Succulents in Teacups
Discover the tricks that keep succulents alive and growing!
- 1 hr1 hour
- From 25 US dollarsFrom $25
- Easy Little Plants
Discover the tricks that keep succulents alive and growing! Together, we'll plant some cute and healthy plants in adorable glass teacups- with lots of decorations, of course! You'll get to: ♥Mix a big bowl of soil with our special recipe, learning about the ingredients and what they all do! ♥Choose your teacup. They're all translucent, to give you a good view of the soil and roots. They're sustainably sourced from secondhand shops (what a tongue twister)! ♥Choose your new plant! A bright green haworthia is perfect for dim windows. Meanwhile, a pastel echeveria does amazing in the brightest spot you've got! Both of these plants are safe for pets, too! ♥Plant your plant. I'll guide you through it! Mistakes are easy to undo, too. I've even got a special trick for "unwatering" a plant just in case. ♥Add unlimited decorations! We've got stickers, tumbled stones, resin figures, iridescent butterflies, and more. You can really express yourself and make it cute! ♥Add a shiny nametag. You can put the plant's fancy name, its common name, or a nice message. You could even give your plant a nickname! For example, my dad has a spikemoss plant named Peter, and my friend has a fly trap named Georgie. The care is nice and simple for these guys! Look at the soil and see if it's gotten light brown. You can test by adding a drop of water first, seeing if it darkens the soil. Then, you can give your plant a shot glass full (of water) to drink. A shot glass? Yep! Plants like to party. I'm more of a ginger ale person, personally. Honestly, for succulents, you can also just water every two weeks, or use half the amount of water for "watering Wednesdays"! It's catchy.
3412 North High Street, Olney, MD, USA