A gallery of exotic succulent varieties and design ideas.
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Succulent plants have thick, fleshy leaves or stems that are adapted to store water.
Plush plant (Echeveria pulvinata) is a Mexican succulent forming rosettes of fleshy, slightly hairy, green-gray leaves with red tips.
The Aeonium 'Zwartkop' is a multi-branching succulent that adds a dramatic note with its near-black rosettes.
Echeveria agavoides is a clump-forming succulent with tight rosettes of narrow, tapering leaves with red tips.
Succulent Grouping Makes Striking Display
Group succulents together on a table or patio for an eye-catching display.
Path With Low-Growing Sedum
Low-growing sedum makes an interesting pattern among coarse gravel. Soft surfacing for garden paths consists of natural materials that include combinations of stone, wood and shell.
Tender Succulents Create Mediterranean Feel
Tender succulents, such as cacti, palms and citrus trees can be moved outside in warmer weather, adding a Mediterranean feel to patios and decks. Or, add them to flower beds for an exotic touch.
Alpines and Succulents Paired Together in Pot
Mix together alpines and succulents with varied appearances, shapes and foliage to create an eye-catching summer display.
Succulents in Mixed Pots
Group together several types of succulents in mixed pots to create a unique look.
Succulents Fill Small Planters
Small containers of succulents are grouped together on a wood tray for a very natural look.