Mother's Day Newsletter
April 28, 2020
Mother's Day Newsletter, exciting release of LITHOPS - Living Stones, and a bonus for our Hobart customers - FREE delivery for deliveries to Hobart Inner Suburbs - for a limited time only.
Buddha's Temple - Final days of our HOT offer.
April 20, 2020
Last days of The Succulent Store's HOT OFFER for April - buy 7 plants and receive a FREE Buddha's Temple.
Read a little more about the fabulously kooky Buddha's Temple.
Hot Offer for April 2020
March 30, 2020
The Succulent Store has a HOT OFFER for April - buy 7 plants and receive a FREE Buddha's Temple.
Autumn is all about colour - and what your succulents need over the next coming months.
Winter Closing Dates 2019
January 01, 2020
The Succulent Store will be closed for winter fromMonday 29th July until Monday the 26th August 2019.
Read our Newsletter here.
Kalanchoe tomentosa is commonly known as Pussy Ears because of its felt-like hairy foliage. These are great little succulents and very easy to grow. Read more about them here.
New Releases for 2019
The Succulent Store is happy to announce the much anticipated arrival of the Dolphin Plant or Senecio peregrinus - and you can read all about it here.
Available for purchase now.
Christmas & New Year Trading Dates
We may be closing over Christmas and New Year but it's never too late to buy a Gift Card from the Succulent Store.
December 13, 2018
Christmas Delivery times for 2018. Place your orders by Sunday 16th December.
Sedums - the Ultimate Space Invader
November 27, 2018
Here is some information about the fabulous small leafed Sedums - the Ultimate Space Invader.
Spring Edition - Delosperma
Here is some information about the fabulous Delospermas
May 22, 2018
Here is some information about the fabulous Sempervivums. These tough, colourful, frost hardy plants.
Crassula Buddha's Temple
April 15, 2018
Here is some information about the fabulous Crassula Buddha's Temple
Why our plants are the best value around
March 26, 2018
Here are some good reasons to buy our plants and why we take the time to package them very carefully so they have the best chance of surviving.