Bonnie Plants® 12-pack Succulent Assortment in Grower Pots
12PK | 3.5-inch | $72.99
Succulent lovers, rejoice! With Bonnie Plants® 12-Pack Succulent Assortment in Grower Pots, your favorite plants can add style and beauty to every room in your home—or in all your outdoor entertaining spaces. Even if you’re new to the houseplant craze, these easy-to-grow succulents instantly turn your thumb green. The pre-planted collection of curated succulents look great livening up interiors or adding interest to garden spaces. With a dozen succulents, there’s plenty of plants for every sunny space. Group them together in a pretty arrangement or space the plants apart on a porch or living room shelf.
Your succulent collection includes an assortment of plants chosen from the following varieties: Echeveria Perle Von Nurnberg, Echeveria Topsy Turvy, Echeveria Debbie, Echeveria Blue Prince, Echeveria Agavoides, Echeveria Red Sky, Crassula Jade, Crassula Baby Jade, or Haworthia Big Band. You’ll love the texture and foliage colors of these cuties, which range from blue-gray to emerald-green to pink-hued, with some varieties sporting colorful edges. Protect succulents from cold temperatures, and make sure to move outdoor succulents inside before the first frost. The succulents prefer sandy, well-drained soil. Let the soil dry out between waterings: succulents dislike soggy soil. Add high-quality Bonnie Plants® Succulent Assortment live plants to your home or garden space for an instant addition of color and brightness. You’ll be off to a great start growing succulents!
Some Bonnie Plants varieties may not be available in your local area, due to different variables in certain regions. Also, if any variety is a limited, regional variety it will be noted on the pertinent variety page.
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