Concrete Air Plant PlanterUpdated: Mar. 20, 2019
This modern desktop planter is perfect for low-maintenance air plants—and it only takes a few quick steps to complete.
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Tools & Materials
- Flexible plastic forms
- Spray lubricant
- Quikrete Quick-Setting Cement Mix (small container)
- Mixing bucket
- Mixing tool
- Small pebbles
- Air plants
Prep the form and concrete mix
First, spray your form with lubricant so when the finished concrete piece is set, it can be removed easily. Mix your desired amount of concrete and pour it into the form.
Add relief form
Insert the relief form to shape the plant holder part of the planter (I used a clean yogurt container). You may need to weight the relief form to keep it embedded in the concrete as it sets.
Place the filled form in a cool, dry place and allow the concrete to dry for at least 24 hours.
Remove the concrete from the form carefully and remove the relief form.
Fill the planter with pebbles and add your air plant. Be sure to study up on the care instructions for your specific type of air plant, and enjoy!