Succulents are so easy to put together and keep alive.
That’s why they make for a great DIY succulent garden. Because they aren’t hard to maintain, and they come in all types of beautiful colors, sizes, patterns, and textures that can make for an interesting garden.
But sometimes we’re at a loss for inspiration. Or we aren’t sure where to start. That’s why we’ve put together a nifty list of the 15 most gorgeous succulent garden ideas we could find to get you started on the right path.
Now, here are 15 gorgeous succulent garden ideas you can easily recreate at home.
Via A Beautiful Mess
There are lots of ways to create your indoor succulent oasis. One of them is to use gravel like this DIY tutorial from A Beautiful Mess.
It adds a hint of dimension and some color to your soil. Check out the full tutorial for the full directions.
Have an old lantern you aren’t using? Fill it with your favorite succulents and pebbles. West Coast Gardens has the full run down on how to put it together.
If you’re looking to create an outside succulent garden that doesn’t cost a lot of money, then try creating one like this. It doesn’t take tons of resources and looks beautiful in just about any backyard.
Via Den Garden
Old boots don’t have to go to waste when you can use them as a makeshift succulent planter that you can keep either indoor or outdoors. You can do the same with other types of shoes, or even furniture as well.
Via Maru 358
The beauty of succulents is that they come in all sorts of shapes, sizes, and colors. And when you arrange some together, they can end up looking like this!
Succulent gardens don’t have to be huge and bulky if you don’t want them to be. You can start small and arrange them in a pot that can fit just about anywhere. Waiting On Martha shows you how to put it together.
Via Design Sponge
Have an old drawer cabinet you aren’t using? Try using it to plant your favorite succulents! This is a great idea from Design Sponge and can go well both indoor and outdoor places.
Via Ezter With Love
Nothing screams cute like this tiny little succulent cacti garden that looks great in a bathroom setting. Making sure you get a variety of different succulents is key to making your indoor garden pop.
Via The Every Girl
This succulent array is absolutely gorgeous and we couldn’t help but feature it as a beautiful example of what you could come up with when you get a little creative with all types of succulents.
Now this is an idea you don’t see every day. Succulents that grow in an old fish tank! You can totally make this project work for yourself with a few materials and some creativity.
Via Liz Marie Blog
A filing cabinet isn’t just for books and paper. At least not this tiny filing cabinet. You can use it to create your own mini indoor garden too. How cute!
Via Homey Oh My
You can totally grow a mini succulent garden in a bowl that can go great with your own decor. No need for big fancy pots.
Head over to Homey Oh My for more on how to put it together.
Ever thought of growing succulents in a big spoon? For this particular DIY idea it’s in a measuring cup, and it can make for a great table centerpiece for farmhouse style decor especially. Check out more on Succulents and Sunshine.
Via Rancho Reubidoux
Upcycling is a great way to get creative with succulents. And Rancho Reubidoux proves that with their nifty DIY idea. Make sure you go to their site for the full tutorial.