From Junk to Genius: Up-cycled Succulent Containers
Turn forgotten items into planters with a little creativity and succulent plants. Even an old pair of boots can become trendy conversation pieces.
Succulents don't need much water, so they're great for growing vertically. Reuse an old chalkboard or clipboard with a pocket perfectly sized to plant a sweet little succulent.
Instead of throwing away your old boots, drill drainage holes in the soles and turn them into a succulent soiree!
Don't toss those bizarre bowls and vintage garage-sale finds! Get creative with old containers and make the Greek gods proud.
When your purse is past its prime and your kids grow out of their kicks, don't throw 'em; grow 'em! Creating a mini succulent garden from old accessories is a fun project for the whole family.
To spruce up a patio party, think outside the box! Or, in this case, plant inside one. A simple wooden box with a variety of sedum and sassy succulents can make a cute and classy table runner and an awesome accent for indoor or outdoor decor.