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'Beetlejuice' Sandworm Tail Stakes Will Spook Up Even Your Sweetest Succulents

Succulents aren't exactly known for being a spooky plant. Unless you consider a plant that's low-maintenance and doesn't require much water spooky. (Which, frankly, I kind of do.) But there is one very creative way to have them join in the Halloween fun.

These Beetlejuice Sandworm Tails are just the ticket for adding a dose of creep-factor this season.

These stakes have successfully stolen our hearts.

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These stakes are handmade with clay, and given the Beetlejuice treatment with black and white acrylic paint. They're finished off with a galvanized nail to secure them in any pot.

Each stake ranges in length from about two to six inches, and they come in sets of three.

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These stakes are no mistake, and you can say that three times!

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Although they come in set sizes, you can also custom order them to suit your specific Beetlejuice needs.

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Don't be afraid to mix it up.

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These stakes are super easy to put in various kinds of succulent holders and allow garden decor to really capture the Halloween spirit.

So, the only real challenge is to see how many creepy and cute decoration combos to put together.

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If you've got it, haunt it!

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The delightful creepiness of these stakes is undeniable, and we wouldn't be the least bit surprised if you kept them around long after Halloween is over.

Sandworm stakes start at $20 and up.

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