These little beauties (echeveria, primarily) make excellent houseplants, especially if benign neglect is your love language. Pot them in cactus mix or sandy soil mixed with perlite for good drainage and put them in a sunny window. Let them dry out completely before watering — generally, overwatering is more dangerous to them than underwatering. They’re interesting and easy to propagate if you want more of them (they’re called “Hens and Chicks” because they make babies so easily).
Each plant is 3″ to 5″ in diameter. We’ll try to honor your color preference, but the distinctions are sometimes subtle.