Here at Ramsey Succulents we offer 1-3 day shipping for every single order. As soon as you place an order we will fulfill and ship your order the next very day. We use USPS First Class, USPS Priority Mail, and UPS. Depending on the order size, and location will determine which shipping company will be used. You will get a shipping notification as soon as we print the label. You will receive your order in 1-3 days, maybe later, it all depends on your location. 

Your succulents will be shipped with their planting pots, or bare rooted. It all depends on how many succulents you ordered and the size of the package. We only ship within the U.S and some territories. We will make sure that your succulents are packaged very carefully. Please remember that your succulents will have some soil on them and inside the box. We do ship live plants so please don't be surprised if your package or succulents are messy with soil.

Shipping in Winter

Yes, we ship our succulents in the winter, and yes they do tend to survive and get there safely. However, we can't control the weather, so it's your responsibility to retrieve your succulents and get them inside immediately before they freeze in the cold weather. When being shipped they stay inside the post offices, it's when they are left outside in the cold for too long is when they die. So again, it's your responsibility to claim them and get them indoors and plant right away before it's too late.

Ramsey Succulents is not responsible for succulents being damaged by the cold weather, nor are we responsible for your succulents sitting out in the cold after delivery. We can't control the weather or your actions so order at your own risk and make sure you get your succulents inside. 

Shipping in Summer

Yes, we ship our succulents in the Summer, and yes they do tend to survive and get there safely. However, we can't control the weather, so it's your responsibility to retrieve your succulents and get them inside immediately before they burn or dry up in the warm weather. When being shipped they stay inside the post offices, it's when they are left outside in the warm weather for too long is when they die, shrivel up, or get dehydrated. So again, it's your responsibility to claim them and get them indoors and plant right away before it's too late.

Ramsey Succulents is not responsible for succulents being damaged by the warm weather, nor are we responsible for your succulents sitting out in the warm after delivery. We can't control the weather or your actions so order at your own risk and make sure you get your succulents inside.