Dress your garden gate or front door with this organic succulent country cottage door wreath. Whether your style is Urban Country or Farmhouse Chic, this wreath is the perfect addition to your decor. It features a bounty of earthy succulents including deep teal and emerald green adding dimension and drama.
Incorporate succulents, such as Haworthia minima (left), a small evergreen plant with hard, fleshy blue-green leaves that are covered in white tubercles. It produces white flowers with pink tips. Blumz by JRDesigns, a floral and event design company, has placed it beside a potted cactus.
Looking for a new wreath for your door? This living succulent circle wreath is a modern twist on the classic all-green door decoration and it's sure to be the talk of the town because it's a stunning statement piece for any home.
Succulents are the ultimate cost-saving plants, notes Wade, who demonstrates how to gingerly break off part of the plant and then stick in the ground for it to root. Voila! Two plants for the price of one.
Creating handmade succulents in your favorite fall colors is simple with just a bit of time and patience. Cut concentric circles out of felt and form the edges into petal shapes. You can create pointy or smooth succulents, whichever you prefer. If you know how to felt you can use your felting needle to attach the layers, but if you’re not sure how to start or just want to save time, hot glue the layers of felt together. Create mini succulent flowers by cutting out circles and felting or gluing them into spiral shapes.
Combination planters let you add color to even the smallest space, and succulents grow slowly enough that they won’t overtake the tight quarters. An eye-catching mix of succulents grows well together, needing the same care regime: little water, high light and a coarse, cactus-type soil mix. When you create an indoor container garden, make sure plants have similar light and water needs.