#21 Gandalf Jade (Crassula ‘Gandalf’)
A hybrid of horn-tree and minor, Gandalf has green tube-like leaves with purple-red edges.
#22 Miniature Pine Tree (Crassula Tetragona)
This low-maintenance succulent showcases needle-like, awl-shaped leaves having a rich hue of apple-green on small, trunk-like stems.
#23 Variegated Jade Plant (Crassula Ovata ‘Variegata’)
This easy-to-grow variety displays silver-white stripes on the green leaves. It also flowers in pink-white blooms.
#24 Crosby’s Red (Crassula Ovata ‘Crosby’s Red’)
Somewhat similar to the regular jade, it is much more compact and small. Expose the plant to the sun and it will take a magnificent hue of red.
#25 Ripple Jade Plant (Crassula Arborescens Undulatifolia)
This variety has rippled foliage. It’s also known as “curly jade plant.”
#26 Baby Jade Plant (Baby Jade Plant)
The baby jade plant has small leaves. It’s a natural bonsai and needs a little training to look like one, which is why we also added it to our list of best indoor bonsai trees.
#27 Yellow Rainbow Bush (Portulacaria Afra ‘Aurea’)
This slow-growing, sprawling groundcover succulent has beautiful red-brown stems and rounded pale yellow to light green leaves.
#28 Rainbow Bush (Portulacaria Afra ‘Variegata’)
Rainbow Bush features cream-colored foliage, pattern with light green center stripes, and a tinge of magenta on the edges of leaves.
#29 Trailing Elephant Bush (Portulacaria Afra ‘Cascade’)
This attractive succulent has maroon stems, covered with rounded fleshy leaves. It cascades beautifully over walls.
#30 Large Leaf Elephant Bush (Portulacaria Afra Macrophylla)
This attractive variety produces rounded, fleshy green leaves with red edges on dark red stems.