Hoodia Gordonii is a succulent plant, closely related to the stapelia. It grows naturally in Namibia and parts of South Africa. Hoodia Gordonii is threatened with extinction in habitat, in part due to demand created by its appitite supression qualitites. Natives have long used it for various medicinal applications, including appitite supression.
These are nursery grown plants shown in 4 inch pots, height of the plant is about 3-4+ inches. Hoodia is noted for it's stinky flowers (as are stepelia).
Your plant will ship in a plastic growers pot. Our cactus and succulent plants are all grown in the same conditions and, although not identical, are similar in size and shape to the one pictured. We only ship high quality, healthy plants, personally inspected prior to packing. The majority of our plants will ship potted in the grower’s pot except our large plants that are field grown, unusually shaped or very delicate plants.
It’s important to remember that plants are living things and they are not perfect, nor is any living thing, minor imperfections or weathering are normal.
We include plant care instructions with your shipment and they can also be found on our website.
Order Processing: Upon receipt of your payment, your order will be processed and shipped within 3-5 business days. If you want us to postpone shipping for a future date, just make a notation with your payment.
Shipping: Our system automatically consolidates shipping when you purchase more than one plant. We ship our plant year-round via USPS or FedEx Ground, depending upon the nature of the order. Large orders containing many plants may ship in multiple cartons and may ship on different days. We may delay shipping in severe weather. Please read our weather risk policy.
Gifts: You can send almost any plant as gift, the option is on our website. When this option is chosen we will gift wrap and include your message with a card. Please double check the recipient’s name and address!
Thank you for your business! We are family owned and have been in business almost two decades. We look forward to providing you with an exceptional, unusual and beautiful variety of plants.