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5 Unique Ways to Display Succulents


Since succulents require minimal water and low maintenance they are the perfect plant to keep in unexpected locations. There are not too many plants out there I can think of that could bloom in a book. Take advantage of this and challenge yourself to come up with new ways to display your succulents around the house. In a vintage suitcase or in a brightly colored shoe? I bet someone could make that work. No matter where you put them you are sure to add a burst of color and a touch of modern style to your home. Check out these 5 Unique Ways to Display Succulents for some one of a kind inspiration…

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  • In a Book 1 of 5
    In a Book
    Use an old book as a new home for your succulents.
    Get the tutorial at Green Wedding Shoes.
  • In a Dresser 2 of 5
    In a Dresser
    Fill your dresser with blossoming succulents. Who needs clothes anyway?
    Find out more at Apartment Therapy.
  • In a Cork 3 of 5
    In a Cork
    Add magnets to the back of corks and fill them with succulents to add hints of green to your home.
    Spotted at The Autumn Issue.
  • In a Shell 4 of 5
    In a Shell
    A low maintenance option for keeping your succulents on display is by hanging them inside of a shell.
    Check it out at Apartment Therapy.
  • In a Frame 5 of 5
    In a Frame
    Make your own succulent art by adding them to a frame.
    Get the tutorial at Better Homes and Gardens.

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