Love dark colors plants? Have a look at the Most Amazing Purple Succulents in India that you can grow in your home and garden!
Nothing is better than decorating your living space with colorful succulents. They are easy to care for, need little attention, and the first choice of forgetful and new gardeners. If you want to add a magical touch to your home decor or garden, try growing these fabulous Purple Succulents!
Here the fastest-growing succulents in India
Most Amazing Purple Succulents
1. Black Prince
Botanical Name: Echeveria affinis
Echeveria Black Prince is a perfect choice for adding a magical touch to your living room. It features remarkable spoon-shaped, fleshy leaves in dark purple color.
Botanical Name: Graptoveria ‘Bashful’
This is a sun-loving succulent ideal for indoors and outdoors. It is popular for its thick fleshy leaves which go from lush green to pink-red and finally take a remarkable purple shade with time.
3. Powder Puff
Botanical Name: Pachyveria ‘Powder Puff’
Powder Puff makes a striking addition to hanging baskets and planters with its pink-green leaves with a purple hue. To encourage better growth, avoid overwatering, and expose it to a lot of sunlight.
4. Purple Emperor
Botanical Name: Sedum ‘Purple Emperor’
Purple Emperor is a famous resilient sedum succulent flaunting spectacular deep purple leaves. It thrives well in full sunlight and very easy to grow, even for beginners!
Botanical Name: Graptoveria ‘Debbie’
Add drama to your living space with the adorable Debbie succulent. Its pink-purple leaves form a beautiful rosette in the center and look great in white planters.
Botanical Name: Aeonium arboreum ‘Zwartkop’
Zwartkop is one of the most fascinating succulent, famous worldwide for its striking dark-purple rosettes and undemanding nature. If you are growing it indoors, make sure the leaves get sufficient sunlight.
7. Purple Heart
Botanical Name: Tradescantia pallida
The lush foliage of Purple Heart looks stunning cascading down the hanging baskets. This succulent can get up to 2 feet tall and blooms petite purple flowers.
8. Raspberry Ice
Botanical Name: Sempervivum’ Raspberry Ice’
This pretty succulent features a beautiful rosette consisting of pointing purple-red leaves, covered with fine silver hairs. It grows rapidly fast and has minimal care needs.
9. Purple Giant
Botanical Name: Anacampseros’ Purple Giant’
Introduce a purple accent to your houseplant collection with this amazing succulent. It grows slowly compared to its fellow varieties and does well in full to partial sunlight.
10. After Glow
Botanical Name: Echeveria’ Afterglow’
Afterglow is an incredibly popular succulent, grown for its high ornamental value. It showcases purple foliage with powdery variegation and blooms stunning orange flowers during summer.
Botanical Name: Echeveria ‘Taurus’
Taurus makes a great ornamental addition near windows and looks quite exotic compared to fellow succulents. Its rosette consists of colorful leaves flaunting mint green, pink and purple accents.
12. Lilac Mist
Botanical Name: Sedeveria ‘Lilac Mist’
Lilac Mist is a cool and compact succulent with a delightful appereance. It is an ideal choice for beginners, just make sure not to overwater this plant, as it can cause root rot.