Succulents & driftwood are a match made in heaven, just like peanut butter & bananas. This shows you 3 ways, other than planting, to attach succulents to driftwood to actually get them to grow & last for more than just a few weeks.
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The majority of succulents growing in nature are not found growing on the beach, but for whatever reason, this pairing works really well.
Some succulent cuttings are much longer lasting than others but they all need something to root into to keep them looking fresh for the long haul. Succulents will hot glue directly onto the driftwood but if you use something coarser to attach to, like moss or sheet coir, they’ll adhere much better & be easier to water.
You may not have a beach nearby you but no frets because driftwood is available online. Or, any kind of interesting wood will do. I often use palm debris (I’m not sure what else to call it!) for creating art with succulents and air plants. It’s free, tough and interesting. Be sure to keep your eyes open when you out for a walk – you’ll be surprised at what Mother Nature presents you with.
Buy succulent cuttings here: http://www.joyusgarden.com/products/succulent-cuttings/
All the materials I use are here: http://www.joyusgarden.com/succulents-driftwood/