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What Are These Houseplants?I just got these from a nursery and can't remember what they're called? Please help if you have any ideas so I can look up how to keep them healthy and beautiful.

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July 21, 20170 found this helpful

The lighter green one is a vine type plant.

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July 21, 20170 found this helpful

Since these are newly purchased plants, I would suggest you ask the nursery personnel to give you the correct names - just to be sure.
I cannot see the large plant in the back very well but it looks like a Red Tip Photinia to me. Here is a link with some information but if this is a red tip then it is an outdoor shrub.

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www.plantopedia.com/.../

www.gardeningknowhow.com/.../growing-red-tip-photinia.htm

Not sure about the green vine - are the leaves thick?

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July 24, 20170 found this helpful

Hello ! The two are sedum, the bigger one could be Sedum spurium (dragon's blood) and the light green one could be Sedum morganianum. Depending on how much sunlight they received the color and shape of the same sedum can vary to very light green to deep green and red. They are very easy to grow and any cut will grow roots very quickly even if just left on the surface of the soil. Sedum is a member of the very large crassulaceae family which most famous member is the jade plant : crassula ovata. Hope this helps !

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July 26, 20170 found this helpful

Thank you Catherine for naming these. I know the green vine is not Sedum morganianum as I have that and it is commonly called "donky tail" but it does look like it could be Sedum sarmentosum or stringy stonecrop. I'm not familiar with that one but the photos appear to be very close, except greener.

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Here is a link to care for that plant.

gobotany.newenglandwild.org/.../

myfolia.com/.../71243-stringy-stonecrop-sedum-sarmentosum

I am not familiar with sedum spurlus and I cannot see the taller plant that well (and I know you know your plants) so I am just going to give a little information that might help in taking care of this one also.

gobotany.newenglandwild.org/.../

homeguides.sfgate.com/grow-red-sedum-42264.html

Hope this has given you more information so you can take care of your new plants.

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