First, a little education about our new little friends (straight off their pop containers).
“Blue Giant” / Sedeveria Hybrid is one of many intergeneric hybrids between Sedum and Echeveria. Forms rambling clustering plants. Excellent for rock gardens. Porus soil. Protect from frost. Provide bright light; hardy to 36˙F; to 6″ + tall. Water thoroughly when soil is dry.
Crassula “Burgundy” / Crassula platyphylla Native to Cape Province, South Africa, this spreading clumping succulent grows well in either full sun or part shade, and takes regular water during the growing season but will survive drought. Has tiny yellow flowers; grows to 6″ tall. Water thoroughly when soil is dry.
Compact Mini Jade / Crassula argentea has leaves that are smaller and more round than other jade plants. White star-shaped flowers in winter. Porous soil with adequate drainage. Bright light to full sun. Protect from frost. Provide bright light/sun; hardy to 36˙F; to 3″ + tall. Water thoroughly when soil is dry.
Graptosedum “California Sunset” Drought tolerant when established. Forms rosettes with white star-shaped flowers and bluish green leaves that turn bluish pinkish-orange in strong light. Excellent for rock gardens or as groundcover. Porous soil with adequate drainage. Protect from frost.
Echeveria “Sleepy” (TM) / Echeveria Hybrid Drought tolerant when established. Needs well-draining soil. Water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch. Protect from frost to prevent possible scarring. Looks best with regular watering in hot months.
And now, the fun part–their new homes. :)