Succulents are still very trendy, and in my opinion, that’s a great thing. You see, I have somewhat of a black thumb when it comes to gardening. I can’t keep plants alive… well, most of them, that is, except those darling little succulents. And if you’re looking for some creative ways to plant succulents, you’ve come to the right place. As it turns out, you can plant these hardy things just about anywhere!
Lots of Interesting Ways to Plant Succulents
Succulent terrariums make great gifts! They’re a great choice for a wedding or party favors, but you can enjoy them for yourself, too.
Tie this hanging succulent to a tree or to your porch beams. Who says you need a pot for hanging plants?
Plant succulents in a pumpkin. This one’s fake, but you can definitely use real ones, too. Just transplant them when the pumpkin begins to rot.
Use a large seashell! This’ll look great with some beachy decor.
These teeny, tiny cork planters are adorable. Magnets have been added to put them on the fridge. They’d make lovely favors or gifts.
Have a baking dish you’re not using? Put your succulents in it! They’ll look lovely on your kitchen countertops.
Rotted trunks add a rustic touch to a porch or patio. What a terrific way to use a tree that would otherwise go to waste!
Here’s an adorable walnut shell succulent idea that I’ll have to try myself. We had a walnut tree in our yard where I grew up, so I have fond memories of those shells!
An unused birdbath should be adorned with succulents instead. Even old or vintage ones look great with beautiful plants spilling over from it.
Or add this sweet little birdcage planter to your garden. You can hang the birdcage or sit it on a colorful chair. Charming!
Okay, maybe mason jar succulents aren’t insanely clever, but they sure are insanely cute!
Stuff a hollow piece of driftwood with some succulents. Again, this is an excellent piece to add to nautical or beach decor. It’s gorgeous.
A living wreath is a stunning way to plant and display succulents. I had no idea you could do this!
I just adore the vertical gardening options you have with succulents. This succulent wall planter is stunning.
Plant succulents in a vintage suitcase. This one is a woven suitcase, but an old leather or metal suitcase would look fabulous, too.
Vintage tins look amazing with succulents. You don’t even have to add a hole for drainage unless you plant something that requires more water, like herbs.
Wouldn’t this wall-mounted letter look spectacular on your porch or door? Once you have the letter frame built, the planting takes no time at all.
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