Indoor Teapot Planter. If you’ve got a cracked or unused teapot, don’t get rid of it. Use it as an indoor planter, check out this DIY post.
Moreover, can succulents grow in tea cups?
Place a few of the pebbles in the bottom of the tea cup. This is important so that there is a bit of drainage since there is no hole in the bottom of the cup. Then just fill with potting soil and add your succulent. The great thing about succulents is they are really hard to kill!
In this regard, what can you do with old teapots?
Glass or ceramic teacups and teapots could be also recycled when they aren’t used already in their normal purpose. You can upcycle them as a candles, garden planter or a clock. Reuse teacups (round shape) with plates as a garden table centerpiece decoration.
What can you grow in a teacup?
Generally, alpine plants and succulents work well for teacup gardens. These require little water and can thrive even in small containers.
Choose your teacup and cactus for planting. … Place a few stones at the bottom of your teacup (this will help with drainage.) Add potting soil. Set cactus into teacup and press around the edges of the soil so the cactus will stay in place.
Add a layer of small pebbles on the bottom of mug. Then fill the mug three-quarters full with fast-draining soil mix. Use a chopstick to make stem holes and carefully cover roots with soil. Leave space to add a final layer of pretty pebbles or small shells to cover the exposed topsoil and complete the project.