10 Plants that Look like Aloe Vera

Agave plants are stemless perennial succulents native to Mexico and North and Central America. They have large and fleshy leaves that fold to form a dense root rosette.

Agave Plant

The succulent is also called dryland bromeliad. It is closely related to pineapples and has numerous benefits for human beings.

Dyckia and Hechtia

Bergeranthus is a member of the Aizoaceae family and hails from South Africa. The succulent has thick and fleshy leaves that store water to enhance survival in semi-arid regions.

Bergeranthus

Ariocarpus is ideal for indoor and outdoor gardens. These succulents hail from Mexico and Texas desert. They are drought tolerant and can survive for an extended period without water.

Ariocarpus

These succulents have fleshy and triangular leaves with serrated margins. Faucaria feline is an ornamental succulent since it produces orange-yellow flowers in the winter.

Faucaria

Haworthia succulents are native to South African steppes and deserts. There are over 150 species of Haworthia with different leaf appearances and colors.

Haworthia

Gasteria has a deep shade of dark green foliages covered with brown or silver streaks. Some species have leaves covered with white spots.

Gasteria

It is also called a snake plant. The plant belongs to the Asphodelaceae family and hails from Africa, India, Indonesia, and other Asian countries.

Sansevieria

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