There are many different succulents speciesand different people might have different experience for various succulents and different growing conditions out there. Some of the easiest are:
- Buddha’s belly (Jathropa podagrica). This plant , like other jathropas, is very hardy, it requires little, and grows easily even in the poorest soil. Unlike other succulents, the seed itself is fairly large, about the size of a marble, and can stay for long unattended. For this reason, it should be cautioned, as it can spread by itself and grows where you do not want.
- Dorstenia foetida. Dorstenias have reputation as growing quicker than you might’ve thought and colonize pots and planters. Among them, D. foetida is the easiest to grow. It looks like miniature palm tree, quite cute on its own, but its habit of shooting its seeds everywhere is quite annoying. The seed, once touches soil will soon begin to germinate, as long as it has a little moisture and shade. It doesn’t need preparations like drying, or peeling as well.
- Crown of thorns (Euphorbia millii ). Euphorbias are usually easy to growfrom seeds, being the only problem is to get quality seeds. It can take a bit long gir most euphorbias to even grow ones. However, it isn’t so for crown of thorns. Unlike other euphorbias, it is much quicker to grow seeds and has the seeds mature enough for planting. This means it is also easier to cross different varieties, which can be enjoyable pass time.
- Adeniums. Growing from seeds is probably easiest for Adeniums among other caudiciform succulents. The only problem is, it take long for the plant ti mature to that stage you can get reliable seeds. However, once it does, planting the seeds is relatively simple. Adenium seed, like closely related plants, Plumeria and Pachypodium, is somewhat small, grain-like with feathers to help it spread. Be careful qhen collecting it as it can easily flown by wind.