Succulent Tools That Will Make Your Life Easier

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Why work harder when you could work smarter?

Here’s a list of helpful succulent tools and planting supplies that will help your indoor garden flourish!

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Succulent Watering Bottles

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succulent watering bottle

Succulent Plant Spritzer

Succulent Watering Bottle

Succulent Watering Can

Succulent Fertilizer + Nutrients

Espoma Organic Cactus! - Organic Succulent Fertilizer

Customer Review:

“Awesome stuff. I had a potted cactus that had languished for *years* (yellowing, scars), despite me trying everything — more sun, less sun, less frequent watering, new soil, half sand/half soil, everything…. it turns out, it just wanted nutrients. When I gave it this stuff, suddenly it started growing again. It has now put on 5″ of new growth in ~2 months, after not growing *at all* for 2-3 years. And the new growth is a beautiful deep green color. After seeing that, I similarly started feeding this to all my (older) succulents, and I’m amazed at how their deep colors come back and they get so healthy. I’m a HUGE fan of this product! Also, smells nice, like grape juice.”

Lush Leaf | Plant Food + Succulent Fertilizer

Customer Reviews:

“Some of my plants were losing leaves left and right and just after a few weeks of using this product I’m already seeing a difference! I haven’t seen any yellowing leaves and I’m seeing lots of new growth! A little food goes along way. I have over 40 plants and still haven’t plenty of fertilizer left. I can’t wait to try the succulent formula on my string of pearls. 10/10 will be buying again!”


Joyful Dirt | Organic Cactus + Succulent Fertilizer

Customer Reviews:

“While my Jade has always appeared to be a strong plant it did not grow much. Since my discovery of Joyful Dirt for Succulents early this year, the leaves have become a deeper green and all stems have grown 1-2 inches longer. All have vibrant new leaves and I’m thrilled! In October I nestled several leaves into the soil at the base of the pot and 3 have sprouted. The next step is to transplant the small starts and repot the Mother!”

“Joyful dirt products give me peace of mind knowing I have clean, non-toxic ingredients in my house with a young child and dog. They also make my plants happy!”

Succulent Tools Kit

The Full Shebang - Succulent Tools Complete Kit

  • 1 x Succulent Watering Bottle (250ml)
  • 1 x Cleaning Brush
  • 1 x Pair of Curved Tip Tweezer
  • 1 x Leaf Trimmer
  • 1 x Air Dust Blower
  • 1 x Bucket Shovels
  • 3 x Transplanting Tools
  • 3 x Shovel Rake Spades
  • 1 x Mat (39.4 inch*39.4 inch)
  • 10 x Tags
  • 1 x Pair Gloves

Customer Review:

“Absolutely love this kit. Works great for maintaining house plants, dish gardens and plant propagation- the mat is a perfect size to contain dirt and debris and I just shake out the debris and wash, dry and fold. Clean the tools and place in basket.”

The Gardener - Essential Succulent Tools

  • 1 x Succulent Watering Bottle (300ml)
  • 1 x Succulent Watering bottle (500ml)
  • 1 x Pair of Curved tip tweezers
  • 1 x Pair of Straight Tip Tweezers
  • 1 x Leaf Trimmer
  • 1 x Air Dust Blower
  • 2 x Cleaning Brush
  • 2 x Transplanting Tools
  • 2 x Bucket Shovel Set
  • 3 x Rake Spade Shovel

Customer Review:

“I purchased two different sets and decided to keep this one. It had a larger watering bottle, came with a nice sprayer bottle and the tools were sturdy. Comes with everything you need to pot/repot your succulents.”

The Basics - Succulent Tools Beginners Mini-Kit

  • 1x Succulent Watering Bottle (250 ml)
  • 1 x Cleaning Brush
  • 1 x Shovel
  • 2 x Tweezer
  • 2 x Transplanting Tools

Customer Review:

“I had this great idea that maybe if I tried planting little succulent plants that I’d have better luck than in the past with other plants. These tools were really nice for getting the starter plants into the cute little pots I bought. The brush was great for dusting the dirt off the leaves and edge of the pots. Really nice tools. I probably shouldn’t have left them outside next to the cute little succulents in the pots because recently I went out on the porch and discovered that evidently the squirrels had done some gardening of their own — literally dug up a couple of the succulents in the pot, and chewed up a few of the others. I don’t know for sure whether they used my mini tools though. :)”