What are plugs?
Plugs are soil where plants grow and establish roots. In formal events (wedding, party), most people would use a pretty container for display. Plugs are perfect for that purpose, just pluck it out from the tray, put it into a nice container, add soil/ colored sand as desired.
Should I worry if cuttings have no roots?
Taking succulent stem or leaf cutting is an easy method of propagating cacti and succulents. Cuttings may or may not have roots when shipped. They will form new roots on their own. Our cuttings are cut a day prior to ship date. Set the cutting aside for about half a week until the cut end forms a callus (a thickened tissue over the cut) to prevent disease and rotting. Once a callus develops, plant the callused end in soil mix and keep the soil slightly moist until the cutting takes root. Applying rooting hormone is not necessary.
Ideas to use sempervivum plants
We offer large, medium and small Sempervivum plants.
Cute live sempervivum plants will look beautiful in votive candle holders or terra cotta pots as guest favors, just add with decorative colorful sand. Other uses:
1. bridal bouquet; 2. table centerpiece; 3. guest name tag holder; 4. wine corks with magnet; 5. fairy miniature garden.
Perennials and Grasses, are they available?
Perennials and Grasses in plug trays' availability changes every hour and I am unable to update database in real time. Please ask availability by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we will confirm within a few hours. You may also order right away, if they are not available, we will refund in full.
How do Perennials and Ornamental Grasses in plug trays look like?
*Perennials and Ornamental Grasses in plug trays by 21, 36, 38, 50, 72, 128 plugs
Plants in tray are rooted: Our starter plants grown in plug tray have roots established in soil for easy planting without transplant shock.
Can I buy half a tray? Can I mix different plants in a tray? If you wonder to buy only half quantity of a tray, the answer is NO. These perennials and ornamental grasses are sold by tray. They cannot be mixed up or separated.
How do plugs in a tray look like? The pictures below show plugs in different sizes depending on how many plugs in a tray. Higher quantity of plants in a tray means smaller/younger sized plants. Lower quantity of plants per tray means larger/more mature plants.
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