Succulents

We offer a wide variety of indoor succulents throughout our landscape materials season (Early Spring through Fall). Succulents make a great gift, are easy to care for, and bring life to any interior decoration space. Each plant comes with an identification card and specific care instructions. On-hand varieties may change throughout the season. Most plants range from 2″-4″ in size. Be sure to check in on our Facebook or Instagram for the latest updates @ Dow Excavating. Feel free to contact us with any questions!

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Succulent information was gathered from www.worldofsucculents.com. This is a great resource if you are new to growing these!

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    Cushion Aloe
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    Pacific Stonecrop
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    Window Boats
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    Baby Jade
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    Zebra Wart
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    Ivory Towers
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    Six-Angled Kalanchoe
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    Morning Beauty
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    Zebra Plant
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    Ghost Plant
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    Fire Storm
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    Moon Stones
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    Ruby Slippers
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    Donkey's Tail
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    Hobbit Jade
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    Hen & Chicks
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    Swan Lake
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    Star Cactus
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    Mixed Planter (3)

Cushion Aloe

Haworthia Cymbiformis var. Obtusa

Native to South Africa

Thrives in partial shade. Soak soil when watering and wait for the soil to be mostly dry before watering again (usually once or twice per week during growing season, less during dormant season). Growth seasons are spring and fall when temperatures are moderate to cool. This is a slow-growing plant and will not likely need to be repotted.

Pacific Stonecrop

Sedum Spathulifolium

Native to North America and British Columbia

Stonecrop is a nickname from a joke that only stones need less care and live longer. This plant does not need a lot of special attention or care. (usually once per week during growing season, less during dormant season). Dormancy is throughout winter, they will require very little water. Thrive in full sun to partial shade, though leaves may get sunburned if they exposed to prolonged direct light.

Window Boats

Haworthia Cymbiformis

Native to South Africa

May bloom a white or pale pink flower in spring or early summer. The name comes from the boat shape of the leaves. Thrives in partial shade. Soak soil when watering and wait for the soil to be mostly dry before watering again (usually once or twice per week during growing season, less during dormant season). Growth seasons are spring and fall when temperatures are moderate to cool. This may be a slow-growing plant, but repot as needed.

Baby Jade

Crassula Ovata

Native to South Africa

In Chinese culture, Jade plants are considered a symbol of good luck. Grows best in full sun. Water regularly throughout growing season and check that the plant is draining properly. Growth season is spring and fall. During winter, water only enough to keep leaves from shriveling. When cared for properly, this plant will likely live for decades. Repot as needed. This plant may be toxic to pets if ingested.

Zebra Wart

Haworthia Coarctata

Native to South Africa

May grow up to 8 inches tall. Thrives in full sun to partial shade. Soak soil when watering and wait for the soil to be mostly dry before watering again (usually once or twice per week during growing season, less during dormant season). Avoid letting water pool in the leaves of the plant as it may cause damage. Growth seasons is throughout summer. This may be a slow-growing plant, but repot as needed.

Ivory Towers

Crassula Perforata

Native to South Africa

Soak soil when watering and wait for the soil to be completely dry before watering again (usually once per week during growing season, less during dormant season). Plant is susceptible to overwatering. If water is pooling in drainage tray, be sure to empty. Thrives in full to partial sun.

Six-Angled Kalanchoe

Kalanchoe Sexangularis

Native to South Africa

Likes partial sun or light shade. Direct sun may scorch leaves over time. Soak soil when watering and wait for the soil to be mostly dry before watering again (usually once or twice per week during growing season, less during dormant season). Active growth is during summer. This plant will need repotted every few years as it grows.

Morning Beauty

Echeveria Desmetiana

Native to Mexico

Soak soil when watering and wait for the soil to be completely dry before watering again (usually once or twice per week during growing season, less during dormant season). Growth season is usually spring and summer. Avoid letting water pool in the leaves of the plant as it may cause damage. Likes indirect sunlight, harsh afternoon sun may cause leaves to scorch over time.

Zebra Plant

Haworthia Attenuata

Native to South Africa

Thrives in full sun to partial shade. Soak soil when watering and wait for the soil to be mostly dry before watering again (usually once or twice per week during growing season, less during dormant season, about once per month). Growth seasons is throughout summer. Avoid letting water pool in the leaves of the plant as it may cause damage. Repot as needed.

Ghost Plant

Graptopetalum Paraguayense

Native to Mexico

Thrives in sunlight, place in a location with at least a half day of sun. Soak soil when watering and wait for the soil to be completely dry before watering again (usually once or twice per week during growing season, less during dormant season). Active growth is usually in spring and summer.

Fire Storm

Sedum Adolphi

Native to Mexico

May grow up to 8 inches tall. Thrives in full sun to partial shade. Soak soil when watering and wait for the soil to be completely dry before watering again (usually once or twice per week during growing season, less during dormant season). Growth season is usually late winter and early spring. This plant is drought tolerant.

Moon Stones

Pachyphytum Oviferum

Native to Mexico

Easy to care for, full or partial sun. Soak soil when watering and wait for the soil to be completely dry before watering again (usually once or twice per week during growing season, less during dormant season). Avoid getting water on leaves and overwatering. Active growth season is during winter.

Ruby Slippers

Echeveria Pulvinata

Native to Mexico

Will expand to fit the pot it is planted in. Growth period is in late winter or spring, may bloom small orange flowers. Remove dead leaves from the bottom of the plant as it grows. Likes full or partial sun, soak soil when watering, and wait for the soil to be completely dry before watering again (usually once or twice per week during growing season, less during dormant season).

Donkey's Tail

Sedum Morganianum

Native to Central Mexico

Also known as Baby Burro’s Tail, or the Spanish name for donkey. Thrives in full sun for at least half a day. Water regularly throughout growing season and check that the plant is draining properly. Growth season is spring and fall. Warmer temperatures require more water. Repot when the plant has outgrown its’ current container.

Hobbit Jade

Crassula Ovata

Native to South Africa and Mozambique

In Chinese culture, Jade plants are considered a symbol of good luck. Grows best in full or partial sun. Water regularly throughout growing season and check that the plant is draining properly. Growth season is spring and fall. During winter, water only enough to keep leaves from shriveling. This plant may be toxic to pets if ingested.

Hen & Chicks

Sempervivum Wulfenii

Native to Central and Eastern Europe

Nicknamed “Houseleeks” for their tendency to root on the roofs of houses. Can survive in colder windows or areas with less light. Full sun will cause slow growth. Soak soil when watering and wait for the soil to be completely dry before watering again (usually once or twice per week during growing season, less during dormant season). Growth seasons are spring and fall when temperatures are moderate to cool.

Swan Lake

Echeveria Runyonii

Native to Mexico

Soak soil when watering and wait for the soil to be completely dry before watering again (usually once or twice per week during growing season, less during dormant season). Growth season is usually spring and summer. Avoid letting water pool in the leaves of the plant as it may cause damage. Likes indirect sunlight, harsh afternoon sun may cause leaves to scorch over time. Remove dead leaves from the bottom of the plant as it grows.

Star Cactus

Haworthia Retusa

Native to South Africa

Thrives in partial shade. Soak soil when watering and wait for the soil to be mostly dry before watering again (usually once or twice per week during growing season, less during dormant season). Growth seasons are spring and fall when temperatures are moderate to cool. This is a slow-growing plant and will not likely need to be repotted.

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Mixed Planter (3)

A combination of three 2″ succulents with decorative rainbow river rocks.

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