HOW TO ORDER
Using the options above:
- Choose your Colors: Select Assorted Colors for maximum variety, or select Customized Colors and check only the tones you want.
- Choose your Shapes: Select a mix of low-growing rosettes and vertical-growing stemmed varieties, or rosettes only.
- Select the Number of plants you want in the tray: 20 is the minimum; 50+ saves you 10% or more!
- Quantity is the total number of identical trays you want. Most customers will leave this at 1.
- Colors will appear greener when delivered; plants must be given up to a week in bright light to recover from shipping.
- Photos are sample only; colors and varieties may vary depending on the season.
- We cannot take specific variety requests; all varieties are grower's choice.
- Most trays will include repeats.
- Plants are unlabeled.
- Made to order: Get the assortment of shapes and color tones you want, in the quantity you need
- Great diversity of plants: Includes both hardy and soft succulents of many genera
- Countless uses: Decorations, favors, potted arrangements, mini gardens, centerpieces, and much more
- Detailed care guide included: We'll help you get started, even if you're new to succulents
- Great savings: Wholesale prices that just get better the more you order; see below for discount specifics
- Rooted in individual pots: Ready to transplant or resell. Most will ship without a plastic carrier tray. Plants can be kept in 2" pots for several weeks with proper care (learn more)
Bulk Tray (2.0" Pots)
Recommended Light Conditions
Bright Indoor Light
Recommended Light Conditions
Filtered / Partial Sun
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- Climate: Hardy succulents grow outdoors in zones 5-10. Soft succulents grow outdoors in zones 9-12 (what's my zone?)
- Where to Grow: In-ground or potted, hardy succulents thrive outdoors in partial to full sun and tolerate both snow and drought. Soft succulents can grow outdoors in the zones listed above, but also do well indoors in bright rooms. For specific light needs, refer to individual category descriptions
- Acclimation: Allow about 2 weeks to gradually transition from bright shade to partial sun after delivery (learn more)
- Transplanting: We recommend transplanting within 1-2 weeks. If necessary, plants can stay in original pots for several weeks with proper care (learn more)
- Soil: Use sandy, 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 rosette varieties by removing offsets (chicks) and transplanting. For stemmed-varieties, cut off top 2" or more, let cutting dry 3-5 days, then plant. Follow our Guide to Propagating Cuttings
- Color: Succulents can change colors due to sunlight, season, temperature, and water (learn more)
- Complete Succulent Care Guide
- Rosettes Varieties: 1.75"W - 2.5"W
- Stemmed Varieties: 1.0"H - 3.0"H
- Plastic Pots: 2.0"L x 2.0"W x 2.0"H