DIY succulent flower garden in a pot are nothing less than spectacular to look at. They’re full of color, packed together in a stunningly organized manner. Yet, their individual shapes and sizes make it all look random.
This is a great way to display succulents because of their size.
If you’ve always want to make creative pieces like this, here are some ideas to inspire you.
DIY Succulent Flower Garden in a Pot
Outdoor Container Succulent Gardens
These succulent pots are much bigger than most of the others. That’s because they’re designed fro the outdoors.
So, you want something more elaborate and can take up little more space. Otherwise, they might not get noticed.
That said, it’s hard not to notice these standalone succulent gardens especially if you put them side by side like in the photo.
Bunch of Succulents
If you prefer a smaller pot , here’s a nice idea you can try. I love this because you have all sorts of succulents of different colors and forms.
This gives it character and allows it to come out at you instead of just laying a bit flat on the surface of the pot.
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Spilled Pot Succulents
Probably one of the most attention grabbing in this list of DIY succulent flower garden in a pot. With he right contrasting colors and location, there’s no way that this beautifully stunning arrangement will not amaze your guests.
It does take a bit of work since you have to figure out how to keep position the succulents and care for them so they don’t end up dying.
If you want something that work as the centerpiece of a table, this is a great idea.
It is narrow and small enough not to be obtrusive. And, keeping it in the middle of the table will surely make people see it.
Hanging Half Pot
One of my favorites because of its versatility. This hanging half pot succulent garden is amazing because you’re able to grow different kinds of succulents on it.
For the best effects, you want to have some that are low, others training downwards and a few growing upward. Varying colors and shades of green also help a lot.
Succulents in a Cup
Technically, this is not a pot. But, a cup can work as a mini pot if you wish.
I love this because you can grow the plant like you would in a normal container. I do recommend drilling a few holes at the bottom to allow excess moisture to drain so the soil does not end up wet.
Here’s one that’s designed to look like a flower arrangement. You’ve got all the lovely flower style succulents laid out above and around the blue pot.
You can create this lovely design by organizing each of their positions in the container.
Succulent Tree in a Pot
Not, this is not a tree nor a mini-tree. Instead, you can create it yourself. The ball on top of the wooden stick serves as the media to which you’ll plant the succulents.
In doing so, it will look like a variety of succulents are growing as a tree, which is an amazing optical illusion.
Pot in a Pot Succulent Garden
This one is designed more like a mini-garden using succulents. You don’t have as much plants covering the surface of he soil. instead, there’s a lot of “background” for a more minimalist look.
Hanging Succulent Ball
By far one of most unique and attractive looking succulent garden designs I’ve ever seen.
This is very similar to the succulent tree above. By using a ball as the growing surface, you’re able to allow succulents to grow around it.
But, instead of sticking the ball on pole, you hang it from a chain above.
This one looks something like one of those filled sushi bowls that’s wonderfully decorated served in Japanese restaurants. But, instead of raw fish, you’ve got amazing looking colorful succulents.
There’ not question that this takes time and organizational skills to put together.
So, quite a bit of planning and patience is involved if you want to create something like this.
Flower Petal Design
The succulents used here are designed to give you a faux flower look. There different colors, sizes and formations make them wonderful to look at.
This will make for an amazing decorative piece anywhere in your home be it the living room or den area.
If you don’t like using a traditional clay pot, why not some up with something more decorative.
That’s they case here. It uses a bright yellow decorative planter to hold a variety of small succulents.
The colors are also designed to complement one another as well.
Salad Bowl Succulents
This DIY succulent flower garden in a pot reminds me of an overflowing salad bowl will all sorts of fresh leafy vegetables.
Needless to day, it looks amazing. And, when you create something like this make sure to use contrasting colors, sizes and plant forms to get the most effect.
- Outdoor Container Succulent Gardens – https://www.pinterest.com/pin/2111131066852126/
- Spilled Pot Succulents – https://www.pinterest.com/pin/152559506117138390/
- Succulent Planter – https://www.pinterest.com/pin/140806228455919/
- Hanging Half Pot – https://www.pinterest.com/pin/563018673803657/
- Succulents in a Cup – https://www.pinterest.com/pin/70298444172618699/
- Succulent Tree in a Pot – https://www.pinterest.com/pin/50384089569615742/
- Hanging Succulent Ball – https://www.pinterest.com/pin/57491332733733217/
- Filled Pot – https://www.pinterest.com/pin/7810999341169285/
- Flower Petal Design – https://www.pinterest.com/pin/140806228888376/
- Overflowing Container – https://www.pinterest.com/pin/1618549854599149/
- Salad Bowl Succulents – https://www.pinterest.com/pin/213287732337180572/