Thanks for your help identifying the plants I uploaded last week. The responses were helpful and I was able to find the info I needed. I have a few more today that I would like some help with.
6 = Coleus
7 = plant in front = Tradescantia blossfeldiana/cerinthoides
Thanks for the answers.
Any ideas for the others?
The last one looks like a variegated Jack in the pulpit.
I'm sorry, I only knew the coleus myself but...
would you mind telling me how you posted several photos at one time? I can't figure out for the life of me how to do that!. Each time I post something I have to "reply to post" in order to put another picture in. Sheesh.
You have to upload your photos to a site like Photobucket. From there you just copy and paste the photo's html code into your message. On Photobucket you can find the code for each photo in the link that looks like a paperclip.
1 and 3 are succulents - maybe crassula and sedum respectively - you could repost in the specialty forum
2 no idea really - do the leaves have any scent?
4 looks like an overgrown clump of mini dendrobium orchids
5 something in the aster/daisy family - you may need to wait till it flowers to get an absolute ID
6 coleus agreed
7 yes tradescandia in front looks like a fuschia in the back.
8 some sort of aroid there is a forum for those too if you want to get closer
the last one does remind me of jack (in the pulpit), but the leaves appear to be more ginger (Asarum)??