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Terrariums...bottom layer of rocks or   stones to maintain root drainage, layer of soil, plant beautiful succulents, top   off with an optional decorative layer of different colored pebbles. Easiest   & quickest way to bring style to your home

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Beautiful DIY home decor idea. Succulent aquarium with a layered look. This DIY indoor plant looks classy and great for the bedroom, living room, kitchen, etc.

succulent DIY use sand to be the base for better water drainage. Or normally I use pebbles and then dirt.

Pouring a couple of inches of sand into the bottom of a glass vase.Cactus Soil to plant the succulents with room to grow. large succulent was centered, we tucked a few small succulents around it. Lastly, we covered the soil with decorative gravel.

Indoor terrarium succulent gardens. If there is no hole, some absorbent matter should be put into the bottom with the pebbles/rocks.

Succulent Gardens for Small Spaces

Find out how to make small succulent gardens that look amazing and take only a few minutes! Easy, affordable, delightful to look at and hardly any maintenance needed.

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Rock people garden statues DIY decor DIY Garden Trinkets - Awesome Ideas, Projects and Tutorials! Including, from 'instructables', this creative 'garden thing' project with rocks.

Jade plants need full sun in order to grow properly and need to be drained well. Allow the soil to dry out completely before each watering. Softening leaves indicate it’s time for more water.    cast iron plants can handle low light, extreme temperatures and can survive for a good length without water. However, It’s still a good idea to keep the soil moist for healthy growth by watering every 2-3 weeks.

Jade plants need full sun in order to grow properly and need to be drained well. Allow the soil to dry out completely before each watering. Softening leaves indicate time for more water. cast iron plants can handle low light, extreme temperatures

Everything Plants and Flowers: Succulent Terrarium Tutorial

Succulent Terrarium Tutorial

finished terrarium I like the jar, might look better with darker pebbles on the bottom and light ones on top

DIY your own succulent terrarium garden by layering sand, soil, and stone.

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