Succulents in Decorative Teardrop

Succulents in Decorative Teardrop

Succulent Gift
Item # 22532
Available to ship.

An extraordinary gift of living color and texture, this hanging teardrop container is filled with succulents. It is one of the most amazing finds of the season, and we are honored to bring it to you. Add it to your list today, being careful to include at least one for yourself!

Unlike most other hanging terrariums, this sturdy woven copper design accommodates both hanging (from a strong loop at the top, supported by a solid copper cap) and setting on a flat surface, such as a tabletop, desk, or mantel. The lantern shape has a flat base, so you can quickly improvise a centerpiece with it, move it to the bedside table of the guest room to delight a visiting friend, or place it on a workstation, where the details of its beauty can be enjoyed up close.

The teardrop container arrives with several varieties of succulents already growing well in the moss-filled base. These tropical plants are native to rain forests, and grow by absorbing water through their leaves and flowers rather than their roots. This makes them ideal for this container, for you can simply mist them right through the open-weave copper wire. They may eventually bloom in bright shades of red, rose, orange, and yellow, but their foliage is so attractive, they look great year-round!

Dimensions: 9"H x 5" Dia.

Available to ship September 18.Plant Care Guide:Allow plants to dry before watering. Don't worry if plants become very dry, they will go slightly dormant without harm. Use approximately 2 oz of water every two weeks.Display in bright artificial light or near a window in indirect sunlight. In mild climates, succulents can grow on an outside porch without direct sunlight.These plants tolerate a wide range of temperatures from 40-90F. Do not allow to freeze and keep away from air conditioning and heating vents.Apply balanced houseplant food once per month at 1/2 strength during warm growing seasons. Be sure to water the plant with clean water before feeding with fertilizer.