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Succulent Wreath

This beautiful succulent wreath will last year-round.

Source: The Martha Stewart Show, May 2007


Wire wreaths, sphagnum moss, and pre-stuffed wreaths can be purchased at Special thanks to the Original Living Wreath for providing a square wreath and some cuttings for the segment. Learn more about the Original Living Wreath at:
32149 Aquaduct Road
Bonsall, CA 92003
Phone: 800-833-3981
Fax: 760-731-3054

Also, special thanks to Simply Succulents for providing round wreaths that are hardy outdoors to Zone 3, which is 30 to 40 degrees below zero. Find out more about Simply Succulents at:
43785 US Highway 63
Cable, WI 54821
Phone: 715-798-3191


  • Succulents (Martha used Aeonium, Crassula, Echeveria, Gasteria, Haworthia, Kalanchoe, Sedum, and Sempervivum),

  • Scissors

  • Moistened soil

  • Copper wire

  • Pencil or screwdriver

  • Floral pins

  • Fertilizer


  1. Cut off piece of succulent 2 to 3 inches long.

  2. Leave cuttings out for a few days in order for them to dry and create calluses on the bottoms. New roots will grow from the stem.

  3. Place a 12-inch wire wreath frame on sphagnum moss.

  4. Place succulent roots into holes. Press moss around roots and secure with floral pins, if necessary. Don't bunch them too tightly as they need room to grow. The succulents will take approximately 6 months to fully grow, depending on their environment. Don't hang upright until roots have fully grown.

  5. To water, submerge in water for 10 minutes. Allow to dry completely between watering. Fertilize about once every 6 weeks.

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