What the name of these plants? and how i can plant it on pots?

anyone know what those plants name? and how i can grow them on the pots?
i found them on Daiso in Korea.. but i dont know what their name..
q what the name of these plants and how i can plant it on pots, gardening
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  • Michelle Michelle on Jul 11, 2014
    Those on top are bamboo I think I see a Jade up there in the top left but I'm not sure on that In the middle I see some that look like variegated spider plants sorry I do recognize others but have forgotten the names of them. =/
  • Debbie Moore Debbie Moore on Jul 14, 2014
    You have quite a few of the same thing. Some of them need to be put into big pots all together as they are a indoors tree. Buy a book at Lowe's for your area it will tell you all the trees, plants, vines and other plants for your area. Mostly you can go to lows with pen and paper and write down the name once you find it in the trays.
  • Carol Plantz Carol Plantz on Jul 26, 2014
    Or if you don't have a Lowes store in Indonesia, try the library for a plant book. That way you can find out each of them, when to water them, fertilize them, if they need sun or shade and even if they need fertizlier. What a great selection. Have fun with them.
  • Theresa Theresa on Jul 31, 2014
    When you find out what they are, you need to immediately find out if they invasive or destructive to our environment or kids and pets!
  • Myrna Engle Myrna Engle on Sep 02, 2014
    I see several 8 Corn Plants-- Lots of succulents--Quite a few I could name if I saw them to touch them.
  • Per508577 Per508577 on Oct 12, 2014
    Schleffera in pink pot, 2nd shelf?
  • Judy Judy on Nov 05, 2014
    I know a few of them....Top shelf, front row, on the left are a palm of some sort & next to it a bamboo. More palm & bamboo further down the front row too. In the back, 3rd from the left is a Pothos (The one with the big, green & yellow leaves) & 5th from left looks like Ivy. Middle shelf, all 3 on the far left are Schefflera AKA Australian (Queensland) Umbrella tree. Another one on the bottom shelf, front row in the pink pot. Also bottom row, far left, white pot looks like hen & chicks. a succulent of some sort anyhow. Good luck identifying them all.
  • Wanda sinnema Wanda sinnema on Nov 09, 2014
    middle row pink pot on left is a scheffalaria spelling is wrong,, TRY TO GOOGLE SEARCH "HOUSE PLANTS " You should find most there....just scroll down all the photos,....top shelf BAMBOO one with several narrow stems and a gold wire is called LUCKY BAMBOO, It does best in water.... and lots of light,,but not sun....Most plants are displayed how they should be grown.... changing soil and pots as they grow bigger.. only getting a the next size bigger.... don't go huge from a small pot..
    • Judy Judy on Nov 09, 2014
      @Wanda sinnema Yes, Schefflera AKA Australian or Queensland Umbrella Tree. There are several in the picture.
  • Lela Lela on Dec 27, 2014
    What do the stickers on the pots say ? They might give instructions or at least the name of the plant and then google it......
  • Carol Oswald Carol Oswald on Jan 14, 2015
    Is there a specific one that you are interested in? There is a large variety of plants on those shelves.
  • Rosanne Cannon-Schiedel Rosanne Cannon-Schiedel on Jan 31, 2015
    The bundled sticks of green seem to be Ti plants like as in Hawaiian.
    • Lela Lela on Dec 22, 2015
      @User rosa lopez - the picture isn't clear enough to really tell what it is. Can you post a better picture ? I looks like it's trying to revive itself
  • User rosa lopez User rosa lopez on Dec 21, 2015
    Why is it dyeing
  • User rosa lopez User rosa lopez on Dec 21, 2015
    What kind of plant is this?
  • Lela Lela on Dec 22, 2015
    I think the bundles of green stick-like plants are Bamboo & it can be grown in water. I also see a couple Schefflera (middle shelf, far left). They're grown inside in soil & can get to be tall, like a indoor tree. I had one for years that was about 6 ft. I think there's a few Succulants. Depending on your planting Zone they can go outside, but can be an indoor, sunny window plant. Just don't overwater them. Take your picture to a local greenhouse & see if they can help you identify more .....