Yes, the link helps a lot. However, I don't think I'm going to be much help to you. I feel as though some of your plants look familiar, and yet they're not quite right for what I think they could be.
Based on the coloration and shape of the leaves and their edges, #1 still looks rather like a coleus. But the texture and stems look wrong. Coleus have soft leaves and square stems, while the stems on your plant look round. Does your plant have leathery leaves? I have no idea what it could be. (Interestingly, I did
come across a different
plant -- different leaf shape entirely -- that had the exact leaf coloration yours has, that kind of odd, random blotchiness. It was not identified, but simply noted as an L-ll chimera. I don't know exactly what that is, so I can't explain it to you. The extent of my knowledge is that such plants start with a mutation, which might be caused by a disease or improper culture, and spreads by vegetative propagation, i.e. starting new plants from cuttings. There are many variations of plants that start this way and become popular. (Let me be very clear, however, that I don't know
what your plant is, and the curiosity I found could be, and probably is, totally irrelevant.
#2 I have to do further research.
#3 is not
a Persian violet, so I have to look further for that, as well.
I want to say that #4 is variegated Swedish ivy (Plectranthus coleoides
'Variegatus'), and yet I'm uneasy about it. It's "off" in some vague way that I can't quite pinpoint.
In a similar fashion, I would like
to say #5 is Dracaena marginata
and yet, it isn't quite "right" for that. I understand there are some species of yucca that very closely resemble certain Dracaena species. If the edges of the leaves feel rough when you run your finger along them, then it could be that you have a yucca.
#6! Aha! It looks like Hoya compacta
'Indian Rope'. I'm almost certain that's what it is. Has it ever bloomed for you?
#7 I don't recognize. It resembles what is called Creeping Charlie in the U.S., but I'm not sure that's what it is.
I don't feel that I've been any help at all, but perhaps another member will stop by and offer better information. [img]https://i252.photobucket.com/albums/hh27/Kisal_photos/dunno.gif[/img]
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