Melbourne based succulent shop. Due to delays caused by covid 19, we changed our order cut off time to Thursday 11:59pm and will be posted on the following Monday. Orders received after Thursday will be sent on the next next Monday. We do not post to NT, TAS and WA.
Echeveria ebony is probably one of the most sought after Echeverias by the collectors. It has a very robust rosette and red or purple leaf edge. When grown very hard under harsh sun, The leaf edge of ebony turns very dark and will look almost black.
Ebonies under this listing were seed grown so each one of these has it's own unique character. Some leaves are fatter and some are thinner, some have darker edge some have red edge, some have pale leaves and some not as pale. The genes were remixed when new seeds were made to form these unique characters. May grown up to 30 cm in diameter. prefers full/partial sun.
Photo 1-7 are samples what you may receive, we have many more that we can't photograph the entire lot. The harder you grow them the more potentials they will show. These are at least 3 years old at the moment （May 2020), 9-10cm in diameter.
Plant sent will be similar to shown but not identical.
Please allow yourself some time to read through our descriptions. Some are displays photos and some are selling photos.
If we run out of big enough plants we may send 2 x smaller ones.
Starts from $9.5 (500 g). Auspost express post with signature.
Postage will be calculated at the check out.
We are able to post plants to S.A, VIC, N.S.W, A.C.T and QLD area.
Transit time:1-2 business days to metro areas.
Dispatch time: Monday and Tuesday. Plants will be shipped bare root/individually labelled, and wrapped with great care.
Succulent colourschanges due to temperature, sun and watering. We are very proud of our plants and will endeavour to send out the best specimens possible. The plants colour may not always look the same as when the photos were taken. Thirsty succulents are more colourful. They will look more and more beautiful as you give them TLC and time to show their best.
Rntsucculents has been sending out tens of thousands of succulent by mail since November 2015.