How to Make a Modern Indoor Echeveria Planter + WIN the Planter!!


This very stylish modern bowl planter just needed some stylish plants! Learn how to make this planter without spending a fortune...by refreshing scraggly old Echeveria. Plus there is a contest to win the Modernica Case Study planter valued at $189!! Contest entry here http://gardentherapy.ca/modern-succulent-planter/
Make a Modern Indoor Echeveria Planter
Make a Modern Indoor Echeveria Planter
I used scraggly old plants that were looking pretty rough. All you have to do is snip the rosette with one inch of stem and let it dry out of direct sunlight. When roots form, it`s time to plant!
I used scraggly old plants that were looking pretty rough. All you have to do is snip the rosette with one inch of stem and let it dry out of direct sunlight. When roots form, it`s time to plant!
Use a cactus and succulent soil mix for the best drainage.
Use a cactus and succulent soil mix for the best drainage.
Arrange your Echeveria  in the planter as you like. Used here: Echeveria runyonii
Echeveria nodulosa
Echeveria 'Perle von Nurnberg'
Echeveria 'Ruffles'
Arrange your Echeveria in the planter as you like. Used here: Echeveria runyonii Echeveria nodulosa Echeveria 'Perle von Nurnberg' Echeveria 'Ruffles'
Top the soil with polished river stones.
Top the soil with polished river stones.
And display! This Modernica planter can be set atop the Brazilian hardwood plinth...
And display! This Modernica planter can be set atop the Brazilian hardwood plinth...
...or directly on the display surface.
...or directly on the display surface.
Here is another idea of how it could be planted.
Here is another idea of how it could be planted.
Now, if you want to win one of these Case Study Ceramic Bowl Planters with Plinth (worth $189) enter the contest here: http://gardentherapy.ca/modern-succulent-planter/
Now, if you want to win one of these Case Study Ceramic Bowl Planters with Plinth (worth $189) enter the contest here: http://gardentherapy.ca/modern-succulent-planter/
Stephanie @ Garden Therapy

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  • Emma Reid
    on Feb 17, 2015

    Up here in Canada, they stay in the ground year after year and they multiply like crazy ! It's neat to see them with babies. Very pretty and easy to move around. It will grow anywhere with hardly any care. We call them "Hens & Chicks"

  • Emma Reid
    on Feb 18, 2015

    I loved BC, lived in the Shanashee area when my son was in the hospital, before that, 7 years in the Okanagan. Fate brought me back to Ontario, Georgian Bay area. My heart is in the west. Enjoy :)

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