Most beginner plant parents want to start with succulents. Their biggest mistake is when they get them they instantly want to take care of their pant baby, but really they are super low-care houseplants. They store water, and need little attention. When leaves drop off just stick them in dirt, and WALA! New plant baby. 


Money Maker 

String of Pearls 

String of Pickles 

String of Hearts

String of Banana

Purple Perle


Kalanchoe Flapjack

Cassula Calico Kitten 

Crassula Cephalophora

Echeveria Filiferum 


Easy Care Facts:


No extra humidity needed. 


average room temperatures between 60-80 degrees


Use succulent fertilizer 1-3 times per year during warmer months. 


Stop it right now. Your succulent does NOT need as much water as you think. This is the most common reason why people often tend to kill them. Wait until the soil is completely dry before watering and when the leaves start to shrivel a little. In the winter time you may only need to water them 2-3 times. Water thoroughly so the roots have a chance to soak up the moisture. Make sure after watering there is no standing water; which would eventually lead to root rot. 


Some succulents are non-toxic; while others can be moderately toxic to humans and pets, so to be safe keep them up and away.