Leaf & Clay® is arguably the best place to buy succulents online and they always place customers’ satisfaction first. Leaf & Clay® also have wholesale succulents and cactus for sale, which is ideal for those looking for where to buy succulents in bulk.
Then, where does the succulent source ship from?
From our private licensed nursery in southern California, we ship 1000?s of succulent plants weekly, to everywhere in the US (only), all year long!
Hereof, where is succulent market located?
Are succulents sold year round?
Succulents are typically grown for their year-round vibrant colors and interesting textures, but their flowers can provide seasonal interest as well! With a little planning, you can enjoy year-round blooms in your succulent landscape by choosing plants for their flowering time.
- Remove Some Leaves or Behead. Randomly remove a few leaves from your succulent plant, twisting gently to remove the entire leaf without tearing. …
- Callus Off. Set the cuttings aside in any type of container or tray. …
- Grow Roots. Watch for the growth of roots over the next few weeks. …
- Plant. …
- Water and Feed.
Succulents are hardy plants and can stay about 10-14 days in the box. Some types of succulents can stay up to 3 months without water and some specific types of succulents won’t go longer than 10-14 days without light, so in general, succulents can stay in the box for 10-14 days.
Will my succulents freeze when shipped in the winter? Hardy succulents will ship just fine all winter long. For Soft Succulents, we try to ensure all orders arrive in 3 days or less when shipping to extra cold areas. For extra protection, low cost 72 hour heat packs are available for purchase here.
To air-dry succulents, you’ll need to gently remove your entire plant from its existing dirt to get started. You’ll then trim the roots, rinse it thoroughly, dry it with tissue, and set it out to air dry it for a few to several days.