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Three Topics in One Post: Update, ID, Help

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Hey, wassup, guys? So in this post, I'm gonna post an update in my container gardens but I'm also gonna need your help in ID-ing plants (but this isn't urgent or anything) and your help in solving some of my problems.

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The tallest one is Kalanchoe delagoensis. I have had this species for 3 years in a row now and it's on of the oldest species I got. There's a group of Clorophytum comosum on the lower right and the one that kinda looks like a flower is a Plectranthus amboinicus.

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Close-up shot highlighting C. comosum

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Even closer (P. amboinicus)

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Two variations of C. comosum one is still small and one is a lot bigger but got some of its leaves eaten by a lizard but it's gone now.

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Some sort of fern (?) ? It just came to me randomly :lol:

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Moss (?) and another fern (?) ? Again, these are random. I got the moss from my order of carnivorous plants as well as the ferns, I think.

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That's my really old Zingiber officianale. I'm not sure how old but I'm sure it's been more than a year. i'm actually waiting for it to flower. Any tips?

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Close-up shot of the base. P. amboinicus and the other fern (?).

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An Acanthocereus tetragonus cutting from a while back because the mother plant died from shade. It is about the same size from when I took the cutting until I moved it to a sunnier spot then the little pups (correct term?) came out.

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Barrel cactus (?). Oh look! Two pups :D

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Cactus (?) Wee! A lot of pups :D

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The tall one is a Salvia hispanica. It's the tallest Chia I've ever had.

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Klanachoe sp. on the right and Euphorpia hirta on the left.

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Sansevieria trifasciata? Doing well with an off shoot.

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Another variation of C. comosum.

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It's a bamboo (?)... I think. Doing pretty well, though.

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The other variation of C. comosum. This, too, got eaten by a lizard.

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It's the mustard I got from the principal as a gift on our retreat. There actually three the other two were frail but not anymore :D

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Orange? Calamondin? Probably orange.

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Hylocereus undatus the dragon fruit. They seem to by happy in that spot.

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Kalanchoe pinnata (veify?) Are those white spots burns?

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Bird's nest (?) There's something wrong here. They have white spots and the leaves are dying.

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S. trifasciata having two pups now and H. undatus seemingly dry.

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Black spots from the next picture

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Dwarf calamondin (?) doing badly. Any cause and solution?

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Underside of another leaf of the same dwarf calamondin (?) as above.

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C. comosum (left), Orange (?) or calamondin (?) (middle), and ??? (?) (right most)

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??? (?) (middle, the one in red pot) and Orianum vulgare.

I need (but not urgently, there's no rush on ID-ing) an ID on all those with (?)

If you need help understanding my post, please don't hesitate to ask.

Edited by RyanVolle

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