You are here: Home Homestead Living Art Succulent Art Succulent Art by Keiren April 22, 2016, 8:14 pm 10 Comments Just a spritz of water here and there and succulents take care of themselves. These artistic sculptures utilize wireframes and other methods to keep succulents in place. Succulent Topiary, created by Pat Hammer, Director of Operations of the San Diego Botanical Garden. Image ©Inspiration Green. “Succulent People” with clay faces and a bit of metal armature at the San Diego Botanical Garden. Image © Inspiration Green. Find Succulents for Sale at AllSucculents.com “Succulent People”, created by Pat Hammer, Director of Operations of the San Diego Botanical Garden.Image © Inspiration Green. “Succulent People”, created by Pat Hammer, Director of Operations of the San Diego Botanical Garden. Image © Inspiration Green. “Succulent People”, created by Pat Hammer, Director of Operations of the San Diego Botanical Garden. Image © Inspiration Green. “Succulent People”, created by Pat Hammer, Director of Operations of the San Diego Botanical Garden. Image © Inspiration Green. Succulent Arrangement. indulgy.com Vertical Succulent Garden , D.I.Y. Panel – $79. shop.floragrubb.com DIY Panel available at Flora Grubb Gardens DIY Panel available at Flora Grubb Gardens Air plants, succulents and more…in Woolly Pockets. www.fallingwatersweb.com To purchase pockets: www.woollypocket.com Succulent Vertical Garden By SGPlants – sgplants.com Green Wall of Succulents, grasses and ajuga on a city rooftop. Rooftop building has a green roof as well. The inspiration for the green wall design was Mondrian. Rebecca Cole Design. gettinghomedesign.com Succulent Wall by Bright Green, more great images here: www.brightgreenusa.com Succulent vertical garden. plantsonwalls.blogspot.com Succulent Gardens in Castroville CA. www.faroutflora.com Succulent Vertical Garden Flickr photo by Lindsey: www.flickr.com Succelent Garden in Napa by Kevin Smith. It is important to have the right exposure — a few hours of morning sun is ideal. Succulents won’t work in every climate either. smithbuilt.wordpress.com Succulent Wreath. www.simplysucculents.com Succulent Wreath. 12″ in diameter and stuffed with high quality, long-fiber sphagnum moss and packed with succulent plants of many shapes, textures and colors. www.etsy.com Succulent covered armadillo, Chicago Botanic Garden’s greenhouses. thecasualgardener.blogspot.com British succulent horse. allthingsplants.com The large mushroom is 19″ tall, planted with a variety of hardy succulents. It is a unique piece of living garden art. Very easy to care for. Wooden base included. Winter care instructions included. www.simplysucculents.com This turtle is planted with at least 10 succulent varieties on a moss-filled topiary frame. The dimensions are 15″L (head to tail), 7″W and 8″H. www.etsy.com Succulent Frog. He’s stuffed full of succulents which, of course, are drought tolerant and easy to care for–just a short soak every couple of weeks and some bright filtered sunlight. www.etsy.com Succulent Wall Art DIY: www.luna-see.com Succulent topiaries flanking the front door. Home of Hannah Kully. Topiaries by California Cactus Center, Pasadena. www.debraleebaldwin.com How To Make Succulent Wall Art floragrubb.com www.readymade.com Small frame – www.sunset.com In a pallet: thelocalspoon.com Small framed – www.instructables.com Small frame: www.luna-see.com Wall panel & Wreath Kits: sgplants.com How To Make Succulent Wreaths www.youtube.com How To Make Wire Frames www.newenglandbirdhouse.com How To Make Pockets www.plantsonwalls.com www.woollypocket.com A combination of horticulture and sculpture, this garden is a topiary interpretation of Georges Seurat’s landscape painting: A Sunday on the Island of La Grand Jatte. The topiary figures include 54 people, eight boats, three dogs, a monkey and a cat. The largest character is 12 feet tall. Photo by londonboy19, www.flickr.com See more Previous article Recycled Glass Art Next article Coin Art Written by Keiren Keiren is an artist who lives in New York City. A lover of animals, nature, science & green building. 8 Comments Leave a Reply Beautiful! Reply This is georgeous!! Reply As sculptor I love it. Reply A living patch work quilt! Reply Would like to feature your succulent gardens in my magazine. Please do get in touch if interested. All best Mala Reply Dear Mala, Thanks for your interest. Although I took the images of the succulent garden in San Diego, Pat Hammer, Director of Operations of the San Diego Botanical Garden created the figures. You are welcome to use my images (with credit to inspirationgreen.com) but if you desire background as to the garden figures you would need to talk with the San Diego Botanical Garden. http://www.sdbgarden.org Let me know if I can be of any further assistance. Nice mag. Best, Keiren Reply Thank you for sharing such creative ideas on this site. Really inspiring! Penny Reply Linda, maravilhosas peças de pura arte. Parabéns ao artista! 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