^ quoting my boyfriend, responding to my asking him for a witty name for my new thread while he played Brain Age on his nintendo ds. I feel like I really peaked at the last one. sorry, guys. ANYWAYS it's me, again, (possibly) with my last set of plants that need names and or help or both. #1) After going through like a billion aloe species, I believe both these plants are aloe aristata, can anyone confirm this? #2) This is a sad little coffee plant, not sure of its latin name. It was doing so well, sprouting its first set of new leaves for the spring and everything, and then magically one day just dried up. It was strange, because while I will be the first to admit he went a while without water, I don't think it was anything too drastic... maybe a few days of overly dry soil at most.. all my other plants, including a lychee tree and mimosa pudica (which I assume to be fragile, but could be very wrong) were totally unaffected. Later learning that I'd jeopardized some of my other plants with over watering, I now guess that maybe I actually OVER watered him, his roots rotted and he died? The only thing that makes me question that theory is that his pot had drainage and that his roots still hold firm to the ground. WOW, lots of history lol. BASICALLY my question is this... Can anything be done? He appears to be completely dried up, but his leaves are still green, (he's been this way about a week or so). His roots still hold tight to the ground, and he smells "green". I gave him some schultz all purpose plant food and I'm hoping he picks up... am I beating a horse... er... plant? #3) Finally, any ideas on what this cactus might be? Cacti are SO hard to identify for me! #4) I've noticed myself referring to my plants in the third person. Is this okay? THANKS A BILLION FOR THE BILLIONTH TIME!