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I believe that's a Streptocarpella rather than a Streptocarpus.
It looks like a Gloxinia that has resprouted after dormancy.
I have a rear deck that only gets morning sun, and hard as I've tried to avoid it, a few plants have still suffered sunburn from placing them out...
Graptopetalum paraguayense (aka 'Ghost Plant')?
Have you thoroughly checked it's fronds for spider mites?
I have one of these in my south window, and it is prone to spider mites.
If growing it...
It won't regrow damaged leaves.
You can cut it back, though, and it will sprout new healthy growth.
I'm thinking that it resembles an unidentified Rhipsalis that I own.
Or perhaps P. 'Xanadu'.
That 'wax' also seems to prevent the cut portion from withering after it's cut, which, in turn, keeps it more 'attractive'.
I'd cut the top off that stem (you can see where it was previously cut back) and re-root it in the same pot. The portion...
Good advice from Mark.
I would give the plants a couple/few weeks to adjust to their new environment before attempting to re-pot, though.
Oh, I've had that experience with *many* different brands of soils.
It seems to me that it's usually the bags of soil that the vendors have left...
Just curious....are you planning on using your Neem oil for the solution that James described?
In the past, I'd read quite a bit of information...
Specifically....Polyscias fruticosa, (IMHO) and a very nice, healthy one, at that!
Check out Peperomia ferreyrae....unless those leaves are hirsute...they seem to be so in the photo...are they?...
Hmm...and since you say your cuttings of 1&2 were at the 'top' - I assume this is an erect growing plant...not a pendant/hanging plant?
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The plant in photos 1 & 2....can you describe their 'texture'?
Are they rigid or succulent?
I have nothing scientific to contribute here...but... yeah...I have *A LOT* of plants in my bedroom (and have for years)...I guess I'd best watch...
I don't know what your plant is, either...but it's very intriguing!
What types of plants does that particular seller grow?
What were the plants...
Maybe E. ackermannii which has been transferred to the genus Disocactus.
(Probably the name you were thinking of, lorax!)
There are lots of...