Shipping & delivery
Nothing means more to us than bringing our customers great value and service. We will continue to grow to meet the needs of all our customers, delivering a service beyond all expectations.
How do you ship packages?
Currently, we offer shipping across the U.S. only. Packages from our U.S. warehouse are shipped through USPS.
How long does shipping take?
All orders require 1 business day processing time. The estimated delivery time is 1-3 business days.
Do you provide tracking information?
Yes, you will receive an email with your tracking information.
Will my items be sent in one package?
If you have any other questions, please contact us and we will do our best to help you out.
George Larson –
I love my planter! I used it for a succulent garden and it’s beautiful!
Sarah Carpenter –
Not the highest quality, but gets the job done. I liked it.
Jacob Willis –
My 15 year old prickly pear cactus loves this thing. With so much room it’s gotten bigger in a month since repotting into this pot!
Angela Harvey –
We love succulents and thought this planter would be perfect. We have had such fun with this. It sits in my kitchen window enjoying the southern sun. Nice thing is that it doesn’t require too much attention, but it is fun to watch changes every day or two.
Kenneth Hansen –
This worked out so well that I ordered another one. This is perfect for succulents (which is what I have in it). And since succulents need less water than many other plants, the drain pan is a nice snug fit that keeps the smooth lines of this round pot looking as clean as the bright white color. I can’t wait for the other one to arrive today!
Aaron Webb –
Really pleased with this simple shallow planter. I was able to fit four succulents in this planter, but I really could’ve crammed in a few more but I like to give my babies breathing room and room for their roots to grow and spread. Eventually, I’ll place some leaves on the bare spots and propagate other plants in here, I just need to decide what. I really like the simplistic design of this round planter. It has one small drainage hole, which is enough to drain water, but also it’s enough to bottom water, which is what I do with my succulents. I like that it is ceramic as opposed to wood or bamboo, because I have some saucers that are bamboo and mold thrives on that. Recommend.