21 Unique Succulent Planters
Summer - just what succulents love...
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Succulent plants love the bright light, warm days and long hours of daylight of summer, and seem to glow with health in these conditions.
If you're doing it right, you'll have lots of new young plants that beg to be shown off in odd and unusual planters;
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This collection of the strange and unusual planters I've found on the web might just give you some ideas; think outside the box, and always stay alert for those containers that might not at first seem too usable for planting them into.
Succulents fortunately don't need lots of soil or water, so shallow containers suit them just fine.
Or a weathered cow skull, overrun with Sempervivum
Vintage Blue Graniteware, planted with Sempervivum and Sedum
Chafing dish found in the thrift store
Root Planters from the beach or found on a walk in the woods...
Succulents in a Glass Fish Tank
One Hand washes the Other
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