Are you a member of a Canadian club or society with an addiction to gardens, plants or any other related topic? Or an avid gardener or succulent crafts artisan?
Potters, hypertufa artisans, botanical gardens or home owners want to beautify their garden, or add value to their displays - now it's easier and more economical than ever.
How about getting your group of avid gardeners together for a great deal on a Sempervivum Co-op? Or buy them for your own garden or crafts.
A co-operative bulk buy can give you a lot of plants for your buck; you can’t always choose the varieties you really want, but you can get over stock and over production cheaply in larger quantities right from the grower.
Get in line now – place your order right away and receive a bulk order in time for planting in gardens, planters, hypertufa and other containers for a spectacular display – the best thing is that these are hardy perennial plants, and will come back every year, better and more lush and beautiful.
Shipping starts in May; your order will be shipped in bulk to whichever home address your group chooses.
You can have the fun of divvying them up between buyers in your group.
Your collection will be chosen from a large supply of many different forms, colors and sizes. Sorry, my choice only, and the collection may contain duplicate varieties, forms or species.
This is an economically priced random assortment of sizes and shapes, so it's not suited for wedding succulents - please order from the assortments at the garden shop for collections more suitable for wedding favors and centerpieces. These are also dried out considerably for shipment; that's why they are so reasonably priced - the drier they are, the lighter, and the less they cost to ship.
This is an extremely rewarding way to buy a large selection of great plants for your wreath making workshops, hypertufa plantings or other crafts group.
The varieties and species that you will receive from this co-op are taken from the collection of Jack Broxholme, of Cavendish Perennials.
Jack has kindly offered his extensive collection of around 400 different kinds - Jack will be retiring soon, and has already scaled down the sales of his collection and is only selling to his local market - until now.
How to Grow Sempervivum
Sempervivum Wedding Flowers
Get in on this great opportunity to obtain some of his rare, beautiful and uncommon types - sorry, our choice only.
Depending on the geographic area, you will either receive your order straight from Jacks nursery (eastern Canada) or those in the western provinces will be supplied by Drought Smart Plants. Either way, these are all derived originally from Jacks collection.
The plants will be shipped on a first come, first served basis - your payment of the Paypal invoice you receive shortly after booking your plants will hold your place in the shipment schedule. Make sure that you whitelist emails from Paypal so the invoice doesn't get sent to the trash folder.
We are offering completely free shipping and handling
and packing costs this year for the Sempervivum Co-op!
Click on the dropdown box in the form below for pricing.
I reserve the right to cancel orders that remain unpaid so as to free up inventory to those customers waiting in line.
If you don't hear back from me regarding your order, it's quite likely that you have put the wrong email address in the form below - please double check that it's correct, as I have no way of tracking you down.
If you're not sure if you have booked your plants correctly, or want to change the quantity, shipping address or anything else please contact me.
Is it any wonder that people get so carried away with their Sempervivum collection?
These are incredibly hardy, drought tolerant and tough plants, yet so varied, in size, form and colour that you never tire of looking at them.
They constantly change over the seasons, and best of all, they increase dramatically in only a few years, so you have lots of excess plants to plant elsewhere, or swap.
Here are a few ways that I've found to use their unique abilities: (Click on the pictures to find out more)
Is there a Succulent Wedding in your future? Use Sempervivum for the 'flowers' - find out how:
The drought tolerance and the ability to grow in tiny amounts of soil makes it possible to grow Sempervivum in tiny pinch pots; choose tiny varieties and species for best success:
Find out more here: