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aeonium sunburst succulent

Aeonium ‘Sunburst’

With their large, brightly colored rosettes of green, yellow, and pink leaves, these succulents make a bold statement in a mixed container or on their…

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Portulacaria afra variegata succulent

Portulacaria afra ‘Variegata’ (Rainbow Bush)

This shrubby succulent has striking reddish-brown stems and light green leaves with white variegation. It is also known as Elephant Bush. Light Most varieties of…

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Crassula muscosa Watch Chain succulent

Crassula muscusa (Watch Chain)

Tiny green leaves arranged tightly around a thin stem, creating the illusion of a square stem. Also known as rattail plant and lizard’s tail. Light…

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Faucaria tigrina succulent

Faucaria tigrina (Tiger Jaws)

This low-growing, clump-forming succulent has lightly speckled green leaves that grow in opposite pairs with a row of spines along the leaf margins. The leaves…

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Echeveria runyonii succulent

Echeveria runyonii

Blue-green foliage appears almost folded in half along the length of the leaves, forming a unique rosette. Light Most varieties of succulents need at least…

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Senecio rowleyanus String of Pearls succulent

Senecio rowleyanus (String of Pearls)

Also known as String of Beads, the leaves of this succulent resemble peas hanging on a long, trailing stem. String of Pearls works great in…

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Aloe rauhii Snowflake Hawaiian Shark God succulent

Aloe rauhii (Snowflake Aloe)

Green leaves are heavily covered in white spots and feature tiny white spines along the leaf margins. In full sun, the leaves can become more…

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Ledebouria socialis Silver Squill succulent

Ledebouria socialis (Silver Squill)

Though this member of the hyacinth family is not technically a succulent, they do share many characteristics. Sprouting from a small bulb, this plant produces green…

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Sedum pachyphyllum jelly bean many fingers succulent

Sedum pachyphyllum (Jelly Bean Plant)

Also known as Many Fingers Sedum, this succulent features thick, blue-green leaves resembling jelly beans with red tips. This sedum has a low-growing, shrubby form.…

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