If you're a passionate plant enthusiast like myself, then you know there's something truly captivating about the allure of purple succulents. These delightful plants bring a touch of whimsy to your indoor garden and add a beautiful splash of color to any space. Join me on a journey through 41 stunning purple succulent plants, each with unique charm and beauty. Get ready to be inspired!\n\n\n\n1. Echeveria Perle von Nurnberg\n\n\n\nEcheveria Perle von Nurnberg\n\n\n\nThe Echeveria Perle von Nurnberg originates from Mexico and is a rosette-shaped succulent with pastel-hued leaves in lilac and pink shades. It thrives in bright, indirect sunlight and requires well-draining soil. Water deeply but infrequently, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings. What's unique about this succulent is its delicate pastel colors, making it a favorite among plant enthusiasts.\n\n\n\n2. Graptoveria 'Debbie'\n\n\n\nGraptoveria 'Debbie'\n\n\n\nwhen it comes to gorgeous purple succulents, one of the most popular succulents is the hybrid succulent, Graptoveria Debbie showcases beautiful lavender leaves with a hint of pink. It prefers bright, indirect sunlight and well-draining soil. Allow the soil to dry out between waterings and be cautious not to overwater. Its unique coloration and stunning rosette shape make it a standout addition to any succulent garden.\n\n\n\n3. Sedum 'Purple Emperor'\n\n\n\nSedum 'Purple Emperor'\n\n\n\nSedum 'Purple Emperor' from Europe boasts velvety, dark purple leaves resembling the night sky. This succulent loves bright sunlight, so place it in a spot with at least six hours of direct sunlight daily. Allow the soil to dry out completely before watering. Purple Emperor's dark foliage makes it special, strikingly contrasting other green plants in your collection.\n\n\n\n4. Aeonium 'Zwartkop'\n\n\n\nAeonium 'Zwartkop'\n\n\n\nKnown as the "Black Rose," Aeonium 'Zwartkop' is native to the Canary Islands. It features striking, deep purple, almost black rosettes. This evergreen succulent thrives in bright, indirect sunlight and well-draining soil. Allow the soil to dry out between waterings, but don't let it become bone dry. Its dramatic color and unique shape makes it a favorite among succulent enthusiasts.\n\n\n\n5. Senecio radicans 'String of Pearls'\n\n\n\nString of Pearls\n\n\n\nAlthough not entirely purple, Senecio radicans 'String of Pearls' is a cascading succulent that adds a touch of purple to your indoor garden. It hails from South Africa and showcases delicate, bead-like leaves that resemble a string of pearls. Place it in bright, indirect sunlight and water when the soil is arid. Its cascading growth habit and unique leaf shape make it a delightful addition to hanging gardens.\n\n\n\n6. Pachyphytum oviferum 'Moonstones'\n\n\n\nMoonstones\n\n\n\nOriginating from Mexico, Pachyphytum oviferum 'Moonstones' features chubby, purple-gray leaves that resemble tiny lunar landscapes. It prefers bright, indirect sunlight and well-draining soil. Allow the soil to dry out between waterings, and avoid overwatering. Its leaves' unique shape and color give this succulent a celestial charm, resembling moonstones and adding a touch of mystery to your plant collection.\n\n\n\n7. Kalanchoe thyrsiflora 'Purple Ice'\n\n\n\nPurple Ice\n\n\n\nThis succulent, known as the "Paddle Plant," originates from Madagascar. Its thick, purple leaves are coated with a powdery white substance, creating a visually striking appearance. Place it in a location with bright, indirect sunlight and well-draining soil. Water sparingly, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings. The contrast between its purple foliage and white coating makes it truly special.\n\n\n\n8. Haworthia cooperi var. truncata\n\n\n\nHaworthia-cooperi-var.-truncata\n\n\n\nNative to South Africa, Haworthia cooperi var. truncata is a small succulent with translucent, plump leaves that turn purple under bright light. It prefers bright, indirect sunlight and well-draining soil. Water it sparingly, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings. The unique shape and ability to change color make it a fascinating addition to any succulent collection.\n\n\n\n9. Echeveria 'Afterglow'\n\n\n\nEcheveria-Afterglow\n\n\n\nOriginating from Mexico, Echeveria 'Afterglow' showcases powdery lavender leaves that emit a subtle pinkish glow when exposed to sunlight. Place it in a location with bright, indirect sunlight and well-draining soil. Water deeply but infrequently, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings. The ethereal beauty of its lavender-pink leaves is what sets this succulent apart.\n\n\n\n10. Graptoveria 'Purple Delight'\n\n\n\nGraptoveria Purple Delight\n\n\n\nGet ready to be delighted by the Graptoveria 'Purple Delight'! This succulent hybrid combines Graptopetalum and Echeveria, featuring rosettes of thick, purple-hued leaves. It thrives in bright, indirect sunlight and prefers infrequent watering, allowing the soil to dry out completely. What sets it apart is its striking purple color and easy-care nature. Add a touch of vibrant elegance to your indoor garden with this delightful Purple Delight succulent!\n\n\n\n11. Tradescantia pallida 'Purple Heart'\n\n\n\nPurple Heart\n\n\n\nThis trailing succulent, known as "Purple Heart," is native to Mexico. It showcases deep purple foliage, making it a striking addition to any hanging plant arrangement. Place it in bright, indirect sunlight and well-draining soil. Water it regularly, keeping the soil slightly moist but not soggy. The intense purple color of its leaves makes it an eye-catching and vibrant choice for indoor gardens.\n\n\n\n12. Aeonium haworthii 'Kiwi'\n\n\n\nAeonium haworthii\n\n\n\nGet ready for a vibrant addition to your indoor garden with the Aeonium haworthii also known as Kiwi! This succulent hails from the tropical Canary Islands and features rosette spoon-shaped leaves in a delightful green, yellow, and pink blend. It thrives in bright, indirect sunlight and prefers moderate watering, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings partially. Its ability to change color based on sunlight sets it apart, offering a living, color-changing masterpiece. Bring a taste of the tropics into your home with this captivating Kiwi succulent!\n\n\n\n13. Sempervivum arachnoideum 'Cobweb Buttons'\n\n\n\nSempervivum arachnoideum 'Cobweb Buttons'\n\n\n\nOriginating from the Alps and Carpathians, Sempervivum arachnoideum 'Cobweb Buttons' is a charming succulent that boasts rosettes covered in delicate web-like threads. It features purple hues that enhance its appeal. Place it in a location with bright, indirect sunlight and well-draining soil. Water it sparingly, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings. The intricate web-like threads and shades of purple make it a stunning addition to rock gardens or containers.\n\n\n\n14. Sedeveria 'Lilac Mist'\n\n\n\nSedeveria 'Lilac Mist'\n\n\n\nGet ready to be enchanted by the Sedeveria 'Lilac Mist'! This hybrid succulent, a beautiful blend of Sedum and Echeveria, features rosettes of fleshy leaves in soft lilac and misty gray hues. It thrives in bright, indirect sunlight but appreciates partial shade during hot hours. When watering, let the soil's top inch dry before drinking it. What sets Lilac Mist apart is its ability to create a serene atmosphere with its soothing colors and captivating rosette form. Embrace the charm of this pastel dream in your indoor garden!\n\n\n\n15. Sedum dasyphyllum 'Major'\n\n\n\nSedum dasyphyllum 'Major\n\n\n\nThe Sedum dasyphyllum Major also known as the "Corsican Stonecrop," brings a touch of European charm to your indoor garden. With tiny, plump green leaves that form dense mats, it's a delightful sight. This low-maintenance plant thrives in bright sunlight and prefers infrequent watering, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings. Its trailing growth sets it apart, making it perfect for hanging baskets or as a filler in succulent arrangements. Add a whimsical touch to your space with this cascading beauty!\n\n\n\n16. Sempervivum Tectorum \u2018Purple Beauty\u2019\n\n\n\nSempervivum Tectorum \u2018Purple Beauty\u2019\n\n\n\none of the best purple succulents on this list is the Sempervivum Tectorum. Sempervivum tectorum is European native features gorgeous purple and green rosettes. It thrives in sunny spots and can handle drought-like conditions. What sets it apart is its striking purple color and resilience. Add a touch of royalty to your indoor garden with this charming succulent!\n\n\n\n17. Opuntia macrocentra\n\n\n\nOpuntia macrocentra\n\n\n\nThe Opuntia macrocentra, known as the "Black-Spined Prickly Pear," hails from northern Mexico and the southwestern United States. It features flat, paddle-shaped green pads covered in striking black spines. This sun-loving succulent thrives in bright, direct sunlight and prefers dry soil, so water sparingly and let the soil completely dry out between waterings. Its unique black spines and occasional bright yellow flowers make it a standout choice for desert plant enthusiasts. Get ready to fall for its prickly charm!\n\n\n\n18. Echeveria purpusorum\n\n\n\nEcheveria purpusorum\n\n\n\nEcheveria purpusorum is a compact gorgeous succulent native to Mexico. It features petite, deep green leaves with intricate purple markings. Place it in a location with bright, indirect sunlight and well-draining soil. Water it deeply but infrequently, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings. The unique leaf markings and compact size make it popular for succulent arrangements and small spaces.\n\n\n\n19. Sedum spathulifolium 'Purpureum'\n\n\n\nSedum spathulifolium 'Purpureum'\n\n\n\nNative to North America, Sedum spathulifolium or Purpureum is a small succulent with tightly packed rosettes of purple leaves. It prefers bright sunlight and well-draining soil. Water it sparingly, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings. The vibrant purple coloration of its leaves makes it a delightful addition to rock gardens or containers.\n\n\n\n20. Aeonium 'Voodoo'\n\n\n\nAeonium 'Voodoo'\n\n\n\nAeonium 'Voodoo' is a captivating succulent with dark purple, almost black, rosettes that develop a green center under bright light. It hails from the Canary Islands and prefers bright, indirect sunlight and well-draining soil. Water it sparingly, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings. The contrast between the dark outer leaves and the green center adds depth and drama to this beautiful succulent.\n\n\n\n21. Echeveria 'Black Prince'\n\n\n\nEcheveria 'Black Prince'\n\n\n\nThis striking succulent features velvety, deep burgundy leaves that almost appear black. It originates from Mexico and prefers bright, indirect sunlight and well-draining soil. Allow the soil to dry out between waterings, as overwatering can lead to root rot. Its leaves' intense, dark color sets it apart and adds a touch of elegance to any plant collection.\n\n\n\n22. Sedeveria 'Letizia'\n\n\n\nSedeveria 'Letizia'\n\n\n\nSedeveria 'Letizia' is a hybrid succulent combining Echeveria and Sedum's beauty. It showcases fleshy, purple leaves that form rosettes. This succulent prefers bright, indirect sunlight and well-draining soil. Allow the soil to dry out between waterings, as overwatering can lead to root rot. The fusion of Echeveria and Sedum characteristics and the vibrant purple color makes it a delightful addition to any succulent collection.\n\n\n\n23. Sempervivum Heuffelii \u2018Artemis\u2019\n\n\n\nSempervivum Heuffelii \u2018Artemis\u2019\n\n\n\nEmbark on a journey with Sempervivum Heuffelii - Artemis! This European native thrives in rocky environments, showcasing rosettes of colorful leaves in green, red, and bronze shades. It craves bright, direct sunlight and prefers moderate watering with well-drained soil. Its ever-changing colors throughout the year and its resilience in harsh conditions set it apart. This remarkable Artemis succulent brings a touch of Europe's mountainous beauty to your indoor garden!\n\n\n\n24. Aeonium Arboreum \u2018Zwartkop\u2019\n\n\n\nAeonium Arboreum \u2018Zwartkop\u2019\n\n\n\nDiscover the captivating Aeonium Arboreum 'Zwartkop'! Hailing from the Canary Islands, this succulent is a sun-loving beauty. Its rosettes of deep burgundy leaves resemble exquisite black roses, adding a touch of gothic charm to your indoor garden. Place it in bright, indirect sunlight and water sparingly, allowing the soil to dry between waterings. It's striking coloration and tree-like form sets it apart, making it a show-stopping centerpiece. Embrace Zwartkops dark allure and let it cast its enchanting spell in your plant collection!\n\n\n\n25. Broadleaf Stonecrop\n\n\n\nBroadleaf Stonecrop\n\n\n\nMeet the charming Broadleaf Stonecrop! Hailing from Europe, this plant thrives in sunny environments. Its fleshy, broad leaves create a lush carpet-like effect in vibrant green. It loves bright, indirect sunlight and requires infrequent watering, allowing the soil to dry out completely. Its adaptability and ability to create beautiful ground cover set it apart. Add a touch of European charm to your indoor garden with this delightful succulent!\n\n\n\n26. Echeveria \u2018Chroma\u2019\n\n\n\nEcheveria \u2018Chroma\u2019\n\n\n\nGet ready to be dazzled by the Echeveria - Chroma! This Mexican native succulent boasts rosettes of fleshy leaves in vibrant purples, pinks, and blues. It loves bright, indirect sunlight and prefers infrequent watering. Its stunning color variation and compact growth habit set it apart, adding a touch of elegance to any space. Bring a splash of vibrant beauty to your indoor garden with the mesmerizing Chroma succulent!\n\n\n\n27. Dragon\u2019s Blood Sedum\n\n\n\nDragon\u2019s Blood Sedum\n\n\n\nIntroducing the captivating Dragon's Blood Sedum! Native to rocky regions of Europe and Asia, this succulent flaunts thick, fleshy leaves in deep burgundy and green hues. It thrives in bright, direct sunlight and prefers infrequent watering. Its trailing growth habit sets it apart, making it perfect for ground cover and containers. This low-maintenance treasure brings a touch of exotic beauty to your indoor garden!\n\n\n\n28. Sempervivum Heuffelii \u2018Job\u2019s Beard\u2019\n\n\n\nSempervivum Heuffelii \u2018Job\u2019s Beard\u2019\n\n\n\nMeet the charming Sempervivum Heuffelii 'Job's Beard'! This European native has rosettes of succulent leaves that resemble a fluffy beard. It thrives in bright sunlight and prefers infrequent watering. Its evergreen nature and ability to form beautiful clusters set it apart. Bring a touch of whimsy to your indoor garden with this low-maintenance plant beauty!\n\n\n\n29. Sempervivum \u2018Killer\u2019\n\n\n\nSempervivum \u2018Killer\u2019\n\n\n\nMeet the striking Sempervivum 'Killer'! Native to the rocky mountains of Europe, its rosettes feature vibrant green, red, and purple leaves. This sun-loving plant is low-maintenance, preferring infrequent watering and well-draining soil. What makes it special is its unique coloration and resilience in harsh conditions. Add a touch of drama to your indoor succulent garden with this beautiful succulent!\n\n\n\n30. Mangave \u2018Macho Mocha\u2019\n\n\n\nMangave \u2018Macho Mocha\u2019\n\n\n\nMangave \u2018Mission to Mars\u2019 plant - write down four sentences telling where the plant comes from, what it looks like, what care it needs regarding sun and water, and what is extraordinary that the sentences be written in a light tone by someone who likes house plants and grows a lot herself. \n\n\n\n31. Mangave \u2018Mission to Mars\u2019\n\n\n\nMangave \u2018Mission to Mars\u2019\n\n\n\nEmbark on a cosmic journey with the Mangave 'Mission to Mars'! This striking hybrid features spiky, red and green leaves reminiscent of the Red Planet. It thrives in bright, direct sunlight and prefers infrequent watering. What makes it unique is its otherworldly appearance and resilience. Add an extraterrestrial touch to your indoor garden with this beautiful succulent!\n\n\n\n32. Echeveria \u2018Neon Breakers\u2019\n\n\n\nEcheveria \u2018Neon Breakers\u2019\n\n\n\nMeet the dazzling Echeveria 'Neon Breakers'! This Mexican native showcases rosettes of neon green and blue leaves with delicate pink edges. It thrives in bright, indirect sunlight and prefers well-draining soil. What sets it apart is its vibrant coloration and low-maintenance nature. Add a pop of whimsy to your indoor garden with this stunning succulent!\n\n\n\n33. Graptopetalum \u2018Purple Haze\u2019\n\n\n\nGraptopetalum \u2018Purple Haze\u2019\n\n\n\nGet lost in the dreamy purple haze of Graptopetalum 'Purple Haze'! This Mexican native features mesmerizing rosettes of purple and blue. It loves bright, indirect sunlight and thrives in well-draining soil. Its unique coloration and ability to add charisma to any plant collection set it apart. Let this enchanting succulent cast its spell on your indoor succulent garden!\n\n\n\n34. Echeveria \u2018Purple Pearl\u2019\n\n\n\nEcheveria \u2018Purple Pearl\u2019\n\n\n\nMeet the captivating Echeveria 'Purple Pearl'! This beauty originates from Mexico, where it soaks up the sun and thrives in arid conditions. Its rosettes are adorned with mesmerizing purple and pink hues, resembling a precious gemstone. Purple Pearl loves basking in bright, indirect sunlight and prefers well-draining soil. What makes it special is its unique coloration and how it adds elegance to any plant collection. Get ready to be enchanted by the radiant beauty of Purple Pearl in your indoor garden!\n\n\n\n35. Atropurpureum 'Purple Rose Tree'\n\n\n\nPurple Rose Tree\n\n\n\nIntroducing the charming Purple Rose Tree! This delightful plant is not your typical rose bush\u2014it's a remarkable variety with stunning purple blossoms. While it doesn't occur naturally in the wild, plant enthusiasts have cultivated and cherished it worldwide. To keep your Purple Rose Tree happy, provide plenty of sunlight and water it regularly, allowing the soil to dry slightly between waterings. What sets this beauty apart is its gorgeous purple flowers, which add a touch of romance and elegance to any garden or patio. Get ready to be swept off your feet by the graceful allure of the Purple Rose Tree!\n\n\n\n36. Echeveria Agavoides \u2018Romeo\u2019\n\n\n\nEcheveria Agavoides \u2018Romeo\u2019\n\n\n\nPrepare to be swept off your feet by the charming Echeveria Agavoides - Romeo! Originating from Mexico, this succulent heartthrob steals the show with its eye-catching rosettes. Sporting vibrant green leaves tipped with deep red edges, Romeo is a sight. When it comes to care, it thrives in bright, indirect sunlight and prefers well-draining soil. Water sparingly and allow the soil to dry between waterings to keep this Romeo happy. Its striking coloration makes it extra special, adding passion and drama to any plant collection. Prepare to fall head over heels for the dashing Echeveria Agavoides!\n\n\n\n37. Pleiospilos Nelii \u2018Royal Flush\u2019\n\n\n\nPleiospilos Nelii \u2018Royal Flush\u2019\n\n\n\nGet ready to add a touch of royalty to your plant kingdom with Pleiospilos Nelii - Royal Flush! Hailing from South Africa, this unique succulent appearance showcases a fascinating appearance reminiscent of colorful pebbles. Its plump, fleshy leaves feature shades of purple, green, and brown, creating an eye-catching display. Royal Flush thrives in bright sunlight and requires infrequent watering, as it has a knack for storing moisture in its leaves. What makes it truly special is its ability to produce stunning daisy-like flowers that bring beauty to this beautiful plant. Bow down to the regal charm of Pleiospilos Nelii in your plant collection!\n\n\n\n38. Lithops Optica \u2018Rubra\u2019\n\n\n\nLithops Optica \u2018Rubra\u2019\n\n\n\nGet ready to meet the mesmerizing Lithops Optica 'Rubra'! This tiny succulent hails from South Africa's arid regions, where it has mastered the art of blending in with its rocky surroundings. Resembling living stones, Rubra features pairs of rounded leaves in shades of reddish-brown, creating an optical illusion that will make you do a double take. To keep this unique plant happy, place it in a sunny spot and water sparingly, allowing the soil to dry out completely between waterings. What sets Rubra apart is its ability to survive in harsh conditions and its captivating appearance that will leave any plant lover in awe. Prepare to be enchanted by the extraordinary Lithops Optica Rubra!\n\n\n\n39. Othonna Capensis \u2018Ruby\u2019s Necklace\u2019\n\n\n\nOthonna Capensis \u2018Ruby\u2019s Necklace\u2019\n\n\n\nPrepare to adorn your plant collection with the dazzling Othonna Capensis known as Ruby's Necklace! This succulent beauty is native to South Africa and is known for its cascading strands of fleshy, ruby-colored leaves. Its necklace-like appearance will make it the center of attention wherever you place it. Ruby's Necklace thrives in bright, indirect sunlight and requires well-draining soil to prevent overwatering. Its ability to produce yellow daisy-like flowers that add color to its stunning foliage makes it unique. Get ready to turn heads with the radiant Othonna Capensis!\n\n\n\n40. Santa Rita Prickly Pear\n\n\n\nSanta Rita Prickly Pear\n\n\n\nGet ready to embrace the desert vibes with the Santa Rita Prickly Pear! This vibrant succulent is native to Mexico and stands out with its striking purple pads resembling a glorious sunset's hues. Its fleshy pads are covered in spines, so handle them with care! Santa Rita Prickly Pear thrives in full sun and requires minimal watering, making it a low-maintenance addition to your plant family. Its ability to produce beautiful yellow flowers contrasting beautifully against its purple pads makes it unique. Bring a touch of desert beauty to your home with the purple prickly pear!\n\n\n\n41. Sempervivum \u2018Raspberry Ice\u2019\n\n\n\nSempervivum \u2018Raspberry Ice\u2019\n\n\n\nGet ready to fall in love with the delightful Sempervivum - Raspberry Ice! This charming succulent, also known as Hens and Chicks, originates from the mountainous regions of Europe. With its rosette-shaped leaves in shades of green and purple, it's like having a tiny succulent garden at your fingertips. Raspberry Ice prefers bright sunlight and well-draining soil, making it an excellent choice for outdoor planters or sunny windowsills. Its ability to produce offsets, or "chicks," which cluster around the "hen" plant, creating a beautiful, spreading display. So, get ready to add a touch of color and charm to your plant collection with the delightful Sempervivum Raspberry Ice!\n\n\n\nIn Conclusion: Purple Succulent Plants\n\n\n\n\u200bWhether you're a seasoned, succulent enthusiast or just starting your collection, these 41 stunning purple succulents offer many options to add a touch of vibrant color to your indoor garden. From rosettes with delicate pastel hues to trailing vines with mesmerizing patterns, these succulents captivate your heart and green thumb. So, let the magic of purple succulents transform your space into a whimsical oasis of natural beauty.