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  • Hanging Basket Succulent Cuttings x 20 Different Types No Pots Drought Hardy Cascading Plants Succulents for Border Rockery Patio Balcony Sunny Indoor Garden

Hanging Basket Succulent Cuttings x 20 Different Types No Pots Drought Hardy Cascading Plants Succulents for Border Rockery Patio Balcony Sunny Indoor Garden

  • Product Code: cuttings-hanging-basket-20-no-pots-plants
  • Availability: 3333
  • $39.95


  • 5 or more $39.45

A great collection of 20 Different Hanging Basket Succulent Cuttings. No Pots.  SUcculents are quite Drought Hardy Plants.  For garden, pot, balcony, rockery, groundcover, patio etc.

      Sorry not for Western Australia or Tasmania & Northern Territory.     

You will receive a random mix of over
20
Different varieties of hanging basket succulent cuttings. 

ALL CUTTTINGS WILL BE BIG ENOUGH TO EASILY GROW
at least one healthy plant.

 

Succulents can tolerate fairly long periods of dryness.
Some varieties can last years between waterings.

It is like Christmas in a box.

 

The Picture in this listing are of different succulent varieties we have sold over the years.  Occasionally we sell out of some varieties for a while. If this happens we will replace it with a similar succulent types.

Succulents are very easy to grow from cuttings and offsets. I literally just stick the cuttings into a well drained potting mix in flower pots and then just keep them lightly moist for a few months so that they grow roots. 

Tough, Hardy and easy to grow.

This listing is for 20 different types of Succulent cuttings that will all be large enough to grow at least one healthy plant from.

Succulents grow easily from cuttings.

You simply fill your pots to the brim, make a hole in the potting mix with a stick or similar to half the depth of the cutting, insert the cutting and firm the potting mix around it and water in well.

Then place pots in a position where they get good sunlight but no afternoon sun in summer.

Keep them lightly moist and only water when starting to dry out. If they do dry out they will not die in a hurry but it takes them longer to get roots.

They should only take 3 months to grow roots enough to be able to be planted into your garden or larger pots if you want. They can stay in their pots for a long time.

Fertilize with slow release or liquid fertilizer as per direction any time from 2 months onwards.

Have Fun.

Warning.

Succulent Addiction can occur. I innocently started with one :-)
 

Plant pick-up also available 
By appointment only
Croydon Victoria

 

We work hard ensuring our plant descriptions and notes are as accurate as possible, but accept no responsibility for errors.

Please let us know if you find errors or have information that will improve our descriptions.

Not for Tasmania, Northern Territory or Western Australia



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