I've had these for a while. At one point I knew the name of the 1st one but have never bothered finding out what the other 2 are. There's always pieces breaking off that I've stuck in other pots and now they are everywhere.
I'd suggest the 2nd & 3rd pix are Crassula perforata, charming the 3rd pic w/ it blooming. Last MAY be a Graptopetallum or Graptovera of some kind, all nice.
The 1st is Senecio articulatus or maybe Monadenium sp
Thanks for the ID's. Howard Seneico sounds familar so that's most likely correct. I have a Crassula capitella that has blooms very similar to the Crassula perforata but the capitella's leaves drop after flowering (and take root absolutely everywhere!!!). The perforata has remained intact.
Karyn, Seneico should sound familiar, since I got my little guy from you
I'm inclined to Kleinia but agree on the Crassula - one used C. p. to great effect as ground cover in San Diego. I think that was also what Geoff's tortoise was gnawing on, too.
I have a couple varieties of Kleinia and don't think that's it. I'm pretty sure it's Senecio Articulatus Variegata.