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Miniature Succulent Assortment

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MINIATURE SUCCULENT SET -

Our Instagram-worthy miniature succulent sets are back by popular demand. Each set includes six assorted miniature easy-care succulents in nursery grow pots. Whether you have a small apartment, tiny desk, or just appreciate the little things - these fellas are the perfect fit.

PLANT ORIGINS

Arid regions of the world

Plant Care

Light

Bright, indirect light to full sun.

Water

Once weekly if in full sun, or when it starts to wrinkle. Reduce waterings in winter to half. Make sure the soil is completely dry before watering.

Extra Love

Succulents are native to desert regions, and are adapted to fending for themselves- they are perfect for the forgetful plant parent. Remember to always repot and not keep your plants in greenhouse grow pots for too long.

Haworthia -
Haworthia spp.

These hardy succulents can tolerate everything from your fridgid offices to sunny windows. Native to South Africa, a few of these then-unnamed plants were brought to Kew Gardens in London. At Kew, the genus Haworthia is described by 18th and 19th century English botanist (and crab researcher) Adrian Hardy Haworth... who never actually saw a Haworthia in the wild.

PLANT ORIGINS

South Africa

The Plant Care

Light

Bright, direct sun to bright indirect light.

Water

Water weekly to semi-monthly. Allow potting mix to completely dry out before watering. The smaller the pot, the faster the soil dries out. If it's in direct sun, it will need more frequent waterings, as the sun will dry it out faster. Water more frequently during warmer months and fertilize during growth. Do not overwater or keep the soil wet for too long, as this will encourage root rot Remember, these are desert plants- they can go for a while without a drink.

EXTRA LOVE

The easiest way to kill a Haworthia is to overwater it or leave it wet for too long! Love this one more by tending to it less. #independentplant

Check out this cute plant

Echeveria -
Echeveria spp.

Some people know Echeveria by the name 'hens and chicks', but people also call a lot of succulents that. The genus is named after Atanasio Echeverria y Godoy, an 18th-century Mexican botanical artist aned naturalist. His drawings would have killed on Instagram.

PLANT ORIGINS

Arid Central and South America

Plant Care

Light

Bright, direct sun to bright indirect light.

Water

Water weekly to semi-monthly. Allow potting mix to completely dry out before watering. The smaller the pot, the faster the soil dries out. If it's in direct sun, it will need more frequent waterings, as the sun will dry it out faster. Water more frequently during warmer months and fertilize during growth. Do not overwater or keep the soil wet for too long, as this will encourage root rot Remember, these are desert plants- they can go for a while without a drink.

Extra Love

The easiest way to kill an Echeveria is to overwater it or leave it wet for too long! Love this one more by tending to it less. #independentplant

Jade -
Crassula ovata

Classic jade plant is also known as money tree because it is rumoured to bring great fortune to its bearer. Regardless of whether or not it brings wealth, it definitely brings fresh oxygen and cleans the air around it. Although mistakenly called a tree, this plant is actually a herbaceous shrub. The 'woody' growths are actually cellulose hardening of the mature plant cells. Even though this plant is a true dicot does not have the genes to produce true lignin, so it can never get woody. Regardless of whether or not it's a tree, it makes a solid addition to any plant collection.

PLANT ORIGINS

East Africa, Mozambique

The Plant Care

Light

Bright, direct sun to bright indirect light.

Water

Water weekly to semi-monthly. Allow potting mix to completely dry out before watering. The smaller the pot, the faster the soil dries out. If it's in direct sun, it will need more frequent waterings, as the sun will dry it out faster. Water more frequently during warmer months and fertilize during growth. Do not overwater or keep the soil wet for too long, as this will encourage root rot Remember, these are desert plants- they can go for a while without a drink.

EXTRA LOVE

The easiest way to kill a succulent is to overwater it or leave it wet for too long! Love this one more by tending to it less. #independentplant