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You Can Buy Clear Succulents That Look Like Crystals

There's no shortage of cool plants out there, people, which is honestly very dangerous for people who love plants. But of course, it's not a bad thing at all for plant lovers, because it means they can collect even more! It's like you're the Ash Ketchum of plants.

Well, get ready to make more space, because clear succulents exist, and they're pretty irresistible.

How cool is this clear succulent?

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Its official name is Haworthia cooperi.

There are many varieties of Haworthia actually, but they are all marked by their transparent leaves.

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Some may say they look like crystal geodes, but I think they look like those weird bath beads from the '90s.

These fun succulents can grow up to 2 inches tall, but grow outwards in a pretty rosette pattern that perfectly suits any cute little planter.

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These would look perfect on desks and in windowsills.

If you're prone to accidentally killing succulents (me, hello, HI), then this succulent may be for you.

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According to Green and Vibrant, these puppies actually do well with minimal waterings, so if you travel often, you don't have to worry about hiring a plant sitter.

Even if you accidentally overwater, they should revive with some sunlight.

These succulents do grow a long floral stalk, so if you're not a fan, that is something to be aware of.

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I think it's sort of charming!

Haworthia are abundant in Eastern Cape Province, South Africa, but can also be found in southern parts of the United States.

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That means they love warm weather, so if you live in southern states, you can even plant these outside all year long!

What do you think? Will you be adding this succulent to your collection?

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If you'd like to purchase your own, look out for them at your local garden nursery, or find them online.