12 Perfectly Pink Succulents for Your Home
Add hues of dusty rose, magenta or bright coral to your growing greenhouse with these pretty pink succulents.
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Pink Moonstone Succulent
Soft, pebble-like pink moonstone succulents are super popular—and for good reason. Their uniquely pinky hues are what draws people to this houseplant. Bonus: This Etsy seller ships each moonstone inside its own pot, so you don’t need to worry about immediately replanting this guy.
These are the best flowering succulents to grow.
Crown of Thorns Succulent
Towering crown of thorn succulents bud small pink flowers. When caring for crown of thorns, you’ll want to make sure that they’re placed in a sunny spot. They need at least 6-8 hours of sunlight the first few weeks after arriving on your doorstep.
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Pink Mountain Rose Succulent
You’ll do a double-take when you see this plant—pink mountain rose succulents look almost identical to a classic rose. These guys are rare and oh-so-beautiful. Don’t worry if your rose succulent takes a little time to turn pink. It turns color once it’s done growing and when the weather is hot.
Pink Blue Bird Succulent
Each pink blue bird succulent is tipped with a pretty shade of dusty pink. Also a rare succulent, this one is specially imported straight from Korea. You can choose from one to four succulent heads from this Etsy seller.
Can Can Succulent
You’ve never seen a succulent as unique as the can can! Each can can succulent is one of a kind. This plant loves the sunshine so make sure to place it by a well-lit window for at least 6 hours a day.
Pink Ruby Succulent
Pink ruby succulents are bursting with a rich, pink color. For best results, give this houseplant tons of bright light. Like other colorful succulents, you only need to water the pink ruby once the dirt has completely dried out.
Pink Butterflies Succulent
There’s no wonder why this succulent is nicknamed the pink butterfly: It sprouts long budded leaves that are reminiscent of butterfly wings. The pink “plantlets” appear as the temperatures being to rise, around late spring to early summer. Psst—we also love this adorable bunny succulent.
Hanging succulents are infinitely better when they have delicate flowers blooming from them. Hang your cliffhanger succulent in a spot with indirect light. This Etsy seller even includes both a succulent pot and soil with your purchase!
Pink Blush Aloe
If you didn’t already know, aloes are a part of the succulent family. Vibrant blush aloes feature raised pink ridges and blossom orange flowers in late winter and early spring. This aloe plant can grow up to 12 inches tall and wide. They’re also one of the most invincible houseplants.
String of Hearts Succulent
Trailing string of hearts succulents are often hard to find, especially in the pink variety! Their leaves not only include shades of pink, but white, ivory and green, too. The best part? You can propagate this succulent.
Pink Jelly Bean Succulent
Pink jelly bean succulents get their name from, well, the way they look. These bean-like succulents are low-maintenance and grow easily with just a little sunshine and love. Water them less during the summer and cold winter and more during spring and fall.
Corn Cob Cactus Succulent
While this may look like a cactus plant, it’s actually part of the succulent family. Each corn cob cactus has a smattering of bright and dusty pink hues along its base. Use a well-draining soil and avoid overwatering to care for this plant.