The plants they provide with the kit look great together so there’s no guesswork involved. Just put all the pieces together and you’ll have a masterpiece!
A very affordable masterpiece I might add…
Keep scrolling down to get the instructions in text and photos. Or, watch the video below to see how I put together the triangle version of this planter:
Start by filling up the planter most of the way with moss. You’ll want to save some moss to put on the top. Also make sure to leave some room to put the succulents inside.
Remove excess soil from the roots of the succulents. If the roots are tightly bound you’ll want to loosen them up. This will enable the roots to spread more easily. Find out more about why that’s essential here.
After you have all your succulents in place, make sure you like the way they are arranged and how close they are to each other. You can also add a little soil back in if there’s a lot of empty space between plants.
After you have the succulents situated, finish off the arrangement by adding moss in between the succulents. Be sure to cover up any visible roots or soil.
The arrangement should lay flat for at least 4-6 weeks until the roots have had time to grow into the moss.
After a few weeks you can stand the arrangement up, hang it on a wall, or keep it flat. It’s up to you!
Caring for the Arrangement
You can care for this gorgeous new arrangement the same as other succulents you own. If you don’t own succulents yet, or these are your first, sign up for our free Succulents for Beginners course to learn the basics of succulent care.
The course will help you make succulent growing easy, fun and stress-free… the way it should be!