basedonfact
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Another house plant identification

We collect houseplants. Lots of them. We've been living in our new house for a year and a half and have about 20 plants now. We've got them all identified through googling (and a few requests here last year.)

I've got one that I can't find despite my tireless googling. I don't think it's a tricky one, I'm just unlucky I think :P Any ideas? It seemed unhappy in full sun, and unhappy in full shade, but now that we have it in a really bright spot but with no direct sunlight, it seems pretty thrilled.

[img]https://i358.photobucket.com/albums/oo21/katypublic/mystery1.jpg[/img]
[img]https://i358.photobucket.com/albums/oo21/katypublic/mystery2.jpg[/img]

He's probably about a foot high.

And on a completely unrelated note that doesn't deserve a separate post, I am SO excites - I got some 'dying japanese maples' on the super-cheap last fall and didn't think they'd survive the winter freeze. This morning, got to see that both of them are covered in tiny new buds! I scored two japanese maple trees for less than twenty bucks. I can't wait to plant then and watch them get healthier :)

DoubleDogFarm
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How about Ming Aralias

https://lornasassatlarge.files.wordpress.com/2009/03/img_3525.jpg

basedonfact
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DoubleDogFarm wrote:How about Ming Aralias

https://lornasassatlarge.files.wordpress.com/2009/03/img_3525.jpg
Yes! Thank you so much! I knew someone could get it eventually. now I can make sure it's gettin' the right care! :)

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