Our succulent plants collection includes an Echeveria, an Aloe, and a Haworthia — potted in an assortment of our earthenware planters. Your plants’ heights may vary slightly. They come potted in our potting mix to increase plant health, longevity, and growth. These drought-tolerant plants love sunshine. We will do our best to match your collection to what is pictured. Planter shapes will vary collection to collection.
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The Sill Plant Promise
We guarantee our plants up to a year from purchase date.
Thrives in bright direct light, but can tolerate bright indirect light.
About every 2-3 weeks in full sun
When soil is completely dry and leaves start to wrinkle.
Normal to Dry
Think of a desert.
Origin: Arid climates and deserts
Did you know that not all succulents are related to one another? Succulent is an umbrella term used in the plant world to denote any plant that has adapted to survive in arid sunny conditions. Think: dry desert! Many different species have evolved to have similar drought-surviving adaptations. Some have evolved to be so similar, that they are often confused with one another — like cacti and euphorbias. Adaptations include thickened, waxy leaves, water-storing stems, self-shading mechanisms (such as spines), or an alternative form of photosynthesis (such as C4 or CAM).