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15 succulents we all want at home

15 succulents we all want at home

1. Aloe Vera


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Who does not know the benefits of aloe vera? Edible, used in cosmetic products and renowned for its medicinal properties, aloe vera is a succulent as practical as it is aesthetic! And in addition, it requires very little maintenance…

2. L'echeveria


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From the Crassulaceae family, this succulent plant is particularly appreciated for its graphic forms. Sometimes elongated, sometimes triangular, sometimes gray, sometimes purple ... The leaves of the cheveria are recognizable among a thousand!

3. The cactus


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Needless to present them, cacti are the most famous of succulents. Installed indoors, they bring warmth and good humor all year round! Choose large models for a tropical style or prefer a collection of mini cacti for a more atypical decoration.

4. The Senecio


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Also known as a pearl necklace, ragwort (or senecio) can be a creeping or drooping plant depending on its variety. What makes it special? Its green currant-shaped leaves that give a poetic and delicate look to any interior…

5. The agave


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A succulent plant from Central America, the agave brings together more than 200 species from the Agavaceae family. These large, thick leaves can range from green to gray to blue. But above all, they can reach almost two meters long if they are planted in the ground!

6. Adenium


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Also known as the desert rose, adenium is one of the most poetic succulents. And for good reason, it is covered with flowers in summer for a soft interior. Be careful though, it is not the easiest to cultivate and requires a minimum of maintenance!

7. The Sanséviera


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Also called mother-in-law's tongue, this succulent plant is one of the most resistant varieties indoors. Enough to make the happiness of all those who do not have a green thumb! Anyway, we love these beautiful leaves with different shades of green…

8. The haworthia


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True decorative plant, the haworthia is a succulent perennial composed of rosettes. Small or large tubers cover the leaves, giving it a graphic look! The good decor idea? Accumulate varieties to create beautiful contrasts.

9. Chlorophytum


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Also known as the spider plant, chlorophytume is a succulent plant with depolluting capacities. Indeed, it can eradicate toxic substances present in your interior. So what are you waiting for to adopt this plant with green foliage?

10. The crassula


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All varieties of crassula offer different foliage shapes and colors. But all have one thing in common: these succulents are super easy to grow indoors. And the advantage is that their flowering begins in autumn and continues in winter…

11. The dracaena marginata


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In addition to being particularly elegant, the dracaena marginata is a magic plant! Indeed, this succulent plant has the ability to absorb toxic substances linked to smoke or household products. It is therefore a depolluting plant to adopt to sanitize and deodorize an interior!

12. The epiphyllum


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To change green and traditional succulents, we use a flowering plant like epiphyllum (or epicactus). In the wild, epiphyllum generally grows on trees. Indoors, it is easy to grow in pots provided it provides enough light!

13. Kalanchoe


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With its bright and sparkling colors, the kalanchoé does not go unnoticed. This succulent plant straight from Madagascar particularly appreciates the rays of the sun and does not support excess water. All you have to do is find a place for it near a window and admire its superb flowering…

14. The portulacaria


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Succulent from South Africa, portulacaria is also called the Jade tree. This succulent plant is similar to a bonsai and is cultivated in the same way. Due to its robustness, it is an ideal species for those who do not have a green thumb! Not to mention his life expectancy which can go up to 50 years ...

15. The Rhipsalis


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Rhipsalis is a species of cactus native to South America. Without thorns, it consists of segmented stems sometimes reminiscent of the shape of corals. Robust and easy to maintain, we appreciate its atypical look that swings the decor!