Looking for easy to grow plants for limited space? Do not worry! These Small Succulent Plants with their gorgeous looks fit your requirements perfectly!
Succulents are one of the easiest to care for and grow plants. What makes them unique if the fact that they come in many shapes and sizes, making them perfect for any place. So, if you’re someone who is living in an apartment of a city like Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai or Hyderabad, these Small Succulent Plants are the best choice!
Check out our article on growing Succulents in India here!
Beautiful Small Succulent Plants
1. Burro’s Tail
This succulent has trailing stems, covered with blue-green colored and delicate engorged leaves. Producing pink terminal flowers during summers, this succulent looks great in hanging baskets and pots.
Growing Tip: Choose any bright spot for growing it, as it appreciates bright and indirect sunlight.
2. Hen and Chickens
Growing only up to 6-8inches tall, the tapered ends of these gray-green leaves are flushed with pink splashes. During summers, it produces mauve-pink to purple-pink flowers at the top of the stems.
Growing Tip: Full sun with afternoon shade keeps this plant healthy and long-lasting.
So tiny yet cute, this 4-5 inches tall succulent forms a tight rosette that consists of densely packed blue-green leaves. Its beauty becomes two-fold when yellow to peach-hued, bell-shaped flower emerges during the spring season.
Growing Tip: Water infrequently but deeply and use well-draining soil to avoid root rot problems.
4. Little Missy
Oval to rounded shaped leaves of this succulent is escorted with an off-white margin. During summers, it bears a cluster of pink flowers. Gardeners usually use it as a ground cover, but you can flourish them in pots as well.
Growing Tip: Keep in full sun to partial shade but protect from the scorching, afternoon heat.
5. Living Stones
These succulents earned this name due to their pebble-like appearance. On their foliage surface, they have “windowpane,” which in turn helps in the penetration of sunlight inside.
Growing Tip: Keep them in bright light and avoid overwatering.
6. Baby Jade
Fleshy and plump leaves turn reddish from the edges under the influence of direct, bright sunlight. It also produces white hues, star-shaped blossoms during winters. You can keep it smaller like the bonsai by regular pruning.
Growing Tip: Bright and indirect sunlight of approx 6 hours keep baby jade in desirable condition.
7. Elegant Crassula
Intense green leaves of this succulent turn ruby red to purple from the tipping point when exposed to full sun. Growing up to 3-inches around, it bears cream to brown tone flowers that release the mild pleasing fragrance.
Growing Tip: During mid-spring, you can feed this succulent with organic fertilizer to encourage good growth.
The leaves of Roseum sedum are scalloped from the margins and acquires luscious green color. The green shade gradually fades to rosy-pink color with a cluster of pink-hued flowers during summers.
Growing Tip: Water them just once a week and check if it shows underwatering signs like wrinkly leaves.
9. Panda Plant
The gray to green-hued leaves of this succulent is tinted with dark brown flecks near the edges. It is an excellent plant for indoors and is primarily grown for foliage, as its tubular-shaped flowers rarely blossoms.
Growing Tip: This succulent can be fed with dilute fertilizer in four-week intervals from spring to summers.
10. California Sunset
Attaining the height of up to 6-8 inches, this is a hybrid variety known for its vibrancy. Its compact rosette consists of thick and engorged pale-green leaves with splashes of deep pink color across its leaf surface.
Growing Tip: Water the plant during morning or evening only, protect the plant from afternoon sun rays.