How many plants are in each pot you sell?
It depends on the type of plant. For shrubs and most clump-forming perennials (like grasses, coral bells, lavender), it will be one plant with multiple stems coming from it. For plants that spread, like ground covers, it will usually be one plant that fills the pot. Plants that create offsets, like hens and chicks, will vary depending on the exact variety and the time of the year, but generally contain one large center plant with several smaller plantlets.