If you like succulents, you’ll enjoy this list of the best trailing and hanging succulents. Plant them in hanging baskets or tall, narrow pots and watch the fat stems dangle down!
Succulents that hang or trail are becoming increasingly common due to their aesthetically pleasing appearance as they spill over from hanging baskets. It’s no surprise that these lovely “spillers” are suitable for any garden dish.
Succulents that trail and hang look great on shelves, windowsills, or suspended from the ceiling. Many types of hanging house plants can thrive in low-light environments. We recommend using well-drained soil and containers with large drainage holes to help excess moisture evaporate quickly and watering only when the soil is dry.
Annuals, ferns, and certain annual foliage plants aren’t the only plants grown in baskets and window boxes. You may also try these hanging succulents below for a change and because they require little care.
These trailing succulents will look great in your garden as well as in containers.
String of Pearls
Rat Tail Cactus
String of Hearts
String of Coins
String of Beads
String of Bananas
String of Buttons
Botanical Name: Aloiampelos Ciliaris
The Aloe genus includes over 500 flowering species. Climbing Aloe is an excellent choice for a trailing plant among those plants. They are simple to start and develop, but they also produce various flower colors. Slender succulents have become common ornamental plants among gardeners all over the world. Look at aloe varieties that can be grown in containers.
Variegated Trailing Jade
Botanical Name: Crassula Sarmentosa ‘Comet’
Crassula is the genus name for trailing jade. It can be learned to grow upright, upward, or trailing down and grows to about one foot in height with branches that grow to about three feet in height. Variegated leaves with a yellow border and a green center are true eye-catchers. Keep this plant in the sun to produce the most vibrant colors.