How do I identify this plant?

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Hi does anyone k ow what kind of plant this is

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  • Janet Vestal Janet Vestal on Feb 10, 2019

    PLANTSNAP app...you take a pic of leaf/ stem etc on app and it can tell you possibilities....you can then read and determine variety

  • Ar Sayre Ar Sayre on Feb 10, 2019

    The broad leaf is a Cereus plant... you can watch it bloom here...

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQ4lQM9_sL0

    I love mine. It blooms once a year about 11pm on a hot summers night. It skips a whole year if I change it's location.

  • Umma Umma on Feb 10, 2019

    I'm pretty sure it's called a night-blooming cereus.

  • Jacqueline Jacqueline on Feb 11, 2019

    i thought it looked like a sweet pea ?

    • Rymea Rymea on Feb 11, 2019

      There are two different plants. The wide leaf is a night blooming cereus. Can't see the other one well enough

  • Melanie Melanie on Feb 11, 2019

    They have made an app on Google Play store that will help u identify the plant by its leaf.

    IMO though, I think it looks like a sweet pea as well.

    Let us know if u try the app and how it goes.

  • Redcatcec Redcatcec on Feb 11, 2019

    Great suggestions from Janet and Ar, give the links a try and see what you discover! The photo had me convinced it was Sweet Pea as well.

  • LibraryKAT LibraryKAT on Feb 11, 2019

    You could also take it to your local nursery and ask.

  • Lah Lah on Feb 11, 2019

    It is a shamrock plant. I am currently bsbysitting two of them for a friend who is out of town

  • Ann Ann on Feb 11, 2019

    It’s either cerius or something that my mom had and called an orchid blooming cactus. Her plant had hot pink flowers. I think that cerius have white flowers.

  • Pat Pat on Feb 11, 2019

    It is a Night Blooming Cereus. I had one and sometimes branches come out from the stem of a leaf. If you are very patient with it it will reward you with a bloom. It took mine years and years to bloom, at night!

  • Laura Laura on Feb 11, 2019

    It is a Night Blooming Cereus. They are easy to grow and easy to make new ones simply by putting a cutting into a glass of water and wait for the roots to grow. Unfortunately, mine has never bloomed.

  • Van.Isle.BC Van.Isle.BC on Feb 11, 2019

    https://www.picturethisai.com/


    Nice to see people helping people.

    This is the app. I use.



  • Lucinda Cristler Lucinda Cristler on Feb 11, 2019

    Judging by what the plant looks like in the pot, it appears to be a birds nest fern or a blue fern with a leggy growth

  • Em Em on Feb 11, 2019

    Laura is the only correct one. it is a night blooming cerus. It gets a huge flower opens for one day and dies.

  • Shannon Stordock Hecht Shannon Stordock Hecht on Feb 12, 2019

    I'm debating with myself between a Rhipsalis and the Night Blooming Cereus.

  • Tony Yi Ping Wang Tony Yi Ping Wang on Feb 12, 2019

    Some people call it "silk flower"