Easy to Plant, Compatible Varieties, DIY Arrangements
MCG Succulent Trifecta™ Kits help you create beautiful and fully compatible arrangements of three succulents. Standard kits include three 2.0" potted plants, one cup of extra soil, and an optional 4.0" plastic pot at no extra cost (4.0" or larger containers are recommended for transplanting). Build-Your-Own kits are à la carte; plants and accessories are added to cart one at a time at the price shown.
Succulent arrangements make the ultimate gift or DIY project. They lend themselves well both to small table arrangements for desks and to larger centerpieces for weddings and other events. These low-maintenance succulents allow you to grow colorful, long-lasting arrangements of living plants. We'll help you pick varieties that go best together for long-term health and tasteful design! And with over 25 years of experience shipping mail order succulents everywhere in the US from Los Angeles to NYC, you can be sure they'll be delivered to your door in great condition.
Caring for succulent arrangements is relatively easy. Specific care instructions for each arrangement are listed on their product pages, but the general guidelines below will help you keep all succulent arrangements thriving.
When growing succulents indoors, good placement can make all the difference in plant health and appearance. Green varieties tend to tolerate the lowest light levels. To keep colorful varieties vibrant, we recommend placing them near a bright window or under a dedicated grow light. Use gritty soil and pots with drainage holes to prevent standing water and rot. To water, drench the plant deeply enough for water to run out the pot's drainage hole. Leave to dry in a sunny spot with great airflow and only water again when the soil is fully dry and the leaves just start to feel flexible.
Frost hardy succulents like Sempervivum (Hens & Chicks) and Sedum grow best outdoors. Keep these arrangements in partial to full sun and protect from heavy rains. The combination of high heat, drought, and full sun can cause permanent succulent sunburns, so try to shade your arrangements on particularly hot, summer afternoons. As with indoor succulents, use well-draining pots / soil, and only water when the soil is dry and the leaves start to feel flexible.
Succulents can thrive tightly packed together in a pot, but if they're starting to overflow, you can transplant them into a larger container. They also take well to regular pruning and re-rooting, which keeps them tidy and compact.
Need help? Watch our Succulent Trifecta intro video.