11 Succulents That Will Attract Pollinators 

These rosette-forming succulents have star-shaped flowers that attract bees and butterflies.  

Hens and Chicks 

Sedum species have clusters of small blooms that attract bees, butterflies, and other pollinators.  

Stonecrop 

Tubular orange or yellow flowers on long spikes attract hummingbirds and bees to aloe plants.  

Aloe Vera 

Ice plant daisies attract bees, butterflies, and other pollinators.  

Ice Plant  

Tall flower spikes attract bats, birds, and insects, even though most agave species flower once before dying.  

Agave  

Echeverias attract butterflies and bees with its bell-shaped flowers in pink, red, and orange.  

Echeveria  

Small, star-shaped flowers on jade plants attract bees and butterflies.  

Jade Plant 

The cone-shaped flowers of aeoniums attract bees, butterflies, and other pollinators.  

Aeonium  

Kalanchoes attract bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds with their clusters of small, brilliant flowers.  

Kalanchoe  

Moss rose, or portulaca, attracts bees and butterflies with its colorful, cup-shaped blossoms.  

Portulaca  

Houseleeks attract bees and butterflies with their small star-shaped blossoms on tall stalks.  

Sempervivum tectorum 

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