#11 Sand Dollar Cactus
Sand Dollar Cactus is spineless. The stem is divided into ribs, ranging from 5 – 11 in numbers. Yellow flowers bloom atop the stems and are followed by fruits that range from green, pink to red, covered in hair.
#12 Star Window Plant
Star Window Plant has jelly-like leaves that are arranged in a star-like rosette pattern, which can be up to 4-inches wide.
#13 Paper Spine Cactus
Paper Spine Cactus has soft and papery spines. Its contrast white, bell-shaped flowers with yellow throat amplify its beauty further.
#14 Aloinopsis luckhoffii
Aloinopsis luckhoffii is a miniature succulent. The fleshy geometric light grass-green, blue-green to dark purple leaves have gray-white bumpy dots.
#15 Echeveria gibbiflora ‘Barbillion’
Echeveria gibbiflora ‘Barbillion’ has a wide rosette of heavily carunculated leaves. The interesting fact about this succulent is its ability to change shape and color throughout the season.
#16 Ruby Necklace
Ruby Necklace is the bright purple trailing stem. Red stalks tower above the plant bear yellow, daisy-like flowers.
#17 Peruvian Old Lady Cactus
Peruvian Old Lady Cactus has a profusion of long, woolly spines at a very young age that covers the entire body of the plant. It also grows edible, berry-like fruits.
#18 Sea Dragon
Sea Dragon has leaves that are formed a stunning rosette in gray to red-green hues, it gets its name due to the bumps and ruffles.
#19 Crinkle Leaf Plant
Crinkle Leaf Plant has crinkled leaves that are covered entirely with tiny white hair and look as if covered in ash. Reddish-white tubular flowers grow on long stems.