Indoor succulent planting

In botany, succulent plants, also known as succulents or sometimes fat plants, are plants that have some parts that are more than normally thickened and fleshy, usually to retain water in arid climates or soil conditions.

Succulents always give a nice decorative touch to any home or garden. With their juicy leaves, fat stems, and thick roots, they form a vast and diverse group of plants, offering easy to care options for each household.

In addition, succulents look stunning planted alone or accommodated in such a way that looks like a small garden, because the color and foliage variation in succulent seems almost endless: green, blue, pink, red, yellow, white, purple, almost black and much more.

We leave you with a few ideas about succulent planting, so get your DIY skills on the go!

1. Wine bottle succulent planter – Fantastic way to upcycle wine bottles into these cute succulent planters. You’ll need to cut wine bottle from side to fill soil in it. Small succulents and cacti are perfect for this.

A great recycling idea for your wine bottles
A great recycling idea for your wine bottles

2. DIY succulent bookend – Prop up your favorite reads with this easy-to-make mini garden. Succulents are easy to grow. They add a welcome pop of greenery to any book collection when planted in clear vases filled with pretty river stones.

Your book shelves will look much prettier!
Your book shelves will look much prettier!

3. Succulents in a DIY hanging tray – Make this easy hanging succulent planter with a tray or shallow pot, succulents, threads, and candles. To make it, just plant the succulents in a tray that has holes on sides to hang to make it easier. Hang the tray with the help of threads. You can also put some candles, burn those candles in the night to create an astonishing effect. Ensure you do not hang this in a windy spot.

Hang your succulents in a tray or pot for a brilliant effect
Hang your succulents in a tray or pot for a brilliant effect

4. DIY glass planter – Grow succulents in water glasses. Isn’t it a good idea? you can place some stones or sand to have a special effect.

So simple. Look great!
So simple. Look great!

5. Vintage tea tin succulent planters – We love these! what a great way to make your old tea tins shine!

Upcycle your tea tins
Upcycle your tea tins

Next time we’ll give you a few more ideas, agreed?

That’s all for now Snug lovers!

 

 

 

 

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