Added by on 2016-01-17

Succulent designer Linda Estrin demonstrates how she plants handmade wire mesh containers with colorful, geometric sempervivums, echeverias and finer-leaved filler plants. Produced by garden photojournalist Debra Lee Baldwin, author of “Designing with Succulents”, “Succulent Container Gardens”, and “Succulents Simplified”. 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. http://www.craftsy.com/ext/Debra-LeeBaldwin_4864_F Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsCreate a Hanging Basket of SucculentsCreate a Living Picture with SucculentsColourful succulents hanging basketIdeas for Planting Succulents from Lowe’sJardim Suspenso com Suculentas Para Pequeno Espaço (Hanging garden with succulents for small space)DIY Succulents Crafts Ideas – Amazing Succulent Planting Projects

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8 Comments

  • K Heck 1 year ago

    where do you get that red succulents??

  • Cuda FX 1 year ago

    you shouldnt pack cacti as tightly as in the last image. they will stab eachother with theyr spines.

  • sue girard 1 year ago

    what is the bird call in the background? birders??

  • gersonwinck 1 year ago

    Que belo trabalho. Parab

  • hoosierquilt 1 year ago

    Dtebra, hanks for sharing the video with Linda! I was curious as to how she made her containers, and that was very helpful. Now inspired to make a few for holiday gifts for family and friends. So many great ways to put together succulents with this lovely idea.

  • Hoda Gibreel Osman 1 year ago

    I have this screen wire, for the plants (vines), now u gave me the idea of using it as a base for succulents, thank you.
    I do the same way cutting but now I can make shapes out of it …..

  • TheEarthCreature 1 year ago

    I recall in my time working at a nursery, we would do something very similar, but oriented vertically, and they were called "Living walls" You should give it a try. Very cool.

  • nimoisansvous 1 year ago

    Love this, you are so talented!