plantdadtime said:Just to update: a friend of mine is telling me the green-and-red plant may be an aeonium. Thoughts?
Baja_Costero said:Yes, and those ciliate hairs are the clue it's not an Echeveria.
Aeonium (Aeonium haworthii 'Dream Color')
Echeverias may have hairs on the leaves, but they are usually on upper and lower surfaces as well as the margins, in a different pattern from Aeoniums (only on the margins).
The plants are all compatible care-wise. They are pretty cramped in the arrangement shown in the picture, though. I would have put half the number of plants in that space. The "Kiwi" in particular has the potential to grow into a small bush, and "Topsy Turvy" has the potential to make lots of offsets. The minute the leaves of one plant start blocking light from the leaves of another plant, they're already competing against each other.
If they will be indoors, provide as much natural light as you possibly can. Ideally find a spot right in front of a southerly facing window. If they will be outdoors, be very careful not to provide too much sun up front, start them out in bright shade or filtered light and then gradually, stepwise increase the exposure over the course of weeks.