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  1. Succulents

Types of Succulent Plants

Easy-Care Succulent Plants From simple-to-care-for succulent plants displayed in stylish containers to colorful mini cactus plants and on-trend terrariums, it's more fun than ever to bring the beauty of nature inside with our unique succulent gifts.

DISCOVER SOME DIFFERENT VARIETIES BELOW & FIND YOUR FAVORITE!

There are many types of succulents in different shapes & sizes. Indoor succulents are a popular choice for decorating homes and offices because they are slow-growing, low-maintenance and they’re very adaptable to temperature & light. They are native to rocky grounds with few nutrients, and their small root systems allow them to absorb and store water in their leaves.

ALOE

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Found in arid regions in tropical Africa.
Appearance: Spikes of brilliant flowers from spring through fall
Size: Ranges from small window sill plants to trees
Maintenance: Low; water when soil feels dry
Sunlight: Full sun
Best Known For: Aloe Vera variety, which stores large amounts of water, nutrients and medicinal compounds in its leaves.
Other: Easily propagated from plantlets that form at the base and replace the mother plant.

CACTUS

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Found in the Western Hemisphere.
Appearance: Elaborate stems with spines instead of leaves
Size: varies
Maintenance: Low; water only when stem starts to shrink
Sunlight: Full sun
Best Known For: Their water conservation and heat tolerance.
Other: Blooming times are dependent upon environmental signals

CRASSULA

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Found in South Africa.
Appearance: Dark green plant with white-pastel flowers
Size: varies
Maintenance: Low
Sunlight: Full sun
Best Known For: Jade Tree or Mini Jade
Other: Drought tolerant and adaptable to varying temperature and light levels

ECHEVERIA

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Found in arid regions in Mexico, Central and South America.
Appearance: Varies by type, produces side shoots along the base called “hens and chicks”
Size: varies
Maintenance: Low
Sunlight: Partial or Full sun
Other: Flowers in the spring and fall seasons

HAWORTHIA

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Found in South Africa.
Appearance: Tall stems of tiny lily-like blossoms
Maintenance: Very low; can live up to a year without water
Sunlight: Partial or Full sun
Other: Drought tolerant, easily propagated by the removal of plantlets at the base of mature plants

SEDUM

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Found in the Northern Hemisphere.
Appearance: Spikes of yellow-green or green in spring and summer
Maintenance: Low; less tolerant of warmer temperatures
Sunlight: Full sun
Best Known For: Working well in rock gardens, outdoor planters, and indoors under lots of light
Other: Easily propagated by cutting off a piece and replanting it