Creative Container Succulent Gift Project

You know it is a special event when I gift my succulent babies.  In this post, I share a creative container succulent gift project in this post was created for a friend with love!

Creative Container Succulent Gift Project

I have so much fun in the dome. During this planting event, it was 80*F in the dome and only 30*F outside. Be sure to scroll down to see how cute these turned out for the baby shower!

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Where to Get The Pots

If you are a member on the GardenChat Group you’ll remember I asked for suggestions when planting these cute little containers.   We had some great suggestions but ended up going with baby succulents because I have lots of those in my dome greenhouse. 

ribbon and tag on container

Where to Find the Succulent ContainersMy friend purchased the containers on Amazon.  Each container was wrapped professionally and the containers arrived ready to use.  I am starting to think that the painted terra cotta is better for growing succulents.  In the past, I’ve been using plain terra cotta containers but I hope to start planting mine to protect my succulent babies.

 

You can find these pots on Amazon at this link: https://amzn.to/2uxWjuC

Picking The Right Succulents

I grow many different succulents in my home and garden.  My geodesic biodome is becoming a Conservatory JUNGLE when it comes to unique plants including a wide selection of succulents I’ve picked up along the way.   My biggest obstacle over the years has been keeping track of the plant’s name.  I am working on that! I have been creating the right environment to get some amazing new plants from the old ones that I simple to propagate.  For the project in this post, I want to give a plant that will be enjoyed indoors and hopefully inspire them to grow more.  Here are the 3 varieties:

  • Jade Plant because of it’s diverse form and is excellent indoors and outdoors
  • ‘Black Gem’ (x Alworthia pentagona): A hybrid of Aloe speciosa Haworthia cymbiformis.
  • Kalanchoe (Kalanchoe blossfeldiana)is a great plant to grow indoors and blooms easily. I shared more about the ones I grow in my website at: Kalanchoe.
  • Aeonium ‘Kiwi‘, Aeonium decorum ‘Kiwi‘, Aeonium haworthii ‘Variegata’, Aeonium haworthii ‘Tricolor’, Aeonium haworthii ‘Dream Color’

I hope these recommendations help you decided which succulent is best to grow indoors.

Photos From The Project

I had so much fun with this project.  The only thing I wish I would have included as a small removable plastic container but we were using what we had on hand.

All smiles because I love giving my succulent babies space to grow.  In the photo below I am enjoying the afternoon being crafty with succulents.

Bren Haas Making Containers

I had so much fun putting these together and I just know they will be the hit of the party.  The photo below features kiwi succulent and a Hen & Chicks in the background (which I do not recommend for inside growing).

Baby Shower Succulent Container Gifts

Look how cute they turned out for the Baby Shower ( photo below).  I love the little sign encouraging the guest to watch them grow.  These turned out just perfect.

Baby Shower Gift Succulent

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Let’s Connect

Have you ever gifted some of your favorite things to grow?  I would love to hear from you so be sure to comment below or send a message over to my contact page featured on this site.

Happy Container Growing,

Bren Haas

Bren Haas

Bren Haas

Bren Haas is the creator of GardenChat which is the first online gardening social community using social media. Her website features gardening tips and tricks, recipes, travel ideas, product reviews, and social media how-to help from her personal and unique experiences.

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