Gift for my mum


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helloo!
I need some help :p
I'm making a plants catalogue for my mum. She's got a gazillion plants at home but knows only a handful of their names. I'd be very grateful if anyone could help me identify some of these plants. Thank you! :)

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No. 2 is very pretty. I would have suggested it to be dusty miller but I see I am wrong. Your mom is going to appreicate you taking the time to name all of her plants and put them in a catologe for her.
 
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Hi and welcome to the forum Songla Elle and in order to try and help out - here are my thoughts

1. I feel more than sure is Evolvulus Glomeratus - which unfortunately I don't know the common name of

http://convolvulaceae.myspecies.inf...convolvulaceae/evolvulus/evolvulus-glomeratus

2, Agree with Silver Surfer - Leucophyllum frutescens

3.4. and 5 - all are very definitely Portulaca and although its difficult to say exactly which particular variety they are individually - as all Portulaca - can depending upon which strain they are - have the exact same foliage as well as the same blooms as each other - but to narrow it down a bit - I don't think I would be too far wrong if I were to say that they belonged to the varieties known as - Portulaca Grandiflora - Portulaca Umbraticola and or Portulaca Oleracea
 
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Thank you, gata montes! :)
Apparently evolvulus glomeratus are called blue haze and/or dwarf morning glory
 
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Everyone here has been so helpful :) thank you so much.
I have a few non-flowering (most of them anyway. I think :p ) plants here that I can't identify. Anyone know these:
 

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Those are really beautiful! I usually see the first one in landscapes of malls and other commercial establishments. Thank you for sharing these photos. :D
 

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