Plant & Succulent ID help


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I recently go these plants and succulents but I don't know their names nor how to care for them. Any help is appreciated!

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Welcome to the forum :)

First one looks like a Yucca, second could be a date, then some succulents.

Gritty compost and don't water too much.
 
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Greetings, welcome to the Forums.

The Palm appears to be a Majesty Palm (Ravenea rivularis) native to Madagascar. It is a fairly common houseplant palm, though it does want high light conditions for good growth.

The first plant pictured is either Yucca gigantea (synonym: Y. elephantipes) or Yucca gloriosa.

The succulents might be the following, though there are many similar cultivars and hybrids available.
Left: Sedum clavatum,
Top: x Graptoveria 'Fred Ives'
Bottom: x Pachyveria hybrid
Right: Echeveria species or hybrid
 
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The palm is a Ravenea. Enjoy it until it stops looking good in a few months and then throw it away. They almost never survive for even a year indoors. They are native to swamps in Madagascar and demand wet soil, extremely high humidity and full direct sun; not easy to achieve in most homes. It's really unfortunate they are so easy to grow in a greenhouse since they are doomed in homes and offices.
 

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