If you want to grow plants in a room that doesn’t get much sun then try these Indoor Succulents that Like Shade. They are also very easy to maintain!
Shady corners are often deprived of lush and green elements. To bring a little dose of life to them, you can easily grow these stunning Indoor Succulents that Like Shade!
Follow these tips to make a great shade garden
Indoor Succulents that Like Shade
Do keep in mind that what we mean by shade here is indirect bright light. These succulents won’t mind if they don’t get direct sun but do need 3-4 hours of bright dappled light to thrive.
1. Burro’s Tail
Botanical Name: Sedum morganianum
Its cascading stems have tiny fleshy leaves that look great in hanging containers. The showy succulent doesn’t mind thriving in the shade.
2. Christmas Cactus
Botanical Name: Schlumbergera
The plant can thrive well in low to medium light in the shades, but for the prolific booming, it needs bright sunlight exposure.
3. String of Bananas
Botanical Name: Senecio radicans
The string-like, long stems have banana-shaped leaves. Any bright shady corner of the house is a perfect spot for this stylish succulent plant.
4. Panda Plant
Botanical Name: Kalanchoe tomentosa
Also known as a chocolate soldier, the panda plant features gray-green leaves with red-brown dots along the margins. It loves a mixture of indirect sunlight and shade.
5. String of Pearls
Botanical Name: Senecio rowleyanus
The trailing stems have pea-like foliage, which looks awesome in hanging baskets. Place this classic plant at any bright shady place, and it will reward you with deep green leaves throughout the year.
6. Jade Plant
Botanical Name: Crassula ovata
The fleshy, green, and glossy leaves on the woody branches can add a lot of appeal indoors. It requires 3-4 hours of bright sunlight and thrives in shade the rest of the time.
7. Snake Plant
Botanical Name: Dracaena trifasciata
The long upright sword-like leaves flushed with deep green color and yellow border look stunning. It does best in the indirect, bright sunlight.
8. Zebra Cactus
Botanical Name: Haworthia attenuata
Its rosette of dark green foliage with rows of white stripes or warts makes this tiny succulent leave a high impression! It does best in partial to full shade.
9. Woodland Stonecrop
Botanical Name: Sedum ternatum
This tough stonecrop variety is prized for its hardy, low maintenance, and long life span. The plant can perform well in partial to full shade.
10. Fox Tail Agave
Botanical Name: Agave attenuata
The foxtail agave is well known for its shade tolerance. It can thrive in shade as well as bright but indirect sunlight. The large, fleshy blue-green leaves look appealing in any room!
11. Kiwi Aeonium
Botanical Name: Aeonium haworthii ‘Kiwi’
The lovely rosette of kiwi makes a striking statement, thanks to its fleshy green-yellow leaves with red tips. It needs bright but indirect sunlight but also doesn’t mind dwelling in the partial and bright shade.
12. Lace Aloe
Botanical Name: Aristaloe aristata ‘Lace Aloe’
Also called as torch plant, the rosette of the lace aloe bears dark green leaves that are covered with yellow-white bumps. This variety can do well from partial to full shade.
13. Soap Aloe
Botanical Name: Aloe maculata
This hardy and tough succulent has fleshy red to green leaves. It takes blue-green color when placed in the shade, and gets a crimson hue in full sunlight.
14. String of Hearts
Botanical Name: Ceropegia woodii
The heart-shaped leaves on wiry long stems look wow! It is a fast grower and appreciates bright, indirect sunlight.
15. Bear’s Paws
Botanical Name: Cotyledon tomentosa
As the name suggests, the flat, fleshy leaves with a hairy surface of this succulent resemble the shape of a bear’s paw. This fragile plant should be placed in a bright shade corner.
16. Spider Agave
Botanical Name: Agave bracteosa
The spider agave features a rosette of arching, blue-green leaves that have soft tapering ends. Bright sunlight or partial shade – both are preferable for this plant.
17. Crown of Thorns
Botanical Name: Euphorbia milii
The crown of thorns can dwell in low light, shaded places, where it retains its dark green foliage color. For abundant blooming, it requires a sunny, bright spot.