3 Different Aloe Plants – Easy to grow/Hard to Kill! – 3″ Pots


3 Different Aloe Plants – Easy to grow/Hard to Kill! – 3″ Pots

  • Three gorgeous aloe plants – growers choice from 25 varieties
  • Fat Plants is a California licensed nursery

3 varieties of aloe plants in 3 inch pots

List Price: $ 24.99

Price: $ 11.00

3 Comments/Reviews

  • Hyla Waldron "greenearthjourneydotcom" says:
    78 of 82 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Arrived promptly, April 15, 2009
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    Plants arrived promptly. Not the exact same as pictured. I will post my picture to give you an idea of what you might receive. Packaged well and packaged together with my other order. Growing instructions included. The plants seem to be in very good condition.

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  • D. B. McCauley says:
    24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Don’t expect what you see in the product photo, December 26, 2013
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    D. B. McCauley (Springfield, MA) –

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    I ordered these for several family members this Christmas. I figured aloe plants are an essential plant for the house, especially if you cook a bit and enjoy the summer sun.

    What I received was not what I expected.

    First, regarding the shape these plants were in when they arrived: admittedly, it’s winter here in New England, and I’m sure the plants weren’t too thrilled about being banged around by the rushed delivery man in the sub-freezing temperatures.

    Second, the plants themselves were held into their various pots (none of the pots are the same) by masking tape. The plants are not well-established in their soil. In fact, one of them just fell apart this morning from what looked like rot. Another of the aloes seem to have clipped tips and are suffering a little bit. The pots are not uniform, but are instead three different types: two circular and of different circumferences, and one square pot. Two are dark green, and the smaller circular one is terracotta-colored.

    Third, I’m not sure all of the plants I received are actually aloe plants. Judging from a quick search, I have one echeveria type plant and two aloes. I’m not an expert, but this is how it appears after doing a little research on what I received.

    Fourth, these plants are not at all what you see in the photo. They’re much smaller, and much less mature. That’s not a huge issue for me, since these plants will grow to resemble the ones in the photo with care, but I did not receive all three that looked like the species in the photo. They are also pretty easy to kill since one died within a day or two of arrival.

    For the money I paid, I’m disappointed. Needless to say, I didn’t give these away as Christmas presents, as I had intended. They’re a little too fragile for it right now anyways. I’ve got them in my own home, sitting in a warm, sunny window. I’m hoping the two that I have left will bounce back soon, and grow to be happy residents in our home. Maybe next Christmas, they’ll find a new home.

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  • bobbigirl says:
    22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Very disappointed!!!, June 21, 2013
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    The plants I received from 9Box were sickly-looking little “twigs” and not like the full healthy-looking plants in the picture. Poor quality/bad purchase.

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