Outdoor Wall Hangings Succulent – Make a living wall hanging for display in your garden with the help of succulent plants. Succulents are plants with fleshy segments that can tolerate drought. Succulents will grow in a shallow wooden frame, which makes them an excellent choice for outdoor wall hangings.
To make outdoor wall hangings succulent collect 60 to 70 succulent cuttings. Place the cuttings in a plastic tray. Add Set 1:02 for 2 boards on a flat surface. Use a tape measure to measure out four lengths, each 12 inches long. Draw a line at a 45 degree angle from the upper corner of the lower edge of each end of the boards. Place four boards together on a flat surface to create a square.
Add a for foot piece of wire mesh over the upper surface of the frame outdoor wall hangings succulent. Measure four two inch wood trim 12 inches in length then cut the trim with a saw. Place the pieces of trim on the sides of the wooden frame containing the wire mesh. Drill a few holes in the back of a one to one piece of plywood. Fill the interior of the frame with the cactus potting soil. Place juicy cuttings in the ground by the frame through openings in the mesh. Move the frame to a cool spot that receives full, direct sunlight. Water the frame when the soil begins to dry. Leave your frame for 4 to 12 weeks to allow the cuttings to develop roots before hanging.