In this article I share the best cold hardy succulents , all resistant to cold and frost.Not only do we talk about succulents that don’t die when they freeze, but about those that really thrive even when the winters are intense.There are two main varieties of succulents that can tolerate freezing temperatures, Sempervivums (commonly called hens and chicks) and Stonecrop Sedums.Most will tolerate temperatures down to -20 degrees Fahrenheit.
This time I want to talk about the Graptosedum or commonly known California Sunset Succulent.
It is an easy plant to grow, I highly recommend it to everyone who wants to start growing succulent as it has basic care.
Some of its characteristics are that it has a long growth which is is ideal for putting in place high.
One of the most beautiful and rare plants we can find is the bear paw succulent.
Or as other formal name Cotyledon Tomentosa
The Bear Paw succulent is a small succulent plant belonging to the Crassulaceae family.
It is native to South Africa, but thanks to its appeal, it is cultivated in much of the world.
The Black Prince Succulent is a very beautiful and different plant, which makes it ideal for adding to any plant collection.
It is an evergreen plant, which measures 15 cm high and 21 cm wide.
The black prince is characterized by forming rosettes of fairly compact leaves of about 16 cm in diameter and about 8 cm in height.
The Anacampseros Telephiastrum ‘Variegata’ is a succulent plant that belongs to the family of the Portuláceas and is of South African origin.
This plant grows forming rosettes that vary from green to scarlet red.
The underside of the leaves usually has a purplish-pink tone.
The Anacampseros Rufescens, native to South Africa, forms small spiralling rosettes with succulent green pointed leaves that turn purple in bright light.
This slow-growing succulent spreads out in clumping mats.
The Aeonium Zwartkop, also known as succulent black rose, black Aeonium or blackhead plant, belonging to the Crassulaceae family, originating in the Canary Islands or from different areas of Africa such as Morocco.
The Aeonium Sunburst is a succulent evergreen tree with large rosettes of different colors, 6-8 inches wide and 15-20 cm wide, with spoon-shaped fleshy leaves, native to the Canary Islands, on the northwest coast of Africa and belong to the family of the CRASSULACEAE.
The Adromischus Cristatus it is a succulent plant species, which belongs to the Crassulaceae family and is endemic to the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa.
It is a perennial plant, that is, that lives more than two years, with branches that grow straight and short about 2 to 5 cm long, covered with fine roots, which grow at ground level.