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    Someone Please Buy Me This Succulent Jewelry

    Rock it and then plant it.

    Meet Susan McLeary, a 41-year-old florist and jewelry designer based in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

    To combine her love of plants and fashion, McLeary started to make succulent jewelry.

    How it works: McLeary trims succulent roots and secures them to jewelry using plant-safe floral glue.

    The succulents typically last between 1 and 3 weeks.

    Once the succulents start to sprout, you can peel them off of the jewelry and plant them.

    "It's a great alternative to a corsage because the plants can find a place in your home," McLeary said.

    How ~romantic~.