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I’m guessing you are here because you just learned about succulents and now you would like to grow some! Awesome! Succulents are amazing houseplants and also amazing outdoor plants. They truly make any indoor or outdoor garden look so amazing!

Succulents don’t need much water which is great, but they do need about 6 hours of sunlight every single day. Succulents are amazing plants and they are very easy to grow and care for! Just make sure you follow proper watering, lighting, soil, etc and you should be good!

Our top 5 succulents for beginners would be the jade plant succulent, the aeonium black rose, aeonium kiwi, irish rose, and the panda plant succulent! These 5 succulents are very easy to grow for beginners!

By the end of this article, you will know 5 beautiful succulents for beginners. These succulents are very easy to grow and care for! You will also learn a little care guide for each of these beginner succulents!

Let’s begin!

1. The Jade Plant Succulent

Starting with number one we have the jade plant succulent. The jade plant succulent, also known as the crassula ovata sunshine, is a very well known succulent that looks absolutely beautiful!

The jade plant succulent is an amazing succulent for beginners. The jade plant is known as the weeds for succulents, meaning they can literally grow anytime, and anyplace. They are literally so easy to grow and care for, you will literally have to try to kill this succulent on purpose to do so!

The jade plant succulent has amazing green leaves that will also form beautiful red edges once it receives their sunlight. If you only grow it in full shade and not give it any sunlight then they will just stay green and not form their beautiful red colors as well.

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The jade plant is very easy to grow and care for. Just make sure to use fast/well draining succulent and cactus soil, this is important to prevent overwater and root rot. Also make sure that you are giving this succulent at least 6 hours of sunlight every single day to prevent etiolation and to give it its beautiful bright red colors

When it comes to watering the jade plant succulent, only water once a week or when the soil looks or feels very dry. Lookout for underwatering symptoms, those would be dry/wrinkled leaves. If you see those symptoms then water your jade plant immediately!

The jade plant succulent is a very amazing succulent for beginners. It’s very easy to grow and care for! It’s also such an amazing beautiful succulent, that’s very common in the succulent world. The jade plant succulent is simply amazing!

2. The Aeonium Black Rose Succulent

Next on our list is the aeonium black rose succulent! Also known as the black rose “zwartkop” this succulent is a great succulent for beginners. It’s very easy to grow and care for and it’s super beautiful!

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This succulent can be grown indoors or outdoors, it’s your choice! The aeonium black rose is very common in southern california, you will literally see them everywhere outdoors! It’s a very popular succulent that a lot of beginners should definitely grow!

It requires at least 6 hours of sunlight every single day. This will avoid etiolation and help it produce its beautiful black/purple colors. It will also need to be grown using fast/well draining succulent soil, to prevent overwatering and root rot.

Make sure you give your black rose succulent water once a week or when the soil looks or feels completely dry. Watch out for dry/wrinkled leaves. If you do see dry/wrinkled leaves then water your black rose succulent immediately.

3. The Aeonium Kiwi Succulent

Next on our list sitting at number 3 is the aeonium kiwi succulent! Talk about such a beautiful succulent for beginners! The aeonium kiwi has stunning green, yellow, and red leaves that make such an amazing indoor or outdoor succulent decoration.

This succulent is also very popular in the succulent world, all because it kinda looks like a kiwi! That’s where this succulent gets its unique name. The colors and the shape of this succulent remind succulent growers of the kiwi fruit!

Very easy to grow and care for. You can grow this succulent indoors or outdoors, it’s up to you! Make sure to give it at least 6 hours of sunlight every single day. Use fast/well draining succulent soil, water it once a week or when the soil feels or looks dry.

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The aeonium kiwi succulent is such an amazing succulent for beginners, we definitely recommend it! It truly looks very stunning and it makes such an amazing edition to your outdoor or indoor garden! Definitely give this succulent a try, you will fall in love with it. You also won’t have any trouble growing it because it’s so easy!

 

4. Irish Rose Succulent

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4th on our list in the beautiful, well known, popular succulent the irish rose succulent. The irish rose succulent is a great succulent for beginners, simply because it’s very easy to grow and care for.

The irish rose succulent is an aeonium succulent that has rosette shaped green, yellow, and red leaves. This succulent is very popular and a lot of succulent lovers want to grow it, all because of how rare and beautiful they are! Irish roses are literally known as the roses of succulents, truly one of the most stunning succulents out there.

They are great for beginners because this is another type of succulent that grows like a weed. This succulent is truly very easy to grow and care for, it would be very hard to kill this succulent. It’s very very hardy and just very simple to grow.

Irish roses don’t take much to grow healthy and happy. Just fast/well draining succulent soil, proper watering about 1-2 days a week, and at least 6 hours of sunlight every single day. You can grow it indoors or outdoors, it’s your choice. 

This is truly a great succulent for beginners and I definitely recommend it because of how easy it is to grow and care for. Also it’s one of the most beautiful, rarest succulents out there, and many succulent lovers want to grow this succulent. Definitely give it a try!

5. Kalanchoe Panda Plant Succulent

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Last but not least on our list is the kalanchoe panda plant succulent! This is an amazing succulent for beginners and every single beginner should grow it for sure! It’s so beautiful and common, a lot of succulent lovers love it!

It’s called the panda plant succulent because it has colors just like a panda. It has green/blue leaves with little black dots on them. It’s a very lovely succulent that will make an amazing indoor or outdoor succulent garden decoration.

The panda plant succulent is also very easy to grow and care for. This is why we recommend growing it as a beginner. You can grow it indoors or outdoors, it's your choice. It’s very important that you just use the proper growth and care requirements.

Proper growth and care requirements for the panda plant succulent would be giving it at least 6 hours of sunlight every single day. Making sure you use fast/well draining succulent soil, and simply making sure you only water it once a week or when the soil looks or feels very dry. Follow these quick tips and you will grow healthy panda plant succulents.

The panda plant succulent is a great succulent to grow if you are a beginner. We definitely recommend growing this succulent simply because of how easy it is and how beautiful and unique it is. You will truly fall in love with the panda plant succulent, it’s one of our favorite succulents out there.

That’s it!

That right there are our top 5 succulents to grow for beginners! The 5 succulents that we listed are truly amazing and beautiful! They are all very easy to grow and care for as well. These succulents are truly hard to kill!

These 5 succulents are super beautiful as well! Whether you grow these succulents indoors or outdoors, you will truly love growing these succulents. They make the most beautiful indoor or outdoor garden decorations!

You can grow all of these succulents indoors or outdoors, it’s your choice! These are great for beginners because they are super easy to grow and care for and they are just simply so beautiful and amazing!

We hope this article brought you some great information today! We also hope you move forward and grow these succulents one day. You will fall in love with these beginner succulents and then move on to more beautiful succulents!

Best of luck growing these!

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