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Succulent Wall - California 9"x15"

Succulent Wall - California 9"x15"

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$87.50
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Product code:210000012069

California is filled with succulents, isn't it? These handmade wooden frames come filled with spaghnum moss but succulents are not included. If you are local, we are able to plant them for you - pricing varies depending on size of planter.

Note: if you are interested in having your own state made into a succulent wonderland, please contact us at info@pottedstore.com and we will see if it's possible.

Made in America.

Size: Approximately 9" x 15"

(scroll down for additional planting info)

How to plant a succulent wall planter:

1. Soak the empty planter in water for an hour or two to refresh the moss and make it easier to push in to.

2. Assemble succulent cuttings. Cuttings are better to use as they will push into the moss much easier without roots or dirt.

3. Gently push cuttings straight into moss in a pattern or color way that is pleasing.

4. Allow planter to remain horizontal until the cuttings have rooted...approximately 4-6 weeks.

5. Don't forget to water your planter at least weekly. While succulents don't like to be too wet, they are now growing in moss that dries out pretty quickly.

6. Be prepared for occasional maintenence. You are asking plants to grow in an unnatural environment, so some failure is inevitable. Don't take it personally. Keep a few cuttings around to fill in.

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How to plant a succulent wall planter:

1. Soak the empty planter in water for an hour or two to refresh the moss and make it easier to push in to.

2. Assemble succulent cuttings. Cuttings are better to use as they will push into the moss much easier without roots or dirt.

3. Gently push cuttings straight into moss in a pattern or color way that is pleasing.

4. Allow planter to remain horizontal until the cuttings have rooted...approximately 4-6 weeks.

5. Don't forget to water your planter at least weekly. While succulents don't like to be too wet, they are now growing in moss that dries out pretty quickly.

6. Be prepared for occasional maintenence. You are asking plants to grow in an unnatural environment, so some failure is inevitable. Don't take it personally. Keep a few cuttings around to fill in.