Combine your two favorite things together: Christmas and succulents! A living Christmas tree is good for the environment and succulents are forgiving plants. What you’ll end up with is a lovely mini "tree" that’ll thrive all year round with very little care required. http://www.ehow.com/how_12343716_create-living-succulent-christmas-tree-tutorial.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage
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Simple Holiday Centerpieces - A holiday centerpiece perfect for Christmas—wrap upcycled soup cans in upholstery tape, and secure with twine. Place small rosemary plants in cans. Guests can take these home and use in cooking or to plant in their gardens.
Here's a fun DIY gift for your neighbors this Christmas season-a cute Elf and Santa candy pot that is filled with candy. Grab a flower pot and paint and decorate it, then fill it with candy and it's a great gift!
Happy holly-days! This year’s bumper crop means plenty of magical home-grown Christmas decorations