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Eden Succulents


Most succulents love to get bright, indirect sunlight. However, giving them adequate lighting can be challenging, especially if you live in a place that doesn’t get a lot of natural light. Fortunately, succulents are highly adaptable, so some varieties can still thrive even in the shade.

If you want to grow succulents indoors but you don’t have a proper lighting condition, and you don’t want to use a grow light, you’ve still got options. There are a bunch of succulents that can tolerate low levels of light and will survive with whatever artificial light or ambient sun inside the room.
Below are some succulents that do well in low-light conditions:

Jade Plant

Commonly known as the Crassula Ovata or Money Plant, the Jade Plant is relatively easy to keep indoors. It’s a pretty common variety that is usually found both indoors and outdoors. They look like miniature trees and are very attractive as houseplants.

A Jade plant can grow tall and can reach a height of almost three feet. You might not even recognize that a bush is, in fact, a jade plant when you’re just looking at it from afar.

The Jade Plant is highly resilient; that’s why it can grow big. It can survive harsh conditions with the help of woody stems. Not all succulents are woody and can bounce back from extended periods of not getting enough care and attention. A Jade plant can still recover even after losing all its leaves. Jade plants can live long and are usually passed from generation to generation.

If you’re looking to grow your own Jade Plant, you can buy one here.

Aloe Vera

There’s no doubt about Aloe Vera being the most popular succulent in the whole world. It’s probably the most common houseplant out there. It’s the top plant choice even for people who don’t enjoy gardening.

Aloe vera is very easy to care for, and everyone, even non-gardeners, can grow it. You need to place it somewhere bright with indirect sunlight or artificial light, like near a kitchen window. Remember not to let the sun rays to hit it directly.

Aloe vera is also known to be a medicinal plant. The gel from aloe vera can be applied on the skin to soothe sunburns, and the juice can also be an excellent cleansing drink.

Aloe vera is a very useful succulent that must be grown in every household. If you don’t have one yet, you can get your Aloe Vera here.

Snake Plant

Snake Plant

Also called Sansevieria trifasciata or Mother-In-Law’s Tongue, the Snake Plant is considered the ultimate indoor plant. They are highly resilient and thrive on neglect. You don’t need to worry about them dying because it’s almost impossible to kill them. They can survive with infrequent watering and low to no light conditions.

A Snake Plant has long green leaves that point upwards. Some varieties have yellow edges on their leaves. You can find Snake Plants all over the world, so it’s not very easy to find one to grow in your home. If you want to buy one, you can check some Snake Plants here.


Haworthias are native to South Africa and Southwest Africa. They’re a large genus of dwarf succulents. They are often mistaken as Aloe vera because of their physical similarities. Haworthias form rosettes of fleshy green leaves with white bands that make them distinct from Aloe vera.
This plant thrives in low light conditions and requires infrequent watering. Haworthias are often sold in garden stores, but you can also buy them online.

Burro’s Tail

The Burro’s Tail is known by several other names including Sedum Morganianum and Donkey Tail Plant. It’s a trailing succulent and the easiest to grow among its kind. They do well as indoor hanging plants, and they’re great to put beside the window, on the balcony, or on a patio. Make sure to place your Burro’s tail out of the way as their leaves easily fall off when disturbed. But you can always use the fallen leaves to propagate your plant by putting the leaves on a succulent soil mix.

You can order your Burro’s tail here.

Bear’s Paw

Bear’s Paw, or Cotyledon tomentosa, is a shrublet that grows up to 30cm tall. It has fleshy, lime green leaves that are covered with tiny white hairs, which lend the plant a velvety look. Some of its leaves have one to three apical teeth that resemble a bear’s paw.

Bear’s Paw loves bright, shaded areas where it doesn’t get much direct sunlight. It has an unusual growth pattern, so you won’t easily notice if it’s etiolated. A Bear’s Paw blooms in late spring, producing clusters of bell-shaped flowers in yellow and orange hues.

Purchase your very own furry plant here.

Ponytail Palm

Despite its name and appearance, the Ponytail Palm is not a real palm. It’s a succulent native to Mexico. It stores water in its cute little chubby waist. It’s slow-growing and low-maintenance. When grown indoors, its leaves can grow to 3 feet long.

The Ponytail Palm is perfect if you’re looking for a leafy plant for your indoor space. It’s easy to care for, and the only problem you’ll likely to face is having to refrain from watering it too often.

The Ponytail Palm is not a very common succulent, so it can be challenging to find. But it’s relatively easy to get one online.

Holiday Cacti

Holiday Cacti

The Holiday Cacti is a group of plants that include the Christmas Cactus, Thanksgiving Cactus, and Easter Cactus that all belong to the Schlumbergera genus. These three plants were named according to the time of the year that they bloom. They are all easy to grow and have similar growth patterns and care requirements.

The Holiday Cacti are not drought-tolerant, and they tend to require more water than other succulents. They prefer nights and cold temperatures.
You can get your Holiday Cacti here.


The Hoya plant is often called Wax Plant because of its thick, waxy leaves. It’s a tropical indoor plant native to Southern India, East Asia and Australia. It’s a highly resilient succulent that does not require direct light. They are not cold hardy, so make sure to protect them from the frost.

Hoya plants are usually grown in hanging basket and place inside the home. They produce beautiful star-shaped flowers that make them more attractive.

Buy your Hoya from here.

Having a lush and vibrant succulent inside your home is achievable, thanks to these low-light loving succulents. If you’re still looking for the best indoor plant, please check the links we included so you can have your succulents delivered right on your doorstep.

What other succulents do you grow? We’d love to hear your experience with growing them!

Crassula ovata 'Jade Plant'

Crassula ovata 'Jade Plant'

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Alluring Aloe Collection of Live Aloe Plants

Alluring Aloe Collection of Live Aloe Plants

INCLUDED IN PURCHASE | (3) Aloe Vera plant. Each plant may vary from pictures shown as succulents are hand selected based on season, size, health, and readiness.
AMERICAN PLANT EXCHANGE Sansevieria Trifasciata Snake Laurentii Live Plant

AMERICAN PLANT EXCHANGE Sansevieria Trifasciata Snake Laurentii Live Plant

Sansevieria, or the mother-in-law’s Tongue/ snake plant as it’s commonly known is a truly remarkable and striking easy Care houseplant. They seem to be indestructible house plants that never seem to die, or need fertilizer or water.
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Shop Succulents Burrito Sedum Succulent Plant

INCLUDED IN PURCHASE | (1) Hanging Burrito Sedum in 6″ pot. Each plant may vary from pictures shown as plants are hand selected based on season, size, health, and readiness.