Succulent Studios: Subscription Box Review

Succulent Studios, Succulent Studios: Subscription Box Review, The Travel Bug Bite

Two weeks ago I wrote a piece about a succulent subscription box. It looks like an amazing company and you should read all about it here. However, the one that I have had personal experience with was in fact Succulent Studios.

How did I manage to mess this up and write about a different company? I was tired and had no idea there were multiple succulent subscription boxes. The website did look different but I assumed it had changed over the past year. It didn’t… so let’s try this again!

Succulent Studios is a great company that guarantees 100% satisfaction. They often have deals for first time buyers such as their current free shipping offer with the code SHIPPINGSUCCS. I was a subscriber for several months until I got too overwhelmed with caring for plants due to personal circumstances. I am hoping to renew it once things settle down for me!

Great Customer Service

What stood out to me with Succulent Studios was their personal approach to customer service. Any time I had a question I would send them a Facebook message and got an almost immediate response. They were happy to re-send succulents that got damaged during shipping. It was possible to skip months when I needed a break. Finally, they also let me cancel hassle-free once I couldn’t handle the plant care anymore.

Eco Friendly

Another great thing about Succulent Studios is that they care about the environment. The plants are shipped without any plastic packaging. During the growing process they also make sure to use only organic media and fertilizers. As they so eloquently write on their website, “we’ve made it our mission to walk this earth more gently and do our part for a brighter, greener future.”

As I mentioned in the other accidental blog post, I accidentally left all my plants outside the night of the first frost. Most of my plants didn’t make it through but three dainty looking plants from Succulent Studios survived and are thriving. If that isn’t proof of their hardiness, I don’t know what is.

Succulent Studios, Succulent Studios: Subscription Box Review, The Travel Bug Bite

Succulent Studios, Succulent Studios: Subscription Box Review, The Travel Bug Bite

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