7 Most Stunning Orange Succulents That Look Like Sunset

7 Most Stunning Orange Succulents That Look Like Sunset 

Homiful.com -- Orange Succulents are the flaming diamonds of any garden collection, capturing the attention with their bright colors. These resilient plants give a splash of color to your garden and promise an easy-care routine for both seasoned and newbie gardeners. These brilliant Orange Succulents will brighten up your house and landscape! They are also very easy to care for!

Graptosedum ‘California Sunset’


This plant has rosy orange leaves that form tiny rosettes. When spring and summer arrive, it blooms with white flowers in the shape of hearts. This reddish-colored rosette succulent with thick leaves spreads easily by leaf propagation. The compact rosettes resemble those of Echeveria. 

Opuntia Phaeacantha 


With its bright orange blossoms, this paddle cactus type strands out. It produces a beautiful floral show that spreads like a luxuriant carpet. Opuntia, sometimes known as 'Prickly Pear' plants, are endemic to the Americas. Prickly pears have flat, spherical pads (cladodes) that are equipped with two types of spines: huge, smooth, permanent spines and minute, hairlike prickles known as glochids.

Crassula Capitella Campfire


Capitella Crassula "Campfire Crassula" is an eye-catching succulent with propeller-like leaves. The color of the leaves will change depending on how much sunshine this succulent receives. It stands out by its bright orange edges and light or lime green core. In certain kinds, the orange hue intensifies, making it a colorful addition to any collection.

Delosperma ‘Granita Orange’


In the spring, its vivid orange, daisy-like blossoms form a strong blanket of orange, giving it a magnificent sight! This hardy ice plant clings to the ground, spreads rapidly, and grows thickly covered with enormous blossoms in varied colors of rusty orange that are brilliant, earthy, and iridescent.  A lovely way to beautify your landscape while also providing nectar for pollinators and conserving water.

Echeveria ‘Snow Angel’


This orange succulent's bulbous leaves have a soft orange tint. When the plant is stressed the leaves become somewhat foggy, adding to its allure. Echeveria are attractive butterfly and bee host plants. The plant is drought resilient, however it does best with less water and fertilizer. Its hybrids and cultivars are less resistant to cold, all-day shade, and direct sunlight.

Euphorbia Tirucalli Firesticks


These orange succulents have pencil-thin branches that have a beautiful reddish-orange color when exposed to the sun. Firestick plants are both gorgeous and surprisingly low-maintenance. Small leaves develop swiftly and eventually fall off, leaving behind brilliantly colored naked stick-like branches. The base of the tree acquires a woody, brown look and bark-like feel as it matures.

Graptoveria Fred Ives


Graptoveria, popularly known as 'Fred Ives,' is one of the most lovely plants in the succulent family. It is a hybrid of Graptopetalum paraguayense and Echeveria gibbiflora that may grow to be 4-8 inches tall and 2 inches wide. 

Furthermore, Fred Ives leaves may change color depending on the quantity of water and sunshine it receives, from a bright pinkish-purple to nearly any hue of the rainbow, making it great for giving color accent in rock gardens or plant pots blended with other plants. Aside from that, Graptoveria Fred Ives is one of the most hardy succulents known. 

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