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This Set Of ‘Nightmare Before Christmas’ Succulent Planters Are Simply Meant To Be Mine

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Last year, we showed you the most spooky pair of Nightmare Before Christmas succulent planters, and we found them right at Walgreens.

Credit: Mandie Rocque

Now, we have found the most PERFECT Nightmare Before Christmas succulent planters on The Bradford Exchange website! They are the perfect macabre touch to any succulent garden.

Courtesy of The Bradford Exchange

I’m going to be honest, The Bradford Exchange is usually not my go-to spot for Nightmare Before Christmas paraphernalia. Disney Christmas stuff, SURE, but not spooktacular Nightmare Before Christmas goodies!

The Bradford Exchange

THAT IS — until I saw these planters. *Screeech* They stopped me dead in my internet browsing tracks.

For the first time ever, The Bradford Exchange is selling these AH-DOR-A-BLE succulent planters, and I need every one of them.

They come in sets of two: Sally with her Deadly Nightshade and Jack Skellington as himself and as the Pumpkin King.

Each set will cost you 40 bucks, and they have a 365 day satisfaction policy. If you aren’t happy with your purchase — which you will totally love it — they will let you return it anytime in that year.

Here is a secret about these Nightmare Before Christmas succulent planters. The planters, themselves, are ceramic. But it comes with authentic looking artificial succulent. Nobody will ever be the wiser!

FINALLY, a plant I QUITE LITERALLY cannot kill. Ha!

You have the option to order these ceramic Nightmare Before Christmas succulent pots on a subscription program:

“Issue One – The Pumpkin King and Jack Skellington,” will be followed by “Issue Two – Deadly Night Shade and Sally” and additional sets of 2 faux succulents in sculptural character pots as they become available.

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Each issue will be shipped to you for your review, about one every month or two (pending availability), at the same low issue price and charged to the credit card on which your order was placed. No need to order each one separately.

The Bradford Exchange

They let you cancel this subscription service at any time, with no question or obligation.

OR — if you just want to buy them as individual sets for 40 bucks, that’s okay, too.


You can get your OWN Nightmare Before Christmas succulent planter pots on The Bradford Exchange website.

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  1. How do I order these little nightmare before Christmas pots??