Cobweb Hen and Chicks
-Very attractive hen and chick that is at home indoors or outdoors.
-Winter hardy in USDA Zones 3-9.
-Individual rosettes grow up to 2 inches tall and and 2-3inches wide. Will form a dense ground cover mat of numerous rosettes eventually reaching up to 1' wide
-This Succulent will come in a 4" plastic pot. Item pictures in square pot is an example of what you will receive. You will receive 1 of the pots. The picture of the 3 plants together was meant to show variation.
-Although 3" pots are pictured, your plant will come in a slightly larger 4" square pot. These pictures were added to show additional variations.
-Water succulent thoroughly only when soil is completely dry. This is normally an 7-14 day time span.
-This succulent can tolerate a broad range of lighting as long as it is near a window if being grown indoors. Does best with direct sun light shining on it for 4-6hrs. or more daily in order to keeps its coloration.
-When repotting, make sure that your soil does not contain any peat moss as this will rot your succulent due to holding too much moisture. We recommend any type of soil conditioner to repot succulents in. Add sand if there is nothing coarse in the soil conditioner you use.
-Plants Shipped to California, Arizona or Hawaii will be bare root.
If you live in a cold area with temps below freezing, please purchase a heat pack along with your plant. 72 hour packs should be used for 2 day shipping and 96 hour packs for 3 day + shipping. If you are unsure which heat pack is needed please message us with your zip code.
We do our best to check weather forecasts before shipping to ensure your plants are in transit on the best days however weather and shipping delays are unfortunately out of our control. WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR COLD DAMAGE IF A HEAT PACK IS NOT PURCHASED WITH YOUR ORDER.
LINK TO OUR HEAT PACKS:
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