I'll start off by stating I may be doing things wrong with the plant, but this is the first time I've taken up caring for plants. I work in an office setting where nearly all the staff members (about 20+) have plants and each take of them fairly well. I eventually wanted to get in on the action and asked the office secretary (she has numerous plants) if I could get one and I end up getting 3 from her, 1 from another and 1 from a relative. I got them all fairly small, but none from seed. Anyway, I planted them all in one single pot. I realize this is a big no-no, even though I was warned it may not succeed. I proceeded anyway. The first 4 attachments are from about 4 months ago. The next 4 attachments are from a couple of weeks ago. I know one is an aloe vera, another a peace lily and the third a type of plant that supposedly repels mosquitos. I'm not sure of the other two. I thought about repotting after the 3rd month, but they have been growing relatively well, so I'm afraid of repotting at the moment. I do rotate the pot every few weeks, so that each plant gets an equal share of lighting. I have been watering twice a week. I water enough to see the collection plate fill up to the rim. This was bout half a small plastic cup at first. Now I've been using a full cup of water and its usually absorbed by the next morning. I'm not sure if I should continue watering this much during the winter.