More Plant Info

  • Can you identify this plant?

    Succulent identification can be difficult--some cultivars can express a range of seasonal colors and plants carry multiple or mislabeled common names. Searching our collection and referring to multiple photos from our catalog can be a great place to start. We also recommend consulting with plant ...
  • Will my plants have names included?

    Yes, with some exceptions. We specialize in named succulent varieties, so all of our individual plants and sets include tags with the unique cultivar or species of each plant along with its hardiness rating. The tags are small plastic stakes and are durable enough to be reused after transplanting...
  • When will a plant be back in stock?

    Many succulent varieties are only available seasonally because of their propagation cycles. During the growing season, we can usually restock sets and trays weekly. Most individual plants will go in and out of stock through the seasons, but they are also restocked weekly when available. Thursday ...
  • Do you have this plant?

    The search bar lets you browse our full collection of the succulent varieties that are either available or temporarily out of stock. Any product that is out of stock will have a field for an email address. Enter you email, click Subscribe, and you will be notified when it is back in stock. A goo...
  • What if I have other questions, concerns, or requests?

    Contact us here (https://mountaincrestgardens.com/contact-us/); our very knowledgeable customer service team are happy to help however we can! And if you have questions about a specific plant, please attach photos of it.
  • Where can I learn more about succulents?

    You can learn a lot about succulents through trial and error, but there are also a lot of fantastic resources available. We have a wide array of Succulent Books (https://mountaincrestgardens.com/succulent-books/), Videos (https://mountaincrestgardens.com/Videos/), and Blog Posts (https://mountain...