10 Fresh Ways to Add Succulents to Your Home

Clean, modern, unique—and only look like you spent a ton of time on them. Even the brownest of thumbs can’t kill these succulents, which actually do better when you don’t water them. What’s not to love?

Clean, modern, unique—and only look like you spent a ton of time on them. Even the brownest of thumbs can't kill these succulents, which actually do better when you don't water them. What's not to love?

1. Start Small

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Succulents are the perfect plants for beginners. Start with a small combo and build from there—but don’t worry about packing them in. Succulents are slow growers and don’t mind being crowded. A small container like this 8-inch ceramic pot can hold six plants, no problem.

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2. Living Table Runner

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A succulent table runner is simple to create and lasts the entire season. Just narrow your plant picks to a handful of favorites in contrasting colors and forms, then queue them up in a metal tray. Repeat varieties down the line to fashion a pleasing pattern.

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