DIY Wood Succulent Planter- Drill and Fill Demo

Watch a demo on how to drill a pretty wood branch and pot it up with succulents! You can use this no-glue method to plant succulents in other objects too.

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Supplies you’ll need:

-A piece of wood:
-Power drill:
-Large spade wood bit and a smaller bit for drainage holes:
-Sphagnum moss:
-Pokey things and small scoop:
-Cup of water
-Succulents and/or air plants

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(Potting demo starts at 04:15)

Succulent Identifications in order of appearance:
Echeveria ‘Cubic Frost’
Kalanchoe orgyalis ‘Copperspoons’
Crassula rupestris ssp. marnieriana ‘Baby’s Necklace’
Haworthia limifolia
Kalanchoe laciniata ‘Siempreviva’
Sedeveria ‘Starburst’
Dichondra argentea Silver Pony-foot
Kalanchoe marnieriana
Echeveria Topsy Turvy
Tillandsia ionantha

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