How To Make A Succulent Garden

Today I am going to show you how to make a succulent garden in a few simple steps.  I found some beautiful flowering succulents named moss rose at Home Depot which I am going to incorporate in my arrangement. If you are more of a visual person, watch the 2 minute video and see just how easy it is to make your own succulent garden.
 How To Make a Succulent Garden

How To Make A Succulent Garden | Video Step by Step Tutorial

Watch this DIY Step by Step Tutorial on How To Create your own Succulent Container Garden, or see below for materials needed and instructions.


This morning I took a trip to Home Depot to purchase my plants and supplies needed. There was a huge variety of succulents to choose from. It was hard to pick which ones I wanted.

Home Depot Succulent Plants

Flowering succulents

How To Make A Succulent Garden

What You Need:


Cacti and Succulent Potting Mix

Small rocks


How To Make a Succulent Garden Instructions:

1. Place a layer of small rocks on the bottom of your container for drainage.

2. Next, place your potting soil made for cacti and succulents on top of the rocks. Wet the soil until moist.

3. Arrange your cacti and succulents in the soil and fill the rocks on top of them. I found some beautiful flowering succulents at Home Depot which add color to my garden. I used these as the centerpiece with the smaller cacti placed around the edges of the dish. You can also add rocks and other decorative objects to create interest in your container garden. Sit your garden in a sunny spot and water when you feel the soil dry again.

Succulents come in a variety of textures and colors and are easy to grow and maintain.



Home Decor For The Garden Lover


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