8 Amazing succulents with impressive flowers
Types of succulents that in addition to the impressive morphology of their foliage also bloom with equally special flowers
One of the most beautiful succulents and one of the few that blooms in winter and specifically just before Christmas. The striking flowers appear on the edge of the leaves and are red, orange, pink, yellow, or white.
It is not one but a family of plants numbering more than 25 species, including some of the most common succulents. Each species of Sedum has a different form of leaves – flowers but everything blooms from spring to autumn with flowers in white, yellow, or pink.
In nurseries that have a variety of succulents, you will easily find the most popular species belonging to this family.
Perhaps the most famous succulent plant, it blooms most months of the year and is one of the easiest plants for outdoor and indoor use.
Its flowers cover almost the entire color spectrum, apart from blue, and the two-color varieties are also very impressive.
Very beautiful succulent with a special appearance and very fast growth.
All the varieties bloom from the end of spring and for the whole summer period and the most impressive is the Echeveria Doris Taylor with the very special orange-yellow flowers at the edge of the shoots. The leaves of this variety are not glossy but have a fluffy-velvety texture that gives the plant a slightly silver-green very beautiful appearance especially when it is in bloom.
Just like the plant itself, which belongs to the most growing succulents, the flowers of Aloe are equally large and can exceed 50cm in height. Their original color is bright red and recedes into orange-salmon as the flower withers.
In plants grown for leaf jelly harvesting, the flowers are cut and begin to bloom, so as not to absorb vital components of the plant, but if you have placed Aloe in the garden or in a pot for purely ornamental reasons, let them grow and cut them. when they are now dry.
Euphorbia – The thorn of Christ
The plant that most closely resembles the very special flowers and not its foliage in succulents, while the most characteristic in the morphology of Euphorbia is the thorny shoots whose myth connects them with the thorny wreath of Christ.
The most common varieties have flowers in red, but there are also varieties of Euphorbia with flowers in yellow, orange, or white or two colors.
Another family of succulents that includes several varieties with the most striking color Crassoula Falcata with flowers in a bright red hue.
The most typical variety of Crassula belongs to the most common and popular species of succulents for planting in flower beds or planting pots, characterized by very thick foliage and blooms in summer with white or white flowers appearing at the top of the shoots in the form of a small bouquet.
One of the fastest-growing succulents for ground cover or for planting in high places from where the shoots hang vertically creating a very special image.
The minimal care it requires and its drought resistance make the Aptenia ideal for ground cover anywhere in a garden while it is perfectly suitable and durable for planting in coastal locations.
It blooms during the summer with small pink-purple flowers that have a yellowish hue in the center and give the plantings a real two-tone … carpet look.