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The Box: Succulents Box
- 1 Plant – $5/mo
- 2 Plants – $10/mo
- 3 Plants – $15/mo
- 4 Plants – $20/mo
Ships to: US ($5 per box)
Includes: Live succulent plants (air plants are also available for $5/mo)
This review is for the 4 Plants Per Month subscription which is $20 per month plus $5 shipping in the US.
Each Succulents Box includes a care guide as well as a mini card for each succulent.
All of the plants arrive in bubble wrap to ensure a safe arrival.
The June 2019 Succulents Box for 4 plants includes the following four succulents:
- Tiger Tooth
- Blue Atoll
Keep reading for details on each plant!
Blue Atoll Echevaria
Echeveria ‘Blue Atoll’ is an evergreen succulent which forms a pretty rosette packed with lovely blue-green leaves. In spring, it grows 8″ stems which bloom small orange and yellow flowers.
Echeveria Melaco Brown Rose also features a rosette shape and grows up to 6″ tall in diameter. The brownish-red rosette has a green center which makes this succulent unique and interesting! Upon bloom, it bears bell-shaped orange flowers.
Haworthia Cymbiformis Var. Obtusa
Haworthia Cymbiformis Var. Obtusa is one of the many variations of Haworthia cymbiformis. It’s has dense rosettes which grow up to 6″ in diameter. The stunning vibrant green leaves that look like molded glass and are soft and squishy upon touch while the leaf tips are obtuse or rounded. This succulent bears pale pink flowers with brownish-green veins on 8″ stems.
Tiger Tooth Aloe Juvenna
Tiger Tooth Aloe – Aloe Juvenna is native to Kenya and has bright green leaves which sport toothy spikes and spots giving the plant an intriguing appearance. This succulent can grow up to 12″ tall and bears salmon pink and orange-red flowers.
I really liked this month’s variety of succulents. It included some that I’ve not seen before that are definitely unique! I have a part-shade spot on my back porch that will be perfect for these- I can’t wait to see them start growing and blooming! It’s nice that Succulents Box includes easy-to-follow care instructions so you don’t have to have any experience gardening to have success with these low maintenance plants! At $20 for the box of four succulents plus $5 shipping cost ($25 total), the cost of each plant breaks down to $6.25 which I feel is reasonable considering the unique varieties included and that they’re shipped to my door. I highly recommend Succulents Box if you’re into plants (or would like to be!).
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