Hanging Teardrop Succulent Garden

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Glass Teardrop Terrarium
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The glass teardrop container is as charming as the plants within

Hang it up or set it flat on a windowsill or desk.

The glass Hanging Teardrop Succulent Garden is almost as eye-catching as the succulents growing within. This gift is perfect for anyone on your shopping list . . . if you can stand to give it up, that is. Three assorted succulents are surrounded by decorative stone, bark, and an air fern, creating a unique display that will look simply amazing hanging in a sunroom, under a covered porch, near a kitchen window, or any place else you fancy a bit of color and fascinating texture.

Hanging Teardrop Succulent Garden is extremely easy to care for, these succulents only ask for a few tablespoons of water each week, or they can be sprayed with water, just enough to keep their roots moist but not wet.

This glass Hanging Teardrop Succulent Garden can easily be hung from a hook or chain, but it has a flat bottom as well, so it can be placed on a windowsill or a desk. Wherever you put it, you'll love it.

Container dimensions: 4" diameter


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Cactus, Succulent & Terrarium Care Guide


Open your gift and unwrap the container, then carefully follow the instructions below to grow and enjoy a healthy plant.


Display succulents and terrariums where they will receive some direct morning sunlight and some filtered, indirect sunlight for a total of 6 to 8 hours of light per day. In the harsher afternoon hours, they may benefit from partial shade. Spring through fall, growing season, succulents should be placed in an area with good air circulation and a minimum temperature of 50°F at night. During winter months, when succulents go dormant, temperatures of 50° to 55°F are required. Do not expose plants to freezing temps.


During the growing season, spring to fall, allow soil to become moderately dry before watering, typically when the top 1/2 inch of the soil is dry to the touch, about once every week or two. During winter, water once every four weeks or less, always letting soil dry out between waterings. Do not overwater. Succulents need good drainage and will not grow or thrive with soggy roots.

Mixed Cactus Garden

Apply complete liquid fertilizer at 1/2 strength dilution every 2 weeks throughout the growing period, typically mid-spring to early fall.

Jackson & Perkins offers a selection of fertilizer & plant care products. We suggest using AlgoPlus fertilizer for the general health and maintenance of your plant.


Succulents are not commonly attacked by insects, but occasionally check the new growth, especially the underside of leaves, for signs of aphids or mealy bugs. If any pests are present, remove them by hand or gently wash the leaves with water. Do not use an insecticidal soap as it may damage the foliage.


When your plant has outgrown its current pot, transplant in early spring, if possible. With each repotting, increase the pot 2 to 3 inches in depth and diameter. Terra cotta and unglazed ceramic pots are best for succulents. They must have drainage holes and be well-draining. Fill the pot with fresh succulent or cactus soil mix, center the root ball from the old pot, and place soil around it to about 1 inch below the lip of the new planter. Make sure the top of the root ball is even with the top of the soil.

IMPORTANT: Ornamental plant material should not be eaten. Keep away from pets and children.

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