Succulents for Sale Online
At Garden Goods Direct, we offer a large variety of succulent plants at great prices. Succulents are a great way to add a low maintenance accent to your home decor. You can choose from a variety of colors and textures. The possibilities are truly endless with succulents, and we are continually adding to our selection.
Succulents are an easy and stress-free way for beginners to get into the world of indoor plants. Succulents and cacti are very low-maintenance plants. If you want to introduce plants into your home, but are nervous about the high level of care of house plants daily, succulents are a great way to learn about plant care without the concern of accidentally killing your recently purchased plant.
Succulent plants make the perfect gift for anyone in your life for just about any occasion! Whether you’re looking for a gift for a friend’s birthday, a way to start teaching the grandchildren about responsibility, or a housewarming gift for a friend or loved one, all succulent varieties make a unique and exciting gift that your friends and family will cherish for years to come.
Types of Indoor Succulent Plants
Aeonium: Aeoniums are colorful, gorgeous, rosette-shaped succulent plants that are native to the Canary Islands. Aeoniums are grown for their rosettes that are made up of dense, waxy leaves.
Flowers occasionally emerge from the center of the rosettes and are held in clusters above the foliage. They come in a wide range of varieties, colors, shapes, and sizes. Aeoniums grow best in bright light.
Aloe: Aloe is probably the most well known of all succulent plants. The healing properties of aloe have been known for thousands of years.
Echeveria: Echeveria is a family of trendy soft, rosette-shaped succulents. Growth rates will vary with each variety of Echeveria. Echeverias are one of the most popular plants availble thanks to colorful water-storing leaves.
Echeveria succulents are available in a variety of beautiful colors and occasionally will produce beautiful flowers. Echeverias are very easy to care for and can tolerate long periods without water.
Gasteria: Gasteria's are well known for their beautiful, tongue-shaped leaves. Gasterias are very easy to care for and are a rewarding way to enter into the world of succulents.
Kalanchoe: Kalanchoes are succulent flowering plants native to Madagascar and tropical regions of Africa. The scalloped leaves of the kalanchoe are just as attractive as the flowers. Kalanchoe plants are sought after because of the long-lasting flower heads that bloom as houseplants during the winter months. Kalanchoe care is effortless, and they have few disease or pest problems.
Sedum: Sedum is one of the easiest succulents to take care of because they are very forgiving of reduced sunlight levels. Sedums are also known as stonecrop thanks to their forgiving growth habit and their ability to survive in drought and poor soil. There are hardy sedums, including some that are perfect as ground cover plants that are available in our perennial sedum collections. The plants in this category are better grown as tender succulents.
Senecio: Senecio plants are easy to grow succulent plants, known for their striking colors and fabulous foliage. Senecio succulents can tolerate drought and heat, but might will not survive cold weather outdoors.
There are many more varieties of succulents for sale, and we are continually adding new types to our list. Check out our blog, which describes just how easy succulent plants are to grow: How Succulents Became my Favorite Plant.
Tips for growing succulents
Succulents do not like to have water poured directly on the leaves as this will, in some cases, cause rot. The easiest way to water succulent plants is to do so from underneath. Fill a saucer with water and put the pot into it, and allow the soil to absorb the water. Don’t leave the plant in a dish of water as the roots will want to dry out, and by keeping the soil soaking wet, you could potentially rot the roots.
Succulents prefer a constant temperature, and big swings in temps over a short time can cause the plants to become dull. Typical home temps between 60 and 80 degrees are perfect, but many can drop down into the ’40s with no damage. High temps are no problem as they tend to thrive in hot conditions.
During the winter months, succulent plants tend to enter a semi-dormant state where they will use far less water and will rarely need to be watered. You may only need to water the plants once a month in most cases.
Our succulent plants are shipped around the country. We only ship well-rooted plants and never ship bare-root plants. We are not the only online store that sells succulents, but our customers agree that we are the best. Whether you are looking to grow succulents as single specimens or plant in groups in succulent gardens, we have the right plant for you.
If you’re looking to purchase a succulent plant for your home or office interior, consider Woodie’s Approved collection of Succulents from Garden Goods Direct. As America’s number one online garden center, we offer a broad selection of Indoor plants, along with advice from our plant experts you need to keep them healthy. From Aglaonema to ZZ Plants, we have a vast range of house plants, all available from our online store. Buy your Succulent plants online from Garden Goods Direct today!
For more information on how to care for Aloe Vera and other succulents, follow our planting guide: How to Care For Aloe Vera Plants.