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Firestick succulent

From $17.50

Euphorbia tirucalli 'Firestick' Common names: Firestick, Pencil Tree, Indian Tree Spurge, Petroleum Plant There are more than 2000 varieties of Plants that fall under the umbrella of Euphorbia, ranging dramatically in shape, texture, and size. It's important to note that what links them is a toxic sap that will cause irritation to both pets and people, so be careful so you can best enjoy this beautiful genus! 'Firestick' is fun with it's pronged, upward reaching green arms that flush red when exposed to bright light. This is a plant that will truly light up your collection.   Light: Bright Filtered Water:...

2" Succulent Variety Packs

$13.05

Succulent Bundle Water: Drought Tolerant Light: Medium Ease: Easy Breezy Succulent plants are trendy for a reason. With juicy leaves, stems, or roots, succulents form a vast and diverse group of plants, offering easy-care choices for your home. Plus, they look stunning planted alone or as companions. The color variation of succulents seems almost endless: blue-green, chartreuse, pink, red, yellow, white, burgundy, almost black, variegated, and more. The leaves may be rounded, needlelike, berrylike, ruffled, or spiky. Many have an enticing "touch-me" quality.

Succulent Arrangement

$32.00

Succulents are plants that appreciate lots of light, want to dry out and stay dry for a bit, are generally very easy to maintain, and make lovely additions to any bright spot in your space! There are so many varieties of succulent, there is almost surely one that will catch your eye. They are fun potted individually, clustered together in a shallow and wide pot, or creatively placed in a terrarium! 

Medium Succulent Terrarium

$38.65

Succulents are plants that appreciate lots of light, want to dry out and stay dry for a bit, are generally very easy to maintain, and make lovely additions to any bright spot in your space! There are so many varieties of succulent, there is almost surely one that will catch your eye. They are fun potted individually, clustered together in a shallow and wide pot, or creatively placed in a terrarium! 

 

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