How To Create An Awesome Vertical Succulent Arrangement
If you want to make a vertical succulent arrangement for yourself or to give as a gift, you’ll want to check out the step by step guide in this video presentation by Laura from Garden Answer.
It shows you, step-by-step, how to properly plant a trendy vertical succulent arrangement, even if you’ve never attempted to make one yourself before.
Think how easily you can create beautiful succulent designs like this one, by simply following the steps revealed in the video.
And what I like best is that these same techniques can be applied to and repeated with any type of vertical succulent arrangement, from one like this to a full living wall of succulents!
It’s a video I think you’re going to really get something out of, especially if you love succulents. Take a look and see if you feel the same!
Thanks for checking out the video! I’m hoping you enjoyed it. . As you know, succulents have been a very hot and trendy plant for all types of floral work, from weddings to interior decor.
They are easy to care for and come in many varieties, colors and sizes. And most importantly, can be found nearly everywhere these days.
And while I’m on the subject, all the materials and supplies used in this video, including the succulent plants, unfinished cigar box, chicken wire, 22 gauge paddle wire, sphagnum moss and cactus soil mix can be readily purchased online.
If you just need a few succulent plants, I suggest sourcing them from a locally-owned florist, garden center or nursery in your area. Always my go-to choice!
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