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If I were to post a couple of pictures of houseplants, would anyone be able to help me identify them? We received 5 plants from my mother-in-law's funeral, but I am not sure what four of them are.

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Do post them. I'm sure you'll be able to get some answers. Knowing what they require will keep them in good condition and plants add so much.

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We received two of the same plant, so I will only show three. The first one has burgundy leaves, which are a little thick. I also have a close up of the stem on that one.

#1

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Stem

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#2 (no flower stems detected)

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#3

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All three, for scale

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#1 is a rubber plant-they can be all green or some have red-different varieties of same plant

#2 is a peace lily (spathiphyllum)

#3 is a kind of mum watch this for spider mites because they like to hitch a ride in these. when we get a plant like this at church it gets isolated from all others after initial event.

Good luck with them - they are beautiful

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Thank you! That is the way I was leaning, but I wasn't positive. I will move the mum away from the others - it is kinda crowded in my plant area now, anyway. smile

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