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30 Beautiful Naturally Pink Succulents (With Names)

Updated: Jun 12

Pink succulents are a sight to behold. Paired with the chunky leaves and other subtle colours, they can be quite spectacular.

Pink and other colours usually show when succulents are stressed and some get more pink than others.

In this video i will show you my favourite pink succulents growing in my nursery Fern Farm Plants.

Echeveria Romeo

Romeo is the ultimate pink succulent. It's gorgeous waxy leaves turn multiple shades of pink throughout the year.

Echeveria Romeo is, however a bit of a drama queen and can be a little difficult to keep alive. It dislikes rain and high humidity.

Sedum rubrotinctum 'Aurora'

Aurora, or the pink jelly beans is a variegated version of the green and red species. The shiny, pink succulent leaves look their best during the cooler months.

Pink jelly beans may sometimes revert to the green, but is a wonderful succulent worthy a spot in any collection

Sedum spurium 'Tricolour'

This spreading pink and cream succulents is fantastic for borders and succulent gardens. The variegated leaves are eye-catching and will lift up any garden space.

Grafted Cactus Pink (Gymnocalycium)

Grafted cactus is two plants stuck together. You can read another article explaining how grafted cacti work.

The pink grafted cactus is a gorgeous pink and the colour is permanent. It is a great windowsill succulent and can live in smaller pots for a long time.

Echeveria Violet Queen

Violet Queen is one of my favourite succulents as it is beautiful and hardy. The pink in this plant usually comes through in the cooler months.

Graptopetalum paraguayense

If you're after a low maintenance, super hardy pink succulent, Graptopetalum paraguayense is your plant.

It is gorgeous, easy to grow and gloriously pink.

Graptoveria Fred Ives

Fred Ives is another super hardy, pink succulent. It can grow quite large and spread and is great in gardens and pots.

Sedeveria Starburst

Graptopetalum Mendozae

graptopetalum mendozae

Echeveria Hercules

Graptoveria Debbi

Ceropegia Woodii Variegata

Kalanchoe Fedtschenkoi Variegata

Echeveria Apus

Echeveria Perle Von Nurenberg

Echeveria Chihuahuensis

Echeveria Raindrops

Aeonium Sunburst

Graptoveria Opalina

Echeveria Morning Beauty

Echeveria Colorata Lindsayana

Echeveria Trumpet Pinky

Echeveria Prolifica

Echeveria Hera

Echeveria Lilacina 'Garroto"

Echeveria Blue Bird

Echeveria Pink Granite

Echeveria Halbingeri

Crassula Isabela

Pachyphytum Baby Finger

Sedeveria Starburst

A Quick FYI

Not all of these succulents are pink at all times. Colour gets influenced by many factors and succulents gain and lose colour throughout the year.

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