dyzzypyxxy said:Suzy, have you taken a look at our special forum for Cactus and Tender Succulents ? I'm sure the folks over there will know all your plants, and also have lots of advice for you on growing them.
tarev said:Hello Suzy!
#6 is Crassula muscosa pseudolycopodiodes - commonly called as watch chain
#4 looks like Crassula perforata
#3 - agree with Hetty's id on it of Portulacaria afra variegated
#1 and #2 - to me it looks like some type of sedum
#5 sorry don't know
valleylynn said:#2 looks like
Could #5 be a young plant of Echeveria nodulosa?
#1 looks familiar, but I can't place it at this time.
valleylynn said:You are welcome Suzy. I would love to see your plant #5 when it has grown, so we can tell for sure if it is E. nodulosa.
By the way, to ATP. So glad you found your way here.
tarev said:Hi Suzy, just remembered your #1 for id succulent..I knew I have seen it before, and looking at my plants outdoors, I think your plant is Graptosedum Vera Higgins.
This is how my Graptosedum Vera Higgins look like:
It looked like this when I first got it in Apr 2014: