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Best Window Succulents

Our list of the best window succulents is based on the light availability in different parts of the house, so they thrive all year round!

Because succulents are very easy to care for, they can make great houseplants as long as they are placed correctly. Here are the prettiest ones to keep on or near bright window sills!

Best Window Succulents

1. Jade plant

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Botanical name: Crassula Ovata

The Jade plantKnown as a symbol of prosperity, can be an ideal complement to facing east Window where it will thrive in the morning sun.

2. Crown of thorns

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Botanical name: Euphorbia milii

It is Juice is poisonous, and ingestion may cause symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Stay tuned window sill ensures it stays out of the reach of curious pets and children!

3. Banana string

Succulents for WindowsBotanical name: Senecio Radicans

This hanging succulent with its banana-shaped leaves thrives in gentle morning sunlight, making it perfect for placing/hanging near an east-facing window.

4. Snake Plant

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Botanical name: Sansevieria

With its upright, pointed leaves, the snake plant is an easy-care succulent cleans the room air. Because it’s great for low light, it can be a good addition to a dimly lit windowsill.

5. Aloe Vera

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Botanical name: Aloe barbadensis miller

Aloe Vera is characterized by its pointed leaves, which you can also use, for example Skin care routine. Check out our other aloe display ideas Here.

6. Fishbone cactus

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Botanical name: Epiphyllum anguliger

Fishbone cactusWith its leaves in a zigzag pattern, it is perfect for sunny windowsills where it drapes elegantly!

7. Tiger Jaws

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Botanical name: Faucaria tigrina

If you want to see it, place it near the sunniest window of your home in September or early winter yellow flowers or a change of color of its leaves!

8. Dwarf agave

Dwarf agave succulent plant near the window

Dwarf Agaves (Agave ‘Blue Glow’, Agave desmettiana ‘Variegata’ and Agave ‘Queen Victoria’) love sunshine, just like the larger species – the East or the East South window is the best.

9. Panda Plant

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Botanical name: Kalanchoe tomentosa

Place the panda plant on a bright windowsill – however, it grows well in both sun and shade. You will surely love the leaves on the long stems!

10. Burro’s tail

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Botanical name: Sedum morganianum

If you want to add hanging stems full of lush green leaves to your window, this is the plant for you! Grow them in pairs for best effect!

11. Cacti

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Cacti They require at least 3-4 hours of bright, direct sunlight to thrive. Place these in a sunny window for optimal growth Flowers.

12. Holiday cactus

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These cacti grow best in hanging baskets and thrive near bright windows. They have stems full of stunning flowers!

13. Living stones

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Botanical name: Lithops

If you want this to remain pebbly juicy happy – make sure it gets at least 5-6 hours of bright light every day. Any sunny location is a good choice!

14. Ghost Plant

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Botanical name: Graptopetalum paraguayense

The ghost plant is an easy-care specimen; You need to keep it near a south or east facing window and watch it get full in no time!

15. Pearl necklace

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Botanical name: Senecio rowleyanus

Pearl necklace is great for hanging baskets or high shelves near windows, especially where there is gentle sunlight in the morning and shade in the afternoon.

16. Zebra cactus

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Botanical name: Haworthia margaritifera

This succulent resembles the stripes of a zebra and will add a visual delight to any room! The best part – it grows well both in the sun and in the shade.

17. Flowering Kalanchoe

Botanical name: Kalanchoe blossfeldiana

How can we forget the most popular flowering succulent? This one is great for any bright windowsill where it can bask in the sun better flowers!