Check Out This Month's Featured Plants

🥰 Members who have a membership for "small" plants got a FREE upgrade this month to larger plants! 🥰

 

If your membership was for either 4 small or 6 small plants, you will find this month's selection below.

String of Pearls

This month our monthly members got a free upgrade to a 2.5 inch String of Pearls plant! This is our most popular plant at Succy Crafts and for good reason... Just look at that trailing goodness 🤤🤤

Curio Rowleyanus 'String of Pearls' is a must-have for your succulent garden. One of the most popular trailing succulents in our opinion here at Succy Crafts. Perfect for hanging planters or to add a spilling effect to your succulent arrangements. String of pearls are perfectly round and green and grow on a long thin string-like stem. If planted in your succulent garden they will grow as a ground cover. All succulent lovers should have a pot full of “String of Pearls” in their succulent collection.

Native to: South Africa, Namibia

Zone: 9-11

Hardiness: tender soft succulent - will not tolerate frost

Recommended light conditions: full sun to partial shade

Bloomtime: Spring

Bloomcolor: White


Little Jewel

Pachyveria Glauca 'Little Jewel' is one of our personal favorites here at Succy Crafts. This versatile plant offers stunning colors and contrast that will liven up any arrangement or craft project. Their color is sea green with a coat of white powder that the succulent naturally creates to protect itself from extreme full sunlight called farina. Their leaves are long and pointy and the tips turn pink in the cold season. What makes this succulent unique is the print that the leaves create as they grow. The pattern it creates gives this succulent unique leaf markings that make it look like the surface of a gem or jewel. Irresistible to any succulent collector.

Native to: North America

Zone: 10

Hardiness: tender soft succulent - will not tolerate frost

Recommended light conditions: full sun to partial shade

Bloomtime: Spring

Bloomcolor: orange


Echeveria Pulidonis

Echeveria Pulidonis is a powdery light green colored succulent with pink margins on their leaves. They grow big rosettes with long plump leaves. This versatile plant offers stunning colors and contrast that will liven up any arrangement or craft project.
 

ZONE: 9b, 10, 11, 12

Hardiness: tender soft succulent - will not tolerate frost


Mystery Echeveria

Echeveria plants which are one of the most popular succulent varieties These varieties are succulents that can do well indoors (with appropriate lighting), with watering being very sparse (1-2 light waterings per month).

These rosettes will come in a variety of colors and textures.

Native to: North America

Zone: 10

Hardiness: tender soft succulent - will not tolerate frost

Recommended light conditions: full sun to partial shade

Bloomtime: Spring/Summer

Bloomcolor: Assorted

 

Sempervivum Hens and Chicks

Sempervivum Hens and Chicks, is native to high altitudes of France and Italy, it grows a very symmetrical hen house of rosettes. It boasts blue-green leaves with reddish-purple margins. An super offsetter, hence the "hen n' chicks" nickname! They are tolerant of cold like few other succulents. We recommend you plant them in clusters, while landscaping or in your favorite succy pot!

 

Native to: France, Italy

Zone: 3-10

Hardiness: Very hardy and can tolerate extreme cold

Recommended light conditions: full sun to partial shade

Bloomtime: Summer

Bloomcolor: various colors


Mystery Haworthia

Haworthias are what we consider the most beginner friendly sucuclent. They are by far the easiest genus to care for when it comes to succulents. They require little light and very sparse watering. These make great indoor succulents for anyone keeping plants inside.

These plants will come in a variety of colors and textures.

Zone: 5-11

Hardiness: tender soft succulent - will not tolerate frost

Recommended light conditions: bright indirect

Bloomtime: late Winter through early Summer

Bloom Color: various

If your membership was for either 2 medium or 4 medium plants, you will find this month's selection below.

String of Tears

Senecio Herreianus "String of Tears" also known as "String of Raindrops" or "String of Beads" is a popular trailing succulent. This plant grows long flexible stems/strands with chubby "Tear" shaped leaves. A delicate leaf window runs through the center of its leaves, this is how the plant absorbs sunlight. A perfect succulent to display in hanging baskets or tall containers to let grow nice and long. Best to keep this plant out of direct sunlight to keep healthy and bright green.

 

Native to: South Africa, Namibia

Zone: 9-11

Hardiness: tender soft succulent - will not tolerate frost

Recommended light conditions: full sun to partial shade

Bloomtime: Spring

Bloomcolor: white

 

Sedeveria Blue Elf

The Sedeveria 'Blue Elf' is a bright blue succulent with pink tips that appear in the cold season and in full sun. Their rosettes are round and tight. They offset easily all year round. This versatile plant offers stunning colors and contrast that will liven up any arrangement or craft project.

 

Native to: South Africa, Madagascar

Zone: 10

Hardiness: tender soft succulent - will not tolerate frost

Recommended light conditions: full sun to partial shade

Bloomtime: Summer

Bloomcolor: yellow

 

Echeveria Agavoides

Echeveria "Agavoides" is a stemless succulent plant that if left in full shade will remain bright green but if kept in full sun will turn a bright red. This versatile plant offers stunning colors and texture that will liven up any arrangement or craft project. This succulent blooms small yellow and pink flowers that attract hummingbirds in the Summer.

 

Native to: Mexico

Zone: 10, 11

Hardiness: tender soft succulent - will not tolerate frost

Recommended light conditions: full sun to part shade

Bloomtime: Summer

Bloom Color: yellow/pink

 

Graptoveria Opalina

Graptoveria 'Opalina' is one of our personal favorites here at Succy Crafts. They change colors depending on the weather but for the most part they stay a pale blue hue fading from the tip of their leaves to the center of their rosettes. This versatile plant offers stunning colors and contrast that will liven up any arrangement or craft project. They grow big and wide and can be easily propagated by leaf. A beautiful variety to display in wedding bouquets and centerpieces.

 

Native to: Mexico

ZONE: 9-11

Hardiness: tender soft succulent - will not tolerate frost

Recommended light conditions: full sun to part shade

Bloomtime: Spring

Bloom Color: yellow