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Beautiful succulents that grow well indoors

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I love succulents! They are my favorite type of plant. I try to surround myself with as many beautiful succulents as I can, both inside the house and out in my garden. Here in Minnesota, we’re very limited to the types of succulent plants we can grow in our garden, but I can grow any type of succulent plant I want to in my house.

Beautiful Jade Plant

Beautiful Jade Plant

Succulents make excellent houseplants because they don’t require a lot of maintenance. Plus they’re super easy to care for and drought tolerant (so I can neglect them, and they don’t mind a bit). Another reason they make really great houseplants is because in the winter they don’t require as much water as they do during their active growing season, and they don’t mind the dry air in the house one bit.

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Beautiful Succulent Planter

Beautiful Succulent Planter

Plus, they’re super easy to propagate, so I can expand my collection whenever I want, and also share with friends!

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Mixed Container Of Succulents

Mixed Container Of Succulents

Beautiful succulents that grow well indoors

There are lots of different varieties of beautiful succulents that will thrive indoors – here are a few of my favorites…

  • Ghost plant
  • Jade plant
  • Aloes
  • Echveria
  • Agave
  • Starfish plant
  • Haworthia
  • Gasteria
  • Euphorbia
  • Gastrolia
  • Kalanchoe
  • Aeonium

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What about you? Do you grow succulents indoors? Which types of beautiful succulents would you add to my list?







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One Response to Beautiful succulents that grow well indoors

  1. People routinely ask me why their succulent isn’t doing well in their home, and when I investigate, I see that they’re trying to grow Sempervivum inside. This is destined to fail, because they’re a hardy succulent, and need their cold dormant period out in the wild outdoors. Only grow tender (tropical) succulents indoors, for the best success.

    Good list, Amy!

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