5 Best Indoor Succulent Garden Ideas

Succulents undeniable popularity have made a lot of gardeners think of having one in their home. It is a fact that succulents are easy to take care of. Plus, they add beauty to your home.

Take a look at these five easy and best ideas for an indoor succulent garden.

1) Luscious Living Succulent Wreath

Give succulents an amazing place to live in. Create a wreath using moss with a mesh wrap. Choose small branches that will fit into the wreath mesh. Place the cuttings into the wreath and secure it. Make sure the wreath is moist and water it once in every month. You can hang it in a place where there is a sunlight.

2) Hanging Succulent Garden

You can make beautiful succulent garden using a tray, thread, candles, and your favorite succulents. Plant the succulents in a tray and drill some holes on both sides to hang it. Hang it with the use of thread or small rope. Add some candles and light it at night to add a magnificent effect in your home.

3) Framed Succulent Garden

Give your boring walls an amazing look by making a miniature succulent wall. You can repurpose an old picture frame and put a mesh wherein it can hold the succulents. There are several ways of making framed succulents garden. You can experiment and make one at home.

4) Wine Bottle Succulent Garden

If you got a lot of old wine bottles lying around house, turn it into beautiful planters. Grab a glass cutter and cut the bottle lengthwise. Fill it with a healthy soil and add some small succulents and cacti. The small ones are the perfect kind of succulents as it will add beauty to your wine bottle patterns.

5) Vintage Book Garden Succulent

Do you have old books at home? Don’t worry you can turn them into beautiful planters. Succulents are known as the cupcakes of the garden world. Let these cupcakes sit between the pages of your book. Open your book, drill holes or cut squares where succulents can fit. Put a parchment paper or plastic and fill it with soil. Then arrange your favorite succulents inside. That’s all you need to do to achieve a vintage book garden.

Now that you know some of the best ideas in planting succulents, there is no excuse for not having a succulent garden in your home.


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One Comment Add yours

  1. We have a hanging succulent garden but I love the idea of a wreath! We will have to try that next. 🙂


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