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Posted 5M ago by @MrsSmith

¡Hola #GregGang! Hope y’all are having a great day that’s flowing into a peaceful evening. Well at least it’s evening for us here on the East Coast. Anyways, I stopped by a vineyard and saw this beauty on their grounds 💜💚💜💚 Can anyone identify this? #WhatPlantIsThis #HappyPlants #PlantsMakePeopleHappy #PlantAddict #PlantID
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The first one is a Cockscomb. It is an annual unless you are in a very warm climate, then it is perennial. The second one looks like a Hoya. Perhaps a Motoskei. I have one and it looks same. Your is more variegated than mine. @MrsSmith
So pretty!! Maybe a type of coneflower?
And this one too 🪴💚💛
Looks like a celosia plant
Ok ok. I googled and apparently the celosia plant is commonly known as a cockscomb. And the images line up so I think @SirLiquorice and @Stall54Jo got it! Thank youuuuu!!! As for the “maybe Hoya” it’s not mine. It’s something I’m considering buying. The seller doesn’t have any name listed. I’m waiting to hear back from him. Figured I’d ask the experts first ☺️
@Stall54Jo Ok so the seller says it’s a peperomia 🤔🤷🏾‍♀️ #Peperomia #peperomiapals Help a sista out!!!
@Stall54Jo With some help from #greg @ManyLime and @LatiTish84 we solved the caper of the green and yellow plant. It looks like it’s a Dracaena Florida Beauty. Definitely not a peperomia 🙅🏾‍♀️🤦🏾‍♀️ Looks like the seller was misinformed.
Ooooh! THAT'S a cockscomb? Mines don't look like that.. but I guess there are many varieties. Mines are little
@ManyLime Yep. That’s exactly what it is!! 👍🏾👏🏾
It's a silver cockscomb
@Sassylimey Good morning and yes!! That’s what it is. Your picture is the best one I’ve seen. It accurately reflects exactly what I saw 😍💚 So beautiful in person!!
Good morning Monique, I'm glad I was able to help, have a wonderful day 🥰🌱🌿🪴💛
I am so 😊 glad @MrsSmith that the mystery is solved. Dracaena, I can see that. I looked at that one too. So many have that beautifully spotted look.

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