7 Most Striking Succulents to Grow In Your Home or Garden

Homiful.com -- Did you know there are more than 500 succulent varieties and 10.000 succulents plant variant in different sizes, patterns and colors? Each succulent has its own-beauty and uniqueness. Apart from that, succulents are a stunner plant. Although they tend to be small, succulents will make your home or garden more colorful and lively.

Out of 500 different varieties of succulents, we think you need to know the 7 Most Striking Succulents to Grow In Your Home or Garden.

Sedum Takesimense Atlantis Variegated

This low-growing clumping succulents have a stunning variegated foliage. It can grow tall around from 4-6'', perfect for tucking into rocks or pebbles garden or as a groundcover in your garden.  This succulent is very tolerant to drought. The variegated leaves have a green in the middle surrounded by creamy yellow color. Making it a showstopper for your garden. 

Echeveria Cubic Frost Variegated

Echeveria Cubic Frost is a very rare find succulent. Especially with beautiful variegated cubic frosts like this, they will be super rare. However, common echeveria 'Cubic Frost'  requires the same treatment as regular succulents. Just give a minimum watering. Weekly, you can water the plant. 

Echeveria agavoides 'Romeo Rubin' 

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You'll be blown away by the rosette-shaped of the echeveria agavoides 'Romeo Rubin'. The vivid red color will also attract anyone to admire its beauty. Make sure you plant this succulent beauty in pots with a proper drainage hole. It's a non-toxic succulent for pets and humans. 



Mammillaria is the largest genus in the cactus family.  Some of them are native to Mexico, but some are from the southwest U.S., Colombia, the Caribbean, Venezuela and Guatemala. What makes it special is that they produce pink flower in its growing season. Fertilizer will help the plant to bloom. 


Pinguicula or butterworts are a carnivorous flowering plants.  They lure, trap and digest the insect by using sticky and glandular leaves. The prey is needed to supplement low nutrients in their environment. Some pinguicula will stop producing sticky leaves in a dry dormancy state, so you don't need to feed them during this period. 



Its appearance might make you think of colorful decorative stones. Yes, this is a living-stone succulent. They are called Lithops and native to South Africa. This succulent is very easy to grow. Lithops will thrive in low maintenance, infrequent watering and low humidity. 


It is a succulent from the Crassulaceae family. Native to Mexico and Southwestern United States. This succulent produce stunning pink flowers, which seems to be growing upwards from the the rosette.  They do well in full sun or partial sun, so, you can place them in home or garden

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Author : Yeni
Editor : Munawaroh
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