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What about Lewisia pygmaea?
The Heliotropioideae subfamily (Heliotropium, Tournefortia) is strongly under-documented, there are many species without a single photo on the...
Probably one of the many Tournefortia species.
Probably an oak.
Ilex vomitoria came to my mind.
Ligustrum sp. (most likely L. lucidum)
Looks like Photinia sp. to me.
There are several Begonia species with this leaf form and spotted pattern, not to even mention the hybrids. I don't think it can be clearly...
Agreed, looks like Pleurothallis titan to me.
A begonia, like Begonia heracleifolia.
The first one may be Begonia conchifolia.
Possibly an Aristea.
The red one is an Emilia sp. (Asteraceae)
The second one has the general appearance of Tridax procumbens to me (with a slight mutation causing it...
Doesn't look like Euphorbia to me. What I think is that this plant parasites on that small-leaf other plant seen on the picture. I would search...
To be honest Wendy, it's more about the impression than anything else. Unfortunately the harsh sunlight makes the foliage pretty much impossible...
I wouldn't be surprised if these actually were Lampranthus hybrids (instead of Carpobrotus).
The first one is a dwarf cultivar of Tabernaemontana.
Anagallis sp. (A. arvensis, I believe)