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Succulents come in all shapes and sizes and bring a unique flair to your home! Our unusual succulents collection features a variety of variegated, oddly-shaped, and downright wild plants right to your doorstep. Like any succulent, these lesser-known ones are just as hardy and drought-tolerant. Hailing from all corners of the earth, including Madagascar, South Africa, Mexico, and your local plant nursery, these succulents are sure to become a talking piece in your home! 

Among these unusual succulents comes the Moonstones Pachyphytum, known primarily for its thick farina layer and fat, pastel pink leaves. You’ll also find succulents like the Lithops Living Stones, the Purple Heart, and Argyroderma Pearsonii. This collection also includes nursery-hybrid succulents that you won’t find anywhere in nature, including Graptoverias, Pachyverias, the Varigated Ghost Plant, and Graptopetalum.

If you’re looking for a succulent that looks like a traditional houseplant, look no further than this collection for our Elephant Bush, Pink Lady, and other thin, leafy succulents, too– they’re sure to brighten up your home as hardy beginner plants in disguise.

All of these succulents come shipped bare-root and ready to plant as soon as they arrive. 

In terms of care, it’s always best to research your specific plant’s care needs as soon as possible. As a general tip to help these fun little guys thrive, all succulents will need:

  • Porous, well-draining soil. We recommend using a cactus potting mix or making your own potting mix using peat, perlite, and compost to provide plenty of aeration.
  • Bright, indirect sunlight.  Most succulents burn under direct sunlight, especially during the afternoon when the sun’s rays are harshest. Outdoors, make sure your succulent has a shaded reprieve during the afternoon. Indoors, try keeping them near an east or south-facing window.
  • Regular but sparing amounts of water. When you water your succulents, avoid getting any water droplets on the leaves, and let any excess water drain completely before putting the succulent away. Only water your succulent when the top two inches of soil are dry to the touch unless stated otherwise.
  • Little to no fertilizer.  Succulents do best in nutrient-poor soil, but some prefer a little boost now and again during their growing season.

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Moonstones Pachyphytum 327 reviews from $8.25
Baby Toes Fenestraria 93 reviews from $7.25
Lithops Living Stones 85 reviews from $8.85
Graptoveria Fred Ives 63 reviews from $7.85
Variegated Ghost Plant 54 reviews from $7.25
Purple Heart Tradescantia Pallida 37 reviews from $8.25
Graptoveria Bashful 26 reviews from $6.25
Ice Plant Corpuscularia Lehmannii 55 reviews from $7.25
Graptoveria Debbie Succulent 30 reviews from $6.25
Adenium Obesum Desert Rose 53 reviews from $12.25
Pink Ice Plant Succulent 32 reviews from $7.25
Rosularia Platyphylla 15 reviews from $6.25
Elephant Bush 32 reviews from $6.25
Dancing Bones Hatiora Salicornioides 27 reviews from $7.25
Split Rock Pleiospilos Nelii 29 reviews from $7.25
Concrete Leaf Titanopsis Calcarea 17 reviews from $7.25
Lavender Pebbles Graptopetalum 12 reviews from $7.25
Graptopetalum Superbum 16 reviews from $6.25