Here are the Best Succulents You can Buy from India Gardening if you want to grow attractive plants that are easy to care for!
The craze for succulents is at an all-time high thanks to their easy to grow nature, colors, sizes, and shapes. If you too want to add them to your plant’s collection, then here are the Best Succulents You can Buy from India Gardening!
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Best Succulents You can Buy from India Gardening
1. African Milk Tree
Botanical Name: Euphorbia trigona
The upright and long stems of this cactus-like succulent are covered by thrones and tiny green leaves. It stays compact and looks great on tabletops!
2. Crassula Campfire
Botanical Name: Crassula capitella ‘Campfire’
The propeller-like fleshy leaves are pale green but turn into a lovely red with age or when stressed. It also grows white and fragrant flowers during summers.
3. Blue Chalkstick
Botanical Name: Senecio mandraliscae
The finger-like long leaves have a light blue hue that makes it quite attractive. Its leaves are upward curved and work best when grown in borders or hedges in the gardens.
4. Lesser Mexican Stonecrop
Botanical Name: Sedum confusum
The trailing stems of this sedum have bright green leaves that look exceptional in hanging pots. It also grows starry yellow flowers during summer.
5. Coppertone Sedum
Botanical Name: Sedum nussbaumerianum
As the name suggests, its leaves are pale green but turn coppery-orange when exposed to sunlight. This sedum variety also produces white and fragrant flowers.
6. California Sunset
Botanical Name: Graptosedum ‘California Sunset’
It forms a rosette of pointed leaves that are gray-green initially but obtains an orange-pink hue in bright sunlight. If you want to buy succulent plants, then this is one of the best flowering succulents.
7. Echeveria Peach Pride
Botanical Name: Crassulaceae Echeveria ‘Peach Pride’
This succulent forms a wonderful rosette made of pale green leaves that turns peach when exposed to bright sun. It is drought tolerant and does best in bright light.
8. Golden Glow Sedum
Botanical Name: Sedum adolphii ‘Golden Glow’
This low-growing succulent has pointed leaves, flushed with orange to reddish tints when stressed. It makes for a great addition to hanging pots, as it trails beautifully.
9. Golden Japanese Sedum
Botanical Name: Sedum makinoi ‘Ogon’
The clusters of golden yellow leaves look stunning in both pots and gardens. It also bears tiny, starry flowers in the greenish-yellow shade during summer.
10. Fairies Washboard
Botanical Name: Haworthia limifolia
This compact variety forms a rosette of triangular leaves covered with bands of ridges. Thanks to its size, it can be a great addition to windowsills or tabletops!
11. Living Stones
Botanical Name: Lithops
The leaves of this succulent look like colorful stones! It comes in a wide array of colors ranging from muted gray, green, yellow, pink, cream, and orange.
12. Laxmi Kamal
Botanical Name: Graptopetalum macdougallii
This mat-forming succulent has a spectacular wide rosette consisting of greenish and pointed leaves with a maroon blush on the tip. Its beauty doubles up when it grows pink flowers during summers.
13. Moon Silver
Botanical Name: Pachyphytum oviferum ‘Moon Silver’
The succulent features long, pastel-hued and chubby leaves appear silvery from a distance, thanks to the coating of natural and powdery wax on the leaves. It is great for small pots.
14. Princess Pine
Botanical Name: Crassula muscosa ‘Princess Pine’
The tiny green leaves, with random purple specks, of this succulent are densely stacked over the upright stems that look like pines. It also produces yellow to green flowers.