Holiday houseplants bring natural beauty to your home during the holidays. When the holidays end, houseplants continue to bring oxygen inside your home.
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Make cactus and other succulents part of your indoor plant line-up. They’re easy and low-maintenance plants, even for brown thumbs.
Scare up some fun with this Halloween coffin centerpiece built for a skeleton and decorated with succulents.
Using a terrarium, you can learn how to decorate with succulents and create a beautiful, breathable living space.
Strawberry jars are the cutest containers in the Garden Center, but they can be used for more than your favorite berries. The pocketed planters are perfect for herbs and succulents, too. Check out what’s new in strawberry jars in this story.
Plants bring life and beauty to a tablescape, but you might overcrowd your table when you add in candles, too. Combine the two with these stylish flowerpot candle holders.
Brush off the winter blahs and decorate your space with houseplants in mind.
Make a stacked flower centerpiece with succulents that will take you from Thanksgiving to Christmas when you switch out the decorations.
Take advantage of the fall season’s natural beauty for easy ways to decorate your Thanksgiving table. Pick up handy tips from this list.
Create beautiful pumpkin planters with colorful flowers or succulents and decorate your outdoor space or indoor tablescape.
Craft a creepy and kooky wreath for your front door with a bag of (fake) bones and cool and colorful succulents.
Combine seashells and succulents in a shadowbox for a centerpiece or wall art. Spend an afternoon creating and the rest of the season enjoying this nifty project.