4″ Succulent Repot Kits

$13.49$13.99

thumbnail
thumbnail
thumbnail
thumbnail
 
Clear
SKU: N/A Categories: ,

Description

Just Add Succulents.

Buy 3 or or more and save 10 percent by using Coupon Code: 3pack

Buy 6 or or more and save 25 percent by using Coupon Code: 6pack

Kit Includes

  • Ceramic pot (several styles to choose from). Suitable for 2-4 inch succulents.
  • Dimensions are 3 x 4 x 1.5 inches
  • 3/4 cups of Bonsai Jack 111 Succulent Soil
  • 2 tablespoons of top dressing
  • 2 drainage screens

Features

  • Uniform shipments. This listing is not for an “”assortment””. You will receive the exact pot and potting kit  as seen in the listing.
  • Quality glazed pot
  • Professional potting soil
  • Attractive top dressing

*Random Unlisted pots are available. These are slow sellers because of color and or pots that have not been photographed because we only have a few each.

Additional information

WeightN/A
DimensionsN/A

Reviews

  1. Kita (verified owner)

    This is exactly what I ordered. It is a nice pot and everything looks exactly like the picture shown. I would love to have some type of beginner directions attached. Most people who buy these starter kits are probably beginners like me and a quick little cheat sheet of basic steps would be great. Ordered this on Memorial Day and I received notification it was being shipped right away that day! I received it by the end of the week Friday. Great company.

    Thanks,
    Danie

    • Bonsai Jack

      Hello Kita, I wish we had the manpower to post repot instructions for every plant type but it is not possible at this time. We do have an FAQ section located here https://www.bonsaijack.com/f-a-q/ . You can also google chopsticking Succulents for a short video. I hope this helps

      Thanks
      Jack

  2. Kat

    Hello, I’ve recently got a succulent (echeveria elegans) but am unsure how big a pot it needs.

    Measuring from leaf tip to leaf tip it’s just about 5 inches, so even though the base is smaller I’m guessing it wouldn’t be ok it the 4 inch pots?
    If not would it be possible to get this kit without the pot?

    Thank you! And sorry if I’m being awkward!

    • Bonsai Jack

      Hello. I think a 6 inch kit would be a better choice. You can probably get it to fit in a 4 inch pot but it may look awkward. You do have the option to add soil to all of our pots. Just select the Succulent soil option after you select the pot. The price increases with pot size. You can also save money by ordering the soil only and purchasing a pot from one of the big box stores. Just make sure it has holes for drainage.
      Call or email with questions or concerns

      Have a great weekend

      Thanks
      Jack

  3. Cheryl Clayton

    Since they have drainage holes, do you need some type of saucer for the bottom of the pot?

    • Bonsai Jack

      Water will drain from the bottom of the pot. Two succulents in a 4 inch pot will be a tight fit. I recommend planting one per pot so they room to grow.

  4. Rhonda

    Is there any way to view these pots better? They’re all blurry

    • Bonsai Jack

      Hello Rhonda. The images are clear here with Mac, Android and Microsoft. Please advise your operating system and device type so we can try and duplicate the issue locally.

      Thanks
      Jack

  5. Candy

    Do you sell matching saucers (to catch water drainage)?

    • Bonsai Jack

      Hello Candy. Sorry but we do not carry humidity trays for plants.

      Have a great week

      Thanks
      Jack

  6. Stephanie (verified owner)

    I loved the little succulent repot kit, and the additional add-ons I received (the chopstick and pH strips).
    I was wondering though what is the purpose of the pH strips exactly? What pH of the water am I looking for? And is it important to use a certain pH of water every time?
    Also, am I correct in assuming I need only one pot screen for the 4″ pot?
    And I had a tough time removing the “regular” soil around the roots of the plant to add into the bonsai jack soil. I didn’t want to damage the roots. Is that typical and what do you recommend?
    And finally, since this soil drains so quickly, do you recommend a more frequent watering schedule?

    Sorry for all the questions and thanks for you reply in advance 🙂

    • Bonsai Jack

      Hello. Thanks for the message.

      Every grower should know the pH of the source water. This will help you choose the best source of water for your plant. You generally don’t need to worry unless it’s extremely alkaline or acidic.

      Good question about the pot screens. Only one is needed for most 4-inch pots. Our product description is standardized for all 4-inch pots. This is why we simply include two screens with every 4-inch pot. If we only shipped one and the description said two then customers would complain even though the second one is not needed.

      The correct way to transition to gritty mix is to remove all of the old soil as shown in the video link that came with your card. This will cause the plant to be stressed out and possibly die if not done properly. To be safe you want to remove as much as you feel comfortable without damaging the root system. Soak the plant and water as normal. Let the plant recover for 2-4 weeks.

      You want to water when the soil is dry. This will be more frequent that your current watering schedule. You can find more information on this topic in our FAQ section.

      I hope this helps

      Thanks
      Jack

  7. Berto

    Hi Jack :

    Do you have any red or orange or brown 4″ pots (or any color combination between these) for the 4″ Succulent Repot Kits?
    Can you send pics if possible?

    By the way, Bonsai soil mix received was awesome and thanks for the freebie Bonsai Jack chopstick!

    Thanks!

    • Bonsai Jack

      Hello Berto. Not at this time. I will keep these colors in mind on my next shopping trip.

      Thanks
      Jack

  8. Barbara

    How many succulents can it hold? I bought the $4 ones at Lowe’s so they are small. I bought: 1 Red Pogada, 1 compacted mini jade, 1 crassula Burgundy. Would they all fit in one pot? Are there any local companies in El Paso, Tx carry your product? Thank you for your advice.

    • Bonsai Jack

      Hello Barbara,
      It really depends on the size. The 4-inch pots are pretty small. It will hold 1-2 small succulents. If you are not worried about cosmetics you can find some inexpensive Terra Cotta planters at the big box stores. I think the 4-inch units are under $1 each. You asked about dealers in your area. We do not have any dealers in Texas at this time. You can find gritty mix products though at most bonsai nurseries. Please check out our nursery locator tool located on the bottom of the page.

      Have a great week

      Thanks
      Jack

  9. Joe

    Do you sell just the pot by itself?

    • Dana

      How do you use the drainage screens?

      • Bonsai Jack

        Hello Dana. The drainage screens are placed or wired over the drainage holes of a container. Most people will simply put the screen over the holes and fill the pot. Others will wire the screen in place using bonsai wire. I hope this helps. Please call or email if you have questions or concerns.

    • Bronwyn

      Hi Jack, do these pots have holes in the bottom for drainage?
      If not – how do the drainage screens work?

      • Bonsai Jack

        Hello. Yes they have holes. They drain very well. Pots without drainage holes are not a good idea. These are often sold by the big box stores and used as disposable gifts.
        Have a great week
        Thanks
        Jack

    • Bonsai Jack

      Hello Joe. Not at this time. It would only decrease the price by about 30 cents. The kits are designed to appeal to a wide audience.

      Thanks
      Jack

  10. Kita (verified owner)

    Hi Jack and team,

    So I just received my 4 inch pot kit and have my succulent I purchased. Should I remove all all the dirt from the plant I have and just use the soil you provided? Or how should I do this? First succulent. Any help will be appreciated.

    Plant: Echeveria Fleur Blanc / Echeveria Hybrid.

    Thanks in advance.

    • Bonsai Jack

      Hello Kita. Thank you for the post. This is a common question. Here is a link to our FAQ page that contains the answer. https://www.bonsaijack.com/f-a-q/

      Have a great week

      Jack

  11. Lee Webster (verified owner)

    How often would you recommend watering plants in one of these kits? I used it to replant a couple of my succulents and they’re doing pretty well but they seem to dry out very fast, and most succulent watering guides seem to be geared towards other types of succulent mixes.

    • Bonsai Jack

      Hello Lee. In general you want to water when the soil has completely dried out. This could be anywhere from 2 to 7 days depending on your local environment.

      Have a great week
      Thanks
      Jack

  12. Meghan Schrock

    How big are the pots? All the same? I like the blue and turquoise….

    • Bonsai Jack

      Hello Meghan. The pots vary slightly depending on the style. They average about 3×4 inches.
      Have a great week

      Thanks
      Jack

    • clare02474

      Hi Jack,
      I see that one of the option with the kits is to add fertilizer. Should I be fertilizing succulents in the winter? I live in Boston, so they are indoors. If I should be what do you recommend, type and frequency? Thanks! Clare

      • Bonsai Jack

        Hello Clare. We fertilizer in bulk once per year in March using a balanced granular fertilizer that lasts 180 days. Our high-end plants will receive organic fertilizer from Tropical Green Bonsai. Most people will use a water-soluble product every couple of months. It all depends on your personal preference.

        I hope this helps

        Thanks
        Jack

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *