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Bring home the cheery touch of these Stunning Succulents with Orange Flowers that’ll sit gracefully on your bookshelf or work desk, emanating a sense of energy that’s hard to ignore. When in full bloom, they make an eye-catching display without asking for much maintenance or care!
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Succulents with Orange Flowers
Albeit these stunners bloom orange blooms, some have a red, pink, or burgundy blush, multiplying their charm. Do your part by providing them with enough bright light and suitable growing conditions to enjoy the best blooms!
1. Tylecodon paniculatu
The gorgeous succulent features urn-shaped 15-20 mm long blooms on branched stems, contrasting with bright green, paddle-shaped leaves. The flowers are orange with a green tint. Other hues include dark red or purple-red, giving it a unique look.
2. Sedum palmeri
Sedum palmeri blooms with clusters of yellow-orange flowers In the spring. It is an evergreen succulent with several branching stems that produce rosettes of spoon-shaped, fleshy leaves with pointy tips.
3. Rebutia muscula
The Rebutia muscula blooms bright orange-red flowers and develops a low cushion covered in hairy white and dense spines— adding to its beauty and making it one of the best Succulents with Orange Flowers.
4. Rebutia fiebrigii
Rebutia fiebrigii is a small cactus that spreads to a height of 15 cm and is covered in light green tubercles with white, short, silky spines. It blooms with beautiful orange flowers that look stunning on the top.
5. Pachyphytum oviferum
Pachyphytum oviferum has thick, rosette-shaped leaves with bluish-purple to mild blue-green at the tips. From winter to the beginning of spring, bell-shaped deep red-orange flowers develop in clusters on arching, 30 cm long stalks giving it a unique look.
6. Opuntia rufida
Opuntia rufida is among prickly pear cacti without spines, growing up to 6 feet tall. It blooms numerous orange-yellow flowers in late spring, making it more attractive and a must-have Succulent with Orange Flowers indoors.
7. Lobivia jajoiana
This is a small-sized cactus popular for its multicolored blooms, which come in shades of yellow, vine-red, orange, and violet. Lobivia jajoiana can grow both alone and in clusters that look cute in small pots and large cups.
8. Lampranthus aurantiacus
Lampranthus aurantiacus blooms between June and August with red, pink, orange, and purple colors. It is a unique plant with triangular or round smooth and elongated leaves, giving it a beautiful contrast.
9. Kalanchoe х houghtonii
Known for its V-shaped leaves, this fantastic succulent grows to about 75 cm. Clusters of orange to red droopy flowers bloom atop the boat-shaped, fleshy, emerald-green leaves, spotted with purple flecks on the underside.
10. Kalanchoe rotundifolia
Native to Madagascar, Kalanchoe rotundifolia is popular by the names—Paddle Plant or Sacred Lotus Plant. It comes with flat, paddle-shaped leaves that are grayish-green in color and produces small clusters of white, pink, or orange flowers on tall stems.
11. Kalanchoe manginii
A compact plant with a rosette of glossy, dark green, lance-shaped leaves with reddish margins, it produces small clusters of pinkish-red flowers and orange-hued flowers on tall stems.
12. Kalanchoe blossfeldiana ‘Orange’
Kalanchoe blossfeldiana ‘Orange’ is a cultivar of Kalanchoe blossfeldiana that produces clusters of bright orange, double flowers on tall stems above its dark green, fleshy leaves. The flowers are one of the most long-lasting Succulents with Orange Flowers.
13. Graptoveria cv. Fred Ives
A cross between the Graptopetalum paraguayense and Echeveria derenbergii, it is a low-growing plant with rosettes of fleshy, rounded leaves that are blue-green in color with pink edges. In the summer, it produces pinkish-red and orange flowers on thin stems.
14. Ferocactus cylindraceus
It is a large, slow-growing cactus that can reach up to 5 feet in height and 3 feet and produces bright yellow, orange, to red flowers. A fantastic specimen for attracting pollinators to your kitchen garden!
15. Fenestraria rhopalophylla subs. aurantiaca cv. Fireworth
This succulent is an elegant plant with long, flat stems covered in spines. The plant produces bright orange flowers at the tips of its branches which are noted from a distance.
16. Echinopsis chamaecereus
Also known as the peanut cactus, this succulent reach up to 6 inches (15 cm) in height and 4 inches (10 cm) in width and produces funnel-shaped flowers in shades of pink, red, orange, or yellow.
17. Echeveria runyonii cv. Topsy Turvy
It is a small, rosette-forming plant with fleshy, grayish-green leaves with a slight pinkish tinge on their edges. In the spring and summer, the succulent produces tall, slender stems with small, bell-shaped flowers in shades of pink, orange, or yellow.
18. Echeveria purpusorum
Native to Mexico, Echeveria purpusorum has pointed leaves that are green with reddish margins. This plant looks stunning when its pink-orange flowers appear on long stalks in the spring and summer.
19. Echeveria pulv-oliver
Also referred to as Red Echeveria, this orange flowering succulent comes with green leaves that have a slightly hairy texture. The rosettes of this plant have a stunning appearance and produces flowers that are orange on the exterior and yellow on the inside.
20. Echeveria lilacina
Echeveria lilacina is a slow-growing plant that forms rosettes of fleshy, powdery-blue leaves with pink edges. It produces orange-colored flowers on tall stems and makes for one of the best Succulents with Orange Flowers.
21. Echeveria laui
Echeveria laui is known as one of the rare and highly sought-after species to feature rosettes of powdery blue-grey leaves and pale yellow-orange flowers on tall, slender stalks in the spring or summer.
22. Echeveria diffractens
Echeveria diffractens is a small rosette-forming plant with pale blue-green leaves with pink edges and tips, giving the plant a unique look. This succulent features yellow-orange flowers on long stems that bloom in summer.
23. Echeveria cv. Bombicina
Echeveria cv. Bombicina is prized for its tight, symmetrical rosettes that grow up to 6 inches (15 cm) in diameter. The tips of the leaves are often tinged with pink or red, and flowers are orange in color that thrive in containers in well-drained soil.
24. Echeveria cante
Echeveria cante is known for leaves that are thicker, narrower, and typically longer. The flowers of this plant are orange in color and about 23 mm long. When observed carefully, the petals of this plant are pruinose orange-pink on the outside and yellowish on the inside.
25. Echeveria bifida
Native to Mexico, Echeveria bifida has fleshy, spoon-shaped leaves with a powdery coating. This orange flowering succulent produces yellow, orange bell-shaped flowers on tall stems in the summer, adding warmth to your home.
26. Echeveria atropurpurea
Echeveria atropurpurea is a small, rosette-forming plant that grows up to 6 inches (15 cm) in diameter, with fleshy, spoon-shaped leaves. The leaves of this plant are green in the center and have reddish-purple edges, and it produces small, bell-shaped orange flowers on tall stems.
27. Echeveria ‘Doris Taylor’
Echeveria ‘Doris Taylor’ is a small, rosette-forming plant that grows up to 4 inches (10 cm) in diameter. These leaves are a blue-green color with pinkish tips, which can turn reddish in bright light. Echeveria ‘Doris Taylor’ blooms small flowers in orange hues.
28. Dudleya saxosa
It is a rosette-forming plant that grows up to 8 inches (20 cm) in diameter, with thick, fleshy blue-green leaves. Its leaves are spoon-shaped and have pointed tips with star-shaped flowers in the spring and summer. These flowers come in various hues like yellow, orange, or red.
29. Crassula perfoliata var. falcata
This perennial succulent grows up to 12 inches (30 cm) tall and wide, with fleshy, gray-green leaves that are triangular in shape and curve upward. Crassula perfoliata var. falcata produces clusters of small orange or pink flowers in the winter and spring.
30. Crassula columnaris
Crassula columnaris is an attractive, columnar-shaped succulent that features yellowish-orange flowers. The leaves have a powdery coating to protect the plant from intense sunlight.
31. Crassula capitella ‘Campfire’
Crassula capitella ‘Campfire’ grows up to 8 inches (20 cm) tall and wide, with fleshy, red-tinged leaves that are stacked in opposite pairs along the stem. This low-growing succulent has an attractive orange-red hue, with leaves featuring a striking flame pattern.