Have calm, cool, and peaceful vibes in your home or garden with Best Blue Succulents this summer! They also have shapes to match the shade!
Here are the Best Blue Succulents with quirky shapes and sizes that will help you add a new dimension to your home and garden with an unexpected surprise!
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Best Blue Succulents
Do note that not all succulents here have a true blue shade. Some may have a tint with a green or gray hue to them.
1. Blue Glow Agave
Botanical Name: Agave attenuata x ocahui
‘Blue Glow’ is a slow-growing succulent and forms rosettes of blue-green chalky leaves with serrated edges adorned in a gold-red ribbon.
Find out the most beautiful agave varieties here
2. Creeping Blue Sedum
Botanical Name: Sedum sieboldii
This sedum offers a beautiful fusion of blue and pink. The plant has fleshy round leaves in a blend of blue-grey shade with pink edges.
3. Blue Frills Echeveria
Botanical Name: Echeveria ‘Blue Frills’
‘Blue Frills’ displays blue-green leaves with ruffled edges and symmetrical coral margins. It also grows orange-pink blooms in summers.
4. Cana Echeveria
Botanical Name: Echeveria ‘Cana’
‘Cana’ has plump, cylindrical blue-green foliage. The rosette this echeveria variety form small columns over maturity.
Check out the best echeveria varieties here
5. Hybrid Century Plant
Botanical Name: Agave x ovatispina ‘Blue Rapture’
This evergreen hybrid variety produces fleshy silver-blue leaves. Keep it on a balcony or porch where it can receive some direct sunlight.
6. Blue Bird
Botanical Name: Crassula ovata ‘Blue Bird’
‘Blue Bird’ forms a thick cluster of fleshy leaves that comes in beautiful shades of blue-green. It produces white and pink blooms too!
7. Blue Elf Aloe
Botanical Name: Aloe ‘Blue Elf’
This famous tight-clumping succulent makes rosettes of upright gray-green leaves with serrated edges in a very light blue hue. The foliage becomes pink-red under stress.
8. Blue Chalk Sticks
Botanical Name: Senecio mandraliscae
This spreading succulent shows off pencil-like, blue-gray foliage covered in a waxy coating. The fleshy, finger-like leaves of the plant make it look quite striking with a silver sheen.
9. Happy Plant
Botanical Name: Sedeveria ‘Blue Elf’
This succulent forms attractive rosettes of blue-green leaves with a thick cover of powdery dust. The leaf tips develop a blush pink to burgundy hue in direct sun or water shortage.
10. Graptosedum ‘Blue Giant’
Botanical Name: Graptosedum ‘Blue Giant’
This beautiful succulent showcases green leaves that enclose long and thick stems. Its foliage gets a light blue-green hue with a rosy tint in cool climates.
11. Blue Bean
Botanical Name: Graptopetalum pachyphyllum
This low-growing succulent has sprawling stems and blue-green leaves with red tips, grouped in small rosettes.
12. Pacific Blue Ice
Botanical Name: Sempervivum ‘Pacific Blue Ice’
‘Pacific Blue Ice’ has a distinct cupped form and produces rounded rosettes of icy, blue-green leaves with rosy centers, mainly during cool climates.
13. Blue Spruce Stonecrop
Botanical Name: Sedum rupestre ‘Blue Spruce’
This drought-tolerant succulent produces small, blue leaves that resemble needles of a blue spruce conifer. It looks stunning on green roofs, walkways, and pots.
14. Blue Burrito
Botanical Name: Sedeveria ‘Blue Burrito’
This striking succulent variety grows in clumps and forms long stems with green leaves and pink blush at the tips. The plant gets a very light blue hue with age.
15. Blue Echeveria
Botanical Name: Echeveria secunda
This variety forms beautiful clumps of short-stemmed, tight rosettes having fleshy oval-shaped pale blue-green leaves with pink tips.
16. Blue Sky Echeveria
Botanical Name: Echeveria ‘Blue Sky’
‘Blue Sky’ is a pretty, fast-growing succulent that produces large rosettes of spatula-shaped, blue-green leaves with red tips.
17. Azulita Echeveria
Botanical Name: Echeveria ‘Azulita’
The word ‘Azulita’ implies ‘little blue one.’ This succulent forms small rosettes of icy blue leaves covered in powdery farina and beautiful red tips.
18. Blue Carpet Sedum
Botanical Name: Sedum ‘Blue Carpet’
The blue-green leaves of the succulents are tightly clumped together, which makes it stand out in pots. It is also a great choice for hanging baskets.
19. Propeller Plant
Botanical Name: Crassula falcata
The blue-gray leaves of the plant look like the propeller of an airplane! It is very easy to propagate and looks cute in small pots.
20. Black Spined Agave
Botanical Name: Agave macroacantha
This easy-to-care beautiful succulent forms a rosette of fleshy and narrow, powder blue foliage with maroon tips.
21. Money Plant
Botanical Name: Crassula obvallata
The unique gray-green leaves of this plant have a tiny layer of hair on the surface. It also grows pink flowers that cover it entirely!
22. Lavender Scallops
Botanical Name: Kalanchoe fedtschenkoi
The beautiful variegated leaves of the plant have green, cream, and blue hues. For the best display of colors, keep it in bright sunlight.
23. Short Leaved Aloe
Botanical Name: Aloe brevifolia
What sets this blue succulent apart are the teeth on the edges of its leaves. Keep it in shade or else the plant will take a red-yellow hue in full sun.
24. Donkey Tail
Botanical Name: Sedum morganianum
This is one plant that you must grow in hanging baskets! It takes a magnificent hue of blue and green in indirect light.
25. Candle Plant
Botanical Name: Senecio articulatus
The Candle Plant is a beautiful upright senecio variety and features striking blue-purple leaves. Have a look at more senecio varieties here.