Growing succulents indoors can add a touch of beauty to your home. Also, they are easy to grow. Check out these 15 Best Indoor Succulent Planting Ideas for inspiration!
Succulents always give a nice decorative touch to any home or garden. With their juicy leaves, fat stems, and thick roots, they form a vast and diverse group of plants, offering easy to care options for each household.
In addition, succulents look stunning planted alone or accommodated in such a way that looks like a small garden, because the color and foliage variation in succulent seems almost endless: green, blue, pink, red, yellow, white, purple, almost black and much more.
1. Wine Bottle Succulent Planter
Fantastic way to upcycle wine bottles into these cute succulent planters. You’ll need to cut wine bottle from side to fill soil in it. Small succulents and cacti are perfect for this.
Also Read: DIY Wine Bottle Ideas
2. Mini Succulent Garden in Glass Bowl
Succulents blend well with each other and are well suited for centerpieces and other decors, consider a wedding. The container may vary in size, enormously, leading to all sorts of effects. Bowls, pots, vases or glasses can be tried out for your succulent bowl garden.
In your succulent bowl garden, there will be no drainage so be careful when watering, water sporadically and keep the soil relatively dry.
You can find a complete tutorial on succulent bowl garden here!
3. DIY Succulent Bookend
Prop up your favorite reads with this easy-to-make mini garden. Succulents are easy to grow. They add a welcome pop of greenery to any book collection when planted in clear vases filled with pretty river stones. Here’s how to create your own.
4. Mason Jar Succulent Planter
Mason jars are perfect for planting succulents in. You can either plant succulents in transparent mason jars or paint them with two coats of chalky finish paint. Once the paint dries out lightly sand them and finish up with a thin coat of wax.
Also Read: DIY Mason Jar Ideas
5. Succulents in Suitcase
Vintage suitcases aren’t hard to find, you may even have one lying around your house. Here is the tutorial.
6. Succulent Planter from Vintage Books
Turn an old book into a sassy succulent planter. Give a new life to your old books by planting a succulent between their pages. Here is more on it!
7. Succulents in a DIY Hanging Pot
Make this easy hanging succulent planter with a tray or shallow pot, succulents, threads, and candles. To make it, just plant the succulents in a tray that has holes on sides to hang (or drill a few holes). Hang the tray with the help of threads. You can also put some candles, burn those candles in the night to create an astonishing effect. Ensure you do not hang this in a windy spot.
8. Succulent Green Wall with an Old Frame
Living frames are a great way to get your plants off the ground and grown them vertically. They let you highlight your plants as an ever-changing work of art in the same way that you would display a picture framed inside your house. To learn all the details how to make it, read this.
9. Pot with Decorative Gravel and Succulents
This splendid idea is for your garden, porch or any other outdoor or indoor space. Choose a large pot and grow a tall succulent in it. Also, grow small succulents around the plant and embellish it with decorative gravel.
10. DIY Succulent Terrarium
An aquarium without a fish or water. It is indeed a fun project. Make a DIY succulent terrarium using succulents of various shapes and textures. The complete tutorial is available here.
11. DIY Succulent Glass Planter
Grow succulents in water glasses. A DIY tutorial can be found here.
12. Painted Can Succulent Planter
If you have cans, paint them into your favorite color and grow succulents.
13. Succulents in a Dish
Plant succulents in a dish and place it on the table top. It will make the focal point of the room.
Also Read: Succulent Dish Garden
14. Succulent Tea Cup Garden
Use old teacups to create a succulent teacup garden. You can check out its tutorial here.
15. Vintage Tea Tin Succulents
Upcycle your tea tins into these adorable succulent planters. They will become great indoor pots!