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I got some plants and I think I know what some are but I’m not sure, if any of you know please give me some advice! Thank you!
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Welcome to the forum :)

First one is a Peanut Cacti, Chamaecerus silvestrii.
 
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Number 5 looks like Aloe Vera to me :unsure: ....Welcome !

Have a look at Crassula ovata (money plant) numbers 4 and 6
 
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Your plants appear to have labels on them, don't they give the names on there @Ash-ley ?
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Does No.2 have flowers like this? Rock purslane (Calandrinia/Cistanthe grandiflora)
 

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Hi @Ash-ley i'm no expert in cactus plants sorry..had 3 and they all dropped dead :LOL: that's @zigs department.

This link is also of 14 different types (y)
 
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1. Peanut Cactus (Echinopsis chamaecereus, or a hybrid with that species, Chamaecereus sylvestris is a synonym)
This cactus (Cactaceae) is native to northwestern Argentina.
2. Graptoveria paraguayensis, or a closely related hybrid such as some x Graptoveria.
This member of the Stonecrop Family (Crassulaceae) is native to Mexico (not Paraguay as the name might suggest)
3. Bibi Peperomia (Peperomia trinervula), in the Black Pepper Family (Piperaceae), from Panama and South America.
4. Jade Plant (Crassula ovata cv.), in the Stonecrop Family (Crassulaceae), native to South Africa & Mozambique.
5. Noble Aloe (Aloe x nobilis), a hybrid of Aloe brevifolia and Aloe mitriformis var. distans, in the Asphodel Family (Asphodelaceae).
Parent species are native to South Africa.
6. Jade Plant (Crassula ovata cv.), this appears to be a larger-leaved cultivar of Jade Plant, but there other species of Crassula
and Cotyledon that look similar. It is always a good idea to examine the plant again when it flowers.
 

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