Succulent Plant Display Ideas That Are Easy To Do
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Over the last few years, succulents have enjoyed a massive resurgence in popularity. The beauty of succulents is in their unique look and versatility. Their low maintenance characteristics make them a favorite for both interior and exterior plantings.
This short compilation video explores different ways of displaying succulents that can be used, from a colorful succulent garden to a floral arrangement or wedding bouquet. And all with a focus on highlighting the beauty of succulents.
I’m sure after watching it, you’ll come away with a few creative display ideas of your own you’ll want to try. Take a look and see.
I really hope you enjoyed the video! I liked it because it laid out some basic projects and techniques that any DIYer could do, which could easily be expanded upon as their experience level increased.
You’re probably itching to get started creating your own succulent displays. But before you do, here’s a quick recap of the display ideas and tips covered in the video.
Simple Succulent Display Ideas
Here’s the list…
- Succulent Container Planting Basics
- How To Make A Succulent Kokedama
- Pumpkin Planter with Succulents
- Succulent Arrangement How-To
- Creating A Succulent Wall Hanger
- Jade Propagation Tutorial
- Easy Succulent Terrariums
- Simple Succulent Wedding Bouquet Tutorial
- Creative Valentine Succulent Gift Idea
- Quick Succulent Party Favors
Because they are low-maintenance plants, succulents are an excellent choice for kokedama.
This is a creative way to showcase succulent plants, especially for the fall season.
A quick tutorial showing you how to effectively combine fresh flowers with succulents in a centerpiece.
A really simple and creative way to display succulents in any room.
All succulents are pretty easy to propagate, but jade plants are definitely one of the simplest.
Another very low-maintenance way to display cactus and succulents.
An innovative way to incorporate succulent plants into a wedding bouquet.
Another easy way to combine fresh flowers with succulent plants for a special occasion.
A great DIY favor idea for a wedding or other special occasion.
Where To Find An Amazing Succulent Planter
Whoa! Hold on a minute.
Don’t rush out to buy any containers to display your favorite succulents in. Check to see what you’ve got around the house first. I’m pretty sure you’ll find lots of things that can serve as planters.
In fact, I’ve seen all types of things used as planters for succulents, including wooden boxes, teacups, ceramic bowls, baskets, vases, and more.
Literally, there is no limit to the types of containers that could be used. Use whatever you have. Be imaginative.
Where’s the best place to look for succulents?
Whether you have lots of succulents or are just starting out, the best place to look for plants is in your local area. Check to see if you have any growers or greenhouses that specialize in growing succulents.
Also, check local garden centers and florists. Often times they have sources they can recommend.
If you are still coming up empty, don’t worry. All is not lost.
Potted succulents are easy to ship, so if you can’t find anyone who handles them in your area, you can easily find the perfect plants online at retailers like Leaf & Clay, Succulents Box, Lula’s Garden, Planet Desert, The Succulent Source
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I’m the owner of Greenfield Flower Shop in Milwaukee, with more than 40 years of experience in the floral, wedding, and event business.