Succulents for Shade

We have been putting together some examples to show succulent selections that do well in lower light, such as on the front porch, and even as house plants!

Look for our "Shade Corner" to find plants that will grow well without baking hot sun.

These are just a couple of outdoor containers we've planted:

These combinations will thrive in the landscape, as well. 

Indoor Succulent Gardening

Our designer Simone Lajeunesse created this indoor container garden, saying, “They will all do fine in the lower light.”

Plants clockwise from left:

Sansevieria

Aloe aristata-Lace and Torch Aloe

Hoya 'Tricolor'

Haworthia 

Zamioculcas zamiifolia




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