In true DIY fashion, we picked up some shiny objects from a thrift store over on Haight Street, and then turned them into some funky succulent containers.
Shiny Hanging Succulent Container #1 is your basic cooling rack. You know, a mesh wire metal thingy that you put a hot pan on. I took two of them, and made a sphagnum moss sandwich.
Below, you can get a better idea of the set up. I put some damp sphagnum in between the two wire cooling racks. Next, I tied the top to the bottom using some hemp cord to help keep the moss from falling out of the sides. Tiny cuttings were taken from all over the garden. We poked holes in the moss, and inserted the succulent cuttings.
From thrift store throw away, to shiny hanging succulents. We are letting this guy lay on its side for a couple weeks until the roots take. Then we can hang it vertically on the fence. This recycled object is a little reminiscent of my first tiny succulent cutting container.
Onward to Shiny Succulent Object #2. Man that Aeonium looks sweet with all that Sedum!
Okay, I have no clue what this this shiny thing with handle was supposed to be. No worries though, it is destined to be turned into some succulent magic.
Same deal here. I filled it with some damp sphagnum moss, and gathered a bunch of Sedum cuttings, and some Aeonium cuttings. They get tucked in, and left to grow.
This cool succulent thing is ready to hang.
I think we need to do some more of these quick and fun diy projects. There is always more room for one more unusual succulent container.
— Far Out Flora