DIY Potting Kit Bundle Rooted Gabriel Graphite

This curated kit has everything you need to give the gift that keeps on growing, and now it's more customizable than ever. First, take your pick from three of our best-selling, pet-friendly plants: Gabriel, Drake, or Jane (size SM). Then, choose from three colors of our timeless Terracotta Perfetto Cache Pot: Graphite, Terracotta, or Blush. Each box comes with our Organic Potting Mix and Lava Rocks. Gift a plant and grow it too—or treat yourself, we don't judge.

Care instructions included in each box.

Find the right plant for you

From rare plants to low-maintenance beginner bundles, we've got a little something for everyone. Shop something for that special someone or just for yourself. We don't judge.

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14-Day Guarantee

We guarantee healthy plants on arrival. If they're significantly damaged* or die within 14 days of arrival, we'll replace them—no questions asked. Send photos to and we'll get you sorted.

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