Succulents in wine glasses can be a great tabletop centerpiece. All of them are low maintenance and you can DIY them easily following these tutorials.
Growing succulents in wine glasses is easy. Gather some wine glasses, fill them with a commercial cactus or any loamy soil mix, and plant some assorted succulents. Further, decorate them with pebbles. You can use them as centerpieces and introduce them to coffee tables and office desks.
Tip: If you don’t want to deal with live plants, use artificial succulents.
1. Cute Wine Glass Terrariums
Succulents are low-maintenance plants and ‘plant and forget it‘ tag suits them nicely. Grab a wine glass and plant your favorite dwarf succulent cuttings in them, decorate with cute pebbles.
2. Succulents in Hanging Wine Glasses
If you are fond of hanging plants, then you must check out this beautiful arrangement to hang succulents in plastic wine glasses using cotton ropes.
3. Vibrant Succulent Centerpiece
These vibrant and cute wine glasses will attract many gazes. Pack the smaller glasses with succulents & soil and transfer them into bigger glass containers. Once done, decorate with layers of colorful sand.
4. Cute Succulents Peeking Out of the Opening
Even if you are not a green thumb lady, still you can plant these forgiving succulents. Transform a tilted mouth wine glass into a terrarium filled with pebbles and colorful beads, to plant mini-succulents in an alluring way.
5. Miniature Beach Using Stemless Wine-Glass
If you are crazy about creating a miniature beach centerpiece, then employ a stemless wine glass of large base to establish a mini beach filled with dwarf succulents.
6. Affectionate Quotes Glasses
Fill your wine glass with soil and succulents, and colorful sand. Write an affectionate quote, message, or word for giving a touch of emotion. This planter can be a lovely special day gift.
7. Succulent Wine Glass
If you are searching, how to surprise your friend on their special days by giving a unique, customized gift, then prepare this DIY with a memorable wooden-heart tag at its stem.
8. Hanging Burro’s Tail in a Wine Glass
Trailing succulents in wine glasses can be a great tabletop centerpiece. For this purpose, you can use artificial succulents as well.
9. Coconut Shell Terrarium
For this, you’ll need some broken wine-glasses. Attach the half coconut shells using glue on glass stems and plant the succulents.
10. Succulents in Margarita Glasses
Growing succulents in wine glasses could not be simpler than this DIY tutorial at Crafty Chica. The supplies are very minimal–Margarita glasses, cactus mix, assorted mini succulents, and small rocks.