We'll be totally honest and say we haven't come across a succulent we didn't adore. They're tiny, cute and downright happy. But that doesn't mean we don't want to up our gardening game in honor of our favorite plants. These ideas are pretty, creative and some are just pure genius.
Amethysts and other crystals have taken over homes this year. So why not combine this glamorous trend with the of-the-moment plant, as seen with this planter ($55 to $80, )?
Even if you're aren't a bird owner, you're about to go nuts over their cages. Here, a blogger used a vintage creation to make a floating garden that's completely whimsical.
This turtle planter is made out of a wire basket, chicken wire, clay pots and succulents, of course. Trust us when we say nothing is more satisfying than watching plants grow in the shape of a turtle's shell.
Is there anything more precious than a succulent planter ($99, ) that reminds all of us what's important in life? All you need is love, people.
Succulents come in all shapes and sizes ... so do seashells! So together, they make the perfect pair. As you can see from this shell ($17, ), it's a great way to use your baby plants.
We officially want a succulent skirt now. A vintage mannequin filled with moss creates a standing garden that fashionistas will especially appreciate.
When you combine pretty succulents with the raw beauty of driftwood, you instantly have a stunning centerpiece like this one ($80, ).
Nothing says "welcome to my home" quite like cute-as-can-be succulents. Instead of hanging a fake wreath make (or buy!) your own that lives and breathes ($45, ).
If you want to show off your plants proudly, but don't want to go with the standard basket, try this: You can buy a kit ($25, ) to create a succulent ball and hang it proudly on your front porch.
Gallery walls are all the rage, but what if we told you there's a way to make one out of succulents? Yes, dreams do come true. You'll just need a spray bottle to water your vertical garden.
Raise your hand if you have a pile of empty wine bottles under your sink (guilty). This household staple can easily be turned into a hanging succulent planter ($23.99, ).