Ideas for Succulent Gardens

Posted by on Jun 10, 2013 in hometalk idea board | 4 comments

I have shared before about my lack of

“green thumb-ness.”

It is an unfortunate condition.

Because, a house looks so much more alive,

if it has a bit of green.

I have met a plant that I have a difficult time killing.

It doesn’t like to be watered much.

Which is good,

because I tend to forget!

Here is a great collection of how to use my favorite plant. . .



It doesn’t get any more versatile than that!

With just a few simple supplies,

you too can have a bit of green in your home.

I hope you found some ideas that inspired!

Life to the full!



Under the Table and Dreaming

I Heart Naptime

The DIY Showoff

The Tablescaper

I Should Be Mopping the Floor

Nifty Thrifty Things

Flamingo Toes

Twigg Studios




Cowgirl Up

Mod Vintage Life

Between Naps on the Porch

Home Stories A to Z

A Stroll Thru Life

Uncommon Designs

Alderberry Hill

Project Inspir(ed)



Elizabeth and Company

My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia

Cozy Little House

The Rustic Pig

A Diamond in the Stuff

Knick of Time

Clean and Scentsible




Savvy Southern Style

Someday Crafts

Beyond the Picket Fence

The 36th Avenue

Stone Gable



Imparting Grace

No Minimalist Here

The Charm of Home

From My Front Porch to Yours

The Shabby Creek Cottage



My Romantic Home

French Country Cottage

Tatertots and Jello

Miss Mustard Seed

Common Ground

The Shabby Nest

Liz Marie

Craftberry Bush

Jennifer Rizzo


Funky Junk Interiors

It’s Overflowing

Too Much Time


Thrifty Decor Chick


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  1. Yep-Those are pretty hard to kill!;>) Philodendron is another really easy plant that trails nicely and is hard to kill. xo Diana

  2. Love all those, you didn’t show the little red wagon with succulents in it. That was my favorite til I saw your bird cage with them. Wow talk about overflowing, several different kinds.
    I found a good size bird cage at thrift store couple weeks ago. Been deciding what to do with it, you have helped make that decision. Going to put some kind of container in bird cage, fill with dirt and put bunch of our overcrowded hens/chicks in it, put it on our big table with other gardeny stuff for spring/summer on it. That will be the crowning display for that table. Love the idea of using the cage that way.
    Was going to paint the table again but with all the stuff on it won’t be able to see it needs a paint job, not right away anyway. You have sure inspired me. Happy days

  3. Melissa, recently I’ve proven myself to have quite the brown thumb too. Last week I pinched off a piece of a succulent at my church that seems to now be thriving in my back porch, and I can’t wait to put it into something pretty like the ideas you’ve shared.

  4. I have a special place in my heart for chickens and hens. Found you on Alderberryhill hop today.

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