Whether you have artificial hanging succulents or real ones, these tips will help with hanging ideas.
Proper drainage whenever you water your plants is one of the biggest reasons to use wire baskets.
Pallets can be painted whatever colour you like or left as bare wooden frames to give them a rustic and old-fashioned look.
These can be hung on the wall together or individually, and are available in many different styles.
Succulents inside a kissing ball. If you are playful and creative, this is one suggestion you may not have thought of.
Whether you want plastic, metal or wood, old-fashioned or modern looking, you can find the perfect wall planter.
A wreath hanging on the wall in your kitchen says ‘welcome’ to any visitor to your home.
Framing your succulents is another creative way to show them off and turn a plant into a work of art.
Gutters on Pallets
If you like to recycle discarded items, this is the way to show off your plants.
Window Frame and Terracotta Pots
Up-cycling an old window frame is an elaborate yet clever way to use old items in your home.
Create a living work of art by combing the texture and colour of your plants with the textures found in driftwood.
Why Succulents Are Ideal Hanging Plants
Any indoor space seems more inspiring and appealing with the addition of overhead greenery. However, all those plants need to be watered regularly; especially during the summer and trying to stand on a ladder to water them or prevent water dripping on the floor can all get quite messy.
Artificial hanging succulents have improved so much in quality and appearance that these days, they are just about indistinguishable from the real thing. If you want greenery without the hassle of constant watering, they are the obvious answer.
The steam and heat from the bathroom or kitchen can damage real plants but does not affect artificial succulents. No such problems if you have artificial succulents hanging up! These faux plants don’t need any care and attention once you have hung them where you want to, whether in or out of direct sunlight. Merely dusting with a damp cloth is all you need to do every so often, especially those succulents that are hanging in a steamy or humid environment.