Succulent Mini Christmas Trees Will Bring So Much Festivity To Your Home | 22 Words

Succulents are perhaps the most magical and mesmerizing plants out there, and one Etsy shop has created the most incredible Christmas tree succulents - getting us all ready for the festivities to begin!

Read on to check them out...

Succulents make for excellent house plants.

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They have evolved to survive and withstand harsh conditions, they can go for prolonged periods of time without water, they're easy to care for, and there are thousands of beautiful varieties of the plant. Keep scrolling to see some of the most amazing ones, including the latest Christmas tree succulents...

Clear succulents.

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There is a rare type of succulent that has transparent, fleshy skin. Native to South Africa, this type of succulent grows in clusters with soft, fleshy leaves that are clear at the top. Like most succulents, they don't require a lot of upkeep. Just make sure not to over-water them!

Rose Succulents.

It says it on the tin - Known in the botany world as Greenovia Dodrentalis, these beautiful succulents grow in curved layers that resemble little green roses.

Bunny Succulents.

Scientifically known as Monilaria Moniliforme, this type of succulent eventually branches into a large shrub of around 6 inches tall - But, when it first sprouts, it appears to have tiny, fuzzy bunny ears.

Trachyandra.

A plant that wouldn't look out of place on a sci-fi movie set, the trachyandra is an unusual type of succulent that is characterized for it's alienesque structure.

Albuca.

Nicknamed "spiral grass" and "frizzle sizzle plant", the albuca plant is known and loved for it's unique spiralized leaves, all which coil up from the bulb and grow in a spring shape.

Lithops.

Lithops, more commonly known as "living rock plants" or "pebble plants" are unusual rock-like succulents. Am I the only one who thinks they resemble human brains?

Echeveria.

Similarly to the rose succulent, the echeveria grows in a manner that leaves it resembling a flower.

The Living Pebble Succulent.

Known amongst botanists as the Conophytum Bilobum, this succulent is small, stemless, and resembles a pebble... Or a love heart, to some.

Euphorbia.

A part of the cacti family, the euphorbia is a large flowering succulent that makes the perfect house plant.

Aztekium.

Native to Mexico, the aztekium is a genus of cacti and is characterized by its star-like, Aztec shape and exterior.

African Starfish Flower.

This South African succulent is known for its large purple flowers, that have long thin hairs designed to attract and trap flies. But some people compare this plant to the Stranger Things monster, the Demogorgon. Would you have this in your bedroom?

Kalanchoe.

This exotic succulent, which requires a little more water and sunlight than your typical succulent, is often compared to thick mango peel.

Boophone Haemanthoides.

Don't worry if you can't pronounce this one, folks. Typically found in the Western Cape of Africa, this succulent is known and loved for it's unusual leaves, that sprout erratically in a wavy fashion from the bulb.

Dolphin Succulents.

Sometimes known as a "string of dolphins", this succulent is known for, you guessed it, resembling a pod of leaping dolphins. Can you see it? It took me a while, I have to admit...

Starfish Plant.

The Orbea Variegata gets its nickname from its unique spotted flowers, which resemble some pretty mesmerizing starfish.

Pageae.

The conophytum pageae is an unusual little succulent that is known best for having a tiny little smile... It's adorable, isn't it?

The Dinosaur Black Plant.

This majestic succulent can grow to be 6 feet tall, and develops a large, mushroom cloud-like trunk.

Gentiana Urnula.

The Gentiana urnula is one of the most difficult succulents to get a hold of - The layered plated leaves and low growth habit of the little plant makes it an interesting stand out for succulent collectors.

The String of Pearls Succulent.

The perfect plant for balconies, the Senecio rowleyanus has become well-loved over the years for its beautifully cascading vines.

Wine Cup Succulent.

This unusual plant, known to botanists as Crassula Umbella, is a fascinating succulent with erect, unbranched stems and leaves fused into a round, wine glass-like structure.

Bowiea Volubilis.

This is an unusual succulent adaptation, and it looks like something you'd find in the depths of the ocean than in your own living room.

And, perhaps the most mesmerizing of them all...

Succulent Christmas trees.

Yep, that's right...

These holiday plants started growing in popularity last year, and it's not hard to see why.

Etsy is the best place to find these magical trees, but Terracotta Corner FL is definitely top tier when it comes to making them...

And best of all, they don't take up too much room, so are perfect for decorating places strapped for space.

The trees stand thirteen inches tall and are all handmade with real succulents.

The Aurora Succulent Tree is made up of twenty-five echeverias varying in colors that come together to create a stunning little tree.

The Alpine Succulent Tree is made with fifty haworthias...

Which because of their pointed edges, make it look more like a Christmas tree. In the ensemble; there are echeverias, graptoverias, and sedums, all scattered throughout the tree.

You can even choose out of silver or gold for the tree topper, which brings it all together.

Terracotta Corner FL sells her Christmas succulent tree's for $130 to $135, depending on the style you go for.

Which is a pretty good deal, and the perfect addition to any style of decorations you've got going on in your home.

One buyer wrote: “Ordered this as a gift for a friend and they loved it!! They said it arrived perfectly and was packaged so well there was zero damage to any of the leaves. I will definitely be ordering from this shop again!!!" I can't wait to get my hands on one of these myself. You can get yours here.  Keep scrolling for more news to get you into the Christmas spirit...