Succulent Identification Chart
Find your plant here:
This Succulent Identification Chart can help you find your plant: check the general description for some similar plants.
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Notice whether your plant is spiky, chubby, rosette forming or even has baby
plants hanging from the edges of the leaves to guide you to more
information on similar plants.
The many types of succulents that you can find in nurseries, garden centers, as a cutting from a friend or in large box stores is absolutely astounding.
With the interest in these plants widespread and on a level bordering on
fanaticism, it's hard to keep up with all the new and interesting introductions, and many times these plants are grouped into collections in the store, without proper labels.
If you're identifying succulents to
find out more about how to grow them successfully, this chart might help
narrow down your search.
Identify your succulent by:
- shape (strappy leaves)
- growth habit (rosette forming)
- by peculiar and unique distinguishing characteristics ( babies growing on the edges of the leaves).
Follow the links to other pages about each kind; click on the pictures below.
Tender Succulent Plants