By Kathryn Cannon
One of the most popular types of indoor succulents to grow is Aloe Vera. But Aloe is also found growing wild throughout the world throughout tropical, semi-tropical, and arid climates.
With a swollen base to store water, Ponytail Palms can survive with very little effort. And they grow well in low nutrient soil, or rocky earth.
Since they’re an alpine plant, Hens and Chicks do well in low quality soil. And they can even withstand unsavory conditions.
Lithops are about as unique as succulents get. With a pebble-like appearance, a large variety of species, and a multitude of colors, it’s no surprise how sought-after they are.
And they’re very easy to take care of. However, since they’re a flowering plant, you’ll need to be mindful to remove any dead flowers. That way, the plant can grow new flowers and thrive for years.
As long as your container drains well, and you keep the plant in heavy sunlight, Burro’s Tail succulents grow wonderfully indoors.
They are hardy succulents, and are resistant to drought. So, if you’re always forgetting to water your plants, this is the plant for you.