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Pretty succulents to grow indoors

Christmas Cactus

Unlike other cacti, the Christmas cactus (Schlumbergera x buckleyi) doesn't have sharp spines. Its flat, fleshy, segmented stems can reach about a foot in length, often draping over in a way that earned it the nickname, crab claw cactus.

Aloe vera

Aloe vera is a medicinal plant, a succulent whose sap has been used to treat sunburn and wounds for centuries. Medicinal value aside, aloe vera is also a great indoor plant.


This desert native comes in a variety of colors and does best in dry conditions. Echeveria should be watered only once it has dried out.

Nice succulents to keep at home

Adromischus cristata

Baby Toes plant; looks exactly like little plump feet. It's hard to resist tickling them. It also goes by the name Key Lime Pie for the crimped pie crust appearance.

Tree aeonium (Aeonium arboreum and cvs.)

If a zinnia were a succulent, it would be a tree aeonium. This species features two of the hottest varieties in the modern succulent world. Deep burgundy to black ‘Zwartkop’ (pictured) is a power­ful contrast against light green or yellow plants.

Zebra Plant

Not to be confused with aloe these striped, spiky little plants (AKA Haworthia fasciata) are one of the most popular succulents out there—and it doesn't hurt that it's an easy one to care for if you're a plant parent beginner.

The best succulents care tips

Rotate Succulents Frequently

Succulents love direct sun, but if yours is sitting in the same exact spot day after day, it's likely that only one side is getting enough light.


Most succulent varieties need at least half a day to a full day of sunlight. In extremely hot areas, some afternoon shade is recommended.

Proper Potting

Unlike many houseplants, succulents do not do well in traditional soil. When shopping for soil, look for one that specifically mentions cacti or succulents.

Emily Velupillai

a professional cacti and succulents gardener

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