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What are the NAMES of these plants?

Posted by PlantN00b none (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 11, 14 at 4:30

Hi. I have taken plants to brighten up my bedroom a bit. I do not know what the names are but they seem to be thriving well in indirect sunlight, I just keep their soil moist and they're growing fine. What are the names of these plants so I could research on how to care for them properly. :) Please help me! This is my first time to deal with or care for plants so I am very new. Not even the closest familiar.

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RE: What are the NAMES of these plants?

The plant on the left looks like Cordyline fruticosa.

RE: What are the NAMES of these plants?

On the left, one of the newer Aglaonema cultivars, like 'Black Cherry.' The one on the right may be a Philodendron, not a good pic for ID. Spider plant (Chlorophytum) in the background of both, Sansevieria in the background on the left, probably.

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