This cute trio of succulents is the perfect green gift this Spring. Styled in our gorgeous soft pink and copper ceramics, these pretty succulents are sure to put a smile on your recipients face. These beauties don’t need too much care and will look great for weeks to come.
Included in this plant gang:
– Medium Lilacina Succulent
– Double Hoya Kerrii Heart
– Single Hoya Kerrii Heart
These little succulents will be happiest in a bright spot and only need watering once every 3-4 weeks or when the soil feels dry – just make sure they don’t get too wet as they don’t like soggy feet.
The two heart-shaped succulents, paired with the stunning pale purple Lilacina create a stunning gift and are the perfect size to style a tablescape or add to your favourite tray.
Why not add this pretty succulent plant gang to your home or send your succulent loving friend a gorgeous green parcel. They will be delighted to open the box and find these little gems. We’ll even hand-write a gift message for you.
This cute set of succulents love a bright spot; perfect for a windowsill or the middle of a table, that gets good light. These beauties only need watering infrequently, once every 3-4 weeks is perfect. Water directly into the soil, not over the leaves. Be sure to drain any excess water from the pots by tipping them upside down over the sink, as they don’t like soggy feet!
Don’t forget to keep them away from draughts and radiators. They will be happy in most well-lit areas avoiding direct sun light in the height of the Summer, as this can scorch their leaves.
Water with a tablespoon directly into the moss, being careful not to over-water. Be careful as yellowing or brown spots is a sign of over-watering. The Hoya hearts are leaf cuttings and will not grow much bigger, just enjoy their novel appearance for many weeks.
The Lilacina can be very brittle if under-watered, the leaves should be turgid when given the right care and water. The Lilacina has a natural powdery coating and this will come off if handled too much. This doesn’t harm the plant but will change it’s appearance. Note: It is quite normal for some of this coating to be displaced during packaging and transit.
Top Tip; tidy up your succulents once every few weeks by gently pulling off any lower shrilled up leaves, this keeps them looking their best.