Added by on 2018-09-30

How to make a Wall Mounted Baby Succulent Garden Planter : This wall planter was made with recycled medicine bottles, a piece of wood and some paint. I created drainage by nailing holes in the bottom; and layering rocks, a screen, sand and soil. This is a perfect planter for small succulents to live until they get bigger.🌱 This is a fast and free craft. My favorite kind! It is a pretty way to propagate your succulents and is light enough to be hung anywhere. 😊 Hope you enjoy, ~Hey Maaa 😊💓😊Subscribe for more fun, helpful videos! 😊💓😊 Follow us on social media for the latest updates! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HeyMaaaHey/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/HeyMaaaHey Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/HeyMaaaHey Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/HeyMaaaHey Website: https://www.HeyMaaa.com I wanted to hide my ugly barrier wall, so I decided to paint it a bright blue, and hang my succulents. By doing this, it created a feature and transformed the ugly barrier wall to a beautiful living art! Next was the rock wall, before it was a mount of dirt. We had planned another barrier wall, but I couldn’t go through another ugly barrier wall, so I decided to make a succulent rock wall. All the rocks and succulents are from around the garden. Once I put it together it opened up more space on my verandah. Small projects big transformations! Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHow to Grow Money plant | Clear Glass Wall Mounted Planter | Money plant Growing Ideas//GREEN PLANTSDIY Air Plant Wall Art from Scrap Wood | woodworking how toVintage Wooden Garden Flower Planter Box Planter Storage Wall Mounted OrganizerModern Wall Mounted PlanterAquaponics Rocks ( Growing Medium ) Wash Install Plant – $40 Aquaponics – Barrelponics Made EasyWall Hanging Planters 60+ DIY Planter Ideas – Recycled Home Decor

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  • Ruthie's Succulent Obsession 2 weeks ago

    Absolutely stunning succulent wall . Your plants are divine and I love the chicken roaming around admiring your plants. Where are you located I have liked and previously subscribed.