Soniasavor said:Where I got them they didn't come with a card so I've just been trying to keep them in good condition.
Baja_Costero said:I would defer to Stefan's best judgment here.
@oneeyeluke, there's a bunch of misidentified plants on that page you recommended. I would explicitly advise against relying on it for the names of succulent plants. The database here is a wonderful resource for the purpose of identifying plants, and I would invite any newcomer to spend some time browsing it. For example:
Brain Cactus (Stenocactus multicostatus)
All of your plants will enjoy strong light. If they will be indoor plants, they should be right next to your sunniest southerly-facing window and "see" the sun for hours a day. If they will be outdoors, they will require protection from the sun for a while, and would do best in bright shade, filtered light, maybe a little morning sun, for a couple of weeks at least, or until they are bigger and better able to handle the UV. Overhead protection is important for the near future in the outdoors. Water well when the soil is dry at depth (not just at the surface). The containers should have holes at the bottom.