Types of Succulents

By Genus - Alphabetized

Please note that the tolerance to cold and heat can vary within each genus, as different species and varieties may have specific requirements. It’s always a good idea to research the specific needs of each succulent type for your specific climate conditions.

Adromischus cooperi Different Types Of Succulents


Rosette-forming succulents with thick, fleshy leaves often covered in fine hairs or spots.
πŸ”₯ yes | ❄️ yes

Aeonium different types of succulents


Rosettes of fleshy leaves in various colors and shapes, often forming branching structures.
πŸ”₯ yes | ❄️ yes

agave succulent - succulent care for beginners


Rosette-forming succulents with thick, stiff leaves that are often pointed or have sharp spines.
πŸ”₯ yes | ❄️ yes

aloe vera succulent plant


Rosettes of thick, fleshy leaves with toothed edges, often with showy tubular flowers.
πŸ”₯ yes | ❄️ some

Anacampseros succulent


Small, clump-forming succulents with colorful leaves and delicate flowers.
πŸ”₯ yes | ❄️ some

Cotyledon succulent


Compact succulents with round or elongated leaves and bell-shaped flowers.
πŸ”₯ yes | ❄️ yes

jade Crassulas succulent type


Diverse group of succulents with various leaf shapes and growth habits, often forming dense clusters.
πŸ”₯ yes | ❄️ yes

Dudleya succulent


Rosette-forming succulents with fleshy leaves in various colors and often covered in a powdery coating.
πŸ”₯ yes | ❄️ yes

Echeverias succulent


Rosettes with symmetrical, fleshy leaves in a wide range of colors and textures.
πŸ”₯ yes | ❄️ some

Euphorbia succulent


Diverse group of succulents with various growth habits, including spiny or cactus-like forms.
πŸ”₯ yes | ❄️ some

Graptopetalum succulent


Rosettes with thick leaves in shades of gray, pink, or purple, often forming trailing or cascading stems.
πŸ”₯ yes | ❄️ yes

Haworthia succulent


Compact succulents with rosettes of spiky, often translucent leaves arranged in geometric patterns.
πŸ”₯ yes | ❄️ yes

Kalanchoe succulent


Succulents with fleshy leaves and vibrant, long-lasting flowers, often forming clusters or offsets.
πŸ”₯ yes | ❄️ some

Lithops succulent


Small, mimicry succulents that resemble stones or pebbles, with a cleft on top for leaves.
πŸ”₯ yes | ❄️ yes

Opuntia succulent


Cactus-like succulents with flat, pad-like stems covered in spines, often producing showy flowers.
πŸ”₯ yes | ❄️ yes

Pachyphytum succulent


Rosettes of chubby, plump leaves in various colors and shapes, often forming dense clusters.
πŸ”₯ yes | ❄️ yes

Portulaca succulent


Low-growing succulents with cylindrical leaves and colorful, daisy-like flowers.
πŸ”₯ yes | ❄️ no

Sansevieria succulent blooming


Striking succulents with long, upright leaves in various patterns and colors, often called "Snake Plants" or "Mother-in-law's Tongue."
πŸ”₯ yes | ❄️ some

Sedum succulent


Diverse group of succulents with various growth habits, including groundcovers, trailing varieties, and upright forms.
πŸ”₯ yes | ❄️ yes

Sempervivum succulent


Rosette-forming succulents with thick leaves arranged in tight rosettes, often known as "Hens and Chicks."
πŸ”₯ yes | ❄️ yes

Senecio succulent


Succulents with elongated, trailing or erect stems and fleshy leaves, including the popular "String of Pearls" variety.
πŸ”₯ yes | ❄️ some

Stapelia succulent


Unusual succulents with star-shaped, hairy flowers that often emit a strong odor to attract pollinators.
πŸ”₯ yes | ❄️ some