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Sales tax is included where applicable.  I don't know the type of haworthia, but it is a lower maintenance succulent than many. I water this plant every 7 days in the cooler months and in an indoor growing environment. Haworthias usually cannot handle full intense sun. As with all of my plants, I care for this one indoors under bright artificial light.   The planter does not have a drain hole, so I water cautiously. Perhaps 1/4 of a cup once per week.

Sales tax is included where applicable. I don't know the type of haworthia, but it is a lower maintenance succulent than many. I water this plant every 7 days in the cooler months and in an indoor growing environment. Haworthias usually cannot handle full intense sun. As with all of my plants, I care for this one indoors under bright artificial light. The planter does not have a drain hole, so I water cautiously. Perhaps 1/4 of a cup once per week.

Sales tax is included where applicable.  I don't know the type of haworthia, but it is a lower maintenance succulent than many. I water this plant every 7 days in the cooler months and in an indoor growing environment. Haworthias usually cannot handle full intense sun. As with all of my plants, I care for this one indoors under bright artificial light.   The planter does not have a drain hole, so I water cautiously. Perhaps 1/4 of a cup once per week.

Sales tax is included where applicable. I don't know the type of haworthia, but it is a lower maintenance succulent than many. I water this plant every 7 days in the cooler months and in an indoor growing environment. Haworthias usually cannot handle full intense sun. As with all of my plants, I care for this one indoors under bright artificial light. The planter does not have a drain hole, so I water cautiously. Perhaps 1/4 of a cup once per week.

Sales tax is included where applicable.  I don't know the type of haworthia, but it is a lower maintenance succulent than many. I water this plant every 7 days in the cooler months and in an indoor growing environment. Haworthias usually cannot handle full intense sun. As with all of my plants, I care for this one indoors under bright artificial light.   The planter does not have a drain hole, so I water cautiously. Perhaps 1/4 of a cup once per week.

Sales tax is included where applicable. I don't know the type of haworthia, but it is a lower maintenance succulent than many. I water this plant every 7 days in the cooler months and in an indoor growing environment. Haworthias usually cannot handle full intense sun. As with all of my plants, I care for this one indoors under bright artificial light. The planter does not have a drain hole, so I water cautiously. Perhaps 1/4 of a cup once per week.

Succulents in a ceramic planter from a small online plant nursery in Phoenix, AZ. Local meetup by appointment, or delivery may be possible for sizable orders.

Succulents in a ceramic planter from a small online plant nursery in Phoenix, AZ. Local meetup by appointment, or delivery may be possible for sizable orders.

Philodendron xanadu in 7" terracotta colored bioplanter for sale from a one-person online plant nursery in Phoenix, AZ. Local meetup by appointment, or delivery may be possible for sizable orders.

Philodendron xanadu in 7" terracotta colored bioplanter for sale from a one-person online plant nursery in Phoenix, AZ. Local meetup by appointment, or delivery may be possible for sizable orders.

Sales tax is included where applicable.  I water these plants a little (very damp) every 7 days in the cooler months and in an indoor growing environment.  The bioplanter is without a drain hole for mess free watering and clean air. The collection contains a still young aloe (perhaps aculeata v. crousiana), baby graptopetalum paraguayense with pink tones right now, a kalanchoe fedtschenkoi variegata, a kalanchoe tubiflora, a portulacaria variegata, and a draping unknown succulent that is…

Sales tax is included where applicable. I water these plants a little (very damp) every 7 days in the cooler months and in an indoor growing environment. The bioplanter is without a drain hole for mess free watering and clean air. The collection contains a still young aloe (perhaps aculeata v. crousiana), baby graptopetalum paraguayense with pink tones right now, a kalanchoe fedtschenkoi variegata, a kalanchoe tubiflora, a portulacaria variegata, and a draping unknown succulent that is…

Mammillaria cactus in a ceramic planter from a small online plant nursery in Phoenix, AZ. Local meetup by appointment, or delivery may be possible for sizable orders.

Mammillaria cactus in a ceramic planter from a small online plant nursery in Phoenix, AZ. Local meetup by appointment, or delivery may be possible for sizable orders.

The tan 2.5" pot is made of plant fiber and called a bioplanter. The ones I use do not have a drain hole for mess free watering. The common name for this slow-growing trailing cactus is called 'green thumb,' but I don't know the latin name.  Photo copyright by Jennifer Everett Plants in Phoenix, AZ 85023.

The tan 2.5" pot is made of plant fiber and called a bioplanter. The ones I use do not have a drain hole for mess free watering. The common name for this slow-growing trailing cactus is called 'green thumb,' but I don't know the latin name. Photo copyright by Jennifer Everett Plants in Phoenix, AZ 85023.

Succulents in a ceramic planter from a small online plant nursery in Phoenix, AZ. Local meetup by appointment, or delivery may be possible for sizable orders.

Succulents in a ceramic planter from a small online plant nursery in Phoenix, AZ. Local meetup by appointment, or delivery may be possible for sizable orders.

The tan 2.5" pot is made of plant fiber and called a bioplanter. The ones I use do not have a drain hole for mess free watering. The common name for this slow-growing trailing cactus is called 'green thumb,' but I don't know the latin name.  Photo copyright by Jennifer Everett Plants in Phoenix, AZ 85023.

The tan 2.5" pot is made of plant fiber and called a bioplanter. The ones I use do not have a drain hole for mess free watering. The common name for this slow-growing trailing cactus is called 'green thumb,' but I don't know the latin name. Photo copyright by Jennifer Everett Plants in Phoenix, AZ 85023.

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