The roots of succulent plants may be shallow, but the roots of their origins run deep. Perhaps you think it doesn’t matter where succulents come from? Please think again. Knowing a plant’s native habitat helps you understand its needs, its characteristics, and even its form. So let’s discover the origin of your favorite succulents as Succulent Market takes you on a global tour that eventually leads back home. Today’s succulents are found growing on every continent but Antarctica, but let’s start with Africa.
Fortunately, most insects aren’t that interested in succulent plants — but that doesn’t mean you should let your guard down! Every plant deserves a watchful eye, for every plant is somewhat susceptible. Besides, the earlier you spot and treat unwanted pests, the better your odds for reducing harm, infestation, and potential death.
But some might worry that a plant that’s shipped won't arrive in good condition. That’s not a problem with Succulent Market because we’re committed to ensuring that every one of our cacti and other succulent purchases meets our customers' expectations, each and every time. In fact, there are 5 key reasons that Succulent Market delivers.
Mobile apps for succulent gardeners? Sure! Nowadays there’s a software program for just about everything – including nifty apps to ensure your succulents' continued good health. You see, the folks at Succulent Market dedicatedly deliver healthy plants to your doorstep, so naturally we want to help you to keep them that way!
The first reason to grow a jade plant is because it supposedly brings the owner lots of luck. That’s why it’s fittingly nicknamed the lucky plant. Its fleshy leaves are shaped like coins that hint at wealth, so it’s also called the money plant, money tree, and tree of wealth.