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Succulents in Small Baking Dish | Potted Garden

$23.00Price
  • Water every 5-6 days and bright indoor light is what I give this succulent planter. This collection in a ceramic dish contains a rare gasteria pulchra (slow growing), haworthia cooperi, gasteria glomerata (rare and clumps with age), a kalanchoe, a rebutia miniscula baby, and in back is an unknown vine-like succulent with gray-purple leaves.

    Though I am transitioning to organic methods, I have used a synthetic pesticide in the soil (absorbed by the whole plant) that is said to last a year but is not safe for bees (or people or animals) so please take one of the following precautions IF your plant flowers (this one just flowered so it is unlikely): 1) change the soil, 2) bring the planter indoors before and while the plant blooms, 3) cut the flower buds off if there is a chance that a bee will come in contact with them, 4) keep the planter indoors through the end of March, 2018. Thank you!
     

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 (I-17 and 101).

 

 

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to Phoenix (AZ), Paradise Valley, Scottsdale, 

and more may be possible for group or other sizable orders.

By Mail

within Arizona may be possible in cool weather for some plants.

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Your local Phoenix-area source for uncommon plants and unique potted gardens.

 

Jennifer Everett Plants is an online nursery (much smaller than a garden center) without a storefront (home occupation with plants grown indoors), based in Phoenix near 101 and I-17,

and offering by-car delivery for sizable orders. Sales tax included where applicable.

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