SPY Guide: 6 Cute & Charming Mini Planters for Your Succulents

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* Succulents and cacti make for great indoor plants as they require little water
* Small planters are the perfect way to get your green thumb started
* Swap the generic planters for something with more personality

Indoor plants are a terrific way to decorate a room or office, provide clean oxygen and brighten your space. Plants such as succulents, cacti or any plants considered part of the drought-resistant plant population are perfect as they require very little watering. Check out our top finds for the best ways to display your plants, and discover an easy way to get fresh succulents delivered straight to your door — no garden nursery visit necessary.

1. Book Design Succulent Planter Flower Pot

This charming and miniature planter and pot in a book design from MyGift is a charming piece that can be used as a gardening prop or decorative planter for any space in your home or office. It has a small hole at the bottom for water to drain.

Book Design Succulent Planter Flower Pot Image Courtesy Amazon


2. Flowerpot and Wooden Japanese-Style Tray Planter

The ceramic, Japanese-inspired flowerpot will enliven any home or office. Simply add your favorite succulents, cacti or flower buds and watch them bloom. Complete with a water draining hole at the base for appropriate draining of plants and comes with a bamboo tray to help steady the planter.

Flowerpot and Wooden Japanese-Style Tray Planter Image Courtesy Amazon


3. Triangle Shaped Modern Ceramic Succulent Planter

Purzest’s modern style ceramic planter is perfect for displaying live plants such as succulents and cacti, or even decorative candles. This mini sized planter, with its clean and sleek design, will compliment most home and office décor. The ever popular copper/rose gold color is the icing on the cake that makes this planter a sure thing.

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4. Set of Nine Brown Eggs Ceramic Succulent Planters With Tray

This set of planter pots is designed to look like brown eggs on an egg-cup tray. Add a fun and decorative touch to your home, desk or office with this unique planter set. The small terracotta flower pots and white ceramic tray are just the right size for a small potted plant such as seedlings or any small succulents. It’s great as an herb garden on your kitchen counter or windowsill, too.

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5. Ceramic Succulent Pots and Planters

Mkono’s set of six ceramic pots and planters is designed to hold small succulent plants and cacti. Handmade of high-quality clay and baked at high temperatures, each pot is unique in design and varies slightly on the surface. A drainage hole is included at the bottom. This looks great as bedroom or bathroom decor, too.

Set of 6 Ceramic Succulent Pots and Planters for Small Indoor Planting Image courtesy Amazon


6. Ceramic Owl Pattern Succulent Plant Pot

The 2.75 inch Ceramic Owl Plant Pot by T4U is perfect for holding succulents or cactus plants. With its petite size and eye-catching simple design, this planter will make a great gift for any nature or gardening enthusiast. As a bonus, a small hole in the bottom will allow water to flow through the soil so your plant stays healthy.

Ceramic Owl Pattern Succulent Plant Pot Image courtesy Amazon


Once you have chosen your perfect planter, you will need to buy some actual succulents to plant. Fat Plants offers hundreds of types of succulent plants in mini-sized plant varieties that would fit perfectly in these planters above. As plant varieties vary by season and availability, every order will contain succulents of different colors, textures and shapes. Best of all: get them online and they’ll be shipped directly to your door – no mess and no fuss.

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