51. Abundant Variety
Another example of how beautiful a garden can become just from the variety of vibrant colors that succulents have.
52. Succulent Takeover
Bring some life to something old and used. These old tin cans look amazing with a tiny succulent takeover!
53. Boho Aquarium Garden
This bohemian garden uses an old rusty fish tank to create a stylish and unique indoor garden for succulents.
54. Garden of Terracotta
Terracotta pots have always been lovely, so why not put them on display! A whole garden of individual plants in a variety of pot sizes.
55. Ladder Stand
Use an old ladder to give some height to your garden. It has a cool rustic look to it and provides more space for your new obsession.
56. Succulent Tiling
Re-tile your patio with succulents! Find as many different and unique succulents as you can and create a beautiful floor!
57. Pathway with Stones
Add a stone tile pathway so you can walk amongst your little succulent friends! I love the soft tones of this garden.
58. Western Texas Desert
Do you love the feeling of the desert? The bright greens against the soft tans of the sandy rolling hills? Recreate that feeling in your garden.
59. Layering Pots
In each pot is a unique and special succulent garden and then the pots are placed at different heights for a cool look!
60. Poolside Succulents
By placing your succulent garden by the pool you can feel like you’re swimming in an oasis in the desert.
61. Zen Garden
I always loved those zen gardens that came equipped with a tiny rake. Why not add a succulent in that zen garden to make it even more peaceful?
62. Wine Cork Garden
A garden so small it can be planted in wine corks! What a great way to use something you’d otherwise throw away.
63. Whimsically Artistic
How creative is this unique succulent garden! A teapot pouring a string of pearls into the tiny garden below. Oh so lovely.
64. Living Picture
A beautiful piece of living art. Yellow, blue, green, and red hues within a rugged picture frame.
65. Book Garden
Imagine these little book gardens hidden in various places amongst your yard. It would feel like a fairytale.
66. Succulents Everywhere!
Succulents on the ground, succulents in pots, succulents on the wall, you can never have too many succulents!
67. Hatching Succulents
Plant your garden in pots shaped like broken eggs that are hatching a bouquet of succulents! Such a cute idea!
68. Overflowing Fountain
Another fountain garden inspirational photo. This one is absolutely stunning with the long succulents draping over the sides as if it was overflowing.
69. Big and Beautiful
Just look at those shades of green! This garden is made from a bird bath and is packed to the brim with a variety of unique succulents.
70. Tipping Pots
Re-create this cool vertical garden of tipping pots. A wonderful way to make a garden when you’re short on space.
A great way to reuse an old dresser you’d otherwise get rid of. The drawers are perfect for holding your many succulents.
72. Succulent Tapestry
This garden is color-coordinated and the appearance of a carefully woven tapestry laid out on top of your garden.
73. Rocky Garden
A rocky garden with layers of succulents. This design is sure to inspire your new succulent obsession.
74. Succulent Fairy Garden
Give your garden fairies a place to rest amongst the peacefulness of succulents and a small home to take a nap!
75. Garden for the Birds
Invite the birds and the butterflies to your garden with bright colors and enticing displays.