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Debra Lee Baldwin, author of three books about succulent plants, helps Emma Alpaugh of Timber Press create a living picture of succulents, using a plantable frame and cuttings from Succulent Gardens nursery. Want to learn more about using these lovely, low-maintenance plants like the pros do? Debra Lee Baldwin now offers a 3-hour, 7-lesson online class: Stunning Succulent Arrangements. Video Rating: / 5 Watch how to make an urban garden succulent wall in your small space in this quick hypermade. Get the details of this garden project here: For more ideas to improve your home, check out Lowe’s How-To Library or our other social media channels: Lowe’s – Facebook – Twitter – Pinterest – Instagram – Subscribe to Lowe’s YouTube: or head to our channel: Related PostsHow To Make A Living Picture Frame With SucculentsCreate a Hanging Basket of SucculentsSucculents in an old picture frame.Make a living succulent pictureGroVert Living Wall Planter with SucculentsSucculents in Squares

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  • LA Auton 1 year ago

    Would be a better video if we could hear you better and you showed how you made the frame?

  • yuri Lee 1 year ago

    What was the name of the succulent flowers you use in this tutorial? Thank you!?

  • nasrin ahady 1 year ago

    when the flower dry and die what you do or when the plant

  • David Higham 1 year ago

    Great video, but can you recommend any other plants that would work well in the frame.

  • Annie Spiegelman 1 year ago

    Love this, Debra. Thanks to you I just made some rockin'

  • Jess McDade Hannum 1 year ago

    That turned out so pretty!!! Do you use any type of root stimulator in the soil??

  • Sunrise Films 1 year ago

    Remind me of coral

  • Gadi Kalihman 1 year ago

    Hello Debra, I am wonder how often succulents need to be irrigated and from another side how you make any drainage on the box bottom?
    I love the wander of your succulent art!

  • Pamela Helen Leigh Gamble 1 year ago

    Hi Debra, I am becoming a fast fan of your work ! I was wondering, have you done anything along the lines of succulents in cages ? Can't seem to figure our how to create an actual base, without soil falling through the bars, unless I put in some lining of some sorts. I've got over 30 lil succulents, cacti, chicks and hens, echeveria, so might give the living picture a try, save on space 😀

  • Nefritara 1 year ago

    What is the best wood to use for the box frame? It looked like you used cedar?

  • Debra Lee Baldwin 1 year ago

    The plantable frame is from Succulent Gardens nursery, see description for link.

  • Debra Lee Baldwin 1 year ago

    Yes, you can make your own, and good idea, I need to make a video showing how! There also is how-to info in my book, Succulents Simplified (May, 2013). Carol, keep the soil moist, and roots will form from the base of the plants and knit through the screen into the soil, at which time you can hang the box and the plants will stay in place.

  • PlantzNThings 1 year ago

    Where do you buy a plantable frame? If we need to make our own can you do a how-to ?

  • Barbaro Horta 1 year ago
  • Cynthia Luciene 1 year ago

    I'm sorry, I was looking for a "HOW TO" but instead almost had seizures as the screen flickered and flashed rapidly before my eyes.