Looking to cultivate your green thumb? Succulent plants are a great way to dip your toes in the gardening pond. These plants are known for their thick and fleshy leaves that store water to ensure proper hydration. They are virtually unkillable! If you’re new to gardening or looking to spice up your desk with some greenery, succulents are a beautiful and low maintenance plant that will leave you satisfied.
Here are our top picks for live succulents.
This succulent collection is the perfect color combination. Each unique plant comes in a 2-inch pot (and could vary from pictures based on season and readiness). They would make great favorites for wedding showers, baby showers or any family celebration.
Succulents make an excellent gift. They are a no hassle way to say “Hey, I appreciate you” without saddling the recipient with another responsibility. We absolutely love the punny phrase on the pot. It makes an adorable gift that anyone would like.
If you’re not ready to turn into a full blown succulent enthusiast, then this option is for you. With just five succulents in this package, these succulents are a great non-committal introduction. These plants are also ideal for DIYs and can be replanted in a modern vase or terrarium with ease.
It’s impossible to have just one succulent. This succulent collection includes 64 (yes, 64) plants so your succulent patch will always be well stocked. These succulents arrive just two inches in size and can grow to be over five inches high. The live succulents are dry packaged so be sure to give them a good watering when you receive them.
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