... also known as "low light."
Very few succulents prosper inside our homes, even though we want them to be inside to admire. If they seem to be growing quickly and they start to look tall and leggy it is almost certain to be from a lack of proper lighting. The environment truly has to be full of windows, almost entirely!
The varieties that do well are Haworthias (a couple varieties to choose from), Sansevierias, Jade, ZZ plant, Kalanchoe blosfeldiana,and Aeonium sunburst (under the BEST lighting possible). Anything else is truly an experiment of lighting conditions.
Colorful succulents require at least 3-4 hours of direct sunlight to thrive and glow, as we love them, enjoy them in the garden or patio setting. Look for my post regarding faux succulents, yes….I actually approve of them for interior! There's nothing more sad than seeing a gorgeous succulent bowl destroyed by lack of light.