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DIY: How to Plant a Succulent Garden Video Tutorial + a $100 Home Depot Giveaway!

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Recently, I partnered with Home Depot to co-host a Pinterest Inspired Do-It-Herself Workshop all about Succulent Container Gardens. The big event was last Thursday, we had a crowd y’all, it was so much fun. Thanks to everyone that came out, it was so great to meet you in person. Although I have always loved vegetable gardening this was my first Succulent Garden lesson. Basically, Succulents are very hardy plants that require very little upkeep and minimal watering. Yes, my kind of plant! There are many different varieties with the most popular being cacti and aloe plants. During the workshop we learned step-by-step how to plant a Succulent Garden I couldn’t wait to plant my own.

succulent workshop

Here are just a couple of pics from the Do-It-Herself Workshop.  Home Depot even gave away a gas grill and the containers we made during the workshop!  The store manager presented me with a hand painted Home Depot apron.  It was such a kind gesture, and the apron was painted beautifully.

succulents

My kids had baseball and softball games all weekend, so we didn’t make it to Home Depot to pick up our supplies until Sunday afternoon. It was raining like crazy, and I don’t mean just a little bit.  There were flood watches everywhere, first time I’ve ever picked out planters in the garden department under an umbrella.  Otherwise, I was planning on filming what I was buying but we were a wet mess.

Favorite succulents

The kids helped me pick out their favorite Succulents, after looking at every single plant several times over (no exaggeration y’all it took forever). Love these sweet little hands.  If it would have been up to them, we would have bought every single one!

Succulent Supplies

Below I have included a list of supplies you’ll need to create a Succulent Garden.  We bought a beautiful large blue planter to use as a centerpiece on the table on our screened in porch.  Then, a smaller planter for the kids bathroom.

You’ll need:

Don’t forget to check out my Pinterest board of Succulent Gardens for additional inspiration.

 

Here is a step-by-step You Tube Video I filmed to help you create your own Succulent Garden. We’ve also got (1)$100 Home Depot gift card to give away to one Time 2 $ave reader!!  Follow directions below to enter.

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Comments

  1. a vegetable garden!

  2. I love the idea of letting my little one decide on what to plant! My daughter loves gardening!!Thanks for the opportunity! :)

  3. I would love to plant aloe….that would be great to have on hand.

  4. Cilantro

  5. valerie says:

    I have no idea, but would love to!

  6. I would love to plant a terrarium with soft to the touch succulents. Hen’s & Chicks just make me think of how hardy they are and prolific. THanks for the chance at the giveaway

  7. Not sure, but the pictures you posted were awesome.

  8. I want to try some apple trees

  9. I need tomatoes and basil!

  10. Susan Christy says:

    A cactus garden would be great.

  11. Would love to plant aloe. You can never have to much!

  12. Jessica Jones says:

    How exciting!

  13. An herb garden!

  14. Jessica Cargile says:

    I would plant aloe for sure. With 5 kids and summer time upon us, we can never have too much.

  15. The flowering cactus would make a great centerpiece for my patio table. Thank you for the inspiration.

  16. I love container gardening!! great how to!!

  17. Michelle says:

    vegetable garden

  18. I would use it to buy the stuff to make a raised garden bed. Otherwise my husband will mow over anything he can get to in the yard.

  19. Cheryl Saves says:

    I have been wanting to plant a herb/spice garden

  20. Kim robbins says:

    A dish garden with various colors and textures. No cacti though.

  21. Kim robbins says:

    I love the look of succulents, although I’m not a fan of cacti. I would like to make a dish garden variety with various colors and textures.

  22. Jennifer says:

    Something my kids can NOT destroy while shooting basketball….the goal is conveniently placed close to my flower bed!

  23. cactus

  24. Harmony B says:

    I would let the kids make a terrarium

  25. Rachel B. says:

    I would love to try the large container plantings you pinned here http://pinterest.com/pin/75646468713915186/

  26. Wow! These are SO cool. I have been to several Do It herself Workshops – would love this one. I think the succulent nests are so cute. Love the different textures! Will try to make some of these for my porch.

  27. Betty Baez says:

    the 9 cm Altman Plants Hanging Basket Succulent Plant Assorted (3-Pack)

  28. Tabathia B says:

    I would plant vegetables (squash, pumpkin, carrots), herbs, strawberries and potatoes

  29. april v says:

    I would love to have a succulent that flowered a bright color with lots of polished stone around it!

  30. I love succulents I just haven’t been successful. If I won I’d enhance my cinder block succulent planters (I saw Martha Stewart did that using Home Depot items) and have four or five that have survived.

  31. i’d love to plant a succulent terrarium!

  32. Mary Happymommy says:

    I would plant vegetables.

  33. Candice says:

    I am trying for a vegetable garden this year, and would plant lettuce, tomatoes, onion, zucchini, and cabbage.

  34. I would find some nice cacti and rocks and little frogs.

  35. Tabitha P. says:

    My daughter & I would grown a veggie garden!

  36. Vunda V says:

    i would find some funky cactus’!

  37. D Schmidt says:

    I think I would grow some fruit and vegetables in my garden

  38. Kelly D says:

    I would plant Aloe and flowering Cactus plants in a square wooden box.

  39. Holly Edwards says:

    I would create a succulent garden that is colorful yet drought tolerant because I have a bad habit if forgetting to water my plants.

  40. I would do one in a glass container. The ones in glass on pinterest look so interesting and fun! I’ll take a look at your video too. Thanks for sharing!

  41. Lisa Brown says:

    I would plant a variety of succulents tolerant to my area on the side bed of my home, and put a few in the old bird bath we have in the back yard.

  42. Rae Couch says:

    I made a few succulent gardens last week but I am amazed at the selection of succulents in the photos you posted that are available at Home Depot. I am definitely going there today ! I bought the ones I used at Lowes and the selection was poor. Thanks for the Blog Post and Contest.

  43. heather says:

    cactuses!

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