rareplant – Top Quality Seeds

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Rareplant is a seed shop that sells top quality seeds to grow succulents, flowers, vegetables, herbs, trees and more. You can find their top-selling seeds in the Rareplant Etsy Shop. If you are looking for more of a selection though check out their website, Rareplant.me. Most of the seeds they carry are for flowers and succulents. These are not your everyday plants though. Most if not all of the seeds they carry are for plants that are very rare and unique.

I could look through pictures of their succulent seeds all day! My favorite is definitely their Lithop Mix.


Look at how awesome these are! It is no wonder that Lithops are also known as “living rocks” because that is exactly what they look like. These succulents seeds are tiny but require minimal care and do not require frequent watering. There are detailed instructions on how to grow and care for the seeds in the listing description.

Another one of my favorite succulents is the Aloe polyphylla – Spiral Aloe.


That looks so cool! The most unusual feature of this aloe is the perfect spiral in which the leaves are arranged. The Spiral Aloe is a fast growing species that can reach its full size in 5 or 6 years. The leaves contain a considerable amount of water, so they are quite plump. At about 2 years old the leaves begin to spiral either to the right or to the left when viewed from above.

The last plant that I would like to share with you is the Adenium obesum also known as the Desert Rose.


At first I thought this was a flower but it is actually a tree! These are not difficult plants to grow well, provided they get enough sunlight and warmth.

Seeds from Rareplant would make a very unique gift.

I'd love to hear what you think!

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