Identification: Mystery office plants

Discussion in 'Indoor and Greenhouse Plants' started by Muncho, Feb 3, 2015.

  1. Muncho

    Muncho Member

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    Hello, can anyone identify these mystery office plants? I've inherited them from the previous contractor and I'd like to rejuvenate them. This is a basement in an office complex, with 24/7 fluorescent lighting, relatively dry conditions.

    1 Something tiny
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    2 Cactus type
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    3 Very abundant, however base seems crowded with stems
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    4 Is this two plants?
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    5 Very abundant
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    6 Obviously needs a larger vessel!
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    7
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    8 The same as number 1? Also, the plants seem to be very easy to knock out of the soil.
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  2. Junglekeeper

    Junglekeeper Esteemed Contributor 10 Years

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    Looks like:
    1. ?
    2. Euphorbia trigona;
    3. Schefflera arboricola;
    4. Dracaena fragrans (Deremensis Group);
    5. Aglaonema cultivar;
    6. Dracaena sanderiana;
    7. ?
    8. ?
     
  3. togata57

    togata57 Generous Contributor 10 Years

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    1 & 8 maybe Aloe.
    (I fear for the the safety of the aloe in photo 1! Sideshow Bob alert!)
     
  4. Axel

    Axel Active Member

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    The 7. plant is a Synadenium.
     
  5. bonsaipf

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    #1 and 8 are definitely Aloe
     

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