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Embrace the allure of nature with our Sweet Succulent collection - your perfect partner for adding a dash of green elegance to any space. Our carefully selected sweet-smelling succulents are more than just plants; they are a lifestyle choice, promoting an ambiance of tranquility and a connection to nature. Easy to care for and stunning to behold, these succulents are ideal for both seasoned plant enthusiasts and green thumbs in the making. Join us in creating vibrant, living art pieces that thrive on minimal care and infuse your surroundings with their subtle, sweet fragrances.


  • 3 pots for $45.00


  • Ceramic succulent pots will each have a bamboo drainage dish.


  • The size of the pots are 3.5 in. wide and 2 in. tall.


  • Ceramic pot color and succulents types will vary.

Sweet Succulents

    • What are the sweet-smelling succulents? Sweet-smelling succulents include varieties like the Chocolate Soldier Plant (Pleiospilos nelii) and the Copper Pinwheel (Aeonium sunburst), known for their subtle, sweet fragrances that delight the senses.
    • What is the most beautiful succulent plants? Beauty is subjective, but the Echeveria variety, with its rosette shape and stunning colors, is often considered one of the most visually appealing succulents. Others include the striking Blue Agave and the delicate Lithops, or "Living Stones."

    • Do succulents like to be touched? While touching doesn’t directly harm most succulents, frequent handling can potentially damage their delicate leaves or remove the protective powdery coating found on some varieties, affecting their health and appearance.

    • What does a thirsty succulent look like? A thirsty succulent may have wrinkled, shriveled, or limp leaves. The plant might also appear to be duller in color, indicating it’s time to water it moderately, allowing the soil to dry out between watering.

    • What succulent smells like maple syrup? The succulent that is known for smelling like maple syrup is the Fenestraria rhopalophylla or "Baby Toes." This plant can emit a sweet scent similar to maple syrup, especially during its flowering season.

    • What is the best succulent plant for beginners? The Jade Plant (Crassula ovata) is often recommended for beginners due to its hardy nature and minimal care requirements. It can thrive under various conditions and is known for bringing good luck.

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