7 Winter-Friendly Succulent Plants

7 Winter-Friendly Succulent Plants

Homifine.com -- If you begin to cultivate decorative plants, winter will be challenging. In reality, they typically persih since they can't endure the cold. Some succulents struggle to survive the cold as well. Plants grow slowly, freeze, and perish. However, the following list of succulents may tolerate harsh winters:


Agave Victoria Reginae


This plant seems pronounced and active, with white patterns around the margins of the leaves. The sap from the terminal thorns can injure the skin, and the leaves are black. If you are going to prune this plant, exercise caution.


Euphorbia Rigida


The perennial evergreen shrub is indigenous to southern Europe. This little shrub has lovely yellow flowers and reaches height of 20 to 2 inches and widths of stout stem, the leaves are arranged in a spiral pattern. This plant can survive in temperatures between -6 and -12 degrees Celsius.

Parry Agave


This beautiful winter-hardy plant thrive in temperatures between -6 and -9 degrees Celsius. It has fleshy leaves with a dusty tone and spiky black spines on the tips. This plant grows into a tight rossen and blooms peacock and yellow flowers. The growth of the blossom, however, takes roughly 20 years.

Agave Ovatifolia


Agave ovatifolia is the name of the plant, which forms a rosette and develops to be between 2 and 3 feet tall and 3 to 6 feet broad. Capable of withstanding temperatures as low as -6 to -12 degrees Celsius. It has striking icy blue leaves that attract the eye. It is one of the chilly season plants that has tiny fangs on the edges of succulent leaves.

Yucca Thompsoniana


This plant can withstand temperatures between -10 and -15 degree Celsius and has slender leaves that resemble swords and dracaena. This tropical tree species may reach height of 6 to 12 feet and a trunk thickness of 5 to 8 inches. It feature white blooms that grow into egg-shaped fruit on the top,  2 - 3 foot high leaves.

Red Yucca


Carries the scientific name Hesperaloe parviflora, which refers to a species of grass with pink blooms on long, curved stalks. This plant withstand temperatures temperatures between -6 and -12 degrees Celsius because to its long, thin leaves.

Aloe Blue Elf


This blue elf kind of aloe vera, which has leaves that are blue-gray in color and light orange flower spikes, is more resistant to cold than other aloe vera types in the range of -3 to -6 degrees Celsius. One of the cool-season plants in the rock garden, this plant may thrive in poor soil.

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