We use succulents in many of our projects and one of our favorite places for succulent design is Pigment in North Park. Whether for a coffee table, bathroom, or accent table, succulent landscapes are artistic focal points that create interest. We love the texture, depth, complexity and layering that succulents lend to the design of a space and hope that this easy to follow DIY wreath helps inspire you this holiday season.
You’ll need a wreath mold, which can be purchased at Pigment, a pencil, a bucket of water, wire (optional) and your favorite succulents. That’s it!
Start off by dipping your wreath in water, being careful not to make it too wet as this will drown your succulents. Remove your succulents from their cups and loosen their roots. Leave just enough roots at your succulents base to anchor it when planted.
Poke a hole in your wet moss wreath and plant your succulent. Repeat around your entire wreath for a living masterpiece. Floral wire or pins will help to secure your succulents until they are fully rooted.
Wishing you a very happy and safe holiday season. Happy planting!