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Turn Your Garden Into An Outdoor Aquarium With Succulent Jelly Fish Hanging Planters

If you're a lover of plants and gardens, then you know how sad it can be when winter arrives and you have to pack it in for the next 6 months. People in more southern climates are lucky — they can have a beautiful colorful garden to show off to the world all year long that can happily include succulents!

For the rest of us up north, we can definitely look forward to planting these creative jelly fish hanging baskets in a few patient months.

Jelly fish are so beautiful and intriguing. They look like delicate avant-garde lamps that light up the ocean, but you don't want to get too close.

Now you can bring the beauty of jelly fish right to your garden.

This jelly fish hanging basket made of succulents is absolutely stunning.


It really adds a pop to a garden, both because of its beautiful colors and its creative shape.

When the wind blows, the jelly fish planters take on new life.

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They'll really look like jelly fish swimming in the wind!

Now, these jelly fish planters require a bit of work.

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But it's so worth it in the end.

Here's a thorough video tutorial on how to make one similar to these.

If you're ready to breathe new life into your garden for spring and summer 2020, this is definitely it.

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What do you think? Are you ready to step up your garden game and give these a try?

If you like the idea of jelly fish planters, but want to hang them inside your home, there are a few options for you.

Etsy | HELLOhappy

Like these cute crochet air plant planters that Etsy seller HELLOhappy creatively crafted for $20.

If you're a crocheter yourself and want to take a stab (or sting) at one of these, here's a free tutorial for you.


Blogger One Dog Woof's is so cute!

There are also ceramic versions that can fit other kinds of plants like succulents.

Etsy | MelodyBeachDesigns

Etsy seller MelodyBeachDesigns is selling these detailed delicate versions for $26 each.

There are so many great gardening projects to look forward to for spring 2020 already!

Do you think you'll be giving garden jelly fish planters a try?

Let us know!