Worldwide Shipping. Our nursery is located in Korea. you can buy rare succulents in our website directly.
Also to know is, are Korean succulents?
Korean succulents are the crossbred succulents from Korea. They are very vibrant and have a very appealing appearance. These are very similar to the other succulent hybrid; it’s just that they are very colorful and beautiful. These succulents are usually very popular among the people as they come from Korea.
Similarly, what are rare Korean succulents?
Pachyphytum cv Frevel from $24.99. Echeveria Silhouette from $19.99. Graptoveria Migum from $35.99. Echeveria Ice Green $21.99. Sedeveria Pink Ruby – Cluster $17.99.
How can I buy succulents from Korea to Philippines?
Low-water isn’t no-water
Well, newsflash—they need some water. Succulents like it when soil approaches dry before being watered. But what does this mean, you ask? It means you’ll likely be A-OK if, during dry times, if you water small pots about once a week and large pots about every two weeks.
Caring for succulents in Spring and Autumn caring is the simplest. Give them some sunlight without shading. Make sure you water them once a week, and the water goes through every inch of the soil. Using planters with the drainage hole would help you a lot.
Here are some of the plant characteristics to look for when identifying succulents:
- Leaf – shape, size and thickness.
- Color – of leaves, flowers or stems.
- Markings or bumps on the leaves.
- Flower – shape, color, number of blooms and petals.
- Stem – color, texture, length.
- Ciliate hairs.
- Epicuticular wax.
- Spikes, spines or smooth.
To receive plants from overseas you must have an Importing Permit. To send plants overseas is also required a Phytosanitary treatment which costs around $200 + Shipping.
Where to Buy Succulents
- Amazing Value Succulent Stores. Mountain Crest Gardens. The Succulent Source.
- Great Shipping Succulent Stores. Leaf & Clay. Amazon.
- Bulk Purchasing Succulent Stores. Succulent Gardens.
- Rare Finds Succulent Stores. Planet Desert.
Echeveria Blue Sky Succulent
A very attractive succulent with rosettes that can reach up to 6-inches in diameter, and has bluish-green leaves with a touch of soft pink along the margins. Its leaves are coated in thick farina, giving this plant a soft powdery look and allowing it to tolerate full sun.