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Raccoon Planter with Succulent, Live Plant Gift, Hens and Chicks, Sempervivum

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Item details

Condition
New
Material
Ceramic
Handmade
Yes
MPN
X002R92J8T

More about this item

This is a Live Succulent in a Ceramic Planter - "Hens and Chicks" plant in a mini Raccoon shaped glazed ceramic pot. The pot by itself is about 3 inches in size. It does have a drainage hole.

Each pot is carefully hand planted with a live succulent in premium cactus / succulent soil. For this listing, I have shown Hens and Chicks (Sempervivum), although other options are also available if you message me.  You can also select the option for an airplant if you prefer (air plants will be planted in moss alone, without soil).

I am happy to include gift wrapping and/or a gift message if requested.

Hens and Chicks is a very pretty succulent also called Sempervivum ("always alive") because it's so hard to kill! Just make sure not to overwater. The central plant (the Hen) will frequently produce new little plants on the sides (the Chicks) which is why it's called Hens and Chicks. You can just cut them off and replant to create new plants, if you want to (or leave them to create full bushy "hair" for your raccoon). Hens and Chicks are also one of the few succulents that are frost hardy, so they will survive outside in almost any temperature including buried under snow and ice!