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Terrariums Kits and Succulent pots

It was not long ago that succulents were relegated to the far end of the display bench at garden centres. Today their popularity has grown. They appear in top fashion houses, in wedding displays and favours, all over social media and used by interior designers


They have the ability to thrive on low maintenance because they store water in their leaves. 

Succulents can be grown indoors or outdoors. Outdoors they generally need about 6 hours of bright sunlight each day. Protect from frost and prolonged rain. However, indoors, you'll want to place your succulents near a window that gets light all day. Never over water and always keep soil on the dry side

Terrariums Kits

We now supply terrariums in kit form to enable us to deliver terrariums nationwide. Kits are posted 1st class Royal Mail 

18cm terrarium bowls can also be posted in kit form or delivered locally already planted up. Kits are posted second class Royal Mail  


Because such small plants are required  to fit in the terrariums all succulents are grown in our greenhouses. These glass terrariums can be hung or stood on a flat surface


Succulent pots

Echeveria are a very popular succulent plant. They grow into an attractive rosette shape, in a variety of beautiful colours and often produce stunning flowers. Each ceramic pot contains a single succulent plant and comes with a small bamboo dish to protect surfaces from any possible water damage. To enable us to deliver nationally these pots will come in kit form ready to be planted once receive

Succulent planters and lanterns

As with all our arrangements the planters can only be delivered in kit form to ensure they arrive safely and undamaged. On the day of dispatch we pick the best of the days succulents from our greenhouses, so plants may vary slightly from those shown in the photos. If you have a preference to colours you would like then just drop us an email and we will try our best to accommodate you

Beautifully presented and delivered locally by us or posted nationally in kit form


*ADDITIONAL INFORMATION* - The succulent plants will not want to be in the box for any longer than 3/4 days before they will need some natural light. Once opened they can remain unplanted for a couple more days.  We are happy to delay posting if this helps

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