Making a Succulent Wreath VLOG

March 04, 2017

Here's a link to everything you need for this project -

Thank you to The Succulent Source for sending me the Succulents -

Hey guys! I hope you enjoyed watching this wreath come together! Here are the care instructions: Let your wreath lay flat for a few weeks so the succulents can settle into their spots and begin to root in. After a few weeks you can try hanging it - reinforcing any loose succulents with more greening pins if needed. I soak my wreath every 7-14 days, depending on the time of year (less often in winter, more often in the summer). To water it, set it in a tub (I use my potting tray), fill up the tray with water until it reaches a little ways up the sides of the wreath. Let the wreath soak for about 30 minutes, then remove and set it somewhere to drain. I don't fertilize succulents that are planted in such close quarters very often, if you feel that your plants need it, you can give them a little every few months (best in spring). This wreath will last for at least one full year as is, with light grooming of any dried up leaves, etc. You can pop succulents out here and there to make room for others as they grow and repot the succulents you removed back in soil! Remember to always use cuttings that have been allowed to callous (meaning you let the cut end dry for a few days). Fresh cuts and moist moss don't mix! Thanks so much for watching! :) ~Laura

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Boot Tray -

14" Copper Tray -

12" Copper Tray -

10" Copper Tray -

Crescent Self-Watering Container -

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Manfrotto Monopod -

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