Each leaf rolls under itself along the lengths, while the tip is flicked back inward to point at the center of the rosette. Senecio haworthii grows well in full sun to bright light indoors and is hardy just to 10, (30° F, -1° C). It can grow up to 30 centimeters or even more, and up to 15 centimeters in diameter.
It is simple to care for with diminutive appeal that blends well with other succulents or all by itself. There are densely spiny plants but also plants with no spines at all. Its fruit forms a star pattern. It is quite easy to keep rat tail cactus as a potted plant in colder climates, moving it indoors for the colder months. This aloe grows on a tall, erect stem, with triangular pointed sturdy leaves densely packed around it. They grow their roots into the bark of their host tree. 3. This is a complex hybrid made up of several other aloe varieties and is often mistakenly referred to as ‘Dorian Black.’ It has dark green leaves with creamy colored dashes covering the surface, creating an instantly recognizable pattern. Although it thrives in light, the noon sun can burn the plant.
Likely most people’s favorite fuzzy succulent, Kalanchoe tomentosa ‘Silver Panda’ has a number of upright leaves, shaped like bunny ears, covered in soft, silvery “fur”.
Plant it in a natural setting with gravel, large rocks, and wildflowers like poppies and lupine, along with desert shrubs and perennials such as globemallow and brittlebush. Pair them with other taller cacti, succulents, native grasses, native shrubs, and flowers. Sedum dasyphyllum thrives in full sun and is hardy to zone 8B, (15° F, -9°C). There are more than 20 species in the plant family that come in a variety of sizes. Native to the Sanora desert regions of North America, these plants require sun and minimum winter temperatures above 35 degrees Fahrenheit. The flowers close up during low light and open again in response to the sun.
I love fuzzies & actually do have a few. Hairy cactus species or cactus with white hair include Espostoa melanostele also known as Peruvian Old Lady, Cephalocereus senilis or Old Man Cactus, Mammillaria hahniana or Old Lady Cactus, and Opuntia polyacantha or Grizzly Bear Prickly Pear. The spines are usually dark and short. Golden barrel cactus can grow up to 4 feet tall. In his spare time, David enjoys spending time with his wife and two kids, as well as cultivating his own backyard garden. Younger plants prefer some light shade, but once mature, golden barrel cactus thrives in full sun. It thrives best indoors as it is sensitive to low temperatures. It can lead to rot. The last of the furry succulents on the list, Crassula mesembryanthemoides, hails from South Africa.