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Our Succulents and Cacti

Welcome to our Succulents & Cacti page, where we celebrate the beauty, diversity, and resilience of these fascinating plants. At Hionis Greenhouses, we offer a wide range of succulents and cacti, each with its unique charm and character.

Succulents and cacti are the perfect choice for both novice and experienced gardeners. Their low-maintenance nature, coupled with their ability to thrive in a variety of conditions, makes them an excellent choice for indoor and outdoor spaces. Not to mention, their unique shapes, sizes, and colors add an exotic touch to any setting.

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Our Collection: A World of Variety

At Hionis Greenhouses, we pride ourselves on our diverse collection of succulents and cacti. Whether you're looking for a small, compact plant for your office desk or a statement piece for your garden, we've got you covered.


Our succulents come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors. From the rosette-forming Echeveria to the trailing String of Pearls, our collection is sure to captivate you. Our succulents are available in:

  • 3" Succulent Pots: Perfect for those who are just starting their succulent collection or looking for a small plant to brighten up a space.

  • 4" Succulent Pots: A great choice for those who want a slightly larger plant that's still easy to care for.

  • 6" Succulent Pots: Ideal for those who want a statement piece or a centerpiece for their succulent arrangement.


Our cacti collection is just as diverse and fascinating. From the spherical Golden Barrel Cactus to the towering Saguaro, our cacti are sure to make a bold statement. Our cacti are available in:

  • 4" Cacti Pots: These compact cacti are perfect for adding a touch of the desert to your home or office.

  • 5" Cacti Pots: A little larger, these cacti make a great focal point in any succulent arrangement or rock garden.

Care Guide: Helping Your Plants Thrive

While succulents and cacti are relatively low-maintenance, they do require some care to thrive. They prefer bright light, well-draining soil, and a good soak when their soil is completely dry. Overwatering is a common issue, so it's important to let the soil dry out between waterings.

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