Succulent gardens quickly become a fast-growing craze. It is not surprising to see how you can add succulents and grow them beautifully in almost all climates. We all know how easy it is to keep a life in succulents. They have a unique ability to store water so you do not have to water it too often. It makes them perfect to grow inside and outside the room. Having a little knowledge about the many varieties commonly found in succulent vineyards that come in a variety of styles, sizes, colors and even varied flowers, is very important. You need that knowledge when deciding what you want to make before planting your fresh garden. Let’s look at some great examples of the fresh look that will surely give you a new passion to have this plant around your home.
Wood Log Garden
If you have a tree trunk in your yard, then it behooves you to put it to good use as a showcase for your succulent plant of whatever kind and color. You can use the logs horizontally or vertically in accordance with your garden landscape.
A truly creative way to put a side border to good use is this side succulent display presentation. Cover the ground with smooth stones or coral rock to balance the “desert” look.
Bird Cage Garden
This is one unusual display that catches one’s imagination in an enchanting manner. Hanged succulent plants and even dried succulent flowers all serve to compliment each other in this delightful outdoor or indoor decor accessory.
Cinder Block Garden
Placing the blocks several tiers deep, add soil and place your succulent on a one per cinder block hole basis. For even better results, try painting the blocks with glitter spray paint before setting up your choice succulent garden arrangement.
This give a distinctively unique look to your backyard fence or anywhere else from which you can hang this beautiful design. Plant different colors succulents throughout to give it a great rainbow effect.
Monograms have never truly been out of fashion. When you spell a particular word out, your cactus design with its wide selection of multi-colored patterns, will make your succulent flowers presentation all the more lovely.
A trip to your local beach is bound to yield an abundance of treasures such as beautiful, naturally sculpted seashells. fill the pots with potting soil and your growing succulents, and you get a most unique and beautiful pot from the sea.
Watering Can Garden
An old garden watering can, or large canister filled with overflowing succulent flowers, makes one interesting piece in your garden. If your garden’s theme is rustic in nature, this display goes perfectly on an old table or wooden bench.
A Driftwood Garden
An old piece from a dried up tree trunk adds the distinctive touch to this rustic-like design. Being that the display presentation is rustic in orientation, both a multi-colored approach is used or a simple one-colored theme pattern is appropriate.
Rusty Barbecue Grill Garden
Don’t throw away that old rusty barbecue grill, put that grill to good use by adding a plethora of ornamental succulent in your grill. The effect is now complete for your charming garden.
A pallet frame that’s today become a growing trend in vertical interior designs. Their versatility is well appreciated in balcony areas, walled areas and basically anywhere there’s a wall to hang this design. When hung from a painted wall backdrop, and planted with contrasting colored cacti plants to catch attention.