Gorgeous Photos of Succulents

As you may have noticed, the last few posts have been full of photos. If you can imagine… I still have more! I didn’t want to overwhelm you with photos in each post so I really tried to narrow it down. That said, I did only narrow it down to about 20 per post. But, I still wanted to share some of the other photos with you. So, this post is just going to be photos of succulents, all from places I visited on my trip. Enjoy!

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Aeonium arboreum - Succulents and Sunshine

Aeonium haworthii Kiwi - Succulents and Sunshine

Blushing Aeonium - Succulents and Sunshine

Echeveria Imbricata - Succulents and Sunshine

Mix of Sedums - Succulents and Sunshine

Ecehveria Impricata - Succulents and Sunshine

Rows of Succulents for Sale - Succulents and Sunshine

Blushing Echeveria - Succulents and Sunshine

Crassula capitella - Succulents and Sunshine

Kalanchoe Pink Butterflies - Succulents and Sunshine

Ruffled Echeveria - Succulents and Sunshine

Sedum - Succulents and Sunshine

Sedums Growing Out of a Rock - Succulents and Sunshine

Echeveria harmsii Waterwise Botanical Gardens, Bonsall CA - www.succulentsandsunshine.com

Curly Echeveria Succulent - Succulents and Sunshine

 

Echeveria harmsii

Aeonium haworthii Kiwi - Succulents and Sunshine

Echeveria Detail Oasis Plants - www.succulentsandsunshine.com

The Succulent Cafe - Succulents and Sunshine

Kalanchoe Luciae - Succulents and Sunshine

Aeonium - Succulents and Sunshine

 

15 Responses to Gorgeous Photos of Succulents

    • The second photo is an Aeonium hawarthii Kiwi. The third photo is most likely Aeonium arboreum atropurpureum hybrid called “Cartwheels” by Waterwise Botanicals.

  1. Thank you Cassidy, now it will be my mission to find them… Just trying to get a little more colour into my succulents… Thanks again

  2. Love your blog and you whole site and since to day is payday, I am buying your ebook too. I was excited to find someone in to Succulents from Utah, I am in Colorado so some of the same issues. I have a ton of succulents outside that handle the winters well, If you don’t know http://www.simplysucculents.com you should check them out, I have bought a lot from them over the years…and can easily handle Utah winters. I have to say, I have never been into house plants until I started looking at your site…but my collection grows daily. Thank you for sharing your love with those of us who share it.
    Cabby Blanco

    • Thank you so much! I’m trying to learn to love the succulents that are winter hardy, but it’s taking me a little while :) I’m glad you stopped by!

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Let me introduce myself... My name is Cassidy Tuttle and I’m a professional photographer turned succulent addict. These are my two sweet children and wonderful husband in the photo with me!

My adventure with succulents started with three small plants on the window sill of my basement apartment. Within a year I had propagated them and purchased more, totaling over 100 plants!

It’s been a fun adventure since then as I’ve drowned, burned, frozen, and starved my collection of succulents. This site is where I teach you how to avoid all those mistakes I made or help you recover from them.

While I’ve killed plenty of succulents in the last few years, I’ve also kept hundreds alive and thriving, and I know you can do the same!

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My goal is to help you not just keep your succulents alive, but help them thrive no matter where you live.

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