30 Pretty Flowering Succulents To Grow For The Next Gardening Project

When it comes to flowers, most of you never think about succulents, right? Succulent plants not only produce thick, fleshy leaves and stems to store water but also display stunning flowers to give your interesting look. And in the post today, we’ve listed 30 Pretty Flowering Succulents To Grow Indoors that will re-prove your thought. They are a great addition to any garden or windowsill, as miniature succulent gardens have been gaining in popularity. Reading them to consider for your next indoor or outdoor gardening project.

30 Pretty Flowering Succulents To Grow For The Next Gardening Project

Taking them a look, these succulents have a very unique texture and forms, and when they are not blooming, they still provide you with a beautiful look at the plant and its leaves. In addition, you will see that there are many different types of succulents suitable for your favorite. From trailing succulents, colorful succulents, flowering succulents, mini succulents, to edible succulents, all of them will bring the most beauty to your home. Spending your time learning about them with us!

#1 Aeonium “Kiwi” (Kiwi aeonium)

Aeonium “Kiwi” (Kiwi aeonium) looks flower-like as it has beautiful bright green leaves that are arranged in a rose pattern and the tips have a hint of red.

#2 Lace Aloe (Aloe aristata)

Lace Aloe (Aloe aristata) grows low and in a lovely pattern. When its blooming time comes, the leaves turn a bit orange, and beautiful peach-colored torch flowers emerge.

#3 Dew Flower (Drosanthemum bicolor)

Dew Flower (Drosanthemum bicolor) displays lovely yellow and orange flowers. The plant thrives in well-draining soil that makes it is a great choice for rocky environments and hillsides.

#4 Irish Rose (Aeonium arboreum)

Irish Rose (Aeonium arboreum) produces lovely yellow flowers. The plant stays compact when placed indoors and is less likely to flower.

#5 Mexican Snowball (Echeveria elegans)

Mexican Snowball (Echeveria elegans) displays lovely pink flowers with yellow tips that are lantern-shaped.

#6 Karoo Rose (Lapidaria margaretae)

Karoo Rose (Lapidaria margaretae) is an interesting succulent with leaves that look like small rocks. The gorgeous, large, yellow flowers will bloom in fall or early winter.

#7 Tree of Love (Aichryson laxum)

Tree of Love (Aichryson laxum) grows like a miniature shrub. It produces lovely green leaves and a wide array of yellow flowers that is very bright and cheery.

#8 Hen and Chicks (Sempervivum tectorum)

Hen and Chicks (Sempervivum tectorum) are shaped in a tight rose pattern. This succulent is frost tolerant and easy to grow outdoors, but can also be grown indoors.

#9 Pink Iceplant (Oscularia deltoides)

Pink Iceplant (Oscularia deltoides) is a terrific groundcover with plump, spiky, light green leaves. In the late spring or early summer, cheery pink flowers emerge.

#10 Calico Hearts (Adromischus maculatus)

This plant is also known as Chocolate Drops because of its spots. And these spots can be gray, brown, or purple. This succulent produces white flowers that are tube-shaped, however, it rarely flowers indoors.

#11 Donkey Tail (Sedum morganianum)

Donkey Tail (Sedum morganianum) is a stunning houseplant as it will drape down the side of the pot. Its leaves are pleasing a bright bluish-green and flowers will emerge in the late summer.

#12 Flower Dust (Kalanchoe pumila)

Flower Dust (Kalanchoe pumila) is a dwarf succulent subshrub that will spread. In the spring, the pink, clustered, flowers will appear and provide a beautiful variation in color against the soft green of the leaves.

#13 Crinkle Leaf Plant (Adromischus cristatus)

Crinkle Leaf Plant (Adromischus cristatus) has leaves with a unique texture, hence the name. Its long stems will grow out of the plant and produce flowers.

#14 Tiger’s Jaw (Faucaria tigrina)

Tiger’s Jaw (Faucaria tigrina) produces unique triangle-shaped leaves with spikes around the edges. They are green with spots. In autumn or winter, bright yellow flowers will appear if the plant is well taken care of.

#15 Star Flower (Orbea variegata)

Star Flower (Orbea variegata) look like a cactus with toothed stems rising out of the dirt. The flowers have star-shaped with speckled maroon.

#16 October Plant (Hylotelephium Sieboldii)

The leaves of the plant are powder bluish-green with scalloped pink edges. In the fall, the plant flowers with little pink flowers.

#17 Aloe Vera (Aloe vera)

Aloe Vera (Aloe vera) is a green plant that looks beautiful even without flowers, but if the plant is allowed to mature and is very well taken care of, flowers can grow.

#18 Porcelain Plant (Graptoveria titubans)

The fleshy leaves of the Porcelain Plant are green, gray, blue, and from a gorgeous rose pattern. The plant will produce a dense swath of cute yellow flowers in the spring.

#19 Crown of Thorns (Euphorbia milii)

Crown of Thorns (Euphorbia milii) is technically a shrub but it also is a lovely houseplant and stays smaller in a container. It shows off leaves that are smooth and bright green, its flowers are a striking red.

#20 Starfish Flower (Duvalia radiata)

Starfish Flower (Duvalia radiate) is a unique flowering succulent that produces a red flower that looks like a starfish. The fleshy green part of the plant looks almost cactus-like, with ridges.

#21 Blue Chalksticks (Senecio serpens)

Blue Chalksticks are great to grow both indoors and outdoors. It can reach 8 inches tall and will produce small white flowers.

#22 Peddle Plant (Kalanchoe thyrsiflora)

Peddle Plant features flat, round leaves that are bright green with orange-red tips. It is an excellent choice for an indoor plant or outside.

#23 Tufted Ice Plant (Delosperma sphalmanthoides)

Tufted Ice Plant grows quickly and forms a mat of vibrant green tube-shaped leaves. Lovely pink and magenta flowers will appear in the summer and fall.

#24 Ghost Plant (Graptopetalum paraguayese)

Ghost Plant offers little star-shaped flowers during the spring. The plant spread quickly and is a good option for both outdoor gardens and containers.

#25 Stonecrop (Sedum acre)

Stonecrop brings little yellow flowers that are bright and cheery. The plant will spread and form a mat making it a great groundcover.

#26 Fairy Tongue (Crassula exilis)

The leaves of the Fairy Tongue are uniquely shaped and red on the underside, hence the name. It bears star-shaped flowers once a year and can be grown indoors or outdoors.

#27 Zebra Haworthia (Haworthia fasciata)

Zebra Haworthia not only gives a great look but also grows easily, especially for those who are beginners. The outside of the dark green leaves have white stripes and are textured whilst the inside of the leaves is smooth. During the summer, if a long stem shoots up, which will produce white flowers

#28 Baby Toes (Fenestraria rhopalophylla)

Baby Toes is certainly one of the cutest succulents, as the green columns rise up like little baby toes with flat tops. It will flower if it is well taken care of.

#29 Flaming Katy (Kalanchoe blossfeldiana)

Flaming Katy showcases deep green waxy leaves and lovely flowers that bloom in deep red, pink, yellow, or orange that lasts for weeks. It grows happily in warm temperatures.

#30 Desert Rose (Adenium obesum)

Desert Rose has a special root system that is large and continues forming above the dirt. In addition to the unique twisting roots, the plant will produce lovely flowers, usually pink or red. It grows well both indoors and outdoors.

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