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    Not sure what this is

    Looks similar to a Pothos but does not vine.


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    The leaves seem to rounded to be a pothos, perhaps a member of the cordylines?
    It looks like a tropical rainforest plant as opposed to a woodland or temperate forest

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    Looks like a Peperomia, maybe Peperomia obtusifolia.
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    Looks like a variegated Peperomia obtusifolia.

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    Clue and Cth are correct. Pretty easy plant to care for.
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    Thanks I had heard of Peperomia before. It's a very nice looking plant, I really like it a lot. Went next ti my pothos in a bright north window.

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    I agree, Pepperomia obtusifolia is most likely, but P. magnolifolia is very similar and quite common in cultivation. I've never been able to distinguish between the two.

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    Well looked at both. Hard to tell for sure. Could be either. Perhaps there is a subtle difference in leaf shape or color that we aren't seeing.

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