16 Creative Succulent Planter Ideas From Items You Can Find at Phantastic Phinds


The weather has been pretty crappy this last week so it left me thinking of being out in the garden. Today we're going to give you some ideas for creative DIY succulent planters. Succulents are super easy to grow and don't need much soil so you can plant them in almost anything. 

1.) Old typewriters.

2.) Hardcover books.

3.) Vintage or new plastic toy dinosaurs.

4.) Old cameras and lenses.

5.)Enameled cookware.

6.) Picture frames.

7.) Tea cups.

8.) Birdcages.

9.) Dressers,

10.) Glass or ceramic electrical insulators.

11.) Old toys.

12.) Vintage advertising tins & 13.) Gumball machines.

14.) Old silverplate cups.

15.) Teapots & 16.) Old defunct toasters.

Thanks for reading & we'll see you next week!
-Mike McFadden

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