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Welcome, succulent enthusiasts, to our monthly subscription! Get ready to embark on a delightful journey filled with vibrant colors, unique textures, and captivating forms. Each month, we curate a collection of succulents that will breathe new life into your space. In this edition, we're thrilled to introduce three remarkable succulents: Haworthia Zebrina, Mammillaria Pincushion, and Echeveria Ruby Slipper. And don't worry, we won't forget our beloved air plants this month Tillandsia lautneri—they'll have their moment too! So, let's dive in and explore these little wonders together!

  1. Haworthia Zebrina: Originating from South Africa, the Haworthia Zebrina is a true eye-catcher with its distinct zebra-like stripes adorning its succulent leaves. This little beauty thrives in bright, indirect light and prefers temperatures between 65°F and 80°F (18°C and 26°C). Haworthia Zebrina is perfect for both indoor and outdoor cultivation, making it a versatile addition to any succulent collection. Remember to allow the soil to dry out completely between waterings to prevent overwatering.

  2. Mammillaria Pincushion: Hold onto your hats, plant lovers! The Mammillaria Pincushion, hailing from Mexico, will add a touch of whimsy to your succulent lineup. This delightful succulent features cylindrical stems covered in adorable, tiny spines. It loves basking in bright sunlight, so place it near a sunny window or outdoors in a well-lit area. With a preference for temperatures around 70°F to 90°F (21°C to 32°C), this little ball of joy will thrive in arid conditions. Make sure to provide adequate drainage for the soil and water sparingly, allowing it to dry out between waterings.

  3. Echeveria Ruby Slipper: Prepare to be enchanted by the Echeveria Ruby Slipper! Native to Mexico, this succulent's rosettes showcase a stunning symphony of red and green hues. It prefers bright, indirect light but can tolerate some direct sunlight. With temperatures between 60°F and 75°F (15°C and 24°C), your Echeveria will reward you with its vibrant coloration. Remember to water thoroughly but infrequently, allowing the soil to dry out before the next watering session. This beauty will truly steal the show in your succulent display! This is our little “freebie” for the month.

  4. Ah, the ethereal air plants—those delightful creatures that need no soil to survive! These fascinating plants belong to the Tillandsia family and often have a unique and otherworldly appearance. Air plants are low-maintenance, making them perfect for busy plant lovers. Here are some tips for caring for your air plants:
  • Light: Place your air plants in bright, indirect light. They thrive in bright spaces like near a window or under fluorescent lights.
  • Water: Unlike other plants, air plants absorb water and nutrients through their leaves. Mist your air plants once or twice a week or give them a gentle soak in room temperature water for about 20 minutes. Shake off the excess water to prevent rot.
  • Air circulation: Air plants love fresh air, so make sure they have good airflow. Avoid placing them in enclosed containers without proper ventilation.
  • Temperature: Most air plants enjoy temperatures between 50°F and 90°F (10°C and 32°C). Avoid extreme temperature fluctuations to keep them happy.

Congratulations on embarking on this succulent-filled adventure with us! We hope you're as thrilled as we are to welcome the Haworthia Zebrina, Mammillaria Pincushion, and Echeveria Ruby Slipper into your succulent family. With their unique features and easy care, these beauties are sure to bring joy to your space.

And let's not forget about our whimsical air plants—those fascinating creatures that defy traditional gardening rules. Their low-maintenance nature and enchanting forms will surely captivate your heart.

Remember, succulents are like little works of art that bring life and beauty to your surroundings. Embrace the journey, enjoy the process, and let these succulents thrive under your green thumb!

Happy gardening, succulent lovers!

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