Who would have thought that this micro-trend would have sprouted from so many nooks and crannies? From every corner of the globe we have tracked down some inspiring gardens to the down right weird, what-where-they-thinking type.
We hope you enjoy this round up of surprising places to grow succulents.
While you are here, you might be interested in bookmarking our how-to propagate your little succulent collection, read the easy to follow guide here.
22 Surprising Places to Grow Succulents
You can grow them in a teacup.
Fill latex gloves with clay, plaster or cement, lay the hand over or in something to shape it while setting. Remember to remove the contents from the palm. source: drought-smart-plants.com
They don’t mind hanging out in an old bird cage either.
Or a bird house. source: TheSucculentPerch
Egg shell planters provide lovely nutrients to kick start new succulent cuttings! source: thekitchn.com
Restyle your halloween decor this year with this not-so-scary pumpkin planter. source: simplyhappenstance.com
Liven up some boring statues. source: stonefacecreations.homestead.com
They will even thrive in found driftwood.
Impress everyone with this vertical garden which borders on true art! source: Woodward Greenhouses
Grow them as a low-maintenance border. source: www.gardenandhome.co.za
Jazz up your fridge and put to use those wine corks you’ve been collecting. source: snapguide.com
Pop them in a pinecone planter. source: theinspiredhomeandgarden.com
A living wreath to don your door. source: gardentherapy.ca
An impressive reuse of a water fountain. source: succulentsandsunshine.com
Create gorgeous wedding favours for your guests, as shown here by bridalmusings.com
Create a letter succulent display! This would be great for special occasions as centrepieces or on a mantel with something that would work year round, like LOVE or PEACE. source: www.etsy.com
Grow them in tiny, ceramic houses. source: www.buzzfeed.com
Disguise el cheapo pots by storing them inside cool paper bags, you can get similar ones here.
Why not find a vintage piece and make a real talking point in your home, like this gumball idea from thecraftedsparrow.com
Make a cool reuse from all those empties! Watch how I cut glass with fire, here.