HOW TO MAKE: using a glue gun, glue peat moss down onto the top of a pumpkin. Then, add glue to the outside of the clipping’s stem (not the exposed part of the cut stem) and attach into the peat moss. Water each week or as needed. Best part: after Thanksgiving, stick the succulents into the soil and they’ll root, turning into a gift you can enjoy year round!
Wanted to share this adorable gift we received from a friend for Halloween/Thanksgiving. A fan of succulents, she is always cultivating, clipping, and sharing the succulents she grows in her garden. As a gift for us for the Halloween/Thanksgiving season, she made a lovely table decoration out of a miniature pumpkin, peat moss, and succulent clippings. This is definitely one to remember as it’s a great (and easy) gift to make for friends and family this fall. Best of all, the succulents – after the holidays – can be transplanted into the garden and enjoyed for many years to come!
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