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Plants in Cups

Succulents in Cups

This item comes with all that you will need to create

Your plant in a cup. With this purchase you receive:

1.One Tea Cup (note: tea cup may not be exact one in

Display)

2.Grit

3.Soil

4.Small Succulent

5.Stones

6.Set up instructions

Find the species of plant you want below

Succulents&cacti

glass


A tiny glass cup for beginners to keep watchful eyes on their plants.

Advised: Cacti

Yellow


A medium tea cup to brighten up any room.

Best for: any

Yee old mug

Small but tall old fashioned rainbow mug.

Best for: Kalanchoe

flowers

A small tea cup decorated with orange flowers

Best for: Cacti


Chicken soup

A big mug of chicken soup!

Why not try with: Aloe Aristata ?

Choose your cup!


Aloe Aristata



The Aloe Aristata is also known as ‘Guinea fowl Aloe’ or ‘Lace Aloe’. It is stemless and grows in rosettes. When it flowers, it appears on a thirty centimetre stalk. The flowers are orange.

Genus: Aloe


Not for culinary purposes

Perle von Nürnberg


Perle von Nürnberg is a plant with obvert leaves with a purplish greyish sheen. When the plant is put into direct sunlight, it often looks more pink/purple.

Genus: Echeveria


Not for culinary purposes

Hatiora Gaetneri


Commonly known as Easter Cactus is and a member of Hatiora Gaetneri, this is a flat leafed succulent. It usually flowers in spring time displaying scarlet red flowers.

Genus: Hatiora


Not for culinary purposes

Sedum Morganianum


Sedum Morganianum, more commonly know as ‘Donkeys Tails’ or ‘Burro’s Tail’ is a long plant. Since they are a long plant, they are more commonly used for hanging baskets; it is sure to eventually overflow your cup giving it a unique and beautiful look.

Genus: Sedum


Not for culinary purposes

Opuntia Monacantha

Opuntia Monacanthat is also known as ‘Joesphs Coat’ or ‘Irish Mittens’  is a thin looking plant, with white patterns. It is covered in small spikes.

Genus: Opuntia


Choose your Plant: