Purdy Succulent Pumpkins

Would you believe me if I told you these were easier to make than a batch of cookies? #truth

These pumpkins will last a couple of months (because you’re not cutting into them) and the succulents actually grow into the moss and feed off of the pumpkin. Best part, once the pumpkin starts to deteriorate, simply cut the top off and replant the succulents! These make a fun fall centerpiece or a perfect gift for a neighbor or friend!

How to make your own Pumpkin Succulents:

1. Try to choose pumpkins that are flat on top to give you more area for the succulents.

You can get succulents at most hardware stores like Home Depot and Lowes. You can also order live succulents online HERE. The prices can be even better this way depending on how many you are ordering.

2. Prep the succulents by removing the dirt and trimming the roots. (Look for the larger root & keep that one!)

3. Spray the top on the pumpkin with adhesive spray. (Need Link) and simply press on the moss. We liked the look of some moss "growing" down the side of the pumpkin and did a bit of that around each pump. Link for moss HERE.