23 Most Stunning Orange Succulents
20.11.2023 - 11:23
/ Raul Cornelius
Bright and bold, these Orange Succulents are the fiery jewels of any garden collection, drawing the eye with their vibrant hues. These hardy beauties add a pop of color to your green space and promise an easy-care regime for seasoned gardeners and novices alike.
Botanical Name: Graptoveria ‘Fred Ives’
The color of its leaves changes depending on the light, creating a dynamic display. It produces pale yellow flowers with orange centers in summer, adding color.
Botanical Name: Kalanchoe blossfeldiana ‘Calaniva’
These orange succulents, also known as Flaming Katy, have glossy green leaves and bright orange flowers. It loves sunlight and needs well-draining soil and moderate watering.
Botanical Name: Graptosedum ‘California Sunset’
This plant has a rosy orange leaf, making little shapes like rosettes. When spring and summer come, it shows off white flowers shaped like hearts.
Botanical Name: Echinopsis chamaecereus
This small plant looks like peanuts because of its shape and white spines. It surprises with big, reddish-orange flowers in late spring or early summer.
Botanical Name: Sedum adolphii
This plant is known for its small, rosette-like leaves that turn orange in the sun. In early spring, it has white flowers with pink parts.
Botanical Name: Echeveria ‘Orange Monroe’
Under strong light, its leaves turn shades of yellow and orange. This plant is low-maintenance, needing only minimal water and well-draining soil.
Botanical Name: Graptosedum Francesco Baldi
As the weather shifts, this plant undergoes a stunning transformation. Its oblong leaves adopt the colors of a perfect sunset, blending pink and orange hues.
Botanical Name: Euphorbia Tirucalli
These orange succulents thrive under the full sun, showcasing pencil-thin branches colored