You will get a mix of at least 5 different types, often more!
Place in the dry shade and wait a few weeks and they’ll begin to root. Some may begin showing root hairs sooner than others, lots of factors involved. You can also lay on top of soil and the same thing will happen. You can also insert partially into soil, make sure you insert the end that was broken away from the main plant, not upside down.
Succulent cuttings are also an option, but these leaf starters are a lot cheaper for those with a little patience! When laying on top of or into soil, place correct end in the soil(end that came off of mother plant) I also don't water for the first 2 weeks, keep in shade, no full sun until rooted and growing and then introduce slowly.
** Do not be alarmed if they do not look perfect! upon arrival! They are just leaves and will likely shrivel up completely after rooting and or forming a new tiny rosette! The new growth is the important part. Consider them a seed, not the plant that comes from the seed! If they have a crack, or rough edge, or wilted, or.... don't despair!!! You are not buying a perfect leaf! If a leaf turns black and soggy/mushy, throw it away. Some customers have 100% success, some customers fail miserably, too much sun, moisture, humidity??? We cannot guarantee these guys, they are a cheap opportunity to try propagating succulents at the most basic level. Hope this makes sense!
We also try to always add a few extras w every order.
**DIY accessories like soil, pots etc.