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Succulent Planter with Chocolate Soldier Plant, Green Marble Kalanchoe Tomentosa

$16.99
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Estimated to arrive by Thu, Jun 2nd

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$5.49 via USPS First Class Mail (2 to 3 business days) to United States
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Item details

Condition
New
Material
Ceramic
Plant Category
Cactus & Succulents
Common Name
Chocolate Soldier

More about this item

This is a live 'Chocolate Soldier' Panda Plant succulent (Kalanchoe tomentosa) in a 2.75" ceramic planter pot with drainage hole.

The planter is in a green marble design, and is 2.75" wide. It does have drainage.

Chocolate Soldier is a variety of Panda Plant that is a cute fuzzy succulent that is quite easy to grow. Give it some sun and not too much water and it will be happy.

The plant is planted in succulent soil inside the planter, with decorative moss on top.  It will be shipped exactly as shown in the picture (may not be the particular plant pictured, but same variety).

PLEASE NOTE: there is always a risk shipping plants in the winter time, due to potential for delays or sub-freezing weather. We recommend upgrading to Priority Mail for live plants, so they will ship faster and more safely.  We cannot be responsible for frozen or frost-damaged plants.  If you are concerned, I am happy to switch out the plant to a frost-hardy "hens & chicks" (just add a message).  Thank you!