Cactus, Aloe & Succulent Plants
Cactus, Aloe & Succulent Plants
Cactus, Aloe & Succulent Plants
Cactus, Aloe & Succulent Plants
Cactus, Aloe & Succulent Plants
Cactus, Aloe & Succulent Plants
Cactus, Aloe & Succulent Plants
Cactus, Aloe & Succulent Plants
Cactus, Aloe & Succulent Plants
Cactus, Aloe & Succulent Plants
Cactus, Aloe & Succulent Plants
Cactus, Aloe & Succulent Plants
Cactus, Aloe & Succulent Plants

Cactus, Aloe & Succulent Plants

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** We are currently experiencing a high volume of orders and wanted to let you know that shipping may be slightly delayed as a result. We are working hard to return this back to normal as soon as possible **

Now you can add Spike the Cactus, Ally the Aloe or Suzie the Succulent to your clay kits! 

Build your new spiky friend a little clay pot house and watch them grow into the perfect desk companion. Paint and decorate their pot, pop them inside then gently water and care for them at home.

Be sure to protect their pot with the sealant provided after painting.

If they grow too much you'll have to build a bigger home for them!

Each cactus friend is unique and chosen at random. They are all beautifully spiky, full of colour and very friendly. 

Our Aloe Tiki plants are larger and all very much alike.

Our Succulents come in lots of different shades and shapes - all gorgeously symmetrical. They make very lively and loving plant friends.

Add Spike, Ally or Suzie to your cart and we'll include your new friend carefully protected inside the kit.

Cactus Pot Diameter: 55mm

Aloe Pot Diameter: 90mm

Succulent Pot Diameter: 80mm

Plant Care

Spike enjoys being in direct sunlight and likes to be watered once or twice a month.

Ally needs lots of light, but not direct sunlight. Soil should be well-drained which prevents the roots from rotting. Ally prefers to be watered as the soil dries out.

Suzie likes to be in direct sunlight and loves it when you rotate her once in a while. Water the soil according to the seasons (more in summer), and only re-water once the soil has dried out.