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Succulents in Teacups

Discover the tricks that keep succulents alive and growing!

  • 1 hour
  • From 25 US dollars
  • Easy Little Plants

Service Description

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.

Contact Details

  • 3412 North High Street, Olney, MD, USA


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