A: They're not labeled, they're certainly not super healthy. Poorly rooted, and not at all what I ordered.
A: The plants didn’t even have the name of each, it was a disaster trying to figure out online the kind of succulent that I purchase. Bad quality I bought 52 succulents and most of the half died already.
A: They’re exactly the same. They just put a fancy name on one to charge a little extra. Don’t waste your money paying extra for “premium pastel” succulents. Mine were all green, not a single pastel one.
A: Both plants are the same except these has more vibrant color than the premium pastel ones.
A: You'd be better off buying small plant pots and replanting them in the decorative pot. Purchase some metal floral stakes and attach a message to each stake. I would not box them. They need air and many of the sedums are EXTREMELY fragile. Parts of the sedum will break off if packaged in a box. They might work in a cupcake box with a clear lid and handle. You'll want to secure them in place in a box because if they tip over you'll have a mess. The pots that my sedums were planted in were square not round. Another thought is to use colored Hefty plastic party cups. Attach a handle on the sedum pot with hot glue and either ribbon or paper (this could add some addition color to complement your event) so that your guest could lift them out of the cup when they got home.
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