This Is Where to Find an Adorable Bunny Succulent Plant

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These bunny succulents are a must-have this spring!

People have been planting succulents indoors for years now. But the trend really picked up steam last year, when everyone was looking for a way to start gardening indoors. In the past couple months alone, we’ve seen this cool raindrop succulent, a heart-shaped succulent planter and this adorable recipe for Dirt Pudding Cups with sugar succulents.

Now, there’s an adorable plant trending this spring: bunny ear succulents!

What is a Bunny Ear Succulent?

“Bunny ear” succulents—known as Monilaria obconica or Monilaria moniliformis, if you want to get scientific—are known for their resemblance to a tiny bunny head with fuzzy green “ears.”

Just look at these adorable plants. Have you ever seen anything so cute?

As cute as they look in their infancy, it’s important to know that the ears won’t stay that way forever. Over time, the succulent ears will grow long and tall. They’ll look more like string beans growing from a tiny head than bunny ears. It’s totally worth it, though. With a little TLC, those ears will eventually bloom spectacular rose flowers.

Why are people obsessed with succulents?

Succulents are an easy way to add some plants to your home, without a ton of hassle (like these other easy-to-grow houseplants). In fact, succulents like these are super low-maintenance plants that are easy to care for and look beautiful wherever you display them. With the right amount of TLC, they can last for years.

Where to Buy Bunny Succulent Plants

You can buy bunny succulents on Etsy. Succulents by Emma also provides excellent planting and growing instructions to ensure your little bunnies will thrive. Then, learn how to propagate succulents to share with friends!

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Christina is a Social Media Editor for Taste of Home. She enjoys trying out local restaurants and coffeehouses and adding copious amounts of garlic and cheese to any recipe she can get her hands on. In her free time, you can find her hunting down one-of-a-kind furniture pieces at thrift and vintage stores and DIYing trendy home decor crafts.