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New Walmart plants! ID please

Tulsa, OK(Zone 6b)

Found some new plants at walmart, but they're not named.:~( Soooooo let's play the name that plant game!!

First, I guess this one is a Nephthytis. The top of the leaves are a misty mauve and the bottoms are green. It's really pretty. Anyone know which one it is??

Plant #1

Debbie

This message was edited Aug 9, 2006 4:36 PM

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Tulsa, OK(Zone 6b)

This one is a different Nephthytis(I assume). The new leaves are red and the old leaves have a red mist and red veins.

Plant #2



This message was edited Aug 9, 2006 4:37 PM

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Tulsa, OK(Zone 6b)

Another of the same plant #2

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Tulsa, OK(Zone 6b)

Plant #3

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Tulsa, OK(Zone 6b)

#3 again. Not a good pic, but it shows the spots on the bark.

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Tulsa, OK(Zone 6b)

Last one. Plant #4

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Tulsa, OK(Zone 6b)

Bumping this up!! No one know their names??

Debbie

Lilesville, NC(Zone 7b)

baja,

your 1st pic is a arrowhead vine like this one, http://davesgarden.com/pf/showimage/96343/

i have one and i water when it's dry and it gets the afternoon sun thru my patio glass doors and is thriving..they get pretty big and bushy...the more sun the get the pinker the leaves get, my mom has one that has solid pink leaves..so so pretty.

still trying to figure out the other pics you posted ;o)

Edited to add that i think this is the last pic.... i also have one of those and it is outside on my front porch and is also thriving, it gets the afternoon sun, not direct sun but lots of lights.

http://davesgarden.com/pf/showimage/813/


char

This message was edited Aug 12, 2006 7:42 AM

Powder Springs, GA(Zone 7b)

The first two are some sort of syngonium (used to be nephthytis). Maybe you can identify them from this site:

http://www.agristarts.com/syn_main.htm

#3 is Ming Aralia (Polyscias fruticosa).


#4 could be some kind of Dracaena deremensis or maybe furcraea?

Westminster, CO(Zone 5a)

That's what I was thinking..........Some kind of varigated Dracaena.

SW, WI(Zone 4b)

I think #4 is Dracaena deremensis 'warneckii'....there are some variations on the spelling of 'warneckii'....but a search will still yield some good results.

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