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I am aware that they got blooms and berries but what I am seeing dosn't look right to me! The blooms on on a chinese severgreen are spath type...
??? A chinese evergreen wearing hair clips???
What are the colourfull things in the picture?
Oak leaved Ivy? Cissus Oak Ivy
you have a jade and what looks to be a aloe plant. Both like lots of sun and to stay on the drier side. If you have your heart set on keeping...
Phalaenopsis Orchid , but I'm not sure of the exact variety but I hope that leads you in the right direction.
I'd say a member of the tradescantia family I'm going to guess purple heart growing in low light conditions.
??? maybe PHILODENDRON 'PINK PRINCESS' ???
it's a zz plant or Zamioculcas Zamiifolia
It sound like a grape ivy (Cissus rhombifolia)
it's a orchid cactus, night blooming (Epiphyllum oxypetalum)
maybe a Selaginella of some type...
Plant number one is a dracaena marginata it is quite normal for the lower leaves to yellow as they age!...
it's a kalanchoe of some type
it's hard to tell from the picture but clivia justs to my mind?
euphorbia leuconeura i'm thinking, (madagascar jewel)
dieffenbachia, I believe, the pic is a little hard to see!
I believe that it is Hoya carnosa compacta
Here's a link to a hoya site so you can see if you agree!...
snow drops (Galanthus)
Brown Spiderwort (Siderasis fuscata)