Do all succulents flower? What kind of succulents produces blooms? We have compiled a list of Succulents with Different Color Flowers.
Although not all succulents can bloom freely, many still do. Under the right kind of care and environment, some succulents can bloom throughout the year. Here is a list of beautiful Succulents with Different Color Flowers.
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Succulents with Different Color Flowers
1. Jade Plant
Botanical Name: Crassula Ovata
Jade Plant is native to Mozambique and South Africa and is one of the easiest-to-identify succulent plants. The popularity comes as no surprise because of the versatility of the plant. It features white or pink, star-shaped blooms.
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2. Calico Kitten
Botanical Name: Crassula Pellucida
Crassula Pellucida’ Calico Kitten’ or Crassula Marginalis Rubra Variegata is another succulent that produces small yellow and white gorgeous flowers.
3. Baby’s Necklace
Botanical Name: Crassula rupestris ssp.marnieriana
This beautiful stacking succulent with beautiful intricate patterned foliage. This plant also produces clusters of white, pink, and yellow flowers.
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4. String of Buttons
Botanical Name: Crassula perforata
With leaves stacked on top of each other, the bluish-green leaves of String of Buttons form a criss-cross pattern. Native to South Africa, this plant displays clusters of small yellow and white blooms.
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5. Echeveria Peacockii
Botanical Name: Echeveria peacockii
An Echeveria Peacockii is a hybrid with pink edges and blue-gray leaves. The flowers are bell-shaped and bright pink and bloom for weeks and months. The flowers of Echeverias can bloom out of slender stalks.
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6. Mexican Snowball
Botanical Name: Echeveria elegans
Mexican Snowball is native to Mexico, and it produces brighter flowers when the plant is exposed to drought-like conditions or extreme temperatures. With gray-green leaves and pinkish margins, the plant features bell-shaped, colorful pink-coral flowers.
7. Jelly Bean Plant
Botanical Name: Sedum rubrotinctum
Jelly Bean Plant is native to Mexico, like other succulents, and this plant has bean-shaped, plump, green leaves. It features tiny, yellow, star-shaped flowers. The edges turn red when exposed to heat or cold or under stress.
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8. Woolly Rose
Botanical Name: Echeveria ‘Doris Taylor’
Another echeveria hybrid with silver-green fuzzy leaves and the leaves are covered with little fuzz that makes the plant look hairy. The plant bears attractive, bright orange flowers that can make a bold statement in any space.
9. Ghost Plant
Botanical Name: Graptopetalum paraguayense
Ghost Plant’ is a charming plant with delicate pastel-shaded leaves and flowers. With flat, pointed, thick leaves, this Ghost Plant produces beautiful star-shaped, pale yellow and white flowers.
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10. Cobweb Hens and Chicks
Botanical Name: Sempervivum arachnoideum
Cobweb Hens and Chicks is an interesting-looking plant that looks like cobwebs surrounding the plant. The monocarpic plant produces beautiful blooms with flowers in magenta pink that can bloom for weeks.
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11. Francesco Baldi Graptosedum
Botanical Name : Graptosedum ‘Francesco Baldi’
Graptosedum ‘Francesco Baldi’ is a cross between Sedum pachyphyllum ‘Jelly Beans’ and Graptopetalum paraguayense ‘Ghost Plant. The flowers resemble a hybrid of the two plants and display star-shaped, yellow, or white flowers.
12. Black Rose
Botanical Name: Aeonium arboreum ‘Zwartkop’
With deep purple, nearly black foliage, Aeonium’ Black Rose’ has rosettes shaped like flower heads that form baby plants or offsets. Usually, the blooms are pink or yellow in the shade and can stay in bloom for weeks.
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13. Christmas Cactus
Botanical Name: Schlumbergera
Christmas Cactus is one of the most popular succulents that produces flowers yearly, mainly in October-March. Grow these beautiful flowers for their blooms in shades of white, red, and yellow to add festive spirit to your holidays.
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14. Pink Ice Plant
Botanical Name: Oscularia Deltoides
The pink Ice Plant is native to South Africa and has triangular, blue-green leaves with pinkish, jagged edges. The plant flowers freely on maturity and displays lovely magenta-pink blooms covering the entire plant.
15. Aloe Flower
Botanical Name: Aloe
There are many plants in the aloe genus that you can grow in the garden for their beautiful flowers. It is one of the best plants to grow if you are a fussy gardener who loves plants that need little to no maintenence.
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16. Crassula Spring Time
Botanical Name: Crassula Springtime
Crassula Spring Time blooms from late winter to early spring. This small succulent plant adorns any space with delicate clusters of pink flowers and attracts bees and butterflies.
17. Painted Lady Echeveria
Botanical Name: Echeveria derenbergii
Painted Lady Echeveria is a succulent known for its delicate beauty. Green and silvery blue leaves densely form a tight, small rosette that produces yellow-pink flowers in spring.
18. Black Knight Echeveria
Botanical Name: Echeveria ‘Black Knight’
Echeveria Black Knight is a unique succulent with deep black color that many find intriguing. However, the plant blooms in summer or fall, producing star-like, deep burgundy red flowers wrapped around a black sepal.
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19. Donkey Tail Sedum
Botanical Name: Sedum morganianum
Donkey Tail Sedum is another easy-to-grow succulent, and its fleshy teardrop-shaped leaves can make any garden look attractive. The plant produces red, tiny flowers under the bulbous leaves.
20. Ruby Necklace
Botanical Name: Othonna capensis
Ruby Necklace is a trailing, fast-growing succulent with bean-shaped foliage that grows on a long stem. Usually, the green leaves can turn into ruby red when left exposed to direct, bright sunlight. This succulent produces vibrant yellow flowers all year round.
21. Coral Bells
Botanical Name: Kalanchoe uniflora
One of the best specimens for hanging baskets, you can also grow it indoors for its fantastic trailing foliage and flowers. Just ensure it gets plenty of light throughout the day.
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Botanical Name: Stapelia
If you want a stubby plant that’s too not hard to look after, then this one is perfect for you. The blooms look like star fish, which alos makes it stand out from the other plants on this list.