7 Best Places to Buy Succulents Online
It is no easy task to feed the insatiable hunger for succulents, but these websites are here to help.
A critically-acclaimed online store, The Succulent Source is a favorite of many. It may appear that their selling point is an abundance of cute children supposedly selecting succulents for you, but don’t let it fool you – their succulents are consistently quality.
People are consistently impressed by the quality and alacrity with of Succulent Source shipments. The secret to shipping? Sending happy plants quickly. And how could the plants not be happy when they’re being shipped direct to you from sunny California?
Believe it or not, the fat plant trade on Amazon is thriving. You can find lots of succulents collections, succulent accessories, and countless succulent seeds. The quality varies by seller, of course, but the options are endless. Read the reviews of other customers when making your decision!
If you have Amazon Prime – you’re in luck (if not, here’s a 30 day free trial). There are loads of succulent plants, cuttings, accessories, and pots available through Prime. What’s better than satisfying that Amazon spree with sweet, sweet succies? Nothing. That’s what. Two-Day Shipping here we come!!!
The elegant, minimalist website belies what is really a complex catalog. Leaf and Clay has one of the most extensive lineups of succulent species on the web. Beware – you’ll probably end up with more than you were originally looking for if you search here, so it’s a good thing they have free shipping on orders over $75!
Make sure to sign up for their newsletter! They’ve got loads of deals monthly. Like all good succulent vendors, they have a Safe Arrival™ Guarantee. But theirs is trademarked, for some reason. Seriously, look.
Perhaps an unconventional entry, but Etsy has a wealth of succulents and related paraphernalia. You’re likely to find a quality comparable to or slightly better than Amazon. This is the place to go if you would rather support the individuals or small businesses that populate Etsy. Since it might be a bit daunting to delve in if you’re unfamiliar, here’s some of the best Etsy stores.
That wraps it up for this Etsy Shop roundup, but there is much, much more. A simple search for “succulents” on Etsy will yield innumerable results.
A staple of online succulent shops, Youngs Garden has a solid selection of succulents at solid prices. They are not unusually spectacular, but you know what you’re getting and that kind of reliability is valuable.
Touted by many as the best place to buy succulents online, you can’t go wrong buying from Mountain Crest Gardens. They carry a huge variety of plants for a very reasonable price. If you’re looking to start your collection, they also sell bundles of random succulents on the cheap! Perfect for gifts or expanding your own collection.
They recently started a rewards program. Now you can feel less guilty for each binge on succulents. It’s like your obsession is feeding itself now… in a more affordable way.
As one of the largest succulents stores on the web, Simply Succulents is always a good place to go. Their unique selling point isn’t just their wide array of succulent options – it’s the succulent-related options. Check out their wreaths, DIY kits, and terrarium supplies. Topiaries? Check. Fairy Garden supplies? Check. Wedding favors? You betcha.
What’s your favorite place to buy succulents online? Do you have any experiences about buying online that you’d like to share? Tell us below!