Owning and growing succulents is a practice that have been around for a while. Mostly grown in pots and miniature terrarium containers, they are small and cute plants that you can maintain and place them right on you desk top.

Succulents are popular for their very adorable appearance, specially in their leaves. With different plants with different shapes, sizes and colors, they have their own levels of attraction. But have you ever come across a succulent that is transparent?

This amazing plant is viral on Instagram as users who own this succulent flaunts it on their social media applications. Originally from South Africa, ‘Haworthia cooperi’ is the name of this amazing plant. You might see the leaves of the plant as a set of ‘crystals’ attached to the plant. Scroll down to check these awesome plants and to read more about them below!More info & Photo courtesy: MyModernMet | Instagram

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These wonderful plants have clear & see-through leaves that allow light to pass. This creates a crystal-like effect when the light hits the plant.

Originally they are found growing under a tree or a shady area with proper light. So, even if they are grown in pots, like succulents, they should be properly placed. The placements should be by a light source; preferably a window, but not on it. Direct contact with sunlight makes the see-through leaves turn into whitish in color.

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These type of plants have just taken the title of ‘Most popular’ type of succulents on the internet already. People all over the world are talking about these and sharing the beautiful pictures of these plants. Comment down your thoughts about this type of succulent down in the comments section.

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