Valentine’s Day is coming and if you’re looking for a beautiful gift for your beloved, look no further, we’ve compiled a list of 10 colorful succulents to help you choose:
1. Variegated String of Hearts
The name says it all, it’s a well-loved trailing plant and one of the most tolerant houseplants. It can be indoor or outdoor, propagate easily and grow relatively fast. A plant to remind someone of the special place they held in your heart.
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2. Aeonium Mardi Gras
Like flower but not as high maintenance, Aeonium Mardi Gras loves the sun and has low watering need. With its vibrant color and a carnival-like name, this beautiful rosette shape succulent is absolutely cause for celebration.
3. Moonstones Pachyphytum
Chubby and pink, Moonstones Pachyphytum is one of the cutest succulents out there. It's very popular and highly sought after due to its cute color and appearance. In winter to early spring, it produces dark pink bell-shaped flowers.
4. Crassula Calico Kitten
Crassula Calico Kitten is an adorable succulent that grows long trailing branches of colorful heart-shaped leaves. The leaves have a lovely combination of rose, pink, cream and green shades. It is perfect for hanging baskets or to spill over rock walls or path edges.
5. Rainbow Hedgehog Cactus
For that special someone who loves cactus, Echinocereus is a species of hedgehog cactus up to 14 inches (35 cm) tall. It commonly remains single but old plants, sometime branch and form a a loosely clumped cluster.
6. Anacampseros Telephiastrum
Anacampseros grow compact as rosettes, but with time they start go grow longer and longer and offsetting to create a dense mat or trail over the edge of pots. Flowers are pink and up to 1.4 inches (3.5 cm) in diameter and appear in afternoon in summer.
7. Echeveria Agavoides Lipstick
Echeveria Agavoides has red tips with lots of sunlight exposure. In Spring or late Summer, it grows pink to red bell-shaped flowers with yellow tips.
8. Echeveria Harmsii Ruby Slipper
Echeveria Harmsii is a branched succulent with evergreen subshrub up to 12 inches (30 cm) tall and up to 12 inches (30 cm) wide, with rosettes of narrow, light green hairy leaves with a red edge. Bright orange, bell-shaped flowers with golden throats are produced in racemes.
9. Dragon’s Blood Sedum
Dragon Blood Sedum is an amazing sedum with hot pink flowers that bloom in early to late summer. Its leaves are green in warmer weather, but turn a gorgeous wine red in cool temperature.
10. Kalanchoe Flapjack
Kalanchoe Thyrsiflora, also called Paddle Plant, is an interesting succulent with broad flat paddle-shaped leaves that stack on of each other like pancakes. In winter or under full sun, the tips of the leaves turn deep red, which gives the plant another fun nickname "Red Pancake".
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