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#102750 Aug 4th, 2007 at 05:53 AM
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Hey everyone...hopefully I'll get some responses! Does anyone know what this plant is? My sister-n-law gave me a start, she said it came from Hawaii. Thanks!
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And, I love this one, but I don't know what it is either!
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Also, this is my wandering jew that I have worked with for 8 years now!
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And a creation of mine from a marble queen...
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Hello wavy

Your first Pic looks like a hoya , it wil get what looks like 'spurs' on the stem do not disturb them they develope into flowers flwr when the flower is done with blooming do not cut off they will bloom from the same 'spur again year after year. grin

The second Pic I'm not sure of why

Your third and 4th pic looks great . All of your plants are Very healthy Good Job!! clap clap


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angelblossom #102755 Aug 4th, 2007 at 06:33 AM
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THANK YOU! A hoya? I will research that...


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Originally Posted by beginner_gardner_jmh2911
THANK YOU! A hoya? I will research that...
Hoya carnosa

Wild Willy #102757 Aug 4th, 2007 at 06:56 AM
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Thanks, Willy! I should learn to use the resources of this site more often!!!


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I don't know #2 & 3, but the 4th is a pothos. And yes, all look very healthy!


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I agree with everyone hoya and pothos, not sure about the others.


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Thanks everyone...but I didn't know what the first and second one was! The third is a wondering jew, the fourth is a pathos.


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the second one is a peperomia. sorry, i don't know which one - i've been trying to identify it since i got the same plant last year!


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