TheSucculentDish

Succulent Wall Planters, Hanging Succulent Planters

Morro Bay, California

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Buyers bought gifts from this shop and gave them 5-star reviews!

Announcement    Welcome to TheSucculentDish on Etsy where you’ll find our wide selection of handmade
succulent wooden planters, succulent bamboo planters and succulent marble planters for the wall, table top and hanging. Ideal for air plants and any of your favorite plants as well! Everything in
our shop is meticulously handmade from repurposed wood for a natural, organic aesthetic.

Thank you for shopping at TheSucculentDish. Have a succulent day!

Announcement

Last updated on May 18, 2020

Welcome to TheSucculentDish on Etsy where you’ll find our wide selection of handmade
succulent wooden planters, succulent bamboo planters and succulent marble planters for the wall, table top and hanging. Ideal for air plants and any of your favorite plants as well! Everything in
our shop is meticulously handmade from repurposed wood for a natural, organic aesthetic.

Thank you for shopping at TheSucculentDish. Have a succulent day!

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Denise and Joey

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Denise and Joey

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5 out of 5 stars
(80)
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About TheSucculentDish

Sales 412
On Etsy since 2014

Just a couple who used to live under the redwoods who love succulents and making planters out of reclaimed wood

I have always loved and collected succulents. Once I started putting them together to create dish gardens I couldn't stop. Family and friends started getting dish gardens for gifts and I never even really paid any attention to how much it would cost. As long as I was able to put something together that I thought looked good together I was happy.

We bought our home in Felton CA back in 2006 and once we were home owners the projects began. The more projects we had to do the more tools we had to purchase. From building decks to removing falling fences, with all these projects around the property, we always had a big pile of wood that was either scraps or part of something that had to come down.

We always looked at the old pile as something that we can reuse to make something new. And from that pile came planters for dish gardens. Again, family and friends started receiving as gifts and with succulent dish gardens of course!

People would always comment how they liked our planters and we should sell them. So we joined our towns makers market and sure enough sold a bunch of succulent dishes! We have finally decided to share our creations on Etsy and our Etsy shop was born.

Shop members

  • Denise

    Creator, Succulent Arrangements, Photographer

  • Joey

    Creator, Designer, Woodworker

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