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One in second photo is gone, third photo is available! I just made two of these adorable little succulent gardens! They each have four baby succulents, with pieces of amethyst scattered throughout ! They’re in small handmade ceramic containers/pottery dishes! These are all succulents I propagated myself, and I also mined the amethyst myself too! 😊 $15 trade value each or 2000 btz each! They would make great Christmas gifts for a plant lover 😊 #plant #plantbunz #succulent
Mother Of Thousands Succulents
Mother of thousands succulents. Very easy to care for - bright light and water once a week in summer, every other week in winter. Makes a great gift for Christmas! They can live forever with the right care. #giftit Iso one token/cider each or can do a deal for a few! Located near Sheppard West station so I have the most availability at that station but travel downtown (St Patrick stn) regularly. Can meet at any stations in between. I’m at Yonge and Gerard (near college stn) on Friday’s. Occasionally in west and east end! By car can meet near sheppard ave and bathurst st.
Silver Coral succulent. Super easy to take care of, simply water him once a week and give him vitamins every now and again. Hang in a sunny spot your home. He may be a little now but he will one day be mighty. I like to trade either in the Junction on the weekends or Monday to Friday 9 to 5 at the Yonge /Bloor Subway #plant #gift #grow
This is a lovely little Kalanchoe Chocolate Soldier. The brown tips on the leaves are perfectly normal, hence the 'chocolate' name. He may be a little now but he will one day be mighty. He’s planted in a very nice ceramic pot. I put an extra long string on the hanger but I can shorten it if you think that would be best. I like to trade either in the Junction on the weekends or Monday to Friday 9 to 5 at the Yonge /Bloor Subway #plant #gift #grow
String of Pearls
EDIT: Thank you all for the high volume of interest! Given the limited number of clippings, I won't be able to respond to everyone. Thanks again! They’re back! I enjoy trading my healthy baby pearls, and sharing the succulent love!! Give this post a like and I will C H E C K your profile! Will also trade for items on my iso list. #plantzone #plant #plants #succulent #stringofpearls
My Failed Planter Project :+)
So I had this cute teacup but it was chipped to HECK. I decided it would be extra cute for succulents and thought I'd just drill some holes into it for drainage. Well, it wasn't as easy as I thought (yes, I had the right drill bit) and I gave up after 3 holes. I was going BANANAS trying to finish this and to make matters worse, the result was mediocre :+) I thought you could use the lid as a sort of tray and...you can, but I find the cup balances precariously on the inside lip of the lid. It might be different once there's soil and weight inside of the cup, I dunno. It stands just under 3.5 inches high. The lemon basket print is still cute. Maybe you can make it work! Not ISO much. Something small from my list. Maybe you've got a succulent clipping I could have? Make me an offer! I do always take BTZ. Thanks for looking! :) #Broken #Porcelain #Teacup #Succulent #Planter
New Giftables Llama Alpaca Cactus Succulent Candles, Coasters, Trinket Dish
Was gifted these and I just don't have use for them. Maybe you know someone who would love them! Set of 6 succulent tea lights, Alpaca/llama cactus felt coasters, and a little ceramic ring dish. All brand new in original packaging. Would love to trade for wine/beer or a gift card I also have a larger succulent candle in my profile that would pair well with this!
Myott & Son Co China Tea Cup and Saucer
This Antique set has no obvious chips or cracks, but when you look very closely you can see the handle had been glued back on. This might be good for crafters or as a planter for succulents. I have a second cup and saucer with a broken handle and a crack in the glaze of the saucer.