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Know About 50+ Rare Succulents Plant Which Worth Buying 2022

Many gardeners have taken up the pastime of collecting and growing various varieties of succulents in recent years. They are continuously on the lookout for Rare Succulents that are Truly Unique to add to their collection in this quest. This list features some of the stunning succulents you’ll be happy to own!

Succulent plants have been increasingly popular in recent years, thanks to their low-maintenance requirements as well as the variety of these intriguing plants. Some succulents have anatomical adaptations and hues that make them appear like they belong on another planet rather than on your windowsill.

1. Ruby Necklace

The vibrant purple trailing stems are the first, and the foremost thing is, these plants will take anyone’s breath away. It’s also known as Little Pickles because of its stunning foliage, which has a bean-like form and complements the multicolored stems—the plant’s red stalks topped with yellow daisy-like blossoms.

Rare Ruby Necklace Succulent

2. Living Rock Cactus

living-rock-succulent ariocarpus-fissuratus

The tops of the stems are spherical and appear to have been squished. The yellowish-green stem can reach a height of 8-10 inches and a width of 10-12 inches. Despite the unusual curvature of the stems, the white blossoms are magnificent and cover the entire succulent.

3. Plant with Crinkle Leaves

The crinkled leaves are completely covered in microscopic white hair and appear to be ash-covered. Long stems with red-colored white flowers can reach up to 8-10 inches.

Adromishus cristatus key lime pie succulent 3 1800x1800 compressed

4. Living Stone [Pebbles]

Lithops ruschiorum var ruschiorum

The Mesebrianthemaceae family includes this slow-growing plant that looks like lithops. The stems are clumpy and relatively spherical, and globular. The body is covered with dotted lines, with a crack in the center from which the flower emerges.

5. Plover Eggs

This branching succulent doesn’t go very tall, although it can reach a height of 15-20 cm. The leaves are narrow of this cactus at the base and large, wavy, and too flat at the edges. The pink flowers grow on a 10-14 inch tall inflorescence.

Adromischus-cooperi- plover eggs succulent

6. Baby Toes

Baby toes succulent -Fenestraria rhopalophylla

Because of their similarity to stubby baby toes and small rocks are also known as living stones. It belongs to the same family as lithops. It’s simple to multiply by separating leaves from their clusters. The lovely white blossoms, like the sunflower, follow the sun.

7. Sand Dollar Cactus

The spinelessness of this cactus, which grows to be 2-3 inches tall, is a plus. The stem is split into ribs ranging from 5 to 11. Yellow flowers bloom atop the stalks, followed by hairy fruits ranging from green to pink to red.

Sand dollor cactus - Astrophtum_Asterias

8. Plant for Baseball

Baseball succulent - euphorbia-obesa

Its shape is practically spherical when young, and it resembles a baseball, hence the name. In addition, the 8 to 10 ribs make the framework appear to be stitched along with others. It becomes increasingly dome-shaped as it matures, reaching a height of 8 inches.

9. Paper Spine Cactus

The delicate and papery spines covering the knobby stems gave this cactus its name. These spines wrap up in a way that gives it a ribbon-like look from a distance. Its white, bell-shaped blooms contrast with a golden throat, enhancing its attractiveness.

Paper Spine Cactus

10. Calico Hearts

calico hearts

It is distinguished by red-purple spots sprinkled throughout the fleshy leaves of calico hearts. Rich crimson veins run over the margins of the gray-green leaves. Furthermore, its distinctive foliage, accompanied by tube-shaped flowers that bloom in the summer, may steal anyone’s heart.

11. Window Plant with a Star

This succulent is sometimes mistaken with aloe because of its dark-green fleshy leaves. Star window succulent leaves are variegated and feature sharp tapering tips. These jelly-like leaves form a star-like rosette design that can be up to four inches across.

Haworthia cuspidata star windows succulent

12. Cactus with a Rainbow Hedgehog

chinocereus rigidissimus rainbow Hedgehog cactus

In the summer, the magenta and pink flowers of the rainbow cactus are a wonderful treat. Bands of glossy pink spines cover the stem, naturally curled inward. In addition, as the plant matures, the hue of the pink spines fades to yellow.

13. Vahondrandra

This aloe, which is only found in Madagascar, is extraordinarily uncommon and highly endangered. Underwater stress, Aloe helenae’s recurved green leaves become crimson. The inflorescence of this aloe is magnificent, gradually unfolding into hundreds of tiny flowers.

Aloe helenae Vahondrandra

14. Ariocarpus bravoanus

Ariocarpus bravoanus

Ariocarpus is a rosette-shaped plant with dark green and triangular tubercles in Mexico. On top of the lovely rosettes, its cream-colored woolly areolas are even more stunning. Its funnel-shaped blossoms, on the other hand, add to the charm.

15. Ocotillo White

The ocotillo’s woody caudex, densely packed with copper-colored spines and green leaves, is the most attractive. This succulent resembles a hybrid of bonsai and cactus. During the spring, it also develops tube-like crimson blooms.

ocotillo white Fouquieria splendens

16. Aloinopsis luckhoffii

Aloinopsis luckhoffii

Aloinopsis luckhoffii is a small succulent that grows 3 inches tall when fully grown. It is native to South Africa. Gray-white rough spots dot the fleshy

light grass-green, blue to dark greenly purple leaves. It thrives in direct sunlight.

17. Barbillion Echeveria gibbiflora

“Barbillion” produces a rosette of highly carunculated leaves 14-18 inches across. The capacity of this succulent to alter shape and color throughout the season is a fascinating feature. Overwatering can lead to fungal problems, so be careful.

Echeveria gibbiflora

18. Pies from Heaven

Kalanchoe rhombopilossa pie from heaven

This lovely succulent is endemic to Southwest Itampolo, Madagascar. It produces delicate, fleshy, somewhat hairy silver-green leaves with brown markings on woody, slender, erect stems with long hair. Grow the plant in a bright, sunny area.

19. Pig's Ear Plant

The Arabian Peninsula and South Africa are home to this hardy succulent. The thick, red-rimmed oval leaves look like pig’s ears. This rare succulent is very trendy among succulent plants lovers. Growing this succulent needs minimal care; generally, this succulent thrives well in dry conditions, so watering this plant when soil is dried.

pig's ear plant

20. 'Frizzle Sizzle' Albuca Spiralis

Frizzle Sizzle Albuca Spiralis

‘Frizzle Sizzle’ is a South African native. Narrow leaves with twisted curled ends characterize this spiral-grass-like succulent. The underground bulb produces tightly coiled leaves. The shrub has beautiful yellow blooms in the spring.

21. Aden glauca is a species of Aden

Adenia glauca is a one-of-a-kind caudiciform succulent with a beautiful green trunk and delicate gray-green to glaucous leaves. The plant blooms with creamy-green flowers in the spring.

Aden glauca

22. Dragon of the Sea

Sea Dragon

It derives its name from the bumps and ruffles that form a lovely rosette in grey to red-green tones. Please keep it in direct sunshine, and its wavy leaf will continue to astound you! It’s one of those rare succulents that’s truly one-of-a-kind!

23. Nerve Plant

These plants are also known as Fittonia because of their colorful leaf veins. Even the most mundane areas in your home will be enlivened by their brilliant colors and interesting designs.

Nerve Plant

25. Hoya Hearts

Hoya Hearts

Hoya kerrii, sometimes known as the sweetheart plant, is unquestionably the most charming succulent available. It’s a favorite Valentine’s Day gift (for obvious reasons) and, like other succulents, is extremely low-maintenance to care for. It’s commonly offered as single-leaf cuts, as shown above, but it’s also available as a whole plant with vines covered with tiny heart leaves.

26. Cactus Zig Zag

Despite the fact that its scientific name is Selenicereus anthonyanus, it is most generally referred to as the zig-zag or fishbone cactus. It’s low-maintenance, like other cacti, and produces bright pink flowers when it blooms.

Cactus Zig zag

27. Aglaonema crimson

Aglaonema crimson compressed

This easy-to-care-for houseplant makes a statement with brilliant pink stems and crimson or deep pink-tipped foliage. It will grow (and stay colorful) in medium to bright indirect light, but it can also survive (and stay colorful) in reduced light.

28. Staghorn Fern

Ferns come in a wide variety of forms and sizes, but this rare succulent is one of the most unusual. The strangely formed leaves that mimic animal horns have given this cultivar its name.

Staghorn Fern

29. Rabbit or bunny Ears Succulent

rabbit succulent

These small bunnies, also known as Monilaria obconica, will soon lose their rabbit-like appearance (their “ears” will grow longer and longer while their base remains the same), but you can’t deny that they’re adorable.

30. Haworthia Cooperi

Even though it appears to have a cluster of bubbles on it, it is the clusters of little rosettes composed of fleshy green leaves that distinguish this plant.

Haworthia Cooperia

31. Coral Cactus

coral cactus

Euphorbia lactea is a gorgeous cultivar that looks more like a brilliant oceanic coral reef than a cactus and thrives in a bright climate with little water.

32. Succulent Donkey's Tail

Sedum Morganianum, often known as Donkey Tail, is an unusual succulent type with spreading stems that grow up to 24 inches long and spherical, blue-green leaves.

Succulent Donkey's Tail

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Pradeep works as a gardener since 2015; currently, he worked as a blogger at He loves to write about succulents and many other unusual plant care and propagation tips.