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The plant is commonly called a Prayer Plant (Maranta leuconeura), although it has other names. In its native environment, Maranta is a tropical under-story plant, so it likes indirect sunlight, high humidity, relatively high temperatures and no cold drafts. If you've owned this plant for several months or more, whatever you're doing is working because the ...


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Crotons are grown outdoors in Mexico as hedges due to their colourful foliage. Your plants have little to no variegation which is normally due to low levels over a long period of time. I don't see any spider mites which are common and look like grains of salt on the underside of the leaves. My diagnosis is not enough light. Move the plant to a south window ...


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It appears to be citrus swallowtail caterpillars (the butterflies are also known as Christmas butterflies). I imagine you can pick them off when you see them; they look pretty big. I'm not sure what else to suggest for control, offhand.


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It is a Dieffenbachia variety, possibly Dieffenbachia Reflector but there are a great many varieties available. It prefers bright light but not sunlight, reasonable humidity levels, temperatures no lower than about 65 deg. F and does not like to be too wet - water only when the surface feels dry to the touch. Further care info here https://www.thespruce.com/...


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There could be so many thing causing this, but I don't think that this is caused by a disease. If this was cause from a disease, it would be more serious and there would be many more signs of a oncoming illness, not just from yellowing leaves. Because of the yellowed leaf tips, it may be going through some sort of nutrient deficiency, it may not be getting ...


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It looks to me somewhat like a Crape-Jasmine plant. Here is a picture of what one looks like (It looks quite similar):


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