Finished Wreaths and Topiaries


11" Round $110.00
15" Round $150.00
11" Heart $110.00
13" Tree $145.00






Rabbit Ridge is now offering one of our favorite creations to date: living succulent wreaths and topiaries! These masterpieces are hand-crafted assortments of succulents arranged in sphagnum peat moss forms which can be cared for and displayed for several years to come. You can choose between a variety of shapes, sizes, and styles made with either Hardy Succulents (safe to leave outside in temperatures as low as -15° F) or Soft Succulents (brought inside for a lovely winter wall hanging or centerpiece). All of our wreath forms include an attached metal chain for hanging as well as metal feet for use on flat surfaces, so they can be hung on a wall or used as a centerpiece for holiday dinners. Click through the photos above to see some of our favorites!

CALL FOR AVAILABILITY. Each of these completed wreaths is a labor of love, and quantities are extremely limited. We offer several different sizes (listed above) and styles (listed here), but may not have the exact combination you're looking for on hand. 


How Do I Care For My Succulent Wreath?

Light: Most succulents need a lot of sunlight, so plan on growing them outdoors in partial sun or indoors in a room with direct afternoon sun. If your colors begin to fade and the succulents start to look ‘leggy’ and stretch out in search of sunlight, you can place your wreath somewhere with more direct sun for a few days before moving it back to your preferred location. We hang ours on an East facing wall so they get morning sun, but the wall shades it from the hot afternoon heat of our NC summers.

Water: A maintenance routine of soaking your wreath in a large dish or saucer for 10-20 minutes, and then allowing the sphagnum peat moss to fully dry before soaking again will let your succulents develop deep and healthy roots. If displayed outside, the wreath or topiary can be misted or watered between soaking during the hotter months. It is important to pay attention to the moss as it will dry out much faster during the summer months than it will in the winter.

Pruning: As with all living things, your succulents will continue to grow and change over time, and you may eventually need to give them a ‘haircut’ to keep them looking their best. That is easily done with a pair of sharp, clean scissors, or just pinching of new growth by hand. Keeping the center of the wreath trimmed will give the entire arrangement a tidier appearance, while the outside can be left to grow longer and more wild.

So now what do I do with all these cuttings? You’ve just pruned your succulents and now you’ve got all of the removed tops – DO NOT throw them away! The succulents we offer for wreaths and topiaries are easy to propagate, and with the smallest amount of effort can go on to become brand new plants to be planted outside, kept in containers, shared with friends and neighbors, or used to create another living wreath! Start with a shallow dish (you can use an egg carton lid, a plant saucer, that old Tupperware container you lost the lid for…) and add 1-2 inches of potting soil. You can use a seed starting mix, MiracleGro or coconut coir with added perlite, anything gritty and well-draining. Lay your cuttings on top of the soil and water just enough to keep the soil moist (but not wet!) and new roots should form in 1-2 weeks. When you see lots of little white roots, you’ve propagated your first succulents. Congratulations!