Collection: SUCCULENT

Succulent

Succulents have to be one of the most valuable, beautiful, and tragically underappreciated categories of tropical plant. Like cacti, with which they are often confused, succulents are water-wise plants that have evolved to flourish in some of the harshest environments on Earth. They are native to every continent except Antarctica, and come in more captivating shapes, sizes, and colors than most any other type of plant. They’re also virtually unkillable, so tolerant and easygoing that many succulents are said to “thrive on neglect”. With their intriguing style, impressive indestructibility, and vast range of forms, there’s an ideal succulent for everyone.

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Succulent

Succulents have to be one of the most valuable, beautiful, and tragically underappreciated categories of tropical plant. Like cacti, with which they are often confused, succulents are water-wise plants that have evolved to flourish in some of the harshest environments on Earth. They are native to every continent except Antarctica, and come in more captivating shapes, sizes, and colors than most any other type of plant. They’re also virtually unkillable, so tolerant and easygoing that many succulents are said to “thrive on neglect”. With their intriguing style, impressive indestructibility, and vast range of forms, there’s an ideal succulent for everyone.

Succulents - beautiful tropical and dessert plants for indoors and outdoors

Succulents are wildly popular in the plant trade—and why wouldn’t they be? Thanks to their unique leaves, unusual shapes, and sometimes breathtaking flowers, they’re always interesting and often gorgeous. They’re impossibly tough, determined to hang in there no matter how many times you forget to water them … again. And they come in all sorts of amazing forms, from the boldly regal Red Cathedral “Cactus”, Euphorbia Trigona ‘Rubra’ (even the people who name plants often confuse cacti and succulents) to the understatedly elegant Lavender Scallops Kalanchoe.

It's like having your own tropical plant nursery…

Succulents are almost always easy to care for in the home, just as long as you don’t “over-mother” them. As a rule, they prefer bright light, even full sun in all but the hottest locations, temperatures above 50°F, and gritty, quick-draining soil that is allowed to dry out substantially between waterings. Succulents have few pest or disease problems as long as they’re not stressed by overwatering. Plus, many are easy to propagate via cuttings or offshoots. They truly are the unsung heroes of the houseplant trade. 

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