Hallelujah: These IKEA Products Can Be Used to Hold Succulents

IKEA planter and succulents
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A perfect pairing, don't you think? We recently scoured our beloved IKEA store (in person!) to suss out all the things we can use for displaying succulents. Some of these ideas are obvious, some are a little out of the box. Oh, and if you need some advice on how to pot or repot succulents, this easy DIY guide will help.

IKEA Overallt serving bowl
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Now that we know how to plant succulents in bowls, we're looking at servingware in a whole new light.

IKEA Torkis
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Is it crazy to think about using this laundry basket as a big holder for greenery on an outdoor patio or balcony? Yes — crazy good.

IKEA Citronmeliss Urn
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You know what this urn needs? A nice, tall aloe plant.

IKEA Ypperlig
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Guys, you could totally plant succulents in this. Your own mini garden, right next to your couch or out on your patio.

IKEA Skurar hanging planter
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String of Pearls draping from this hanging beauty would look stunning.

IKEA Socker
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Place a trio of potted succulents within this charming window-ready greenhouse.

IKEA Gradvis
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Why everyone doesn't own this pot yet, we don't know. It's such a score. (And comes in gray, too.)

IKEA Citronsyra
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This enamel sweetheart brings out the retro in us.

IKEA Graslok
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If farmhouse or rustic decor is your jam, this fits right in.

IKEA Fryken
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Attach these baskets to your wall to use as shelves for your greenery. Fryken genius.

IKEA Nypon Planter
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Looks like concrete, but this pot is made from recycled plastic. And at this price, might as well get a whole grouping of them.

IKEA Sommar
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Green against pink? A preppy combo that we secretly adore.

IKEA Satsumas plant holder
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Bamboo ladder + white pots = an ideal living space for a family of five (plants).

IKEA Uppvakta
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A white and natural number that speaks to the minimalist in us.

IKEA Papaja
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For those who love a little color or variety: This comes in pink, light blue, green, blue, dark blue, red, and white.

IKEA Ostlig pot
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Put a big tall cactus in this clay-like pot.

IKEA Skyn
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Wouldn't this look pretty, filled with succulents, sitting on your kitchen island or counter?

IKEA Bittergurka planter
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Make some room for this rectangular planter made of steel and bamboo.

IKEA Stenbar basket
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Hey boho babies, bet you like the basket look.

IKEA Skadis
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Plant mini succulents in this (get a few) and attach to the Skadis pegboard as an interesting living art piece.

IKEA Vidapel
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Bamboo Zen, at your plant's service.

IKEA Persillade
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Gorgeous dark gray earthenware. Love the simplicity of this. (Comes in size 9 ½, 7 ½, and 4 ¾.)

IKEA Chiafron  pot
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Got a little fancy flair to your style? This one's for you.

IKEA watering can
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While you're at it, might as well get a stylish watering can, because those succulents won't water themselves!


Laurie Gunning Grossman

Laurie Gunning Grossman

Laurie Gunning Grossman, Hunker’s editorial director, caught the California boho minimalist bug. So, she bought a cream-colored couch. And she also lives with two kids and two dogs, so we’ll see how that decision pans out.