These Colorful Succulents are low maintenance and can pretty up your gardens and container arrangements like no other plants.

1. Sticks on Fire

Botanical Name: Euphorbia tirucalli

Color: Yellow to Red

Popularly known as “Pencil Cactus,” the sap of this Euphorbia family plant is toxic. For the best color, grow it in full to part sun and water less.

2. California Sunset

Botanical Name: Graptosedum ‘California Sunset’

Color: Pink-Orange

This succulent has Echeveria like rosettes, the main attraction is orangish-pink like color. To make it look best, don’t grow it in shade. Check out these shade-tolerant succulents.

3. Santa Rita Prickly Pear

Botanical Name: Opuntia “Santa Rita”

Color: Violet, Pinkish-Red

This upright succulent plant has very attractive fleshy pads. This architectural plant grows best in hot climates (USDA Zones 9-12).

4. Blue Glow “Agave”

Botanical Name: Agave attenuata x Agave ocahui

Color: Blue

It’s a cross between Agave Attenuata and Agave Ocahui. It can grow up to 2 feet tall and wide similarly and can tolerate cold temperature down to 20 F (-6 C).

5. Campfire Plant

Botanical Name: Crassula capitella

Color: Apple Green to Red

Grow it in ample sunlight and it will show you why it’s known as “Campfire Plant.” It’s not cold tolerant and you’ll need to keep it indoors in winters, in a cool climate.

6. Echeveria ‘Wine Red’

Botanical Name: Echeveria agavoides cv. Wine Red

Color: Bright Red

Not just the tips but the whole plant can turn into this beautiful red wine color. It’s a rare variety!

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