Many succulents are good hanging plants but many don’t hang nor trail. String of Pearls, String of Banana, String of Dolphins, Variegated Portulacaria Afra, and some Sedums species are good hanging succulent plants.
In this manner, how do you hang succulents?
Likewise, people ask, how do I make a succulent hanging basket?
Where should I hang my succulents?
Wire baskets are a great option because they allow your succulents to drain properly every time you water them.
- 2) Pallets.
- 3) Fabric Pockets.
- 6) Wreaths.
- 7) Frames.
- 8) Gutters on Pallets.
- 9) Window Frame with Terra Cotta Pots.
- 10) Driftwood.
Succulents require good soil drainage to perform their best, and hanging baskets with coco-fiber or sphagnum moss liners are perfect to provide that drainage. … And, as long as you plant them in a gritty potting mix, which is best for succulents, the plants will thrive.
Succulents are a good choice for vertical gardens because they’re slow-growing and don’t need a lot of water to thrive.
Using a pencil, make a hole for the succulent and insert the root into the moss. Once you have three or four in the moss, start securing them with a piece of wire. Wrap it carefully around the wreath, being careful not to pull off the leaves of the succulent plants. Continue all the way around the wreath form.