Giant Succulents Exist For People Who Love Larger-Than-Life Plants

Who here sucks at keeping plants alive? Raise your hand. I'm going to raise my hand slowly. It's hard to admit, but I, too, have a hard time with plants.

But did you know that the easiest plants to keep alive and thriving are succulents? Not only that but, now there are these large varieties that are perfect for an outdoor garden. Heck, ya — sign me up!

I might've mentioned to you that this year I'm planning on creating a fabulous outdoor garden.

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So I'm already researching plants I can easily add to it. I had no idea that there are succulent varieties of plants that grow very large.

Imagine my pleasant surprise when I found out about this?

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Needless to say, I was quite thrilled. Succulents don't usually need too much babysitting and can do quite well with little to no attention. Does that sound like a perfect plant to you?

Whoa, are we talking about a huge succulent or what?

Oh my goodness. Who knew this "Agave Attenuata" could be this magnificent? Here's a fun fact: People call it a "foxtail agave" because its flower spike looks like a long foxtail.

Check out this fine plant species here.

It is "Euphorbia Canariensis," or more commonly known as "Canary Island Spurge." As you probably guessed, you can find it on the narrow coastal belt in the Canary Islands. What a unique plant, huh?

Can you see yourself hiding behind this giant 'Echeveria Afterglow'?

Ha, ha, that looks like fun! I can't get over how big this gorgeous plant gets. Wow! It is a stunner. Isn't it? It kind of reminds me of purple cabbage, hehe.

Here's an idea of how these giant succulents can look in your garden.

I'm so in love with these, I have to admit. I'm not exactly sure what kind they are, but they're absolutely gorgeous, no? I want them now so bad.

Oh my! Isn't this a beautiful array of succulents?

The "Echinocactus Grusonii" or the Golden Barrel cactus is definitely outstanding here. I think this is the biggest one I've ever seen. It is definitely a larger-than-life kind of plant. Don't you think so?

What do you think of this beauty?

I think it's another unique species that would be such a showstopper in your garden. I bet all your neighbors would be so envious of it when they see it thriving. Time to get one ASAP!

Wow, are you as blown away by these gentle giants as I am?

I would love to get one or a few of them for my garden. I wonder how easy they are to find where I live? Have you ever planted giant succulents before? I need some tips, please.