Yesterday, I decided to plant some succulents in vintage coffee cups, that I purchased at The Salvation Army for just forty cents each. There was something about the cups that I thought was cool, but I wasn’t sure what I was going to do with them. I remembered that Miss Mustard Seed had a blog post last Summer about putting house plants in some of her vintage dishes, and thought that would be a good use for these coffee cups.
Now, I’m not a “houseplant” person because it’s just one more thing to try and keep alive. Succulents, however, are next to impossible to kill – seriously, you could not water them for like, a year, and they would still be kicking. Maybe not a year, but you get the idea. You can also break a piece off of one and re-plant it somewhere else and it’ll take root and flourish. On top of all of that, succulents are adorable in my opinion, so I ran to the local florist to grab a few.
In 10 minutes, I had the perfect, decorative greenery to place around my house.
Placing succulents in vintage coffee cups and other dishes is a pretty, and easy way to add no-fuss greenery to your home!
If you have pics of your stylish greenery, please send them my way! I’m always looking for inspiration.
Peace & Love,