These unique Heart Shaped Succulents will fill your home with a romantic vibe all year round. And yes! They’re easy to maintain too!
When it comes to plants, nature has many amazing types to offer! One of them is succulents with unique shapes, textures, and foliage that can truly amaze with their appearance–just like these Heart-Shaped Succulents.
Check out our article on heart-shaped leaf plants here
1. String of Hearts
Botanical Name: Ceropegia woodii
This evergreen, trailing succulent has delicate heart-shaped leaves on slender vines. They are dark green, marbled in silver on the upper sides, and green to purple on the undersides.
Here are some gorgeous trailing succulents you can grow
2. Heart Leaf Hoya
Botanical Name: Hoya kerrii ‘Variegata’
This is the number one plant when it comes to heart-shaped succulents–Its beautiful bright green leaves with white or creamy-yellow variegation on the center as well, if you’re growing a variegated variety.
Interesting Fact: It is generally sold only as a single-rooted leaf during Valentine’s Day.
3. Emerald Ripple Peperomia
Botanical Name: Peperomia caperata
Peperomia caperata is an epiphytic semi-succulent usually grown as a houseplant. It has deeply veined, undulated, wrinkled, heart-shaped dark green leaves on red-tinted stalks.
Have a look at more Peperomia types here
4. Crassula Pellucida
Botanical Name: Crassula pellucida subsp. marginalis
This low-growing succulent has smooth, scrambling, or flat branches. The heart-shaped leaves are small, fleshy, and green. It stays compact and looks great in small pots.
5. Candlestick Plant
Botanical Name: Adenia stylosa
This is a pachycaul shrub that forms a tangle of twisted succulent stems. The purple-violet to dark green leaves have dark red veins with a heart or bell shape.
6. Million Hearts
Botanical Name: Dischidia ruscifolia
This decorative plant shows off slender and stiff green shoots that show a dense pair of heart-shaped green leaves.
7. Sweetheart Hoya
Botanical Name: Hoya kerrii
This semi-succulent plant features bright green leaves on long vining stems. It’s usually sold as a single-leaf plant.
8. Living Pebble
Botanical Name: Conophytum bilobum
This small and stemless succulent has heart-shaped lobes in a deep shade of green with a faint line of purple or red hue at the top. It also grows beautiful flowers!
Botanical Name: Echeveria ‘Cheyenne’
The big ruffled leaves of Cheyenne make it look unique. What is more attractive is its blooms that form a beautiful heart shape.
10. Little Messy
Botanical Name: Sedum ‘Little Missy’
The tiny leaves of this plant are ovate, rounded or heart-shaped, and come with pale green margins with a charming hue of pink.