If you are someone who loves colors, and succulents as I do, then you must have noticed that the plants come in all shapes and sizes. For many, when buying succulents the color is the essential aspect of the plant. Usually, that is because of specific colors make people feel a certain way, so I wanted to help you. If you love how pink succulents look like, then this post is for you!

If you are tired of having that pale green color in your garden, then it is time to add a new type of color. One of the best things about succulents is how much variety there is of colors, so be bold. Experiment.

Now, at this stage, you might be used to seeing many different pink flowers, but are there pink succulents? Yes, there are, and even differently, pink. Some are more intense pink, while others are more pale pink. So, let’s explore some of the pink succulents.

Echeveria laui 

First, let’s start with the Echeveria Laui, a succulent known to be native to Oaxaca, Mexico. It is a succulent that with time can grow to be around 12 cm (6″ inches) tall with rosettes that will make you blush! As the beautiful plumb leaves on the plant may, in many cases, be grayish or blue with only a slight hint of pink, some are pinker. When taken care of the Echeveria Laui, you need to have a ‘well-draining Soil.’ Depending on the season, you will have to water the plant differently, but if you want to learn more about that, I have an Ebook that teaches you everything you could possible to keep your plant alive. 

Pachyphytum Oviferum ‘Pink Moonstone’

The Pachyphytum Oviferum or Pink Moonstone to many are native to Central Mexico. Known to be mostly pinkish, there are some versions of the plant that tend to be more blue or lavender color. This is a chunky succulent with leaves that are primarily coded with the silver firm or farina. While the rosettes are small, that is nothing to worry about it is typical for this succulent. I would recommend using a succulent container if you plan on transporting your plants anywhere. Doing so will ensure that the plant will live a healthier life without too many changes to its environment.

Sedeveria ‘Pink Granite

Sedeveria or Pink Granite is a hybrid that is best known for its pastel colors. With the stem standing mint green while the leaves are thick and pink, suitable for every grower. It is a plant that would best fit a container that allows it to hang out of it without effort. Doing so will ensure that your succulent will look as good as it can at your home.

Sedum rubrotinctum ‘Aurora’

Sedum Rubrotinctum or Aurora is a plant that is nicknamed Jelly Bean. That is due to its fun looking shape and colorful leaves. Each leaf stands around 2 cm long with pink tips. It is native to Mexico, and when it flowers expect to see Yellow While colors.

Crassula ovata ‘Pink Beauty.’

Crassula Ovata or Pink Beauty is perhaps one of the most fun of the Jade plants. It is shaped like a star while boasting pink-star shaped leaves will surely make an impression at any home. If you want to care for this pink succulent, make sure that you water it correctly so that it will survive longer.

Crassula pellucida ‘Variegata’ or ‘Calico Kitten’

The Calico Kitten is a plant that wants the full sun to shades, so be careful where you place it. It is a plant that is not frost-tolerant and must be taken care of during winter. If you want it to grow to its fullest potential, then pay attention to the weather.

 Echeveria ‘Perle Von Nurnberg’

Perle Von Nurnberg is an exotic succulent mostly because of its gray leaves with pink features. If you like plants that are active during the summer and produce a pink and yellowish flower during that time. Then this is the plant for you.

Aloe ‘Pink Blush’

The Pink Blush is one of the smaller hybrid Aloe plants that grow to be 30 cm (1 ft) tall — featuring beautiful leaves with different shades of green and pink. Best of all is that late in the springtime you can expect to see orange flowers, it is a must-have planted.

Graptopetalum paraguayense ‘Ghost Plant.’

Graptopetalum Paraguayense or Ghost Plant is known to be native to Mexico. Although many plants are called ‘Ghost Plant,’ this one is quite special. It is featuring triangular leaves in a rosette pattern that can become quite beautiful. While the color is mostly pale blue or purple, there is enough pink in the plant to be considered a pink plant. The trick is to give the plant enough sunlight; then, it will be pinker.

Graptoveria ‘Douglas Huth’

Graptoveria Douglas Hut is one of the hybrid succulents that was formed by combining Echeveria and Graptopetalum. While the leaves are thick and grayish, there is some pink around there, as well. Expect to see petite pink flowers when it blooms.

 Echeveria ‘Rainbow’

 Echeveria or Rainbow came from the vegetation of Perle Von Nurnberg. The leaves of the plant are both green and yellow, with pink highlights. So this plant will be unique enough to stand out from your other succulents.

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