15 Adorable Chubby Succulents to Grow Your Rare Collection

Are you a succulent enthusiast looking to expand your collection with some unique and rare plants? Look no further! I’ve compiled a list of 15 chubby succulents you can buy right now to grow your rare succulent collection. These plants are not only stunning, but their interesting shapes and textures will make them the stars of your succulent garden.

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Echeveria ‘Tiramisu’

Echeveria ‘Tiramisu’ is a dessert for your eyes! This attractive hybrid showcases chubby pointed leaves with a soft, silvery-blue hue. Its unique coloration and intriguing shape make it a perfect addition to any succulent garden.

Echeveria 'tiramisu' blue chubby succulent

Graptopetalum Amethystinum

Graptopetalum Amethystinum, also known as the Lavender Pebbles, is a beautiful rosette-forming succulent with plump, pinkish purple-tinged leaves. Its chubby leaves are a true standout and make it a must-have addition to your collection.

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x Pachyveria ‘Clavifolia’

x Pachyveria ‘Clavifolia’ is a stunning succulent with long, thick leaves. Its bluish-green color and compact rosette make it an interesting and eye-catching choice for your collection. This one is showing its gorgeous orange stress colors.

Where to buy pachyveria clavifolia chubby

Graptoveria Amethorum

Graptoveria Amethorum is a beautiful hybrid succulent with plump, lavender-colored leaves that form tight rosettes. There’s no powdery farina on these leaves so you can really enjoy the texture. It’s a fantastic choice for adding a pop of color and texture to your succulent arrangement.

Graptoveria amethorum chubby

x Pachysedum ‘Ganzhou’

x Pachysedum ‘Ganzhou’ is a rare succulent with chubby, reddish, finger shaped leaves. The leaves’ tips have a lovely pink blush, adding a touch of elegance to this fascinating plant.

Where to buy pachysedum ganzhou chubby

Pachyphytum ‘Machucae’

Pachyphytum ‘Machucae’, also known as the Baby Finger Plant, has elongated, chubby leaves that resemble tiny fingers. Its light pink color and finger-like appearance make it a unique and fun addition to your succulent collection.

Where to buy pachyphytum machucae chubby

x Pachyveria ‘Bubble Candy’

x Pachyveria ‘Bubble Candy’ is a delightful hybrid with round, bubble-like leaves. Its pastel colors and chubby appearance make it a truly irresistible addition to your succulent garden.

Where to buy pachyveria bubble candy chubby

Sedum clavatum Variegated

Sedum clavatum Variegated is a beautiful succulent with chubby, variegated leaves that display a mix of blue-green and cream colors. This visually striking plant is perfect for adding contrast and interest to your succulent collection.

Where to buy sedum clavatum variegated chubby

Echeveria ‘Spotted Deer’

Echeveria ‘Spotted Deer’ is a rare hybrid with chubby, green leaves covered in tiny red spots. Its unique appearance makes it a fantastic conversation starter and an exciting addition to your succulent garden.

Where to buy echeveria spotted deer chubby

Graptosedum ‘Miul’

Graptosedum ‘Miul’ is a charming succulent with chubby, flat, pastel leaves that form tight rosettes. Its compact size and beautiful coloration make it a lovely choice for any rare succulent collection.

Where to buy graptosedum miul chubby

x Graptoveria ‘Margaret Rose’

x Graptoveria ‘Margaret Rose’ is a beautiful hybrid with chubby, lavender leaves that form a tight rosette and come to a point. Its striking color and intriguing shape make it a must-have addition to your succulent garden.

Where to buy graptoveria margaret rose chubby

Cotyledon orbiculata cv.

Cotyledon orbiculata cv. is a fascinating succulent with large, round leaves. The leaf edges have a dark purple tint which give it a distinct look. Its silvery-gray color and unique leaf shape make it a standout choice for any rare succulent collection.

Where to buy cotyledon orbiculata cv chubby

Sedum treleasei

Sedum treleasei is an attractive succulent with large, chubby, blue-green leaves that form a rosette. I think it looks like a giant form of Sedum clavatum. Its beautiful color and plump leaves make it a great choice for adding interest and texture to your succulent garden.

Where to buy sedum treleasei chubby

Echeveria ‘Ice Green’

Echeveria ‘Ice Green’ is a stunning hybrid with icy green leaves that form a tight rosette. When stressed, the edges blush and make this chonky succulent stand out. Its cool color and chubby leaves make it a refreshing addition to any succulent collection.

Where to buy echeveria ice green chubby

Echeveria Subcorymbosa Lau 026

Echeveria Subcorymbosa Lau 026 is a rare and beautiful succulent with chubby, green leaves that have a unique, bright red edge. This fascinating plant will be a fantastic conversation piece in your succulent garden.

Where to buy echeveria subcorymbosa lau chubby

These 15 chubby succulents are perfect for expanding your rare succulent collection. Each plant offers a unique shape, texture, and color that will make your garden truly one-of-a-kind. So, why not start shopping for these amazing plants today and watch your rare succulent collection grow!


1. How do I care for these rare succulents?

Caring for these succulents typically involves providing well-draining soil, ample sunlight, and watering only when the soil is dry. Specific care instructions may vary slightly for each species, so be sure to research the individual needs of your new plants.

2. Are these chubby succulents suitable for beginners?

Many of these succulents are suitable for beginners, as they have similar care requirements to other, more common succulents. However, some may be more sensitive to environmental conditions or pests, so it’s essential to research and understand the needs of each plant.

3. Can I grow these succulents indoors or outdoors?

Most of these succulents can be grown both indoors and outdoors, depending on your climate and the specific needs of each plant. Make sure to provide adequate light and appropriate temperatures to ensure their health and happiness.

4. How often do these rare succulents need to be repotted?

Repotting frequency depends on the growth rate and size of each succulent. In general, repot your succulents every 1 to 2 years, or when you notice the plant outgrowing its current container. Always use fresh, well-draining soil and a slightly larger pot when repotting.