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#367393 Apr 2nd, 2013 at 06:46 AM
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Hi all! I recently got a few cuttings from a co-workers plants. They were given to her and we have no clue of what kind of plants these are.
Plant 1
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Plant 2 this is a new leaf coming out
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Plant 2 leaf
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we can't view your pictures, it just takes us to google mail account ( our own if we had one LOL)] you can use photobucket and up load your pictures there,, then use the image line and copy and paste to a post here, thumbup


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Welcome to the forum, abec13.... wavy

Here's a link about posting pictures, so we can see your plants!


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Thanks everyone for helping the newbie :)
Here goes

Plant one:

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2 pics of plant 2 one is a new leaf forming and the other is a full leaf, this plant trails and has long vines.
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The first one looks like some kind of syngonium, or arrow head vine, although it could possibly be a philodendron. The other 2 pics are definitely philodendron.

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Looks like arrowheads to me. You can grow these just in a glass vase full of water. They are climbers, so you can also put them in hanging baskets. Or put the vase on top pf a bookshelf or other high places and let the vines cascade down! Second one is definitely a climber!


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