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The unique appearance of succulents can enhance the beauty of your home. So, in case you are searching for that one ingredient to kick the aesthetic appeal of your interiors up a notch, succulents are your answer. Indoor plants are a gush of fresh air in comparison to other interior decor elements. And they are, of course, a far better choice than faux plants. A sprinkle of greenery around your home will add warmth to it and make it look welcoming. You should also grow succulents indoors because they purify the atmosphere to make your home a better place to live in. So, here are the 10 must-have succulents to include in your indoor garden. Check out—

1. Haworthia Fasciata or zebra cactus

The zebra plant, native to Africa, is popular for its unique visual appeal. It has a neat organization of leaves that feature white-coloured horizontal stripes that appear beautiful. This tiny plant looks amazing, requires very little care, as well as takes up little space.

2. Snake plant

This succulent is also known as Mother-in-law’s tongue.  It is one of the easiest and most maintenance-free indoor plant. It’s also one of those plants you can grow without sunlight. That means the succulent can survive even in the darkest corners of your home and needs very little maintenance.

3. Aeonium Arboreum

The popular name of this succulent is tree Aeonium. The other names for this succulent plant include house tree leek, desert pinwheel rose, and Irish rose. It consists of large rosettes, showy yellow flowers, and thick woody stems. One can grow these subtropical shrubs as indoor houseplants as well as in the warm outdoors.

4. Crassula Perforate

One also calls these succulents as strings of buttons, and you can find it dominantly in South Africa. Since one can easily take care of them and have a shrubby growth pattern, these indoor houseplants have become quite popular in recent times. They contain short, triangular, and oval-shaped leaves and are known as the necklace vine, baby’s necklace, and pagoda plant in some parts of the world.

5. Echeveria Purpusorum

It is a small succulent plant and reaches up to 3 inches in diameter when mature. The leaves of this succulent have a triangle shape with pointed tips as well as sharp edges. Each leaf of this plant is approximately 1.5 inches long and around 1 inch broad. The colour of the leaves can range from light green to olive. Echeveria Purpusorum produces bright red flowers with yellow tips when it is in bloom.

6. Golden Glow Sedum Adolphii

The golden sedum is a less demanding plant that proliferates quickly and doesn’t require much maintenance. The leaves of this succulent are yellow and green. When grown under the sun, it takes on red-orange highlights that make it appear even more attractive. The plant grows up to 20 cm in height.

7. Haworthia Cymbiformis

Boat-formed haworthia is a stemless and small succulent that contains rosettes. These rosettes are made of pale, green-coloured leaves that have transparent tips and dark longitudinal stripes. The plants grow up to 10 cm in diameter and 8 cm in height. The leaves of this succulent are of boat-shape and fleshy. Haworthia Cymbiformis makes for really beautiful houseplants.

8. Crassula Ovata

This succulent is commonly referred to as a lucky plant or jade plant. It consists of small white or pink flowers and is native to South Africa. The amount of effort needed to maintain this plant is minimal, making it a popular houseplant. It needs less amount of water and can survive in many types of indoor conditions.

9. Haworthia Reinwardtii

This is an extremely popular species of succulents. It consists of rosettes that are dark green and come spotted with white bumps on the leaves. Also, these plants are easy to maintain and make for great indoor houseplants.

10. Pachyphytum Oviferum

These plants are popularly known as moonstones. They grow up to a height of 10 cm and a width of 30 cm. The plant contains pale blue green to bluish-purple coloured leaves that are arranged in a rosette right at the top of its stems.

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If you have a garden and a library, you have everything that you need. This is because, while a library can fuel your brain, nature can nourish your soul. Incorporating beautiful succulents into your indoor garden can bring a part of nature right into your home.

However, you have to admit that not all houseplants are easy to grow, particularly for beginners. But succulents can be grown indoors as houseplants and are very easy to raise and maintain. And when it comes to ease of maintenance, the above-mentioned ten succulents will surprise you with how less demanding they are. So, if you are looking for a beautiful indoor garden without putting in a lot of effort and time, then bringing home some succulents would be the best bet.