Flowering Succulents to Grow for Their Stunning Blooms

Hardy Ice Plant

This flowering succulent groundcover can be grown throughout most of the United States (Hardiness Zones 5-10) in sunny, well-drained sites.


Stapelia flowers are undeniably incredible, but there is a catch. Some (not all) stapelia produce foul-smelling flowers to attract flies for pollination.

Christmas Cactus

Easter and Thanksgiving cactus, are classic flowering houseplants that bloom each year around their namesake holiday.

Prickly Pear

Prickly pear cactus (Opuntia spp.) comes in an astounding range of sizes from 1-15 feet tall, and can be found throughout the Americas.

Living Stones

Commonly called living rocks or living stones owing to their unique appearance, Lithops succulents are a genuine curiosity.


Hoya (Hoya spp.) is a vining succulent plant that grows best in warm locations with indirect sunlight.


Kalanchoe blossfeldiana) needs 6 weeks with 14 hours of darkness daily each winter to initiate flowering. Months later, you will be rewarded with red, orange, white, yellow, or pink flowers.

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