Published on August 13th, 2010 | by Jules Yap


bath organizer to succulent garden

Materials: Visen bath caddies

Description: I have a tiny patio which receives very little light, but I still wanted a home for plants. The patio wall managed to get a little light, so I lined the 2 bath caddies with felt, filled ‘em with dirt and stuffed them full up succulent cutting to make a cheap-o hanging garden.

~ sara p

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7 Responses to bath organizer to succulent garden

  1. Bricolando says:

    Love it. I believe you just saved my plants :)

  2. Anonymous says:

    What a cool way to have a little herb garden! I’m off to IKEA!

  3. Amanda says:

    I just wanted to stop by and let you know that I linked to this post today from the new Home & Garden channel at Craft Gossip. :) My hope is to share many of the fabulous projects I see everyday with the vast CG audience. I hope you will not only stop by and subscribe to CG, but will tell your friends about the new category! Hope you see some traffic from it!

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  4. meemers says:

    Wow this is a great idea, hanging succulent gardens are so “in” right now and this is the most affordable one I’ve seen!

  5. djp says:

    This is so cool! I’ll keep it in mind if ever I move to a garden-less place.

  6. Christa says:

    These are wonderful. And I would of never thought of felt as a liner. Bravo! Thanks for sharing….

  7. mizdarlin says:

    I think these are wonderful..and many of us have old shower caddies around..thanks!

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