7 Indoor Succulents

Succulents are a favorite among house plant enthusiasts, but not all succulents grow well indoors. These succulents not only grow well indoors, they look pretty great doing it, too!

Kalanchoe tomentosa “Panda Plant” is a velvety, green succulent with brown spots on the tips of the leaves. It does very well indoors, and is great for beginners.

Kalanchoe tomentosa ‘Panda Plant’

This is one of the most easily recognized succulents, and is perfect for beginners. It has dark green oval leaves that can turn red along the edges when “happily stressed.” This succulent grows well indoors, and is easily propagated.

Crassula ovata “Classic Jade”

This beautiful trailing succulent is easily propagated. It’s perfect for hanging baskets, and can be grown indoors if given proper sunlight. Be careful not to over-water.

Senecio rowleyanus “String of Pearls”

This succulent is great for your indoor succulent garden. It has thick, dark green leaves with white horizontal stripes on the outside of the leaves. The inside of the leaves are smooth. 

Haworthiopsis fasciata “Zebra Plant”

“Snake Plant” is a very common succulent, and one that is perfect for beginners! It thrives on neglect, doing well in low-light, making it perfect for growing indoors. It is a favorite among beginners and enthusiasts alike. 

Sansevieria trifasciata "Snake Plant"

This beautiful, small cactus has a cylindrical green body covered in interwoven white spines. “Thimble Cactus” grows in clusters, and propagates very easily. You can expect to see tiny cream-colored flowers in cooler months. 

Mammillaria gracilis fragilis "Thimble Cactus"

The golden spines on the edge of this succulent may look mean, but they won’t harm you. “Gold-Tooth Aloe” has green leaves that can turn orange when stressed or in full sun. It is deer resistant, and attractive to bees and hummingbirds.  

Aloe nobilis “Gold-Tooth Aloe”