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The heart shaped leaves are philodendron. It is a very easy to grow plant, can take low light. The leaves with the purplish spots are prayer plant. When the lights go out, it will fold opposing leaves together like hands in prayer. It also will take low light.
Can't think of the name, but over here in the UK, they are houseplants. Depends on where you are in the world I guess! I wouldn't water too much. Maybe once a week. Good luck!
The plants with the spots/stripes are called "Maranthas" and the plain ones are a type of philodendron. Both like the same conditions: medium filtered light, temps between 75-85. Let dry out between waterings. They can live in any humidity but prefer high, they will become very lush and shiny in high humidity.
The plants ARE called philodendrons. The one that has that has holes in the leaves are called Cheese Philodendrons. They are easy to propagate. Simply put the cuttings in water and they will grow roots.