Make a Succulent Wreath
You can buy all of the supplies you need to construct your succulent project on Amazon or you can purchase one of our beautiful Succulent Wreath Kits.
Our kits come with a home-made Sphagnum Moss Wreath, a wreath door hanger, several varieties of succulent cuttings and a special tool to help you place your cuttings perfectly into your wreath. You will also get detailed care instruction on how to make your succulent wreath live for years.
Watering Succulent Wreaths
Water is the enemy for your new cuttings. The beauty of succulent plants is that they can survive for long periods of time without water. Some succulents are more sensitive that others.
We water our wreaths roughly one per month by soaking them in a tub of drinking water or rain water that we have collected. We also feed our wreaths every other month by adding some organic kelp to the tub. A small amount of water can be used to water any plants that you have growing in moss. A good soak, say 30 minutes to an hour makes a happy succulent wreath. When you take your wreath out of the tub, let it hang above your water tub so that you do not waste any water.