There's much to see here. So, take your time and design your organic planter!
All it takes is to:
1. CHOOSE A PLANTER
2. DESIGN WITH HOW MANY SUCCULENTS YOU'D LIKE or
MONOGRAM OPTIONS (only for chalkboard planters)
3. CLICK TO SHIP & PAY
4. ENJOY YOUR TINY CREATION!!!
Each planter is handcrafted, therefore each piece is one of a kind! All planters are made of 100% concrete.
*Please be aware of their weight.
Larger sizes are available but not for shipping due to high shipping costs. Please see dates and locations below at "Where to buy" for pop up shops!
*Please allow 2-4 business days to process order. We ONLY ship domestic at the moment. *Prices are subject to change at any given time. *ALL SALES ARE FINAL
Upon receiveing your plant, it is your responsibility to water and care for your plant. Please see our Cactus Corner below for websites we recommend for your Tiny Little Cacti care.
Hello Friends and Family! I am back! Just unpacked my last box and now I am ready to be focused on my customers again! Thank you for your patience. I am currently restocking my tiny babies everyday, bare with me as my inventory is slowly (curating may take up to three weeks to harden) but surely getting replenished. I am open to take orders online and if you would like to purchase them in person, I have an upcoming boutique this fall/winter season. Details are below! Hope to see you all there! I always say we have the BEST customers!
TINY Little CACTI
New products are coming soon!
What started was a trip to the mall and spending a couple of hundred dollars on some modern home decor, having to explain to my husband how beautiful the new pots were and convincing him they were worth every penny. As a stay at home mom, I budget budget budget BUDGET everything, buying at a boutique is a rare form in this house. I want that high end look but not the price it comes with. From time to time I would like to buy a beautiful decor or two and this is where things get a bit hairy on my budget. It's ridiculous how you can't have a modern decor without spending so much of your hard earned money.
This gave me that ah-ha moment! I will make them myself! I mean how hard could it be? Um pretty darn hard. I taught myself all there is to know about concrete. I learned to mix concrete by hand, yes you read that right, by hand. How to pour it, curate it and made my own planter molds. It took months, a lot of frozen dinners were served during this time (my apologies to my sweet family), many broken pots and lots of tears but I was determined to get this down right, and I did just that. Now here I am sharing my story with you.
This is my everything and I hope when you purchase your planter(s), It makes you happy just as it has made me. I am proud of each and every one of them and I hope you can see that in the detail of my craft.
Xoxo. Michelle "Tiny Little Cacti"
In addition to online sales, I will be selling locally in Coto De Caza and Rancho Santa Margarita, Mission Viejo and around Southern OC cities! Stay tuned for Updates and Events!!!
Annual Holiday Boutique
27501 Mustang Run, Mission Viejo, CA 92691
Saturday, November 03, 2018
10am - 3pm
(CASH ONLY, PLEASE)
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC |
Trabuco Hills High School 2018 Holiday Boutique hosted by the Girls Volleyball Program is Saturday, November 3rd!
This event is FREE TO THE PUBLIC! Come holiday shop and have lunch with us! Come check us out!
There will be:
Before watering your cactus, check to see if the soil is dry. Then water well, especially in the growing months (April through mid-September) and let the water drain off. In the winter, water sparingly allow your cactus a rest. - by CactusInfo.net
Water sparingly. Make sure it's getting plenty of sun but not too excessive. A new cacti does not do well when thrown in an unfamiliar environment. Misting the top soil works very well. They do not like it when their toes get wet!
For potted cacti make sure the planter has a good drain. For concrete planters without drainage, a little water goes a long way. Or you may place rocks or pebbles under the soil for drainage. But make sure you place a container underneath your planter as a catch for any water that seep though your pot.
**From my personal experience, most cacti like it when their soil is quite dry and have plenty of sunlight. I have mine sunbathing on my window sill and I use a spray bottle once a week to keep them hydrated. For my outdoor concrete garden, it's even easier to care for. Lots of sunlight and minimal watering. They are the easiest and water saving plant to care for.
Enjoy your tiny little cacti!
Here are a couple great websites I'd like to share with you for your succulent and cacti care:
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