Keep on reading. The most important part of making a great-looking succulent tree is preparing the materials. You will need: – Around 30-40 succulent clippings of all sizes.
Hereof, how do you make mini succulents?
DIY: Nicole’s mini succulents, propagated, planted and potted
- Let your cuttings, leaves and/or offshoots air out for the ends to dry for a few days.
- Add some succulent/cacti (well draining) soil to a mini terracotta pot.
- Poke a hole in the soil with your finger.
- Pop your succulent in.
Keeping this in view, what are succulent Christmas trees?
This succulent Christmas tree, in particular, is made with nearly 25 echeverias, which are perennials. That means they’ll bloom every holiday season, just in time for the big day. Another advantage of a succulent Christmas tree is that they’re lower maintenance than a traditional fir or pine tree.