I stopped in a local nursery to find some baby succulents. I did find a few and they were a little pricey. Not surprising since they are so popular right now. I picked out three little succulent plants that were $5 each. As I was walking away, I spied this little succulent garden, that had three different types of succulents in it already for only $6.
My glass jar measured 7 inches in height. I wanted to lay the jar on its side. To keep it from rolling off a shelf, I cut two 4-1/2 inch long dowel rods using a small hand saw. To clean up the cut edges, I rubbed the cut ends on a piece of sand paper for a minute. The dowel rods were then glued to the jar about 2 inches apart . I used a piece of painters tape to hold them in place while they dried.
I used some left over white pebble rock from my tin can planters that I got at the dollar store for a rock layer on the bottom of the jar
I had only had room for one type of plant in the glass jar. Guess my jar wasn’t big enough. So I found another jar that I picked up at the dollar store a few months ago and repeated the process.
I still had succulents left . . so I emptied one of my ‘faux’ succulent planters that I made by using glass candle holders from the dollar store and filled it with the remaining succulents. Now all my baby succulents had a new home.