The world of succulents is extremely rich with plants coming in a myriad of colors. Some of them look like sweet cakes!
Apart from green, maroon and yellow succulents, there are also the pink ones. Their pastel shades are stunning – they look as if someone has just touched them with a pinch of pink powder. Some of them come in more intensive colors while others are more pastel in their shade.
All of them will look great on your window sill anyway!
The varieties of pink succulents
• Sedum Rubrotinctum ‘Aurora’ – this plant comes from Mexico. As it is resistant to unfavorable weather conditions, it is often referred to as ‘iron plant’. It’s got tine green leaves which turn pinkish towards their edges.
• Echeveria lauii – it is a truly exceptional plant. It has got blue and white leaves that look like they were powdered. The biggest pride of the plant is by far its shoots with pink flowers.
• Sedeveria ‘Pink Granite’ – the plant grows up to 8 inches and has got triangular leaves of pink shade.
• Pachyphytum Oviferum ‘Pink Moonstone’ – the plant comes from Mexico where it grows on steep rock faces. It’s got fleshy and pinkish leaves.
• Graptoveria ‘Debbie’ – it forms compact powder-pink rosettes. It is really easy to cultivate.
• Crassula pellucida marginalis ‘Variegata’ – this one comes from the south of Africa. It is sometimes called a ‘three-color cat’; it has got impressive pink heart-shaped leaves.
Are there any pink succulents in your collection?