76. Wall Design
A simple yet very effective design. This could be the statement piece for your patio wall and your guests are sure to notice it!
77. The Bigger the Better
The bigger the better in some cases, like these amazingly huge succulents placed delicately in a large ceramic pot.
78. Simple Hanging Garden
This is an idea of a minimalistic indoor garden that is simple yet darling. A great way to display your succulents without using up space!
79. Hanging Centerpiece
Who wouldn’t want this stunning piece of art hanging over their patio dining table? It’s so dreamy!
80. Splashes of Red
This garden has cool blue tones and dark green hues which makes the pops of red look extravagant!
81. Bushes of Succulents
This garden features giant bush-sized succulents that bring such a lush large feeling like you were in the jungle!
82. DIY Succulent Door
Perfect for the small patio space, this simple-to-make ladder piece is an easy way to hang up your favorite succulents outside.
83. Spread Out
Large succulents spread out amongst a gravel bed gives a simple minimalistic look that is easy on the eyes.
How cool is this vertical garden idea that uses an old Coca-Cola tray to house the succulents? I love the detail of the coca-cola bottle pouring out a string of pearls.
All the colors of the rainbow are featured in this amazing succulent garden! The colors immediately bring me joy!
86. Ladel Garden
Some people are so clever! Whoever thought up the idea of turning ladels into hanging gardens is a genius!
87. Flower Pot
A really cool and clever way to add some art to your garden. The flower pot has been buried into the garden to give a surreal effect.
88. Pretty in Pink
The pink hues contrast stunningly against the soft blues and greens in this concrete pot mobile garden. (Image nr 5)
89. Dinnertime Garden
Why not grow your garden right on your dining room table? (Image nr 2) Watch them grow as you enjoy your dinner.
90. Spilling Succulents
A tipped-over pot spilling out beautifully organized succulents onto a pathway of colorful rocks.
Get inspired by the tones of the colors and the choices of shapes, sizes, and shades of succulents in this garden.
92. Basket Garden
A basket of beauty that you can deliver to a friend or maybe just deliver to your very own patio!
93. Garden Sphere
A world sphere containing living life forms that generate beauty and soak in sun. A wonderful way to display an array of succulents.
94. Succulent Bouquet
This succulent garden makes a bold statement that is fun and happy in a vintage coffee.
95. Crystal Garden
I am in LOVE with this little succulent garden planted in incredibly stunning crystals! This is a definite must-try!
96. Bohemian Pot Garden
I am totally digging this colorful garden that not only displays a variety of succulents but a variety of fun planters!
97. Color Hues
The choice of succulents for this tabletop garden is absolutely perfect! The soft tones match wonderfully with each other.
98. Succulent Delivery
Special delivery! This truck cab is packed with beautiful succulents for display! Looks great anywhere in the house!
99. Miniature Garden
A garden so small it fits in the palm of your hand! There’s not much cuter than a handful of tiny succulents!
100. Beautiful Wood
Check out this beautiful succulent garden that is paired beautifully inside a wooden drawer. The hues look lovely against the wood.
So as you can see, succulents do an incredible job at bringing a little extra magic to a rather unmagical space. They turn birdcages into whimsical fairy homes, bring life to old boxes and trinkets, and spruce up awkward corners and plain spaces.
Once you get started with succulents I guarantee you won’t be able to stop! Their diversity makes them easy to plant almost anywhere and their hardiness makes them last for a long long time.