Happy PLNT Gift Card
Production Time:Feb 05 - Feb 09
All orders shipped via USPS Priority Mail, average time in transit 1-3 days. Free shipping on all orders $35+. Express shipping available for addition fee.
Free shipping on orders $35+ All orders are hand crafted and made to order. Please allow 1-3 business days for production depending on demand. We ship USPS Priority mail by default which averages 1-3 days in transit depending on your location. We also offer local delivery to most of San Diego County on Tuesdays and Fridays.
ORDER PRODUCTION TIME:
We aim to create and ship our orders quickly but please remember that all items are made to order. It take 1-3 business days for us to construct your arrangement after we receive your order.
We ship Monday-Thursday. Fast shipping is our STANDARD! By default, we ship via USPS Priority Mail. Average transit time is 1-3 days depending on your location. Express shipping is offered at checkout for an additional fee.
Orders $35 or more ship USPS Priority Mail for FREE. Express Mail options are available for an extra fee. Shipping cost on orders lower than $35 is calculated at checkout.
We deliver locally on Tuesdays and Fridays, with the exception of major holidays. A $50 minimum order is required for local delivery. Local delivery costs $5-$20 depending on location. Local delivery is offered within a 20 mile radius of our shop in La Mesa, zip code: 91942. Read more about our delivery area here.
Tuesday Deliveries: Any order placed between Thursday after 2pm through Monday at 2pm PST will be delivered on Tuesday.
Friday Deliveries: Any order placed by Monday after 2pm through Thursday at 2pm PST will be delivered on Friday.
2023 HOLIDAY CUT-OFF TIMES:
Valentine's Day: Place order by Feburary 8th, 8 pm PST
Easter: Place order by April 4th, 8 pm PST
Mother's Day: Place order by May 9th, 8 pm PST
Halloween: Place order by October 25th, 8 pm PST
Thanksgiving: Place order by November 17th, 8 pm PST
Christmas:Place order by December 19th, 8 pm PST
Unbox your order immediately! Your succulents have been sitting in the dark for a few days and they are desperate for some sunlight!
LIGHT: Place your arrangement where it will receive at least 4 hours of bright light a day, preferably morning light. Rotate frequently so all sides of your arrangement get enough sun. If you notice your succulents etiolating or losing vibrancy it's because they not receiving enough light. Avoid harsh high-noon summer sun which can burn your plants.
WATERING: In most cases, watering less is best with succulents. It's far more common to kill succulents from over-watering than under-watering. They can go 1-2 weeks in between watering. Make sure the soil/moss is completely dry before watering. During the growing season and warmer months, you may want to water more and water less in the winter or when your plants are dormant. When it's time to water, we prefer using a directional water bottle to thoroughly dampen the moss and soil that the succulents are adhered to. Avoid letting water pool in the center of rosette succulents or use a manual air blower to dry them off to prevent rot. You can add products to care for your arrangement from our store here.
TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY: Succulents prefer average to warm temperatures and average humidity. In dry areas, you can run a humidifier to help keep your plants happy. Succulents do not do well in hot summer heat which can burn your plants. They also can not tolerate cold and freezing temperatures.
PRESENTATION: We do our best to make sure everything succulent is firmly adhered to the moss on your arrangement but occasionally some will fall off in shipping or over time. If that happens, just attach the plant again with glue. The glue does not hurt the plant and it will continue to root and grow. Within a couple of weeks, you may notice new roots and even babies growing on some of your succulents. We thinking watching succulents grow and propagate is fascinating and one of the reasons we are so drawn to these hardy little plants. Once you are ready to retire your arrangement, gently pull off the succulents and plant them in your garden or in a container with drainage filled with cactus soil. You can even use them for your own DIY crafts!