Which Succulent Are You?

It’s no secret that succulents are the trendiest houseplants on the market right now. Their fleshy foliage and wide range of shapes, forms, and colors are what really set them apart from any other kind of houseplant. Aside from their mesmerizing aesthetic, succulents are also famously easy to take care of—another huge selling point for all of us busy bees. If you’re eager to hop on the succulent trend, take our quiz to find out which one is best suited for you!
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Aloe Vera

Considered by many to be THE easiest houseplant to care for, aloe vera is one of the most popular succulents to take home. Its bright green color is a refreshing addition to your home, and its spiky leaves add character to any room. If you’re interested in natural healing and home remedies, the juice inside this plant’s fleshy leaves is widely known for its soothing and healing properties. Keep it in bright, indirect light and water it deeply, but infrequently.

Echeveria
Echeveria is a very broad class of succulents, but they’re known best for their classic, rosette formation. We think you’ll especially love ‘Perle Von Nurnberg’, a delicate, two-toned variety with hints of pale green and rosy pink or purple. The embodiment of elegance and class, this succulent is easily one of the most beautiful succulents we carry. It resides happily in a bright, sunny window.
Moon Cactus
The moon cactus might exhibit a hard, prickly outside, but it’s actually a bright and colorful soul and the life of your houseplant party under the right conditions. As you can tell by the thick, green stem and vibrant, neon-colored top, moon cacti are actually a hybrid plant of two very different species. This spirited succulent loves the warmth and company of others, so it does quite well in crowded containers.
Lithops
At first glance, you might mistake lithops for rounded, smooth stones, but when you look closer, you’ll see a very unique succulent with just two fleshy leaves (or pads) and an interesting pattern. Their similarity to stones has earned them a variety of names, including ‘living stones’, ‘flowering stones’, and ‘pebble plants’. Although they tend to blend into their surroundings, these succulents are definitely one of a kind, and can easily accentuate larger succulent container gardens. South African natives, these guys love bright, hot conditions, sandy soils, and very little water.