Top 10 Rarest Succulents in the World

Aichryson dumosum: a common name because its so rare, is a succulent native to one area in Madeira, Portugal.

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Sand Dollar Cactus: The Sand Dollar Cactus (also called sea urchin cactus, star cactus, or star peyote) is a rare spineless cactus that is native to parts.

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Estevesia alex-bragae: is the only known species of succulent in its genus. Not much is known about this very rare flowering cactus.

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Rose Pincushion Cactus: is widely cultivated because of its beautiful crown of pink flowers, this succulent is rare and critically endangered in its natural habitat.

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Salão: is called Salão by the local population on the Cape Verde Islands, is a rare succulent that is vulnerable to over harvesting.

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Vahondrandra: which is also called the Vahondrandra on the IUCN Red list, is an endangered succulent native to southern Madagascar.

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Pelotilla de Chinamada: The Pelotilla de Chinamada is a rare succulent that only grows on the island of Tenerife in the Canary Islands of Spain.

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Giant Quiver Tree: may not look like most succulents, it is one of three aloe trees native to southern Africa – all aloe plants are succulents.

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Discocactus subterraneo-proliferans: the Discocactus subterraneo-proliferans, which doesn’t really have a common name, other than it may be extinct in the wild.

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Parodia rechensis: the succulents on this list, the Parodia rechensis is rare because its hard to grow and its natural habitat is threatened.

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