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Sun-loving succulents make perfect houseplants! Easy to care for and rewarding you with beautiful foliage that can come in a variety of shapes, textures and tones. This Fasciata features very distinctive leaves with a zebra style pattern running up.
A sunny windowsill is ideal for succulents to thrive as they adore their time in the sun. If you focus on getting the watering right you’ll be rewarded with a beautiful plant. In spring you’ll want to water your succulent once a week, allowing time for the soil to dry out completely. Be sure to always water from below by soaking the pot and leaving all the water to drain away before returning to a display pot. Never water the leaves as this can lead them to rotting which will ruin the lovely distinctive foliage.
Your succulent will come in a ceramic display pot and a bed of moss so it's good to go straight out of the box.
Our house plants are all grown in optimum conditions to ensure healthy, happy plants. These are then potted into stylish ceramic pots ready to go straight into your home!
Protecting your plant during delivery is one of our top priorities. The Little Botanical have spend years trialling different packaging materials, techniques and couriers to find the safest to ensure each plant arrives in perfect condition.
Extra thick cardboard provides the first level of protection. Inside the box, specially developed clamps hold the larger pots in place to minimise movement.
Folded cardboard and bubble wrap is added to absorb any contact shock and further prevent the plant moving around inside the box so that no matter how bumpy the journey, the plant will be still be protected. We use a delicate parcel network too so that your package is carried alongside other small, light parcels to minimise the risk of damage.
Do not water the leaves. A very tiny bit of water can be put under the leaves, straight into the soil. But we do not recommend doing this more than once a month.
For a more detailed guide with extra tips please read our blog below.