9 Best Black Succulents That Are Incredibly Beautiful!
Black Succulents? Do they exist? The answer is YES! There are some dark succulents that appear black, and you can grow them as well.
Dark Knight Hybrid Pumpkin
Dark color adds a dramatic dimension to fall displays. Oval 8 to 10 pound fruits have deep ribs and retain their dark green coloring if picked early. Allow them to ripen on the vine and they turn a medium green with orange flecks. The fruits have a long shelf life ensuring they'll last through the fall season. Vines possess good tolerance to powdery mildew.
Succulent. (Starfish Plant/Toad Plant - "Orbea".) From Chrome research: "Orbea is a genus of flowering plants of the family Apocynaceae, first described as a genus in 1812. It is native to Africa. Wikipedia." & "Starfish Plant, Starfish Cactus, Carrion Cactus, Carrion Flower, Toad Cactus, Toad Plant: Orbea variegata is a leafless, glabrous, clump-forming succulent perennial." --World of Succulents.
Tulipa 'Café Noir' - single late tulip bulbs ( Tulipa Cafe Noir )
Tulipa 'Cafe Noir' - Brooding near-black flowers top the stout stems of this single late tulip. Excellent in late spring and early summer bedding schemes, its rich chocolate-red colouring looks great as a contrast to creamy whites and yellows, or toned with soft pinks.
Green Wizard Rudbeckia Seeds
Looking like a plucked daisy, this Rudbeckia sports long, thin green sepals and a giant, pointy deep purple to black cone (the size and shape of a large strawberry)! Wonderfully attention-getting in the garden, 'Green Wizard' is also welcome as an Everlasting, where its ultra-strong stems support these stylish cones for months on end, adding interesting texture and tall vertical effect to bouquets, centerpieces, and decorations of all types. 'Green Wizard' is from a species of Rudbeckia…