Living Monogram Wreath The homeowners' living monogram "wreath" was made from a plywood back, 2-inch cedar boards, and chicken wire. The form was spray-painted, then filled with sphagnum peat moss and succulents. Hooks on the back make it easy to remove, clean, and add new plants. Succulent, Monograms Planters, Monograms Wreaths, Plants, Projects Ideas, Curb Appeal, Gardens, Living Monograms, Crafts
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Living Wreath – How to make a living wreath with succulents. This would be beautiful on the front door during the summer or for a grave site (sprinklers should keep it well watered). I have also seen it done with regular flowers too. Has a video with instrctions.
Tough, drought-tolerant succulents are a perfect way dress up gates, fences, walls, and doors. To create a living wreath like the one shown here, you'll need: -- Wire wreath form -- Long-fiber sphagnum moss -- Potting mix -- Succulents -- Florist's wire