My love for greenery and especially succulents is no secret. Neither is my brown thumb. It happens though, that I am managing to be successful in the succulent department and they just keep on growing. Which is awesome and so since I have never really had a designated spot to pot my plants, I felt like setting up a green potting station. So far, when ever I wanted to re-plant some of my succulents it’s just been messy with dirt all over the place. Plus, we all enjoy herbs so much and to keep those and the succulents unreachable for our bunnies, a potting station felt only right.
Green Potting Station
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What you need:
[I bought this potting station, except mine has only one shelf on the bottom. But other than that it is the same one I got. It is perfect, the right size and just what I wanted]
Montana Spray Paint MTN 94 Green Breeze [this one looks similar]
Crates & Baskets
Succulents & Herbs
What to do:
Assemble your potting station, if it has a finish on it, lightly sand the surface. Mine did not need sanding.
Start spray painting the wood following the safety and application instructions on the can.
Repeat with 2-3 coats for a consistent color. I used two cans of paint to get this color.
Let dry. Then start setting up your pots, plants and supplies.
I bought our favourite herbs, Rosemary, Lavender, Thyme and Mint. I’m still going to get Basil as well.
I found this cute wicker shelf at a flea market and spray painted it as well using this chalked spray paint from Rust-Oleum. It’s perfect above the potting station and my little succulents just look so cute on it, right?
The decoupaged herb sign I made last week fits right in there too!
Well, that is my green potting station and I’m super happy with it! Everything is in one place and don’t you just love that green color??
Wishing you a lovely day!!