Online succulent marketplace announces new spring 2021 collection
California-based Succulent Market stocks unique, high-quality varieties of succulents and cacti ready to ship anywhere in the nation
By: Succulent Market
In advance of the spring season, Succulent Market will be launching new varieties of succulents for sale via their online marketplace at succulentmarket.com.
Succulents — a group of plants that store water in their leaves as a way to survive times of low moisture — have become increasingly popular for their array of leaf shapes and colors, simple elegance, and ability to tolerate underwatering.
Over three generations, the Succulent Market has built a reputation for delivering the highest quality succulents and cacti to customers around the world. The California-based farm and online marketplace offers a wide array of hard-to-find cactus and succulent products, including more than 300 individual varieties of echeveria, haworthia, aeonium, crassula, aloe, and other succulent species.
The Succulent Market's high quality succulents are raised in greenhouses optimized for exceptional quality, variety, and color. Plants can be purchased potted, as cuttings, and in bulk, with wholesale pricing available. They also sell potting soil specially formulated for cacti and succulents.
In anticipation of the spring launch, the company has been teasing images from the collection on their social media pages.
"We can't wait to unveil our full line of gorgeous new varieties of succulents this spring," said a company spokesperson. "Anyone searching for rare and hard-to-find succulents will be thrilled by our 2021 spring collection as they search for the perfect low-maintenance houseplants to spark joy in their home interiors."
Succulent Market ships plants nationwide, with free shipping on orders over $65. Every plant is guaranteed to arrive in perfect condition.
Learn more about the Succulent Market's 2021 Spring Succulent Collection and shop online at https://succulentmarket.com.
View a video from the Succulent Market on how to keep succulent plants clean and healthy at https://youtu.be/