Not all succulents are happy houseplants. Here are 10 that can survive the often-challenging conditions of indoor living
“You really can’t go wrong with these indoors,” says Baylor Chapman, author and founder of San Francisco-based Lila B. Design. “Burrito is my favorite sedum as the leaves are plump and so cute.” She recommends growing them in a hanging vase, as the clusters of tiny burrito-shaped leaves grow in long draping tendrils.
Growing Conditions: Burrito is happy in low light, but wouldn’t complain about bright indirect sun either. Once established, Chapman warns against moving Sedum morganianum around too much: “The plump leaves easily fall off if jostled, but don’t worry, your plant will still thrive even with a few less leaves.”