Oh Hello There, Spring 2015!

It’s Springtime and time to feed your succulents and air plants with FREE Juicykits Plant Food! Wheee! Also, meet our newest terrarium kit, The Rubix! It’s a beautiful, geometric glass and metal cube that perfectly shows off your succulents from every angle. Plus, we’ve got some great Spring-related Youtube videos coming up during the next few weeks to help you repot, propagate, and take care of your succulents and terrariums.

The Rubix Family of DIY Terrarium Kits

Introducing The Rubix

The Rubix is a super modern glass cube with soldered metal edges. It’s perfect, minimal design that showcases the succulents that you choose to go into your terrarium. The Rubix comes in three sizes from 6 inches to 11 inches across and comes with decorative black sand. And when you purchase all three in the set, you’ll save 20% off the price. See The Rubix, Baby Rubix, and Big Ol’ Rubix.

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Free Juicykits Plant Food with Each Qualifying DIY Terrarium Kit

free-plant-food-screenshotAll during the Spring season, we’re giving away a free bottle of Juicykits Plant Food with every qualifying terrarium kit. Just check the box for FREE plant food in the “Save On Accessories” section of each kit’s page. This offer is good only when ordering online at Juicykits.com and until we completely run out of plant food (we have tons, don’t worry). Here’s a screenshot of what it looks like on a desktop browser:

Juicykits Pop-Up Shop in Downtown LA

We’re super excited to announce a brand new pop-up shop in the heart of DTLA in the next couple of weeks. Those lucky folks in Southern California can come check out our DIY terrarium kits and even get a huge discount via joining our mailing list.

Helpful Spring Youtube Videos

Spring is when your succulents start their annual growth spurt and the perfect time to take care of some succulent maintenance. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be adding new videos about repotting, beheading succulents that have grown tall, and propagating succulents from cuttings. So please articles with videos.


Thanks! Have a Juicy Spring season!


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