12 Top Types Of Succulents For Growing Indoors

Top Types Of Succulents For Growing Indoors

These easy-care plants add bold forms and color to your home garden, and they are easy to care for.

  1. Echeveria perform splendidly in containers and grow well in garden beds in mild-summer areas.
  2. Sedum. These primarily low-growing succulents are excellent to trail over the edges of containers.
  3. Aeonium. With their bold forms and upright growth habit, they’re a natural choice for accent plants in garden beds and containers.
  4. Agave. Their architectural shapes are particularly stunning silhouetted against walls and hedges.
  5. Dudleya. The fleshy rosettes are covered by a chalky powder giving them the appearance of being freshly dusted with powdered sugar.
  6. Aloe. These showy succulents make great accents to Spanish-style and desert gardens.
  7. Cotyledon. These South African natives are characterized by forming opposing pairs of fleshy leaves.
  8. Crassula. All thrive with little water and well-draining soil.
  9. Sempervivum. The tightly packed rosettes of Sempervivum spread by forming tiny off-shoots from parent rosettes.
  10. Graptopetalum. If plants get too leggy, snap off long-stemmed rosettes and allow to root in dry soil for more plants.
  11. Kalanchoe. All grow well in full sun or light shade with little care.
  12. Senecio. Add to garden beds for calming swaths of blue or grow in containers in full sun.
Top Types Of Succulents For Growing Indoors
Top Types Of Succulents For Growing Indoors
Top Types Of Succulents For Growing Indoors
Top Types Of Succulents For Growing Indoors
Top Types Of Succulents For Growing Indoors
Top Types Of Succulents For Growing Indoors
Top Types Of Succulents For Growing Indoors
Top Types Of Succulents For Growing Indoors
Top Types Of Succulents For Growing Indoors
Top Types Of Succulents For Growing Indoors
Top Types Of Succulents For Growing Indoors
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