VERY Simple Indoor Gardening

April 22, 2014 by 8 Comments

Succulents and Mason Jars are two of my FAVORITE things!  Succulents – because they are some of the easiest houseplants.  And Mason Jars – because the uses are endless.  Combine the two and you get VERY Simple Indoor Gardening that is real CUTE!  These are great to give as a gift or to use in your own kitchen, to line the window sill.  And the price is ridiculous — most of us have mason jars lying around and garden centers sell succulents for around a dollar each.  The variety of succulents is a total blast!

Simple Indoor Gardening @ItsOverflowing

1.  Fill the mason jar with some loose soil.

DIY Succulent Mason Jar @ItsOverflowing 5

2.  Add the rim without adding the lid.

DIY Succulent Mason Jar @ItsOverflowing 4

3. Make a hole in the soil, place the succulent, then press the soil firmly around.

DIY Succulent Mason Jar @ItsOverflowing 6

Succulents require very little water.  If your little one will be helping you care for the plant, keep the moisture level more balanced by adding a little sand or a few pebbles to the bottom of the mason jar before adding the soil and plant.  Happy Indoor Gardening!!!

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Comments

8 Responses to “VERY Simple Indoor Gardening”
  1. Love your new picture on the sidebar….beautiful!

  2. How fun, I love this project. Cute pics too.

  3. Emily says:

    This is such a cute idea! Love it!

    Emily @ elizabethjoandesigns.com

  4. Mindy says:

    Great idea! I love outdoor gardening and do pretty well at it but the indoor – well let’s just say that I have killed more than one cactus in my lifetime. I recently discovered the ease of a succulent and actually have one that I have kept alive for a few months now. There is hope for me yet : ) I will definintely be trying your jar idea. Happy Wednesday!

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