Added by on 2017-07-06

A study in succulent vertical planters. These plants were installed into this “frame” about a year ago. I glued the cuttings to the moss. Look how they are growing and thriving! It’s Your Succulent Tip of the Day with Laura Eubanks at Design For Serenity. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsCreating Succulent Wall Art On Palm DebrisHow to Make a Succulent Wall Garden with a Picture FrameIndoor succulent wall planter – succulent art – succulent picture frame using popsicle lolly sticksDollar Tree DIY Pottery Barn Dupe Succulent WallHow to make your own succulent living garden frameSucculent planter with Antique Frame

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  • Anthony Chavez 6 months ago

    adorable, thanks for sharing.

  • laura serrano 6 months ago

    hi ! I love your videos, and I want to do a garden under my steps , can you give me some ideas? thanks

  • Stay At Home Gypsy 6 months ago

    So beautiful! All your videos are just so great! They make me miss my beloved "Sun" Diego!

  • Willa Johnson 6 months ago

    Very pretty. I went to WalMart yesterday to buy mower battery… of course I had to ck out plants. As I was about to leave I spotted a rack full of the small succulents on sale 1.25 each so cute and they were named. Of course I had to buy 17 (should have bought all of them) some of them I see in your plantings. tks for all your info.

  • Carolyn Crouch 6 months ago

    Laura, what did you mean, you "glued" them in? What did you use?

  • Zepth Qalev Xanders 6 months ago

    absolutely a great idea!

  • Desert Plants of Avalon 6 months ago

    Such a FANTASTIC idea and it looks absolutely BEAUTIFUL 🙂 Thanks so much for sharing Laura and have a FANTASTIC week ahead XXXX<3

  • Chris O. 6 months ago

    Lovely idea 🙂