Trends Topping Our List: Succulent Pot & Plant Pairings
Jump on the 2018 succulent trend train with this amazing selection of succulent and pot pairings—ideal for those of us who haven't found their green thumb just yet. Each pair matches an easy-to-care-for succulent and stylish pot, meaning we've done all the heavy lifting for you.
A Modern Take on Minimalism
Nothing says modern minimalism like clean lines and crisp colors. Choose a whimsical white pot and an aloe vera plant to add a soothing element to your space.The bright white of the pot will contrast with the soft green of the succulent for a truly stunning accent you can style several ways. No need to worry about this plant day in and day out, just add water and sunlight to make this succulent flourish in your home. Bonus: You can utilize your petite aloe vera plant as a home remedy for many things—just tear off a leaf and use the juices inside to help treat small burns and protect your skin.
Elevado Planter: $29
Aloe Vera Plant: $9.38
Just Hanging Out
Deciding where to place your plant can be both endearing and difficult. For a new vantage point, try hanging succulents from the ceiling so that the green stems can glide outside the pot and be seen thriving throughout the room. Finished with an eye-catching metallic sheen, this art-deco inspired planter is sure to be a hit with all your friends and family. To keep your succulent happy, simply maintain moist soil in the planter.
String of Pearls Plant: $9.99
Gaga for Geo
Geo terrariums are often utilized as decor on side tables or bookcases, but in this case they can double as a stylish succulent habitat. The terrarium offers a space that can house multiple plants to provide a variety of textures and colors to accent your space. To capture the diverse beauty of the succulents, position the terrarium at multiple levels—eye level, above, or below—and each angle will reveal a new sense of complexity seen in each succulent plant.
Geo Terrariums: $19.99 - $39.99
Sunset Hens & Chicks Plants: $17.98
Marvelous Mini Succulents
Another way to introduce succulents into your home is through small basket planters. These miniature growers are adorably small and good for beginners just starting their succulent collection. To begin, line up a set of three of these basket planters on the windowsill for a nice touch of greenery and ambience in the room. Choose to plant several echeveria succulents in each small planter—echeveria are small enough to fit into the tiny planters and are sun-obsessed, so they'll love calling the windowsill home.
Nevow Planter Basket: $19.50
Painted Echeveria Plants: $21.98
Not into basic pots? Try one that holds a bit more spunk. Whether you choose the fierce lion, llama, or vibrant chicken, the wild designs of these pots do not disappoint. Don't worry, succulents are hardy plants and can sustain in unusual planters. Position your adorable pots to be the center of attention in your home with a zebra succulent plant. True to its name, this dark green plant with white stripes will surely remain the interest of guests and complement your bright pots.
Zebra Succulent Plant: $3.95