This mixed group of Mini Succulents is a beautiful gift for any plant friend. You will get a nice combination of unlabeled cuttings and plants, rooted and unrooted. A wide range of Baby Succulents can be in the mix including Crassula, Echeveria, Lithops, Pachyphytum and Kalanchoe.
When you receive your Mini Succulents simply place them in a (succulent) soil with good drainage. Roots will start to grow in about 2-3 weeks. Protect the plants from intense light and do not water untill roots have formed. Start watering carefully and increase lighting when roots are growing.
To keep your Mini Succulents compact and colorful give them always bright light and minimal fertilizer (only in spring). Use a succulent soil mix which is composed of around 60-80% pumice (Bims) or other drainage material. Water little every 1-2 weeks, depending on the weather.
These Baby Succulents and most of the Succulents we sell can grown outside. You should take them inside to protect them from frost however. The minimum temperatures they can take lay around 5C. Make sure you use an extremely good draining soil (80% pumice or Bims) and give some protection from heavy rain when possible.
Succulent Pots for your Mini Succulents
There are so many Succulent pots available online which could be suitable for your Mini Succulents. Ceramic pots, Stone pots, Concrete pots, Glas pots and Wooden Succulent pots. There is a great selection of all kinds of Succulent Pots on Amazon and Bol.com.
Succulent Grow Lights for your Mini Succulents
All Succulents need bright light to grow well. They will stay more compact and get brighter colors. Good lighting is also important for plant health and photosynthesis. In a greenhouse or on a windowsill facing south this usually isnt an issue. If you can not offer bright light for your mini Succulent plant collection, we highly recommend using Succulent grow lights. There is a great selection of different types of Succulent Grow Lights on Amazon and Bol.com.