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The Jules with Succulents

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YOUR PLANT OR GIFT IS GUARANTEED FOR 30 DAYS, NO QUESTIONS ASKED.

YOU PICKED THIS CUTE PLANT:

Haworthia

This South African succulent is member of the Aloe family. Currently scientists are researching compounds from the Haworthia plant for their cancer killing abilities. The genus is named after 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 light. Tolerates medium light in winter. Not suited for intense, direct sunlight.

Water

Water every one to two weeks, depending on season. Spring to summer, allow mix to dry out almost completely before watering thoroughly. Fall to winter, haworthias can go up to a month between drenching.

Extra Love

Once mature, haworthia will flower during the summer months... you just have to be patient. They are also considered safe for pets, although the sap could irritate.

YOU PICKED THIS CUTE PLANT:

Echeveria

These hardy succulents can tolerate everything from your fridgid offices to sunny windows. 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

Central America, Mexico and northwestern South America

The Plant Care

Light

Bright light. Tolerates medium light in winter. Not suited for intense, direct sunlight.

Water

Water every one to two weeks, depending on season. Spring to summer, allow mix to dry out almost completely before watering thoroughly. Fall to winter, Succulents can go up to a month between drenching.

Extra Love

Don't over love your Echevaria aka the easiest way to kill your succulent is by overwatering. Avoid watering in the center of the plant.

YOU PICKED THIS CUTE PLANT:

Gasteria spp.

This South African member of the Aloe family is named after the Latin word for "stomach", because enough scientists thought the flowers looked like a stomach. However most normal people will notice their tongue-like leaves growing in either rosette or mirror-like patterns.

PLANT ORIGINS

South Africa

The Plant Care

Light

Bright light. Tolerates medium light in winter. Not suited for intense, direct sunlight.

Water

Water every one to two weeks, depending on season. Spring to summer, allow mix to dry out almost completely before watering thoroughly. Fall to winter, Succulents can go up to a month between drenching.

Extra Love

Don't over love your Gasteria aka the easiest way to kill your succulent is by overwatering. Avoid watering in the center of the plant.

YOU PICKED THIS CUTE PLANT:

Assorted Succulents

Let our gardeners pick out the perfect succulent for you, or better yet, for whoever you're buying a gift for. Every week we receive new succulents that deserve to be out in the world.

PLANT ORIGINS

Central and South America, South Africa

The Plant Care

Light

Bright light. Tolerates medium light in winter. Not suited for intense, direct sunlight.

Water

Water every one to two weeks, depending on season. Spring to summer, allow mix to dry out almost completely before watering thoroughly. Fall to winter, Succulents can go up to a month between drenching.

Extra Love

Don't over love your succulent aka the easiest way to kill your succulent is by overwatering. Avoid watering in the center of the plant.

NERD OUT BEFORE YOU PICK A PLANT:

Haworthia

This South African succulent is member of the Aloe family. Currently scientists are researching compounds from the Haworthia plant for their cancer killing abilities. The genus is named after 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 light. Tolerates medium light in winter. Not suited for intense, direct sunlight.

Water

Water every one to two weeks, depending on season. Spring to summer, allow mix to dry out almost completely before watering thoroughly. Fall to winter, haworthias can go up to a month between drenching.

Extra Love

Once mature, haworthia will flower during the summer months... you just have to be patient. They are also considered safe for pets, although the sap could irritate.

Echeveria

These hardy succulents can tolerate everything from your fridgid offices to sunny windows. 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

Central America, Mexico and northwestern South America

The Plant Care

Light

Bright light. Tolerates medium light in winter. Not suited for intense, direct sunlight.

Water

Water every one to two weeks, depending on season. Spring to summer, allow mix to dry out almost completely before watering thoroughly. Fall to winter, Succulents can go up to a month between drenching.

Extra Love

Don't over love your Echevaria aka the easiest way to kill your succulent is by overwatering. Avoid watering in the center of the plant.

Gasteria spp.

This South African member of the Aloe family is named after the Latin word for "stomach", because enough scientists thought the flowers looked like a stomach. However most normal people will notice their tongue-like leaves growing in either rosette or mirror-like patterns.

PLANT ORIGINS

South Africa

The Plant Care

Light

Bright light. Tolerates medium light in winter. Not suited for intense, direct sunlight.

Water

Water every one to two weeks, depending on season. Spring to summer, allow mix to dry out almost completely before watering thoroughly. Fall to winter, Succulents can go up to a month between drenching.

Extra Love

Don't over love your Gasteria aka the easiest way to kill your succulent is by overwatering. Avoid watering in the center of the plant.

Assorted Succulents

Let our gardeners pick out the perfect succulent for you, or better yet, for whoever you're buying a gift for. Every week we receive new succulents that deserve to be out in the world.

PLANT ORIGINS

Central and South America, South Africa

The Plant Care

Light

Bright light. Tolerates medium light in winter. Not suited for intense, direct sunlight.

Water

Water every one to two weeks, depending on season. Spring to summer, allow mix to dry out almost completely before watering thoroughly. Fall to winter, Succulents can go up to a month between drenching.

Extra Love

Don't over love your succulent aka the easiest way to kill your succulent is by overwatering. Avoid watering in the center of the plant.