To have a beautiful modern indoor succulent garden, you need perfect succulents. You will be growing your own indoor succulent garden and will need fertile soil to ensure optimal health and growth. First, you need to get the right materials so your succulents can thrive in your home or garden.
Whether planted outdoors or used to grow modern indoor succulent garden, succulents are exceptionally easy to care for and require little attention. Succulents are the most up-to-date plants for your windows as they take up less space, grow without care, and get enough light they need to grow well. They are very fond of growing in containers, because it is easier to create beautiful compositions of harmoniously colored succulents there. You can simply place your succulents in a large planter or container and make a beautiful arrangement out of them.
Fill these geometric pots with succulents like air plants for a simple, casual look. These pots are the perfect pots for succulents, cacti and air plants. The unique design and large size of these pots will allow you to arrange multiple succulents together to create a beautiful centerpiece.
This 3ft long is available in two earthy colors to make the succulents look beautiful in your home. This 3ft long concrete succulent planter is a bold and beautiful way to show off your plants. If you love the look of concrete, this set of three succulent planters, complete with a matching wooden stand, will help bring the life of succulents into your home. This amazing set of ceramic succulent pots from Sun-E makes a great gift for any succulent lover, be it your family or friends.
This collection features specimens of both indoor and outdoor succulent gardens, each in a unique pot or container. By purchasing several planters, you can organize your indoor vertical garden with succulents in the most beautiful and elegant way. Keep it simple with a few potted plants or make a full blown vertical garden.
Sometimes an assortment of individual potted succulents can create the perfect indoor garden. Succulents come in a variety of colors and textures, so every garden you plant can be completely unique.
If you’re new to growing plants and want to start with something simple, succulents are perfect because all you need is some soil, some water, and some sunlight. Modern indoor succulent garden are very easy to care for, so even if you don’t have the greenest fingers, you can still maintain a thriving indoor or outdoor garden full of these beauties. These drought tolerant plants can be easily grown in traditional pots and vertically walled gardens without too much mess.
These planters are versatile because they can be used to grow other small plants besides succulents, or even as a pen holder or candle holder. 1 flower pot has a drainage hole at the bottom, which is especially important when growing succulents.
When looking for the best succulent pots, keep in mind that drainage holes in the bottom are a must so your plants don’t get flooded. Drainage holes allow excess water to drain from the pot so succulent roots don’t settle on wet soil. It’s best if the pot has a drainage hole (or 2 or 3), as succulents don’t like the roots being constantly wet.
When planting succulents in a container, make sure it has drainage holes, or add a layer of gravel to the bottom of the container. There are no drainage holes in this shallow bowl, so you will need to drill a hole in the bottom or use well-drained soil when planting the succulents. There are no drainage holes, so fill the bottom with a layer of fine gravel before adding light, succulent soil. Modern indoor succulent garden feel good and healthy in these planters thanks to the drainage holes.
If you only have one or two succulents in pots, water them with a small watering can. However, if you’ve planted them like I did in the photo above, it’s best to use a watering bottle as this will allow you to be more precise when watering. If you grow succulents outdoors and plant them directly in the ground, you may get wet leaves because the sun evaporates water quickly.
Plant a few succulents in a pot and see how they can transform a messy space in your home into a modern and modern one. A small planter of succulents on a mini wooden table would look great with curtains. Colorful succulents paired with pretty planters are perfect for compact windows. A shiny, patterned ceramic pot will brighten up the look of succulents on a windowsill.
You can build concrete walls with many planters for a modern look, or choose wire or wood planters in original shapes; use driftwood and logs as planters for succulents to add a natural touch to your space. For a floor-to-ceiling indoor garden effect, try succulent arrangements on shelves and interspersed with ornaments like vases and carved spheres. A simple earthenware bowl or a large pot draining dish can serve as an easy and sweet dish for a succulent centerpiece.
Perfect for displaying a collection of small modern indoor succulent garden, this shallow 6″ round ceramic pot from Binwen Binwen features a drainage hole in the bottom, a handy bamboo drainage tray that is both useful and attractive. You can use this ceramic succulent pot indoors or outdoors, and the elegant drip tray is perfect for keeping counters clean and collecting excess water. This vertical succulent growing kit comes with a special closing magnet that makes the planter safe and child-friendly. The device can be used as a starter nursery until ready for a larger pot.