After the summer, most of my succulents are pretty much done growing and looks a bit dried up, but the rain late in the season is helping them out.
Most of the sempervivums have produced their own chicks despite starting from small cuttings, some producing more than others, but overall I'm satisfied with their performance. Some of them disappeared out of thin air and I'm assuming that they were eaten by some kind of animal because I don't see their remains.
These guys are starting to spread out a little, but shouldn't make their real growth until spring once they replenish their growth hormones and experience the wet weather of spring with increased daylight.
Aloe: I'm not sure why, but it looks like each pot has a different species of aloe despite coming from the same source.
Dragonfruit. Looks like it needs a bigger pot by now.