Unique Handcrafted Premium Succulent Arrangement with Four Potted Live Succulent Plants in a Coconut shell Handcrafted in USA | Indoor Plant Gift | Thank you and Welcome Gift | Get Well Gift | Corporate Gift | Housewarming Gift
Live Succulent Arrangement In A Coconut Shell | Succulent Gift
This four plant terrarium includes:
Echeveria lilacina - Ghost Echeveria
Crassula 'Baby/Jade Necklace'
Panda Plant, Donkey Ears (Kalanchoe tomentosa)
Tillandsia usneoides (Spanish Moss)
Finished Half Coconut Shell Natural
Oak Base Plaque
Approximate size: 5 x 5 x 5 in
Kokedama is a centuries-old garden form, and it's making a comeback. This Japanese bonsai variety thrives indoors and makes a great hanging accent. It can grow in the same moss ball for many years. It will add the perfect decorative touch to your house, office, or patio.
Handcrafted Live Succulent Gift In A Coconut Shell
This unique terrarium has two plants: a large Echeveria 'Dark Moon' and Spanish Moss. Every part of it is handcrafted from the beginning to the end. It will add the perfect decorative touch to your house, office, or patio. Kokedama is a type centuries-old garden form, and it's making a comeback. This Japanese bonsai variety thrives indoors and makes a great hanging accent. It can grow in the same moss ball for many years.
More about your plants: Echeveria 'Dark Moon' (PP28,685) (O'Connell): A striking cultivar with a near black coloration. This variety brings deep blue and purple tones to arrangements and contrasts wells with the more common pastel succulents. It also has a nice coating of powdery farina. Exposure to direct sun will cause the pigments to deepen even more. It tolerates heat and drought well and produces bright red flowers in the summer. Echeveria need bright sunlight to maintain their colors and compact rosette form. They will not survive a hard frost, but if there is a risk of freezing temperatures they can be brought indoors to grow on a sunny window sill or under a grow light.
Spanish moss (Tillandsia usneoides) is not a true moss, but rather an epiphytic flowering plant that often grows upon larger trees in tropical and subtropical climates.
Terrarium Care: Light : You can place your terrarium indoors our outdoors. Pick a bright location near a window or artificial light and try not to change. Do not expose to direct sunlight. Water: Pick up the moss ball and feel the weight and texture. If it is light and completely dry, place it in a bowl of clean water for 5-10 min. Allow the excess water to drain before putting it back into position. Do not water your terrarium, if it is heavy and damp. Fertilizer : Not necessary
Unique Handcrafted Premium Succulent Arrangement with Four Potted...