People Are Making Christmas Trees Out Of Succulent Plants
You'd struggle to find one person who doesn't like the chic yet low maintenance charm of a succulent plant.
A mainstay in millennial households, succulents have become interiors must-haves for all. But they don't exactly scream festive do they? Or do they?
Some think so, as succulent Christmas trees are now a thing - and tbh we don't ever want a normal Christmas tree again.
Ideal for a smaller living space or flat share, these decorative succulent trees see multiple mini succulents arranged in a gorgeous tree shape complete with baubles and a star at the top.
Yes, we're a little bit in love.
While there are a few manufacturers of succulent trees across the globe, there aren't many that deliver to the UK and if they do, you'll be looking to spend a fair bit of money.
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Luckily, succulent plants aren't too hard to DIY yourself and all you'll need is a few materials and a loads of succulents. You can read a ready handy guide on Better Homes and Gardens here.
And the best part about it is that after Christmas, you can unassemble your little succulents and pot them up individually.
If you don't have the time of green-fingeredness to make one yourself, luckily you can buy your Succulent trees on Etsy.
TerracottaCornerFL, a seller on the site, is making 13 inch succulent Christmas trees to order.
They say: "The Aurora Succulent Tree is adorned with nearly 25 gorgeous Echeverias. Simply spray the tree lightly with water every 10 - 14 days to keep the succulents alive for many months.
"Once the succulents outgrow the tree or the season is over just pluck, plant and enjoy the succulents for many years to come!"
You can buy the trees for £106.01 here with shipping to the UK added on after!
Love, love, love!
Featured Image Credit: TerracottaCornerFL
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