We’ve already told you of creating a small gardens right in bird baths, and here’s one more curious idea from succulentsandsunshine.com. First drill a hole in the bottom of the bird bath for drainage. Use a diamond tip drill bit. Start at an angle and straighten out the drill bit as you get deeper. This was by far the hardest part of planting this bird bath. Do only one hole because the bird bath is so shallow and will dry out relatively fast. One hole will prevent water from pooling for very long. After the drainage hole is in and covered with a rock, add the soil. Mounding the soil allows you to create a nice hill of succulents. Head over to succulentsandsunshine.com to keep reading and to watch the video.