Interesting Names Of Succulents

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Interesting names of succulents, named after food

Named after animals, edible succulents

  • Named after animals
  • Named after food
  • Edible succulents


Named After Animals

Rat’s tails

donkey tails

Panda plant

Fox’s tails

Monkey’s tails

Elephant bush

Zebra Aloe

Tiger's jaw

Pig's ear

Tiger’s aloe


Named After Food


Othonna capensis pickles

Pork and beans

Aeonium ‘Chocolate’

Aeonium ‘Lime Truffles’

Crassula‘Candy Cane’

Sedum Chocolate balls


Sedum ‘Lemon Ball’

Aeonium ‘Merlot’

String of watermelons

Just make a fun of the succulents, they are not edible

Well, we do have some edible succulents

They can be eaten in a variety of ways: raw, grilled, juiced, or mashed. The best part? Most of these are easy to grow!


Dragon Fruit

Peel off the red skin and eat the white, fleshy part. You can eat it while raw, but it might taste better in a smoothie or salad.

Barrel Cactus

It looks unappetizing because of the dense spines, and it is not very tasteful but if you’re ever lost in the desert and dying of thirst or hunger, this can be only few options.

ground up.

Stone Crops, Sedum

Try stir fry or serve with salad. You wouldn’t treat iit as food, would you?

Prickly Pear

Prickly Pear, Indian Fig, Cactus Pear – whatever you wanna call it, this is among the most delicious of succulents. Be very careful when you pick them as there are many tiny thorns on the surface of the skin.

Aloe, Aloe barbadensis

Everyone knows that is good medicine for burns. You might have even tried one of those aloe drinks!

Eat the flesh inside after peeling the skin.








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