Succulents are the perfect houseplant because they are low-maintenance & do great indoors. Perennial succulents (hens and chicks) are perennials for our zone (zone 4), so they can also be enjoyed in landscapes. Succulent plants are known for their thick, leathery leaves. The water stored in their leaves allow succulents to survive in dry climates with little water.
Our succulent stock is ever changing, so you’re always in for a treat! You’ll find succulents in ceramic pots, dish gardens, & as projects at our workshops! They also make a GREAT gift for anyone in your life!
Cacti, like succulents, store water in their fleshy core. Great news, they are low-maintenance, too! Enjoy larger cactus in a ceramic pot or plant up a few in a glass terrarium!
Air plants (Tillandsias) don’t need soil to grow! They are native to South America, and grow in trees by anchoring their small roots to branches. Air plants look beautiful in glass containers or mounted to pieces of wood. When you take an air plant home, be sure to display it in a place that has bright, indirect light and give it a mist of water once a week. You can also soak air plants in water for an hour, once a week.
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