If you like the lovely shade of pink these 25 Pretty Pink Succulents will bewitch you with their charm and beauty.
How about adding Beautiful Pink Succulents that offer the perfect blend of pastel shade and low maintenance, adding a charming soft color spectrum to your plant collection!
Here are some of the most colorful Succulents you can grow
Beautiful Pink Succulents
1. Pink Aeonium
Botanical Name: Aeonium Leucoblepharum
A gorgeous plant that forms a rosette in a light shade of pink, which almost looks like a blooming pink flower. Check out more aeonium varieties here.
2. Bluebean Succulent
Botanical Name: Graptopetalum pachyphyllum
Don’t let the ‘blue’ in the name fool you! The entire plant carries a light shade of pink, which gets a deep hue at the tips.
3. Pink Blush Aloe
Botanical Name: Aloe ‘Pink Blush’
Pink Blush is a clumping hybrid aloe with patterned green leaves having raised pink margins. Please keep it in bright sun for a pronounced shade.
4. Jelly Bean Sedum
Botanical Name: Sedum rubrotinctum ‘Aurora’
This striking evergreen succulent has jellybean-shaped pink leaves fading into white or pale green colors. Enhance the pink hue by placing the plant in bright light.
5. Tippy Echeveria
Botanical Name: Echeveria ‘Tippy’
Popular for its blue-green, spoon-shaped foliage with pink margins arranged in a graceful rosette. It looks quite smashing in matching pots!
6. Raindrops Echeveria
Botanical Name: Echeveria ‘Raindrops’
This exquisite variety displays droplet-like spherical bumps near the tips of light green foliage with red edges. It becomes red or pink in bright light and cold weather.
7. Taurus Echeveria
Botanical Name: Echeveria ‘Taurus’
It forms a rosette of triangular foliage in pink, green, and red shade. The color deepens with the exposure of sunlight. It is one of the most beautiful pink succulents!
8. Turtle Vine
Botanical Name: Callisia repens ‘Pink Lady’
‘Pink Lady’ is a low-growing semi-succulent with stems filled with small, round waxy leaves that vary in shades from green striped, pink, and cream with burgundy undersides of the leaf.
9. Pink Champagne
Botanical Name: Echeveria ‘Pink Champagne’
It is a slow-growing rosette-forming succulent with blue-green to silver-gray leaves with a pink hue.
10. Pink Moonstone
Botanical Name: Pachyphytum Oviferum ‘Pink Moonstone’
‘Pink Moonstone’ offers a rosette of pink leaves that range to blue-lavender as well. The fleshy leaves are covered in powdery white or silver fine hair.
11. Pink Granite
Botanical Name: Sedeveria ‘Pink Granite’
The beautiful soft pink leaves of the plant showcase a mint-green center. Grows in clumps and takes a dense form.
12. Calico Kitten
Botanical Name: Crassula pellucida ‘Variegata’
This eye-catching variety has gray-green leaves with pink-cream and lemony margins on beautiful heart-shaped foliage.
13. Perle Von Nurnberg
Botanical Name: Echeveria ‘Perle Von Nurnberg’
It forms a solitary green rosette that turns purple and pink under direct sunlight. It is quite popular in decorations due to eye-catching shades.
14. Ghost Plant
Botanical Name: Graptopetalum paraguayense
Don’t confuse this species with Monotropa uniflora ‘Ghost Plant’, the beautiful succulent forms a rosette of triangular leaves in the pale blue or purple shade with hints of pink or orange
15. Douglas Huth
Botanical Name: Graptoveria ‘Douglas Huth’
This hybrid variety forms a rosette of thick gray-green leaves that can turn into beautiful pink. The petite pink blooms enhance the overall look of the plant.
16. Neon Breaker Echeveria
Botanical Name: Echeveria ‘Neon Breakers’
This popular hybrid variety produces a rosette of purple leaves with pronounced pink margins. It gets brighter when placed in direct sun and become slightly stressful.
17. Variegated Indian Corn Cob
Botanical Name: Euphorbia mammillaris variegata
This short and dense looking specimen has thick stems in a light tint of green adorned with bright pink tips.
18. Crassula Platyphylla
Botanical Name: Crassula platyphylla variegata
This small but attractive plant takes a deep shade of pink on the tip of its leaves, which saturates with more sunlight exposure.
19. Sunrise Succulent
Botanical Name: Anacampseros telephiastrum variegata ‘Sunrise’
Keep the plant in the morning sun, as the name suggests’ and watch it take an alluring shade of pink that you’ll adore! It’s one of the best tabletop succulents.
20. Euphorbia Monadenium
Botanical Name: Euphorbia Monadenium Stapelioides F. Variegata
The leaves of this rare variety are beautifully striped with cream and pink edges. The flowers show a bract cup in white or light pink shade.
21. Pink Mother of Thousands
Botanical Name: Kalanchoe ‘Pink Butterflies’
Pink Butterflies produces abundant quantities of tiny, pink, butterfly-like plantlets on its leaves, making the plant incredible to look at.
22. Afterglow Echeveria
Botanical Name: Echeveria ‘Afterglow’
The plant forms a wide blue rosette of powdery pink-purple leaves embellished with pink margins–its color depends on the temperature and season. During summer, it grows orange flowers.
Botanical Name: Echeveria ‘Can-Can’
‘Can-Can’ forms a large rosette of sturdy fleshy leaves that change the color from copper-green to brown-violet on maturity. The plant grows pink flowers during summer.
24. Pink Frills
Botanical Name: Echeveria shaviana ‘Pink Frills’
It exhibits a central rosette surrounded by several offsets with spoon-shaped, pointed, and fleshy leaves. They range in colors of mauve purple & silver-blue with frilly pink edges.
25. Echeveria Laui
Botanical Name: Echeveria ‘laui’
One of the prettiest pink succulents, this echeveria variety is popular for its decorative look.