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    Kathy
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    I have seen these before but don’t know the names of them so I can’t find out what kind of light and care they need so any help will be appreciated.

    The green one on this pic



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    snowwolf57
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    Kathy

    Hi girl how are you doing I hope all is well now and things are looking up for you , you are in my prayers at night.

     

    The first one is a schefflera and they will handle anythingfrom low to med light the more light they have the less likely they get floppy.

    The second is a dreacena  marginata and take higher light to keep the color margin around the edge.

     

     

     

     

     

     


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    margba
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    I think the green plant in the top pic is some sirt of laurel.  May or may not flower if planted outside in the ground or large po t.  Cant help w/ any of the others!  I am sure the yellow flowers would do ok in partial shade!


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    carross
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    I agree with snow,  I have both of these plants.  Love the sun.


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    Grandmaof2
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    I agree with Snowwolf also


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    ili Z.9
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    <i>Hey Snow, that was great 2 out of 2</i>


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    Kathy
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    Thank you Snow!!!!

    Things can only get better here now so I am looking forward to better days ahead. Thank you for asking.


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    Posynut_NY_zone4
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    I had a schefflera and it can get very tall.  Mine started out in a tiny pot that was a gift from some guy that came here and wanted us to try out a Scooter!  He must’ve thought we looked old or in need!  (I was still working at the time) Ha, ha!  The one I had grew big and I had to stake it and tie it up and it was in living room and got a fair amount of light as I have a large window in front and a medium one on side of living room.  Very easy care and just watered once a week.  Nice and green and healthy looking kind of plant.  I liked it but tired of it, too, so gave it to the girl that helps with the lawn sometimes as she has many plants and likes them.  I also gave her a large Croton I had and it had blossomed a couple of years, too, so that was neat.  My living room is not very big and ceilings are only 7 ft. tall.


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