13 Big Leaf Succulents
22.01.2024 - 12:47
Big Leaf Succulents are awesome for any garden, big or small. They're easy to take care of and come in cool varieties like Snake Plant, Giant Blue Echeveria, and Sunburst Aeonium. There's also Felt Bush, Whale's Tongue Agave, Madagascar Palm, Black Rose, Paddle Plant, Dinner Plate Aeonium, Tree Stonecrop, Foxtail Agave, Donkey Ears, Flapjack, and Tree Houseleek. Check them out for some leafy goodness!
Big leaf succulents can be a fantastic addition to any garden, whether you have a spacious yard or a cozy apartment. These easy-to-care-for plants don’t demand too much attention either!
Botanical Name: Dracaena trifasciata
Snake plants boast tall, upright leaves with dark colors and even have air purification benefits. They are perfect for beginners – reaching 2-3 feet in height.
Botanical Name: Echeveria ‘Giant Blue’
This stunning Echeveria lives up to its name with large powdery blue leaves in rosettes that can reach up to 8-10 inches across.
Botanical Name: Aeonium ‘Sunburst’
These big leaf succulents have lime-green foliage that is 6-8 inches across in length with vibrant yellow edges.
Botanical Name: Kalanchoe beharensis
The Felt Bush is fuzzy leaved succulent with gray-green leaves that resemble felt – hence the name. It is a slow grower, but its leaves can grow 5-6 inches long.
Botanical Name: Agave ovatifolia
Whale’s Tongue agave has thick, fleshly leaves shaped just like, well, whale’s tongue. They grow 2-5 feet tall but can reach amazing heights and widths, as seen in the image!
Botanical Name: Pachypodium lamerei
Don’t be fooled by its name, Madagascar Palm is a succulent shrub with a spiny trunk and large glossy leaves. It can grow up to massive dimensions.
Botanical Name: Aeonium arboreum ‘Zwartkop’
This black beauty has