Beautiful assorted succulent cuttings grown in sunny San Diego. Available in sets of 10 or 25.
Perfect for starting or adding to your succulent collection, or for crafting with live succulents.
Your succulents arrive calloused on the end, and are ready to be planted upon arrival.
Find our recommended care instructions below, detailing what to do once your live plants arrive:
1. Choose your pot, and soil. We highly recommend using a pot with a drainage hole, and filling with very well draining cactus or succulent soil. Succulents love root competition, which means they can be arranged as densely as desired.
2) Water over the soil, just until you start to see water pour from the drainage hole at the bottom of your pot. It is easier to plant succulents in soil that is already damp, as it allows them to stay in place easier than planting in dry soil.
3) Plant succulents upright in the slightly dampened soil, pushing them down gently just enough to allow them to stand upright on their own.
4) Provide your potted masterpiece with medium lighting. On or near a sunny windowsill works perfectly. You can adapt your plant to brighter sunlight over time - it is best to slowly adjust lighting so as to not shock your succulents. If planting outdoors, make sure you have researched whether succulents can survive all seasons in your agricultural zone.
5) Water again only when the soil is very dry throughout - which is usually about every 10 days or so, but can vary. Water over the soil - not on the plants themselves.
When opening your package please note that there may be some loose soil. We pack all of our plants with love and extra care, but no amount of love can prevent all soil spills during shipment. Arrangements are dressed with mountain moss top dressing in shipping, to prevent as much soil spill as possible. Moss can be left in arrangements or gently removed if desired.
During shipment plants can lose some of their vibrancy, this is normal and to be expected. Slowly acclimate your plant to bright sun and the colors should start to pop.
Different succulents have different growing seasons, with this there will also be some color variation depending on season. The same succulent can have much different coloration one season to the next.
In order to maintain the quality and variety of plants in our arrangements, there may be some succulents with very shallow roots or even cuttings. If cuttings are used, they have been well calloused and are completely fine to be planted amongst rooted succulents. Some plants can and will differ from what is shown in our listing photos. We always do our best to replicate the aesthetics of any arrangement as close to the listing photos as possible with current plant inventory.
If a plant should fall out during shipment, simply place it back into the arrangement right side up. That’s it! As long as the succulent is upright, it will find its way into the soil and root perfectly. Succulents love root competition and can be planted densely with one another.