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Mystery houseplant

comments (4) July 10th, 2013 in gallery
jmarsden1729 jmarsden1729, member
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A spindly green, cascading house plant with round, thick-ish leaves with light veins. The new growth is much darker green.  Is it some sort of philodendron? 

It looks a bit sick and overgrown. Does it want more light? 



posted in: The Gallery, green, mystery plant, spindly, house plant

Comments (4)

jmarsden1729 writes: It finally bloomed, and I believe that it's a lipstick plant.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aeschynanthus_radicans Posted: 9:33 am on March 23rd
oregonanteater writes: It sure looks like a hoya. Easiest way to kill is to over
water it. should get short stems that make odd waxy fragrant flowers occasionally. Posted: 10:20 am on July 26th
jmarsden1729 writes: Yes! They're thick, stiff, and waxy. Thank you very much! Posted: 6:18 pm on July 10th
Linneaz writes: It looks a lot like a hoya plant, but you didn't mention leaf texture. Are they quite thick, stiff and waxy? Posted: 5:07 pm on July 10th
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