We ship hundreds of orders weekly from California. We rarely have any complaints about the condition of the plants when they arrive. In fact, we actually get lots of feedback from customers who are surprised at how great they look upon arrival.
One may also ask, is succulent box good?
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. The bright blue packaging on the outside of the box was super cute too!
Then, how do you make a succulent box?
How long does succulent box take to deliver?
Where is succulent market located?
Is there a plant of the month club?
Plant of the Month Club
Looking for the perfect way to send love to a friend or family member? Treat them to a couple months of expertly arranged and potted plants from 1-800-Flowers. The Plant of the Month Club has options for 3, 6, or 12 months of deliveries, and each plant comes with a decorative planter.
How do I cancel my subscription to succulent studios?
How To Cancel Succulent Studios On The Company Website
- Visit the Succulent Studios website.
- Sign in to your account.
- Go to your Account page.
- Click on CANCEL SUBSCRIPTION.
What type of soil should be used for succulents?
Succulents need soil that drains, so regular potting soil—or dirt from your yard—won’t do. Choose cactus soil or mix potting soil with sand, pumice, or perlite. Succulent roots are very fragile so be gentle when repotting.
How long can a succulent live without soil?
Seedling succulents should not be allowed to sit with exposed roots. However, many mature succulents can have exposed roots for up to a week while you allow the roots to dry out and prepare them for replanting.
How do you water succulents in a box?
Generally, simply check the top of the soil, if it’s completely dry, it’s time to water. Make sure to thoroughly soak the soil until water drains out of the drainage hole at the bottom of the container. Then give the soil some time to dry out. Don’t water it again until the soil becomes completely dry.
How do you pack succulents for moving?
If there are no restrictions about moving your succulents in their pots, soil and all, you can wrap each plant, pot, and soil in two or more layers of newspaper and pack them, right side up, into cartons provided by the movers—large plants on the bottom, progressively smaller and lighter ones on top.