bring the succulent inside when the temperature becomes extreme.

    Fertilizer: Fertilize during late winter and early spring.

    Tips: During the winter season, test the soil by poking a finger down the soil, about an inch or so. Do this to check if the soil has already dried out completely. Too much moisture can rot this succulent.

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