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This plant has been following me.
It's a very common plant I believe, but no one seems to know anything about it. If anyone could inform me of the name of this plant and anything else that you may know about it, I would appreciate it a lot. Thanks.
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Where do you live? Any flowers or fruit on it? Habitat where you found it? Height? Wild or cultivated? We'll probably need more info before we can identify it, but could it be a Rhododendron?.
 
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looks like schefflera/brassaia to me, a pretty common tropical house plant (or outdoor shrub/tree in warm climates)
 
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Location? (consider adding your location to your profile).
 
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Leaf shape and waxy looking surface suggest a camellia.
 
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I agree with Alder...I grew them for years in CA; just a common house plant.
 
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