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an online plant nursery (local sales only at present) based in Phoenix, Arizona.

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Teal Planter #1 (Sold)

$14.85Price
  • Going clockwise from the tallest plant, this teal ceramic planter contains a kalanchoe fedtchenkoi variegata (it once had more purple tones, perhaps they will come back later) that I just cut off of a somewhat larger plant (the stem had lots of aerial roots, so this one should recover from shock and dehydration soon), a young haworthia coerctata (?) that will eventually clump and become a few inches tall by about 2" wide, a sedum carnicolor which will produce long draping stems and multiple heads of about a 3" diameter each, a haworthia cooperi truncata with blue-purple coloration in bright light (stays about this size but clumps), and a pachyveria glauca which can become three or so inches in diameter. 

  • The shopping cart does not allow me set a by-car delivery fee (possibly free) by location and order size. So, the fee will be collected in cash at the time of pickup (please hide it for me in a shady spot where you want the plants to be delivered). 

  Pick Up or 

Delivery

 

 Please e-mail me to arrange a pick up in or near to 85023

 (I-17 and 101).

 

 

By-Car Delivery

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.

 Looking for a gift, a plant for your 

desk, home decor, something for the landscape, or a patio  plant? Please let me know how I can help and if you have any questions.