Classic Green Succulents for Arrangements and Container Gardens

Succulents come in so many colors and varieties. Keep reading to find a list of some of my favorite classic green succulents!

This large shrub-like succulent has bright green rosettes that turn red in full sun. This succulent is monocarpic, meaning it will die after it flowers.  

Aeonium canariense "Giant Velvet Rose"

‘Green Ice’ is a slow-growing succulent with thick, flat variegated leaves. It’s perfect for beginning succulent growers, or those wanting an indoor garden. The leaves have gray spots and lines, with red and green tubular flowers. 

Gasteraloe 'Green Ice'

“String of Buttons” is a shrub succulent. It grows well indoors, and does well in terrariums. The triangle-shaped leaves grow opposite each other and spiral around the stem, causing it to look stacked. 

Crassula perforata "String of Buttons"

Haworthiopsis reinwardtii is a small clumping succulent. Its leaves are large at the bottom, then narrowing to a point as it curves upwards. The leaves spiral in a column, and have white bumps on the outside of the leaves. 

Haworthiopsis reinwardtii

‘Fang’ is a tall succulent with velvety silver leaves. The margins and underside of each leaf are covered in small tubercles, or “fangs.” The edges of each leaf are bronze. 

Kalanchoe beharensis ‘Fang’

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