A Cactus in Your Shoe! and 6 Other Surprising Places to Plant Succulents

Design SpongeDesign SpongeSince succulent plants like aloe and agave are among the easiest plants to grow, a succulent garden seems to be perfect for planting almost anywhere! These plants are thick and fleshy and can grow in almost any climate, especially dry areas.

I've come up with 7 fun places where your succulent plants will thrive and look amazing!












Roy JoyRoy Joy Egg Shell Garden
How elegant do these egg shell gardens look? So delicate and beautifully displayed.
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Thirsty World DesignsThirsty World DesignsMuffin Tin Garden
I love the idea of a muffin tin planter! This would look awesome on display in my kitchen.
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Rad MeganRad MeganSea Shell Gardens
How fun! Time to start collecting large sea shells at the beach.
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Cloud 9Cloud 9Tea Cup Garden
Time for tea? Or just a great way to display your succulent garden.
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Better Homes and GardensBetter Homes and Gardens Work of Art Garden
Plant your succulent garden in a picture frame, making for a beautiful display.
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Design SpongeDesign SpongeVertical Succulent Garden
Plant your garden in a wooden flat to display as a work of art.
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Prudent BabyPrudent BabySucculent Garden Wreath
What a beautiful wreath to welcome in your guests at the front door.
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- By Marie LeBaron
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