How to Create a Succulent Centerpiece, JUNKMARKET Style

April 16th, 2016 in blog, projects     
suewhitney Sue Whitney, editor
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Succulents are so luscious and easy to care for...in fact it is downright impossible to kill them!
Here are your ingredients. A vintage colander, a small milk glass pitcher, cactus potting soil, succulents of your choice, moss, a doily, some rocks and a candle.
Line your colondar with moss.
Fill the milk glass pitcher half way with small rock and place in colander.
Plant your succulents around the pitcher to hold it in place.
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Top the soil with moss and some carefully placed rock. Put a cndle in the pitcher and you are ready to go!
A beautigul centerpiece, fresh rasberries and a glass of wine on the porch. Life is good!
Succulents are so luscious and easy to care for...in fact it is downright impossible to kill them!

Succulents are so luscious and easy to care for...in fact it is downright impossible to kill them!

Photo: Sue Whitney

There's nothing better than the weather changing making way for planting season. Succulents paired with some carefully chosen vintage pieces are my favorite for ealy spring. Here's a little down on the farm centerpiece.


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