Vintage Ladle Succulent Planter and How to Plant Succulents

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How fun to combine a love of repurposing 
with a green thumb?

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Years ago I made a bunch of repurposed ladle projects using everything from vintage enamelware ladles to small silver ladles

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As luck would have it I still had a few newer ones left when
I moved my shop.

Today I'm repurposing my repurposed project by planting the vintage ladles (that used to be candle holders) with succulents.

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Succulents are easy to propagate, all you do is to stick the babies on top of the soil and they throw out tiny roots that burrow down into the soil. 

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That's it... and bonus for me, succulents are the only thing I can grow because you can forget to water them for a long time.
  
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I also have the perfect wall between some large windows in my kitchen that is the perfect place to hang this project where they will get plenty of light.

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If you are interested in more information on propagating succulents you can read some helpful hints from Martha Stewart and me {here}.



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6 comments

  1. What a wonderful idea, Susan! Love these!

    Sandi

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  2. that ladle planter is really cute Susan.

    I struggle with succulents... especially trying to "start" new plants.

    gail

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    1. Gail it is so easy to start them you literally just lay them on the soil!

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  3. There were no details on planting the succulents. Can you share?

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    1. If you click on the words "easy to propagate" and it will take you to a page with the instructions.

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