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Until recently, I didn’t know what a succulent was. There, I said it. I love plants (something that I inherited from my father) and I know a few varieties of them. However, I had no idea what a succulent was. Then my daughter brings one home. She has now become obsessed with them. Come to find out, they are very, um, how should I put this, “in style” plants to have. I didn’t know that there was such a thing as an “in style” plant, but, whatever. I have learned that succulents take less water and are more tolerable of droughts and low-water conditions than many other plants. I love all varieties of plants, and whether they are “in style” or not doesn’t really make a difference to me. I just enjoy their beauty, especially in a terrarium. That brings me to JuicyKits.com. They are a new company that is creating some of the most fun and unique ways to enjoy drought tolerant plants such as succulents and cacti.

DIY Terrarium Kit For Succulents, Cacti & Other Air Plants

Through the unique and very fun terrarium kits that JuicyKits.com has to offer, families can enjoy not only the beauty of these plants, but a very tasteful and elegant decoration that is just as fun to create as it is to enjoy. And they have a variety of plants to choose from. Succulents, cacti, bonsai crests and air plants are just a few of the varieties that are available.

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JuicyKits.com is making terrariums fun again. Let me give you an example. One of their brand new terrarium kits is a living picture frame that includes sand and seashells in the kit as well as the succulents to create a beach scene to hang right on the wall. Your family will get to have the fun and quality time that it takes to create the actual picture in the frame, then they get to enjoy the beautiful succulents in the living beach scene that they have created as well.

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But, if beach scenes or picture frames are not your style, then don’t worry. JuicyKits.com has more to choose from. How about a birdcage, with living plants inside the cage? Or a modern glass terrarium? How about one that looks like an egg? These are all options from juicyKits.com. If you love the beauty of terrariums and the uniqueness of one that looks really different and is an interesting conversation piece, then you should check out JuicyKits.com. It doesn’t take a real green thumb to enjoy these beautiful terrariums, just some imagination. And I know that you all have an imagination. I think you will truly enjoy JuicyKits.com. Just give them a look!

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Comments

  1. Those are beautiful. Succulents are pretty and they are easy to grow and maintain. I love your ideas.

  2. Fi Ní Neachtáin says:

    Succulents and cacti are so popular within the blogging world for photo styling right now aren’t they? I really love the DIY terrarium, a great thing to make with little ones too.

  3. That’s really cool! I’m a big fan of succulents. They look fantastic, and they’re almost indestructible.

  4. This is such a cute idea and I love the way it looks! These would serioulsy look great in my home and I’m going to have to look into the kits!

  5. Succulents are not only pretty but very low maintenance and easy to take care of. I have learned that the trick to keep them alive is to not over water them and keep them out of direct light.

  6. How gorgeous! I would love to make a terrarium sometime, especially with succulents. Succulents are simply beautiful, yet low maintenance. They’re about the only plants that I can’t kill (don’t have the greenest thumb), lol.

  7. I love Succulents but sadly they are not as ‘indestructible’ as people think, for some they don’t survive in my apartment. And I have other plants that have survived for decades here, but Succulents just don’t for some weird reason. I have to admire them from afar until I figure out exactly why this happens.

    • Dawn McAlexander says:

      Oh no. I hate to hear that. My daughter has some that she has had for months and they are doing great. I do not touch them, though, because I am awful with plants. So maybe that is why they are still alive. ;)

  8. I love Succulents because they are hard to kill! They don’t need much attention at all – my kind of plants. I actually have a few just like the ones in your photos. So pretty!

  9. I actually just learned what a succulent was about 4 months ago. My daughter wanted some for her patio and I had no idea what they were! This kits are a great idea!

  10. I love those little terrariums! I love succulent plants since they survive the longest with me… lol. I have some around my house.

  11. Wow! Those are gorgeous! I remember my mom having a terrarium back in the 1970s… they look like so much fun…. maybe I could keep these alive…!

  12. I love terrariums. It gives my home a cozy feel and it helps purify the air too. These ideas are pretty cool!

  13. I love low maintenance plants like these Succulents! They are so pretty and inexpensive too

  14. This is right on time, my son came home with one of these plants from summer camp. I’m no good with plants but my son does so well with them.

  15. These are all really cool. I am 35 and have never owned a plant, I’m pretty sure I would kill it. Succulents sound like a good starting point as it is a low maintenance plant.

  16. I was never really a big fan of them until pretty recently. I think because I always felt like they were so old fashioned looking because my grandma always had them. Haha! Now I like them and they’re fun to mix and mingle with other plants.

    • Dawn McAlexander says:

      Haven’t you heard – all the “old fashioned” stuff always comes back in style. ;)

      Except for MC Hammer pants. No. Just no. Lol.

  17. Wow these are absolutely stunning! I so want to try them, they great décor pieces for the living area.

  18. Those are really great. I’d love to decorate with them at my place.

  19. Paula Schuck says:

    I have always wanted to make a Terrarium. They are so nice on the coffee table. I will have to get the supplies i need to make one.

  20. These terrariums are adorable!! I feel like I need plants in my home but I’m afraid I will kill them! HA!

  21. Those are so pretty! I’ve been wanting to make me one after seeing all those DIY terrariums online. They would look great on our dining table. :)

  22. I’ve always wanted to make one of these for my sunroom. They’re so pretty! I’ll definitely have to give it a try. Thanks so much for sharing.

  23. Well those are just lovely! I adore terrariums and kits make it so easy!

  24. These are so pretty. I love the way these look.Thank you for sharing.

  25. CourtneyLynne says:

    Omg how cute are these?!?! We are thinking of selling our house and moving into a condo and this would be awesome for condo living!

  26. Love these wonderful little things, I’ve tried making these with a light globe..Not easy. End up buying flowers onlinebuying flowers online

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