The Best Succulents  to Pair Together

Succulents are some of the most diverse plants on the market. They come in different sizes, shapes, and colors. Although they are low maintenance plants, they still have different growing requirements.

So keep on watching this story to know the best succulents to pair together when making an arrangement.

Aeonium, Kalanchoe, and Aloe Vera Play around with these three varieties to create a full, bushy arrangement of succulents. These plants come in various shades, making it easy to create a color scheme that brings you joy! All these plants like bright sunlight  and thrive in arid climates.

In this arrangement, you can create a balanced look by using tall and sturdy Kalanchoes, rounded Aeoniums, and smaller varieties  of Aloe Vera.

A great addition is that most Kalanchoe varieties bloom in early spring and last through late spring or summer, giving your arrangement an authentic touch of life with red, orange, or white flowers!

Different Echeveria Varieties This one is for people who love playing with color, size, and height. Echeverias are often found as low-growing succulents but can vary in height and color. Playing around with different sizes and shapes of Echeveria will result in a stunning arrangement that will surely draw attention!

However, if you want to create an arrangement with a uniform prototype of succulents, using Echeveria can also be a great option! Remember that Echeveria  is dormant in the winter season,  so they are best used as indoor succulents!

Haworthia, String of Pearls, and Jade Plant You can create a stunning and impressive plant arrangement by choosing shorter succulents like Haworthia, bushy plants like Jade, and vining succulents with small leaves like String of Pearls.

All these plants have similar care requirements, making them a pleasant set of plants for beginner growers. As a rule of thumb, water the plants when their leaves get wrinkly and provide them with bright, indirect light.

Click on the link to learn more about succulent plants in our  blog post. ⬇