Burro’s tail is a heat- and drought-tolerant plant well suited for warm to temperate regions. The thick stems appear woven or plaited with leaves. The succulent is green to gray-green or even blue-green and may have a slightly chalky look.
This clump-forming plant has dark green fleshy foliage with white stripings all across that resemble zebra stripings. Growing up to 2-8 inches with tiny, yellow flowers, it is one of the best indoor succulents.
Money plant is popular and known for bringing positivity, prosperity, and good luck to the area. As per Vastu as well as Feng Shui, money plants have a strong effect on financial well-being. This air purifying plant is one of the best plants to energize the house by filtering air and increasing oxygen flow.
Echeveria elegans, the Mexican snowball, Mexican gem, or white Mexican rose is a species of flowering plant in the family Crassulaceae, native to semi-desert habitats in Mexico. Echeveria elegans is a succulent evergreen perennial growing to 5–10 cm (2–4 in) tall by 50 cm (20 in) wide, with tight rosettes of pale green-blue fleshy leaves, bearing 25 cm (10 in) long slender pink stalks of pink flowers with yellow tips in winter and spring.
It is a species of flowering plant in the cactus family Cactaceae. Instead of spines, it has numerous white or yellow glochids 2–3 mm long in dense clusters. They are barbed and thinner than the finest human hairs, detaching in large numbers upon the slightest touch.
It is commonly known as Houseleeks; this succulent grows in a cluster of the rosette. The main plant is known as the hen, and the offsprings around it are called chicks. These chick offsprings sprout their roots, becoming an independent plant.