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415.00
  • Graptoveria, is a cross between Echeveria and Graptopetalum, two outstanding succulents. Graptoveria ‘Bashful’ is just as delightful with its blushing appeal. Try growing Bashful Graptoveria in combination with other succulents for a vacation-friendly blend of interesting houseplants.
  • Graptoveria ‘Bashful.’ This ground-hugging rosette form is an easy-to-grow, low-maintenance plant that stands in for a flower with its form and color.
  • Water needs only moderate watering when Established Keep in direct sun, water in morning, and water only when soil is fully dry
  • Plant Will Be given with free Plastic Pot
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290.00
  • Also known as flapjack paddle plant. this succulent kalanchoe plant has with thick, rounded, paddle-shaped leaves.
  • The plant is also known as Red pancake because the leaves frequently take on a reddish or deep pink tint during the winter.
  • Water needs only moderate watering when established Keep in direct sun, water in morning, and water only when soil is fully dry
  • When watering indoor plants, allow the pot to drain completely before replacing the plant on its drainage saucer. Never over water, as kalanchoe, like all succulents, is prone to rot in soggy soil.
  • Plant will be given With Free Plastic Pot
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475.00
  • Aeonium Garnet is a hybrid created by Jack Catlin by crossing Aeonium Schwarzkopf and Aeonium tabuliforme.
  • This plant works well in containers, alone, or combined with other succulents.
  • The leaves of Aeoniums are typically rounded and arranged in rosettes around center hubs at the end of stems.
  • Aeoniums are fleshy leaved succulents that grow in a pronounced rosette shape.
  • Plant Will Be Given With Free Plastic Pot
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265.00
  • Aloe vera is a succulent plant species of the genus Aloe. The plant is stemless or very short-stemmed with thick, greenish, fleshy leaves that fan out from the plant’s central stem. The margin of the leaf is serrated with small teeth.
  • Before you buy an aloe, note that you’ll need a location that offers bright, indirect sunlight (or artificial sunlight). Direct sunlight can dry out the plant too much and turn its fleshy leaves yellow, so you may need to water more often if your aloe lives in an especially sunny spot.
  • Aloe vera plants are succulents, so use a well-draining potting mix, such as those made for cacti and succulents. Do not use gardening soil. A good mix should contain perlite, lava rock, chunks of bark, or all three.
  • Water aloe vera plants deeply, but infrequently. In other words, the soil should feel moist after watering, but should be allowed to dry out to some extent before you water again. If the soil stays overly wet, the plant’s roots can rot.
  • Mature aloe vera plants occasionally produce a tall flower spike—called an inflorescence—from which dozens of tubular yellow or red blossoms appear. This certainly adds another level of interest to the already lovely aloe!

 

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390.00
  • If you are looking to fill your home with festive, indoor plants for the holiday season, Christmas cacti make a great addition to your House Décor. They bloom right in time for Christmas and are stunning to look at when they flower. Set them in an east-facing window and watch their green hanging branches bloom with red, white, yellow, pink or purple flowers. Luckily, these plants are easy to maintain and their blooming period is long-lasting, over the course of a several weeks.
  • Christmas cactus may be known under various names (like Thanksgiving cactus or Easter cactus), the scientific name for Christmas cactus, Schlumbergera bridgessii, remains the same – while other plants may differ. This popular, winter-flowering houseplant makes a great addition to nearly any indoor setting. Christmas cactus is not only easy to care for but propagates easily too,
  • The Christmas cactus is a very popular houseplant—and for good reason! When they bloom, they produce colorful, tubular flowers in pink or lilac colors. Their beautiful flowers, long bloom time, and easy care requirements make them a wonderful plant. We’ll bet someone in your family has a Christmas cactus!
  • Plant Will Be Given With Free Plastic Pot.
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350.00
  • Corpuscularia lehmannii is a popular succulent plant with thick leaves that grow in opposing pairs
  • Corpuscularia lehmannii “Ice Plant” has typical watering needs for a succulent. It’s best to use the “soak and dry” method,
  • Corpuscularia lehmannii “Ice Plant” grows wonderfully in container gardens, rock gardens, and hanging baskets.
  • It does well indoors and is great for beginners.
  • Plant Will Be Given with Free Plastic Pot
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250.00
  • Crassula ovata. Jade plants are succulents with fleshy foliage
  • Gollum Jade, also known as Crassula Ovata or “Money Plant”, is a small shrubby succulent
  • Crassula ovata, commonly known as jade plant, lucky plant, money plant or money tree, is a succulent plant with small pink or white flowers
  • Crassula ovata, commonly known as jade plant, lucky plant, money plant or money tree, is a succulent plant with small pink or white flowers that is native to the KwaZulu-Natal and Eastern Cape provinces of South Africa, and Mozambique; it is common as a houseplant worldwide
  • Crassula ovata Gollum is a fun and fashionable variety of Crassula. It is smaller and more compact than the standard variety. Its leaves are a fascinating slender, tubular shape, ending in red tips that look like suction cups.
  • Plant Will Be Given With Free Plastic Pot
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275.00
  • Crassula ovata, commonly known as jade plant, lucky plant, money plant or money tree, is a succulent plant with small pink or white flowers that is native to the KwaZulu-Natal and Eastern Cape provinces of South Africa, and Mozambique.
  • Crassula Ovata Plant is a Popular Good Luck Charm
  • Live Lucky Plant For Home & Office
  • Plant Will Be Given With Free Plastic Pot
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375.00
  • “String of Buttons” is a shrub succulent. It grows well indoors, and does well in terrariums. The triangle-shaped leaves grow opposite each other and spiral around the stem, causing it to look stacked. The gray-green leaves may have a pinkish tint to the edges if given enough light. Look for pale yellow flowers in the spring.
  • Crassula perforata “String of Buttons” is an easy-to-care-for succulent, perfect for beginners and indoor growing It is fast growing
  • They have small, tight leaves that appear to spiral around their stem.
  • “String of Buttons” has typical watering needs for a succulent. It’s best to use the “soak and dry” method, and allow the soil to dry out completely between waterings.
  • The plant grows straight up at first, then sprawls and appears to spill out of the pot as it matures. They can grow upto over 1 ft. (30cm) long.
  • Plant Will Be Given With Free Plastic Pot
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