I am new to this forum and hoping someone can help me identify this mystery plant I inherited from a coworker.
As you can see..it is struggling quite a bit. I'd like to identify it so I can revive it
I've already removed the worst looking leaves that had obvious damage. In the pictures you can see that the remaining leaves are curled under and wrinkled in texture.
After googling for quite a but of time, I'm wondering if it is a Xerosicyos perrieri? The thing throwing me off is that some of the leaves come to a soft point while others are completely rounded. And I can't tell how thick the leaves are supposed to be since it's barely hanging on to life.
Here are some closeups of the leaves:
One last thing....
It appears it was potted in a clay pot designed for orchids (bottom drainage hole with 4 long/slender cut-outs on the sides) with orchid potting mix (peat moss and chunky bark). I have a feeling that could be part of the problem?
Thank you in advance for your time and help!