10 Succulent Superstars: Meet the Stars of Your Succulent Collection

10 Succulent Superstars: Meet the Stars of Your Succulent Collection

succulent garden with echeverias and jade

Are you a succulent lover looking to expand your collection? Look no further! We've rounded up the 10 must-have succulents for any collector. From colorful rosette-shaped Echeverias to the spiky, architectural Agaves, these unique plants are sure to add some personality to your collection. So let's dive in and get to know these succulent superstars!

 

Echeveria Lola
(Photo: Echeveria Lola)

Echeveria - With its rosette-shaped leaves and stunning range of colors, Echeverias are a favorite among succulent lovers, like E. Lola and the E. Perle von Nurnberg easy to care for and look great in both indoor and outdoor settings.

 

 
(Photo: Sedum Dasyphyllym)

Sedum - These low-growing succulents come in a variety of shapes and sizes, making them a versatile choice for any garden. They're also known for their colorful flowers that bloom in late summer.

Aloe

(Photo: Aloe)

Aloe - Aloe is one of the most well-known succulents, with Aloe Vera being one of the most popular for its medicinal properties. It's easy to care for and adds a calming touch to any space.

Zebra haworthia
(Photo: Zebra Haworthia)

Haworthia - Haworthias are small, low-growing succulents that come in a variety of shapes and textures. They're a great choice for succulent newbies since they can handle plenty of benevolent neglect.  Haworthias are perfect indoor plants as they do well on office desks, in small spaces, and will survive lower light conditions.

Crassula

(Photo: Crassula falcata - Propeller plant)

Crassula -  Crassula is a beautiful addition to any garden. It's easy to care for and can be propagated easily from cuttings.

 

Kalanchoe mother of thousands
(Photo: Crassula Mother of Thousands

Kalanchoe - This popular succulent comes in a variety of species, from small flowering plants to tall trees. It's easy to care for and adds a pop of color to any space.

Jade Plant
(Photo: Jade Plant)

Jade plant - Also known as the "money tree," the Jade plant is a symbol of prosperity and good luck. It's a low-maintenance succulent that can grow up to 6 feet tall.

Agave

(Photo: Agave)

Agave - Agaves are large, architectural succulents that add a dramatic touch to any garden. They come in a variety of sizes and shapes and are easy to care for.

 

Gasteria little worty
(Photo: Gasteria Little Worty)

Gasteria - Gasterias are small, low-growing succulents that come in a variety of colors and textures. They're a great choice for small spaces and can be grown indoors or outdoors.

 

(Photo: Sempervivum Arachnoideum)

Sempervivum - Commonly known as Hens and Chicks, Sempervivums are small, rosette-shaped succulents that come in a variety of colors. They're a great choice for rock gardens and other low-maintenance landscapes. And you don't have to worry about these cuties freezing. They can handle the snow.

There you have it! 10 must have succulents in any collection. 

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