Succulent Plant Kit Includes:

  • Handpoured Cement Pot
  • Coaster
  • Soil Packet
  • Food Vile
  • Rocks
  • Tool Kits
  • Planting Instructions
  • Care Guide

 

Small Plant Kit includes a 2.5 inch potted plant.

Large Plant Kit includes a 4 inch potted plant. 

 

Care: Minimal

Light: Indoor: South or West Facing Window Outdoor: Partial Shade 

Water: Soak & Dry - Every Other Wednesday

Feed: One to Four Times a Year

 

Getting To Know Ruby

Ruby is sometimes referred to as a String of Pickles, or Little Pickles. An easy to grow, trailing succulent, this beauty will look great with her long locks. Part of the Aster family, she will flower in the Spring and Summer with little yellow daisy-looking flowers. If growing her indoors, make sure she is in the sunniest spot you have as she needs A LOT of light. The more the light, the more ruby her leaves become. She is TOXIC to cats and dogs, so if your furry friends are munchers, keep these in a spot that they won’t be tempted. She is also not frost tolerant and should be brought inside for temperatures lower than 50 degrees. When watering, she prefers the soak and dry method of watering, which means to soak the plant, then let it dry out completely before watering again.

Ruby Necklace

$15.00Price
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