Cuttings - Assorted Succulents

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Use succulent cuttings for DIY projects!  Sizes, colors, types can all vary based on lots of factors!  We have access to over 100 types of succulents, cuttings may or may not be pictured, but you'll still get a variety of shapes, textures, sizes and colors.  If looking for more color and rosette shapes, please check out our rosette only cuttings, those will have more of the pastel colors!

These are simple succulent cuttings, not show specimens, they may(likely, like all of us) have flaws, spots, etc. if you don't like a leaf or 2, you can often take off and try to re-root into a new succulent!  If some leaves do the same during shipping, replant or throw away, succulents naturally lose/drop leaves in life.  Some of the cuttings you can turn into multiple smaller ones too!  Have fun with them and get creative!!  Succulents are beautiful!

Please see our videos, blogs, and Questions page for rooting info!!  Place in the shade and wait a few weeks and they’ll begin to root.  You can also lay on top of soil and the same thing will happen.  Succulent cuttings but a lot cheaper for those with a little patience

If looking for exact types of cuttings, please see the link below.

https://thesucculentsource.com/products/succulent-starters-various-cuttings?variant=14618932838443

Assorted Succulent Cuttings
Cut from a variety of our stock succulent plants.

Your order may vary from the pictures, but you will receive various shapes, textures and sizes including:

Crassulas, Haworthias, Aloes, Kalanchoes, Aeoniums,
Echeverias, etc.

*** SORRY WE DO NOT TAKE CUSTOM REQUESTS FOR THIS PRODUCT ***
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What are their size and shape?
1-5 inches in length

Approx 1/4 Rosette (Flower) Shapes, 3/4 Assorted
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Ordering for an event? Leave a note at checkout so we ship at the best time.

What colors will I receive?
These cuttings are mainly GREEN hues.


Looking for more colorfulcuttings?

Check out our rosette wedding succulent cuttings.
(They are more appropriate for bouquets, corsages, boutonnieres & other DIY where you need more color "Pop"!
Shop Wedding Cuttings
succulent cuttings for events

What are some DIY cutting projects?

Living Walls
Wreaths
Container Gardens
Seasonal Projects
How do they stay in place?
Some cuttings have smaller length stems than others. Floral Pins are often used to hold them down until they establish their own roots!

See YouTube videos showing how cuttings can be secured for wreaths, walls etc.

You can trim them yourself and have additional cuttings!
How do cuttings stay alive?
They no longer have a way to take in water. They will slowly decline in appearance until they are rooted at which time they will begin perking up quickly.

Succulent cuttings will often look worse before looking better, allow rooting to insure this!
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Have more cuttings questions?
See our Cutting FAQ for info needed on rooting succulent cuttings!

If you are looking for larger cuttings or amounts, please message us.
Cuttings FAQ

Customer Reviews

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I.J.
Loveeeee

Fast delivery and here all safe!!! I paid for 4 cuttings and they give me 1 extra which was really nice!!! Definitely will be ordering here again very soon :)

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J.S.
Great Selection

I was amazed by the selection. I was worried that ordered several dozen would result in the same, not so cute, selections. But I was pleasantly surprised. There were no more than two of each variety and they were all so pretty and perky!

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A.G.
Happy Little Plants

Great variety of cuttings. All came in excellent condition and all are doing well!
Great service, fast shipping, Thank you!!

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J.C.
Great service! Great product!

My succulent cuttings were perfect for the project I'm doing! They arrived on time, in good shape, and they're beautiful! The variety was perfect. I hope to order again!

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T.W.
Wonderful resource, great, true to description products

I selected a high number (77) of cuttings as I planned to plant three new frames. They arrived as expected, each bundle of paper-wrapped cuttings a separate item in the box. I followed directions and unwrapped each bundle letting them air a bit before undertaking the actual planting. I removed a few of the lowest leaves to provide a good stem contact and then inserted a variety into each planter (18"x18", 12"x12", 12"x12"). With luck, it rained shortly after I finished, so Mom Nature blessed my frames. I used a good quality (E.B. Stone cactus mix) soil and tried to overfill each frame slightly to allow for settling. So far so good. I'll update with photos when they are firmly rooted-in. I am delighted to have such a wonderful resource so close at hand.