Unfortunately, not all succulents grow beautiful, colorful blooms.
But a few types of succulents flower consistently year after year.
For example, Crassulas and Portocularia Jades grow tiny, delicate flowers yearly.
Despite being a slow grower, the Desert Rose blooms bright pink flowers.
Even aloe vera, if grown outdoors, can bloom beautiful flowers!
However, flowering depends on the care and conditions a succulent is grown in and how much you’re able to mimic their natural environment.
Other succulents take years to grow a single bloom, often followed by a swift death called the death bloom.
The popular Hen and Chicks (Sempervivum spp.) Agave plants, for example, flower just once before they die.
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