Succulent is one popular plants that is often purchased by those who don’t want any complicated treatment for plants. Since succulent can grow anywhere and can save a lot of water in its body, therefore people love it. Not to mention that if you are creative enough, you can make your own wood succulent planter.
Choosing wood as the material for succulent planter is actually a great idea. Wood planter is surely perfect for those who has a minimalist and modern house/apartment. Moreover, you can choose of how you want to shape the wood for succulent planter.
Furthermore, there are actually a lot of wedding reception that use succulent planter for the souvenir. So as the guests comes back home, they got something special to grow that is don’t really need much treatment.
DIY Wood Succulent Planter
If you have some used thin wood, you definitely can turn them into a DIY succulent planter. Of course firstly you will need something to cut the wood like a saw. But after you cut the wood, then it is all fun to stick it to form a nice planter.
You can see that even the planter can be shaped as simple as a small cube. But if you really want to make it better, you might make a hexagonal planter like the one above.
Perfect For Souvenir
Don’t plant by yourself, we can actually always ask people to join. If you’re having a party or any occasion, you can use the wooden succulent planter as a souvenir for the guests. Not only that they will be happy, but also you can be an environmental agent to change the world a little bit.
Aren’t they cute? Interesting that the size of succulent is surprisingly can be so small, so that it is convenience to bring them anywhere.
Wooden Trunk Planter
Another great idea you surely would love is to make a planter from a wooden trunk. Especially when you are cutting the trees at the backyard, then don’t waste the trunk since they can be a planter for mini succulent.
But firstly of course you need to make a hole inside the wooden trunk. It is absolutely doesn’t matter if you have different diameter of trunk, as long as you know it fits the size of succulent.