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If you're in Southern California then you know we're currently in a drought. This means we have to conserve water wherever and whenever we can, including gardening with drought tolerant plants. What this doesn't mean, is that we're not able to have beautiful plant-life to decorate our outdoor areas.
We have an awesome DIY idea for you, from Better Homes & Gardens! You've probably seen lots of pretty succulent wall art around... Well, today we're sharing the perfect step-by-step tutorial so you can have your own.
Before you head over to the tutorial, here's what you'll need:
Picture frame with back and glass panel removedShadow box made of redwood or cedar 1x3s, cut to fit the back of the frameHammerNails1/2-inch hardware cloth, cut to fit the inside dimensions of the frameStaple gunStaples1/4-inch plywood backing, cut to fit the back of the shadow boxPaintClean clothAll-purpose potting soilSucculent cuttingsChopstick
Images: Better Homes & Gardens
Drought Tolerant Plant Idea: DIY Succulent Art
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