7 IKEA Hacks for Gorgeous Succulent Gardens

7 IKEA Hacks for Gorgeous Succulent Gardens

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Dabney Frake
Jun 2, 2015
(Image credit: Craftberry Bush)

Succulents make excellent container plants because they're easy to grow and need almost no care. Whether you are flexing your new green thumb, or are already a gardening pro, take your plants to a new level with one of these easy and affordable IKEA hacks.

1. Above, Craftberry Bush made this amazing decorative wall planter from a laminate IKEA LACK table.

(Image credit: Dabito)

2. This retro tripod planter was made out of some basic wooden legs and IKEA RUNDLIG serving bowl, by Justina Blakeney for her New Bohemians book, seen via Lonny.

(Image credit: House Pet)

3. Recognize the IKEA TRADIG fruit bowl? It forms the basis for this modernist looking planter from House Pet.

(Image credit: Brady Bunch Remodel)

4. This simple raised planter was made from inverting one KARDEMMUMA flower pot on top of another. Clever job Brady Bunch Remodel!

(Image credit: The Divine Minimalist)

5. This "Plantern" from The Divine Minimalist is nothing short of adorable, and was made using a MORKT lantern.

(Image credit: 17 Apart)

6. 17 Apart came up with this industrial looking vertical planter, using another LACK table and some sections of sonatubes.

(Image credit: Sunshine & Succulents)

7. An IKEA RASKOG cart is the perfect planter for a whole mess of succulents. It's easy to make, and you can easily move it inside or out according to Sunshine & Succulents.

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