DIY - Reuse Glass Insulators for Succulent Planting
A couple of weeks ago we did a post on a few things you could still do with your garden this Fall. One of the things we talked about was going to Garden Centers and seeing what was on sale. Just this week one of our largest local garden centers announced they were going out of business after 100 years and were liquidating everything. I can’t resist a deal so off we went to check this out. Only 4 days after they announced that they going out of business almost everything was gone. There were a few little succulents which we bought for $2 a pieceWe washed the insulators in a bucket of hot soapy water. After we dried them off we put little non-skid rubber button thingies on the bottom so they would be stable enough to hold a plant.Then we planted our succulents in the insulators. For more go to: http://livedan330.com/2013/10/18/diy-reuse-glass-insulators-for-succulent-planters/ and don't forget to follow us on Hometalk!
Becky on May 08, 2018
I have a big box of these just waiting for something to use them for. What a great idea! Can't wait! Will let you know! (will use all but my PURPLE ONE!)
Jacquienina on May 13, 2018
I'm in process of doing something like this, but I'm trying to hang the insulators. But I think now that I'll use some of my recently acquired bumpers. I got them on Amazon for a glass table to use between the frame and the glass top.