2" Succulent - Window Haworthia

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Dec 8-16

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This listing is for the pictured Window Haworthia growing in a 2" pot.

This plant is shipped as pictured, in tact with pot and soil.

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We ship every week Monday- Wednesday (excluding holidays) for orders placed the previous week ending Sunday evening.

Example: Orders placed on Monday will ship the following Monday (7 days).
Orders placed on Sunday will ship the following Monday-Wednesday (1-3 days).

Once your order has shipped you will receive a USPS tracking number. Your package will typically arrive within 2-3 business days from shipment.

*****Damaged/Unsatisfactory/Lost Packages*****

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If there are any issues with the condition of your succulents, please contact us immediately to correct the issue. We will gladly replace or refund any damaged or unsatisfactory product.

Please notify us if your package has taken longer than 3 days to arrive. While delays are not too common, they sometimes happen for unexplained reasons. Most delays are resolved within 1-2 days without issue.

*****Succulent Care FAQ*****

How often do I water my succulent?

A succulent grown outdoors with adequate sunlight and ventilation may take water as often as every 5-10 days. Indoor succulents are typically watered less, as infrequently as 1-2 times per month.
How often you water your succulent will depend on light exposure, temperature, ventilation, container size and more. These are all factors that affect the moisture of the soil. You should inspect your succulent’s soil visually, by touch or by weight 5-10 days after a thorough watering. If little to no moisture can be detected in the soil, it is ready to be watered. Don’t be afraid to wait extra days or even weeks in some cases. Succulents are designed by nature for long periods of dryness. A dry succulent can become lush again. An overwatered succulent will die!

How do I water my succulent?

For containers with drainage and not oversized, douse your succulent several times (under the sink for example) until the soil is thoroughly moist and water begins to drip from the bottom. Let excess water drain. Do not leave your succulent sitting in water.
For containers without drainage be careful not to fully saturate the soil, especially if the container is significantly larger than the plant. Give your succulent just enough water around the base of the plant so that moisture will reach the roots.
Containers with drainage are recommended but not mandatory. Be creative!

Do I need to transplant my succulent?

There is no rush to do so. A smaller container will limit the growth of the succulent but will not do any harm.

What kind of soil should I use?

Succulents prefer a light, quick drying soil. Most any garden store will offer a mix specifically for succulents and cactus.

What kind of light do succulents require?

Succulents require natural light for vibrant color and compact leaf growth. Direct morning sun, semi shady or bright indirect sunlight is optimal. However, succulents are versatile and can acclimate to most light exposures. A succulent with inadequate light may become pale, stretched and brittle. Monitor your succulent’s growth and experiment with different lighting for your desired look.

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Dec 8-16

Estimated to arrive at your doorstep Dec 8-16!

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5 out of 5 stars

I’m am beyond thrilled with my purchase! The translucent windows on the leaves are mesmerizing. The picture I added was taken after I transplanted them into 4” pots. AND after I removed multiple babies along the edges.

Bri Jul 17, 2022

5 out of 5 stars

Arrived quickly and with multiple babies! I was so thrilled to have new growth as well as such a beautiful new addition to my garden. Thank you!

dem328 Jun 10, 2022

5 out of 5 stars

This Haworthia arrived quickly and was packaged with so much care! Lots of cushioning and all leaves in tact. This plant baby arrived exactly like it looked on the original listing and I couldn't be happier. 💕

Mari May 7, 2022

5 out of 5 stars

Wow- sending a beautiful haworthia in such cold weather! I thought you guys were gonna wait. Well, I kept him warm and not too close to the lights and the window. Then about a week or so later, I repotted him in some nice inorganic soil with a little organic soil in a little bigger clay boy - and I think he had a nice big root. I might have been dreaming. A couple of weeks later I bottom watered him. Now he sits with all the other haworthias, about a foot or so from the west window , with the growlights and a foot or two above his head. So far….so good. I’m just worried about his traveling in the freezing cold. I thought we were going to wait!