2.5" Assorted Cacti/Succulent/Sansevieria/Jade/Gasteria/Haworthia
Sansevieria Hahnii, also known as the bird’s nest snake plant, is a variety of the Sansevieria species. These plants are known for their small, compact rosettes of leaves that resemble a bird’s nest. They are low maintenance and can tolerate low light conditions and infrequent watering, making them a great choice for a variety of indoor settings.
Add a touch of the hot desert to your home with our premium cacti! Full sun and very rare waterings will ensure you have success with this popular plant.
Growing echeverias in bright light helps them maintain their color and compact form.
Light: Requires large amounts of indirect light. The shape of your plant will indicate whether it is getting the right amount of sun. If the light is inadequate, it will elongate and stretch towards the closest light source.
Water: Allow soil to dry out between waterings. It is a drought-tolerant plant so never overwater.
Jade is an adaptable plant that can be featured as a houseplant, dish garden filler, or as a foundational, no-fuss shrub in a waterwise succulent garden, including toasty spots. Jade plant is a popular subject for bonsai treatment because of the inherent gnarly character of the thickened trunk and the ease with which it can be pruned and trained.
Crassula ovata 'Minima' is a dwarf cultivar of the Crassula ovata plant, commonly called the "baby jade" succulent. As its name suggests, it is a smaller version of the standard Crassula ovata plant, with smaller leaves and a more compact growth habit.
Crassula ovata is one of the more prevalent succulents on the market, and for a good reason! It's beautiful, accessible, and super low maintenance. Its fleshy leaves and thick stems characterize jade succulents.
Its colour does vary but is most commonly a deep green. You may notice that it develops red/purple edges with prolonged exposure to light. This is entirely normal! Jades are slow growers, but if cared for correctly, they can keep you company for decades. It is not uncommon to see a jade succulent that has been passed down several generations.
- This plant does best with consistent bright, indirect sunlight. A few hours of MORNING sun is beneficial, but avoid prolonged exposure to direct afternoon sunlight, as it can scorch their leaves.
- Anacampseros prefers low humidity. Avoid placing them in a humid environment.
- Water sparingly, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings. Bottom watering is recommended. Overwatering can lead to root rot.
- Cactus mix is best used when re-potting.
The Jade Minor Bambino is super easy to maintain and a cute plant to add to your collection. It loves bright, indirect light. Water when the soil is dry down about half way down the pot.
The Jade Horntree Bambino is super easy to maintain and a cute plant to add to your collection. It loves bright, indirect light. Water when the soil is dry down about half way down the pot.
Haworthia are small, rosette succulents that are very resistant and easy to care for. They occasionally grow as solitary plants, but will more often grow offsets that can be removed and shared with friends! Haworthia fasciata is one of the most common Haworthias and is known as Zebra Plant for its white, patterned leaves.
- Low Maintenance Rare Plant
- Light Preference/Tolerated (Bright Indirect Light, Medium Light, Low Light)
- Below Average Watering Needs
- Mature Height 12-15 inches
The Golden Hahnii Snake Plant is a dwarf variety of Sansevieria with broad, sword-shaped foliage with yellow and green stripes. The long, narrow leaves come to a point and grow in a rosette or bird’s nest formation. Snake Plant, also known as Mother-In-Law’s Tongue, is easy to grow and performs best with a certain degree of neglect.