DIY Project ~ Make Your Own Succulent Wreath!

$20
1 Hour
Easy
Were you one of those mud-pie making, play-in-the-dirt kind of kids? Well. if you were, this is the project for you: Making a succulent wreath! I have outlined a quick and dirty set of directions here for you! To get more detailed directions and a full materials list please click on my link http://ourfairfieldhomeandgarden.com/diy-project-make-a-succulent-wreath/
Completed Succulent Wreath
Step # 1 ~ lay wreath form on dampened sheet moss
Step # 2 ~ pile wet soil on the frame and into the crevices
Step # 3 ~ pull sheet moss together over soil and wrap with floral wire
Step # 4 ~ poke holes and insert succulents
~ a succulent wreath ~

Barb Rosen
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  • Viki Viki on Mar 05, 2016
    How often to water, and how?

  • Brenda Omalley Brenda Omalley on Sep 17, 2017
    Would you consider this wreath to be one that can be used year-round? And can it be used outdoors as well as indoors? I'm thinking of giving it to my sis'n law for her Dec. B-day. What could I use to make the wreath more festive , RE: Christmas & B-Day. I'm not sure this is the type of wreath you add things to or take things away from. But, I do know you've made a gorgeous wreath.

  • Chris Chris on Aug 12, 2021

    how do you water the wreath?? How often/??

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  • RUTH RUTH on Dec 07, 2013
    So your indicating that the succulents only need moss to grow in? This is beautiful, but I'm wondering if the plants will survive.

  • Barb Rosen Barb Rosen on Dec 07, 2013
    Actually, when you read the post I have attached, you will see there is more than moss for the succulents to grow in, Ruth! Click through on this link for step-by-step directions and pictures. Thanks for writing!

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    • Barb Rosen Barb Rosen on Dec 07, 2013
      @RUTH ~ it is packed in quite tightly and there is a good 4 inches or so. Succulents used are fairly shallow rooted and kept trimmed as well. Thanks!

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