Upcycled Container Gardens, Planters and Vases: Old or reproduction food tins make terrific pots for annual flowers or houseplants. Group them by a theme, such as candy, coffee or veggies, or mix them up for a quaint and colorful collection.
Hubby wants his own small garden, like this "Texas Beer Garden".
Save those tins and teacups for this DIY: How to Plant Succulents for the Kitchen from Young Austinian. ~I have a cactus in an antique teacup in my parlour (previously in the kitchen)♡
Propagate succulents with the leaves Cuttings. Using honey as root hormone. - Propagate succulents with the leaves Cuttings. Using honey as root hormone.
recycle indoor garden containers with different types of containers. herbs and succulents in planters, tea pots, crates, mason jars, and tea cups
How to Propagate Succulents from Leaves. Propagating succulents from leaves is a simple project that requires a few steps and a couple supplies. After cutting off a healthy leaf, the leaf will naturally sprout new roots, and a new plant.
Windowsill Gardening on the Cheap: Vintage-Style Tin Herb Gardens
Windowsill Gardening on the Cheap: Vintage-Style Tin Herb Gardens - I stumbled on the idea of using tea tins for a mi.
Cinco de Mayo-Fill old Mexican food cans with succulents and cacti to create a charming centerpiece/party favor
Holiday Center piece Idea - Stretch a rubber band around a cylindrical vase, then stick in candy canes until you can't see the vase. Tie a silky red ribbon to hide the rubber band. Fill with red and white roses or carnations. Pretty centerpiece or gift!