Indoor Succulents & House Plants: These succulents are ideal for use in your home or office. They can tolerate indoor conditions better than other succulents and will add life to desks, tables, centerpieces, and window sills without extensive maintenance.
Please Note: Not all succulents are a good fit for indoor growing conditions. Many brightly colored or cold hardy varieties require more sun and can fade or stretch if kept indoors.
When growing succulents indoors, good placement can make all the difference in plant health and appearance. Green varieties tend to tolerate the lowest light levels. To keep colorful varieties vibrant, we recommend placing them near a bright window or under a dedicated grow light. Use gritty soil and pots with drainage holes to prevent standing water and rot. To water, drench the plant deeply enough for water to run out the pot's drainage hole. Leave to dry in a sunny spot with great airflow and only water again when the soil is fully dry and the leaves just start to feel flexible.
The plants in this category are our favorites for indoor use, but there are even more to consider in these genera:
Looking for another way to grow plants indoors? Growing succulents from cuttings is a fun, simple process and all of the varieties listed here are well-suited to indoor containers. Succulent Cuttings Guide
For more inspiration and care tips regarding indoor plants, we recommend the following: