Owning a succulent is almost a rite of passage for any home dweller, but how you display your succulents and the type of succulents you own say a lot about your personality. So what screams "I'm playful AF" more than an adorable succulent that resembles bunny ears? We can't think of anything. The scientific name for this plant is Monilaria moniliformis, but in the early growth stages, the plant sprouts what look like tiny green bunny ears; hence, the nickname. As the plant matures and grows, the "bunny ears" begin to droop down and eventually sprout white blossoms with yellow centers. While these plants are rare, you can find seeds on Amazon. They thrive in colder months indoors, so the season for planting these bunny succulents is coming! Take a peek below to see the different stages of growth, from tiny bunny ears to blooming beauties.
Your Heart Can't Handle These Succulents That Look Like Bunnies
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