Bird Cage Succulent Planter
by Lori Fortini Follow

Planters in a bird cage screams Easter to me . . . this would make a great holiday centerpiece!  I’m putting mine on a bookcase beside a window so it gets the light it needs.

Recap

  • First I took cut a piece of heavy watercolor paper in a circle to line the bottom of the cage.  Then I cut the rim off a paper bowl and used my glue gun to cover the edges of the bowl with moss, letting it fall over into the bowl.

    11 months ago
  • To plant the succulents, put a layer of stones in the bottom of the bowl/planter.  On top of that add potting soil designed for succulents.  It is very light and drains well.  Wet soil is deadly for succulents.

    11 months ago
  • Lastly, add the plants.  Tucks some moss and stones in around to create a natural feel.

    11 months ago
  • I finish it off by sitting the bowl into the cage and adding some moss to fill in any open spaces that show the bowl.  Now you are ready to display!

    11 months ago

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