- Hand-picked selection: 25 different soft and hardy succulents from genera such as Echeveria, Haworthia, Sedum, Sempervivum, Crassula, and many more
- Assorted shapes and colors: sample the incredible diversity of succulents
- Names included: Every tray includes a legend identifying each exact species or cultivar
- Both indoor and outdoor varieties: Frost-hardy Sempervivum and Sedum thrive outdoors year-round. Most Soft Succulents grow well indoors, or outdoors in warm climates.
- Countless uses: Favors, decorations, 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: 53% off the approximate retail value of 25 individual pots
- Rooted in individual pots: Ready to transplant or resell. When removed from carrier tray, plants can be kept in pots for several weeks with proper care (learn more)
PLEASE NOTE: Photos are sample only; colors and varieties will be similar, but may vary depending on the season. Varieties will repeat if you order multiple trays.
Recommended Light Conditions
Bright Indoor Light
Recommended Light Conditions
Filtered / Partial Sun
Bulk Tray (2.0" Pots)
- Climate: Hardy succulents grow outdoors in zone 5-10. Soft succulents grow outdoors in zone 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: Only water when the soil is 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. 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"H - 3"H
- Plastic Pots: 2.0"L x 2"W x 2"H
- Plastic Tray: 20"L x 10"W x 2.25"H
Buy 2+ and save. Discount applied in cart. You can mix and match with other succulent trays!
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