Garden in a cup: succulents
Succulents in concrete pots, terrariums and jars is on trend in recent years. This drought resistant plant is low maintenance and resilient so even if you are a notorious plant killer you can’t kill a succulent! Also, the different variety of succulents are adorable to look at and a must decoration for your home. Create a succulent garden using your old/odd teacup and learn how to take care of your mini garden creation.
All materials are provided and we will have a selection of crockery for you to use, but if you have a favourite teacup you would rather use, bring that along too.
In this class you’ll learn how to plant a succulent in a no-hole container, the different way of presenting your plants, how to choose a suitable plant for your home and basic caring for your succulent. Come to our concrete planter class on November 1 and you can use the planter you make in this session.
You will plant up your garden in a cup ready to give as a gift or keep.
Your teacher Iris is a marketer by day and an avid gardener and succulent hoarder by night. She got her first succulent cutting three years ago, and there was no turning back. She’s still learning all the scientific name of the plants she owns. She loves growing, looking and talking to them. If she were a plant, she would be a finger jade in a tin can.
The image is kindly lent for use by the teacher, Iris,