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Either love it or hate it, concrete is here to stay. This trendy concrete pot is filled with a large beautiful green succulent that survives on neglect. All it needs is a warm sunny position that gets a minimum of 4 hours of direct sunlight and the occasional watering.
What I love most about these concrete pots is over time they form a unique worn pattern making each pot a one of a kind piece. Have a look at the third photo above to see how the concrete changes.
I pick the best plant for your order and gift wrap it for you. The succulent comes delivered in a cutely branded packaging with a hand written greeting card and simple TLC instructions.
How do I get one? Just add to your shopping cart, enter your short and sweet message, choose a greeting card and leave the rest to me.
What's it's size? The Concrete Beauty has a 11 cm diameter and can reach a height of 13 cm - depending on the size of the succulent. Like people, plants come in all shapes and sizes, and I have to work with what mother nature supplies us during the year. Your order may not include the same plant that is in the image, but rest assure I choose the best quality succulent for your order.
You have 3 options for getting your order to its destination:
- Sydney Delivery | Next Day Available - is via a hand delivered courier service where you choose the delivery day and it is delivered by 5 pm. Next day delivery is available with this service.
- National Shipping | Flat Rate $12 - parcel is dispatched express via Australia Post with tracking number and is delivered within 5 business days. Due to COVID delivery times are longer than usual.
- Local Pickup is from my workshop at Manly Vale, 2093
More information on shipping can be found here.
**If using Sydney Delivery please make sure someone is home to collect your Happy Little Succulent or there's a safe place to leave it. If no one is home and if a safe place is not available, sadly your order will be cancelled with no refund.
***All my succulents are planted in self-draining soil and each pot has a hole to remove excess water.