While I’m sure all your succulents are happy in regular ol’ pots, if you display your plants indoor, you might want something a little fancier (or at least a little more decorative) to put them in, right? Frankly, I can’t imagine anything better to add to your desk than this adorable crocheted llama succulent planter. It’s so cute, it almost makes you forget about the plants it holds!
- These llama succulent planters are made for smaller succulents. That means they’ll only hold plants up to 2.5 inches in diameter and the same height, but that’s no problem. I don’t know about you, but I have a few baby succulents in my collection that would look amazing in this, so we’re in business.
- The pom-poms on the llama’s back are super cute. While the idea of a llama succulent planter (or any kind of planter) is cute enough on its own, this one has little multi-colored pom-poms around the opening where the plants sit and that makes it even more adorable (if that was even possible).
- Admittedly, you’ll need to be a bit crafty. Being able to buy a ready-made llama succulent planter would be great, that’s not the case here. What you’re actually buying from Etsy seller HELLOHappy is a pattern to crochet the holder yourself. That means you’ll have to know how to crochet and be at least at an intermediate level at it (I would guess? I don’t know anything about crocheting) to make this. There’s never been a better time to learn!
- You can get your llama succulent planter pattern HERE. HELLOHappy is selling it for $7.02 Canadian dollars and it’s an instant download, meaning as soon as you pay for it, you’ll have the pattern and can get started. If you are talented enough to make one of these, can you do one for me too?