Succulents can safely be sent through the mail. Still, if you are mailing plants from one country to another, you should contact the Plant Protection Division of the Department of Agriculture for their country to find out what the guidelines are about what plants you are allowed to mail and where you can send them.
Similarly, what do you do when you receive succulents in the mail?
Keeping this in consideration, how do I cancel my succulent subscription?
Visit the Succulent Studios website. Sign in to your account. Go to your Account page. Click on CANCEL SUBSCRIPTION.
What is the best way to ship succulents?
In fact, according to the USPS mailing code, most plants are mailable within the United States, as long as the USDA does not prohibit them. Just make sure that you’re gentle with the plant as you remove it from the soil. … Package and ship the plant as soon as possible.
First, place all new plants in a spot of moderate temperatures (65-75) in good light (but out of hot, noon day sun) for a day or two until they adjust from shipping. Next, move plants to their permanent location and allow them to acclimate to their new home for about a week.
A plant can survive in the mail for 7 full days of shipping without any problems. Some plants can live up to 2 weeks. To ensure that your plant doesn’t dehydrate and begin to lose leaves, keep shipment below 7 days.
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.
Overall Consensus. Overall, we’re super happy with our Succulent Box! The plants look healthy and didn’t arrive with any kind of damage. We loved all the extra touches that the box came with, like the succulent identification cards and the care instructions.