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What is a succulent?

Succulent Definition – A plant frequently found in extremely dry climates that features the ability to store water within itself.

Ideal Home Garden Explains

Succulents are known for their ability to store water and keep it inside their leaves, often giving them a distinctly “gooey” interior. Frequently found in very dry climates, succulents are a popular landscaping choice for Western and South Western landscaping themes and are frequently found throughout California, Arizona and New Mexico. Popular succulents include: cactus, aloe, sedum, agave and haworthia.

definition of succulent

Last Updated: June 10, 2012
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