Everything comes in a subscription these days and it can be annoying. I don’t want to pay a monthly fee to get discounts on lingerie, for example. But I love plants, which is why I subscribed to get two succulents a month with the Succulent Subscription Box.
This post is not sponsored, and full disclosure, I cancelled my subscription after six months. But I my be signing up for a new one, and you should consider it too! This is why…
Plants are awesome! Having them in your home is proven to make you happier and even healthier. Succulents are beautiful little plants and don’t take up too much space but can add a lot to a space. Unfortunately, succulents are also a little harder to take care of than your regular devil’s ivy or spider plant. But not all succulents are made the same!
The Succulent Subscription Box is a fun way to learn about new plants while beautifying your home. It is very reasonably priced and it is possible to customize based on your needs. I changed my subscription several times and the company was always responsive and accommodating.
How it Works
When you got to the Subscription Box website, you can begin to pick what you want. First, you chose how many succulents you want to receive per month. You can see the options and prices below:
With all of the above, you can get a 5% discount for paying for multiple months at once. They also offer one-time succulent boxes for special occasions, like Valentines Day.
In addition to these boxes, they also sell individual plants that you can shop for here. What makes these plants different from your local Walmart variety, is that they are run by a small company with the environment in mind. Along with growing and shipping these plants in the greenest way possible, the company also works with One Tree Planted. One Tree Planted is a non-profit organization focused on global reforestation.
So why did I cancel my subscription? I had a crazy year… I bought a house, rescued two 75 pound dogs and relocated my life to a new place. Things got so hectic that I forgot to bring all my plants in during the first frost and most of them died. I simply didn’t have time for succulents anymore. Although of the 20 something plants that I left out in the cold, three of the survivors happened to be succulents from this company.
Once the weather warms up and my schedule clears up a little, I hope to renew my subscription. I dream of creating fairy gardens and filling every room in the house with plants. I trust this company to provide me with healthy plants and the information that I need to take care of them. Air plants have also been on my radar for a while so I’m hoping to turn over a new leaf, literally, with the Succulent Subscription Box.