Succulent plants are wonderful plants with lots of character, especially for a Southwestern garden. They do well in hot, dry climates, and they fit into the look of many Southwestern-style buildings that have stucco walls and Spanish Mission-style tiles. Although succulent plants are hardy and easy to care for.
Enjoy these 10 gorgeous succulent plant photos, and plant some succulents of your own in your balcony container garden!
Many succulent plants grow in a rosette fashion, which creates beautiful spirals of thick, fleshy leaves. Photo by Duff Axsom.
Succulents will bloom with brightly colored flowers. Photo by Christine Maul.
Because they can grow in tight spaces, succulents can be grown in almost any container (like these candlesticks). Photo by Seeking the Muse.
Desert gardens look great with blue containers filled with succulent plants. Photo by J. Peterson.
When selecting succulent plants to grow in your garden, such as these Echeveria species, you have many colors to choose from. Photo by Greenery Nursery.
Succulents can survive in hot, dry climates with just a little bit of water. Their thick, fleshy leaves store water. Photo by Sean O'Hara.
Succulents do well in sunny spots, but many species can thrive in indirect light in shady gardens. Photo by Alex Proimos.
Succulent gardens can look clean and modern, which is often a decorating scheme of apartment-dwellers. Photo by Maegan Tinari.
Succulents are hardy and adaptable plants that you can use creatively to create a unique garden. Photo by Maegan Tinari.