Identifying a Houseplant? (Unknown)

Can anyone identify these houseplants? I took them from my in-law's house when it was being emptied as I don't like to see plants thrown out. I've had them about 15 months now and they have grown a few more leaves and look healthy, but I don't know what it it or what it does. Because of the bulb I wondered if it was an amaryllis, but I think their leaves grow straight and a lot quicker than this plant that seems very slow growing. The leaves are slightly hairy around the edges but otherwise smooth.
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Anonymous
May 5, 20160 found this helpful

Clivia or capher lily?

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Anonymous
May 8, 20160 found this helpful

I have both amaryllis and desert rose. This looks like a desert rose. So be careful it's sap is poisonous to children and animals. I have pictures but can't get them to post on here. Look on my fb page.

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