- Hand-picked selection: 25 species or cultivars of hardy succulents such as Sempervivum (Hens & Chicks) and Sedum (Stonecrop). Varieties will repeat if you order multiple trays
- Grow outdoors almost anywhere: Frost & cold hardy (-20F), low maintenance, and drought tolerant, hardy succulents can survive outdoors year-round
- Plant names included: ID sheet includes the exact genus and species/cultivar
- Countless uses: Rock gardens, container plantings, living walls and roofs, mini gardens, favors, and much more
- Detailed care guide included: We'll help you get started even if you're new to succulents
- Ready to plant or re-sell: Well-established roots make these plants simple to transplant and easy to grow. When removed from carrier tray, plants can be kept in original pots for several weeks with proper care
- Great savings: Approximate retail value of 25 individual pots is $99.75
PLEASE NOTE: Colors and varieties will be similar to photo, but may vary depending on the season
Zone 5 (-20F)
Recommended Light Conditions
Recommended Light Conditions
Filtered / Partial Sun
Bulk Tray (2.0" Pots)
THIS PLANT IS HARDY IN ZONES 5 - 10
WHAT IS MY HARDINESS ZONE?
- Climate: Zone 5 - 10. Protect from heavy rain (what's my zone?)
- Where to Grow: Hardy succulents thrive outdoors in full sun with afternoon shade. Good for both containers and in-ground. Long-term indoor growing possible in areas with 10+ hours of direct sun, but plants may stretch and fade (learn more)
- Acclimation: Allow about two weeks to gradually transition from bright shade to partial sun after delivery
- Transplanting: We recommend transplanting within 1-2 weeks. If removed from carrier tray, plants can stay in original pots for several weeks with proper care
- Soil: Use gritty, well-draining soil to promote root growth and prevent rot, e.g. a cactus or succulent potting mix from your local garden center
- Watering: Water deeply and only when the soil is completely dry. Actual frequency varies by location, container, soil, and season
- Containers: Use any kind of container, but drainage holes are recommended (learn more)
- Propagation: Propagate Sempervivum by removing offsets (chicks) and transplanting. Stemmed Sedum will re-root from stem cuttings.
- Color: Hardy succulents can change colors several times throughout the year; peak color is usually spring and/or fall
- Blooms: Depending on variety, Sempervivum usually bloom every 2-5 years. Bloom stalk is 6"-12" with multiple pink flowers. Once a mother hen blooms, it dies, but its chicks will carry on for future years. Sedum can bloom year after year, often in summer.
- Complete Succulent Care Guide
- Rosettes: 1.75"W - 2.5"W
- Stemmed Varieties: 1.0"H - 3.0"H
- Plastic Pots: 2.0"L x 2.0"W
- Plastic Carrier Tray: 10.0"L x 10.0"W x 1.5"H
- Maximum Mature Rosette Size: 3.0"W - 8.0"W
- Maximum Mature Cluster Size: 12.0"W
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