Posted 2w ago by @sarahsalith

Hello other #UnidentifiedPlant and #UnknownPlant #Greggers!
#helpneeded #helpaplant #CactusClique #SucculentSquad #SucculentLove

How about you show us your #unknown plants so can take a stab at helping you identify your baby! Maybe you have a #FreshLeafFriday plant or #HappyPlants or maybe #NotSoHappyPlants but you know that #PlantsMakePeopleHappy so a proper #PlantID and #plantidentification would be helpful. 😁

I know what my "unknown plant" is, it's my humidifier that Greg reminds me to fill up!
πŸ˜„ Greg reminds me to water my cat
Ooo what a good idea! Can’t wait to see
@Hypsie you’re serious
I love this idea! Mine is my propagation wall!

Can't wait to try and help others πŸ‘€
@Hypsie that's greatπŸ˜‚
@Hypsie @jcPlantProper @ABCD @PlantMompy @CoolNoblefir

Welp, if there are no takers- maybe I'll repost tomorrow. (: I just finished my day and I'm off to bed!

Good night, all!
@sarahsalith I have one but I'll show you tomorrow.
Here it is. So this plant use to be about 3 feet tall and have four tops like the one pictures. My cat destroyed the plant when I adopted him and so I cut the two remaining tops off and they took root.
This is what it looked like before he got to it. I've had it for years but never did know what it was. I never felt like bothering someone with so much information but if you ever do want to help out I'd appreciate it.😊
@CoolNoblefir that looks like a green dracaena! I'm not sure of the specific name, but I'll see if I can find it for you.

I love that they are able to root well when broken. οΏΌ The stem where it was broken off should actually branch in that spot!
I have that growing another pot. It has a tiny green nub near the base of the plant. Thanks!😊
@sarahsalith good night πŸ’€
@CoolNoblefir plant looks like a Marginata, but I don't see any red so it might be a Dracaena Americana. οΏΌοΏΌI believe Americana leaves are green.
@ABCD now I'm REALLY going to bed. 😴
@sarahsalith you're right. No red.
@CoolNoblefir such a small world- I was watching a video while I was folding the last of the laundry (for the day) and I came across this.

She talks about the plants around the 11:00 mark.
I think the sun ray might be it.
This plant was from a... stem cutting... I threw a bunch of stuff in a pot and watched to see what lived... only this one and 1 leaf of the global green at the bottom survived.. but I have since forgotten what it is..πŸ€·πŸΎβ€β™€οΈ
Great idea @sarahsalith I was shopping at 99cent store and saw some gorgeous succulent but they are almost never identified. I fell I love with the aloe and it’s beautiful pot $6.99, yellow pot succulent I’ve never seen, very unique $4.99 and the echeveria was $1.99. I researched the aloe a bit, could it be a β€œshort-leaved aloe” hmm idk, it was rare finding healthy succs, so I hope they get picked up soon, I would hate for those cuties to get tossed.
@ManyLime your plant looks like my peperomia pixieοΏΌ.
@AguaViviente i'm gonna call in some experts on your plants!

That first one is COOL! It's warty-lookin.

Maybe the second one is a tiger tooth aloe?

The third one is definitely an Echeveria ... which one. πŸ€”
@Hypsie @Yeeha234 @vvvelo @ZestfullyDwarf οΏΌif y'all know or maybe each tag four folks if you don't, we could help Esse out fast!
@sarahsalith Echeveria Lola.
@sarahsalith Aloe Brevifolia, the short-leaved aloe.
@sarahsalith Tiger Jaw
Big thanks y’all πŸ’šβœ¨πŸ‘πŸΌ smarties πŸ‘πŸΌ
@AguaViviente I knew @vvvelo would know!
Help! This plant was given to me last September when my spouse passed. It had dark purple flowers. I do not know what it is. #PlantID #plantidentification #WhatPlantIsThis #FloweringPlants #unidentifiedplant #unknownplant
@Hypsie and my bird… πŸ˜…
@tango My bird used to nibble on all my herb plants 🀎 Miss that little fluffer
@JungleLady505 I'm so sorry I missed your post yesterday. Did you plant look like this? It's called a Scarlet Sage - I believe they can have purple flowers, but red is more common.
That looks like it. When it blooms again or if…I will post. Thanks so much.

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