Our bulk succulent trays are quite simply the best succulent value on the web. They offer great variety, top quality, and affordable prices for events, large arrangements, landscaping projects, and more. Anybody can order our wholesale succulents; we do not require a special retail account.
Many people prefer to buy bulk succulents when they’re planning a large display, but it’s also the best way to get enough succulents to give out as thank you gifts or party favors. Our bulk succulent selection includes many combinations of some of our best plants, so take a look and find a mix that you think you will love.
What size and quantity do I need?
The plants in our wholesale trays come in three sizes. From smallest to largest they are:
- Mini plugs (0.75"W – 1.25"W plants)
- Regular plugs (1.0"W – 1.5"W plants)
- 2in containers (1.75"W – 2.5"W plants)
For small pots, it’s best to pick plants that are the same width as the containers. Your arrangements will have a full look as soon as they’re planted if you use enough plants to cover the whole area of the container. If you choose smaller or fewer plants, you’ll need extra soil to fill the pot and may want a Top Dressing to cover the exposed soil, but the plants will grow to fill the space over time. For more detail on the size and quantity of plants needed to fill pots of various sizes, look to our Pot Sizing Video.
Which tray should I get?
You’ll find some of our trays highlight a single genus of plants, others are labeled "soft" or "hardy", and some are mixed assortments. Assortments give the most variety of shapes and colors. "Soft" succulents are not frost-tolerant but can live indoors during the colder months. "Hardy" succulents grow outdoors and can tolerate temperatures down to at least -20F. Below, you’ll find a quick rundown of the common plant types you’ll find featured in our wholesale trays.
Echeveria: This is a popular choice for weddings and showers as they grow in a classic rosette shape and most types have soft, pastel tones. These types are not frost hardy, but they grow well indoors near a sunny window. They’re also easy to propagate at home!
Sempervivum (Hens & Chicks): Get the sweet rosette shape but with frost hardiness down to -20F. These are outdoor plants, many with earth tones that change with the seasons. To keep Sempervivum indoors temporarily, place them near sunny windows or directly under a grow light.
Sempervivum heuffelii: A twist on the classic Hens & Chicks, this type is super hardy to -30F, travels well, and holds vibrant jewel tones year-round. This is also an outdoor variety and needs bright sun or a grow light if kept indoors temporarily.
Sedum (Stonecrop): Available seasonally (spring and summer), this stemmed-grower pairs well with the rosette types and makes a great ground cover or "spiller" in container arrangements. These spreading outdoor plants are frost hardy to -30F and show their best colors when grown in full sun.