Succulent Studios

Do you like succulents? Fun mail? SUBSCRIPTION BOXES? Then you’ll love the Succulent Studios Subscription Box as much as I do.

Some of the links in this post are affiliate links, meaning, at no additional cost to you, I will earn a commission (in the form of succulents!) if you use this link for your own subscription. I only recommend what I use and love.


Okay so first of all, I’m a sucker for succulents. I love them all from aloe plants to hens and chicks. I’m all succulent, all the time. I have at least one succulent in almost every single room in my house and I still can’t get enough.

For $10/mo plus shipping, Succulent Studios sends 2 organically grown, beautiful, baby succulents grown right in California.

Take my money, Succulent Studios.

I ordered my first box in January and I checked my mail box every day hoping it was delivered. I was worried, you know? How were two tiny plants going to travel clear across the country without being damaged? Were they going to be cold? Thirsty?

I. NEEDED. THEM.

I’m happy to report they came in perfect on one of the most coldest, bitter days of the year. I had just ran 5 miles and was greeted with a little California warmth when I got home. The box is really sturdy and pretty intricate as far as boxes are concerned, and the plants are wrapped with stuffing and rubber banded down within in inch of their lives.

Trust me, they aren’t going anywhere no matter how much they’re tossed around.

They come with little care cards that includes the species of plant you received that month, along with water and sun instructions. Also let’s not mention all the stinking ADORABLE tiny pots you can order for baby succulents.

I mean it’s basically common knowledge that tiny things are the cutest things, amiright?

Here I am, 6 months later and the proud parent of four sets of succulents.

They’re all thriving, with the help of that little care card, and I’m anxiously waiting for this months box. I actually suspended a months subscription because I thought I had too many to take care of. I realized I can never have too many and re-upped my subscription. #isitnextmonthyet

Succulent Studios

Slip on over to Succulent Studios to get your subscription + get $5 off your first box.
You’ll thank me later.

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