Fall is in the air, so are fall themed succulents!
If you’re dreaming of a succulent collection that includes every color in the rainbow, don’t forget about orange. These eye-catching orange succulents are perfect for adding a splash of vibrant color to your garden. Whether you’re interested in outdoor or indoor succulents, you’re sure to find the sunset-hued plant of your dreams on this list.
California Sunsets (Graptosedum) are easy to care for and propagate. They prefer partial sun, well-draining soil, and proper watering techniques. They can be propagated from seeds, cuttings, or offsets. They are an excellent plant for experienced and inexperienced gardeners. This succulent works great in a well drain planter indoors!
Golden Sedum is a trailing succulent that is ideal as ground cover or in hanging containers. At maturity, it can reach up to ten inches in height. When grown in partial sunlight, the oblong leaves take on a yellowish-green hue. However, the leaves become a brighter and more vibrant shade of orange with more sunlight! This will do well in either partial or full sun, but it will not develop the stunning orange color it’s known for with only partial sunlight. As with most succulents, Golden Sedum prefer well-draining soil and watering only when the soil is dry.
Sedum ‘Autumn Joy’ succulent is a dependable choice for the late summer and fall garden, offering foliage interest earlier in the season and then putting on a color display of bronze-red flowers in fall. Autumn joy is a more upright plant than most of the sedums, with fleshy, succulent leaves resembling those of the jade plant. Pink flowers first appear in early fall in the form of flat clusters of tiny flowers that gradually open through fall to produce reddish flowers that gradually turn bronze. This sedum is a type of succulent, related to hen-and-chicks (Sempervivum tectorum) and jade plant (Crassula ovata). All these plants feature water-hoarding leaves that grow best in soil that’s on the dry side. To keep this flower stems standing straight is to insert hoop or grow-through type stakes around plant clumps early in the season.
There’s nothing wrong with a garden full of green succulents, but if you’re looking to add a little panache to your collection, these orange succulents are just what you’ve been searching for. From pastel peach to vibrant sunset, there’s an orange succulent for every occasion. These gorgeous plants will make a statement anywhere you choose to plant them! If you are looking for indoor planters that can make a statement along with your succulent, visit Flymeawaycreations Etsy shop! At the shop you can browse through over 30 different planter designs that work well with succulents, cacti, and air plants!