How To: Make an All-Natural Hanging Succulent Garden!
DIY PLANTERS :: How To: Make an All-Natural Hanging Succulent Garden...from a palm leaf/scoop! :: You just need the palm scoop, coconut fiber to line it, metal mesh & succulents! | #curbly #hanginplanter
Hanging succulent garden Another thing I got up to during my week long Making Friday was to make a hanging succulent garden in my studio. It all started with the impulse buy of a magnificent Burro’s Tail from Aspen Flowers in Loop Street, and next thing I was googling macrame tutorials on the internet. Just look at how it turned out!
Incorporate Tabletop Texture and Color Small vases and containers are a good way to add artful accents to outdoor living spaces, either on side tables or dining areas. Here, the mini pots can be set at individual places for a more formal outdoor gathering or gathered in a larger vessel for impact.
Underwatered succulents also stop growing because they aren’t getting the nourishment they need. If your succulent is in it’s growing season and you aren’t seeing new leaves start to form you may be underwatering. The other symptom of overwatered succulents that I’ve noticed is black spots. These look similar to a sunburn and honestly