ItsAllAboutTheKarma
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I was looking for help to identify some plants please

Hi everyone i have some house plants that i got from a friend, i have no clue what they are so i was hoping someone could look at the pics and maybe tell me. I want to be able to care for them correctly, any help would be so appreciated :D
thanks so much

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Kisal
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#1) Dracaena marginata

#2) Looks to me like Dracaena deremensis 'Warneckeii', but it could be Dracaena augustifolia 'Honoriae'. I can't tell from the pic.

#3) Looks like Epipremnum aureum aka Scindapsus aureus (Pothos). I can't tell for sure from the pic whether it might be Golden Pothos, or the variety 'Marble Queen' or maybe even 'Tricolor'. Pothos tends to lose its variegation if not grown in bright enough light.

#4) Schefflera arboricola, possibly var. ‘Gold Capella’. If it's that variety, it should be showing more variegation, but like Pothos, these plants sometimes lose their variegation if not given bright enough light.

HTH! :)
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Thank you so much, im really new to plants and have been doing research but there are just so many.
I appreciate you help so much.

Cara

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Kisal
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You're quite welcome! :)

And welcome to the forum! We're happy to have you with us! :)
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