Sea shell planters are creative ways to show off plants. You can tuck smaller succulents and use them as a centerpiece of your home.
Sea Shell Planter Ideas
Succulents are planted in a large shell and filled with tiny gravels.
Tuck an air plant into the shell opening and lightly mist once a month. The plant should not be forced into the shell, but rather loosely positioned to allow for good air circulation. Read more on Yankee magazine.
“Little Jewels” succulents planted in a big clam shell. You can also use faux plants instead of real ones.
Succulents planted in a shell and covered with pebbles to decorate it.
Very large snail shells used as unique hanging planters.
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This cool looking shell is used as a planter to grow succulents. You can see more ideas like that on Radmegan.com.
If you have a big conch fill it with a light succulent potting and tuck a few succulents in it.
Decorating with shells is a great idea. Hang the conch shells and plant trailing succulent in their lip, spray water from time to time to keep them growing.
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Create great centerpieces for your living room and dining room by growing succulents in beautiful conch shells.