Name: Lynda Horn Arkansas (Zone 7b) Eat more tomatoes!
You might want to be careful with the polka dot plant... they don't like to dry out at all, and they need a lot of humidity, a hard houseplant to grow and keep healthy. They do well in terrariums. Some folks in humid, hot areas plant them outside as annual bedding plants.
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Agree with all but #3 I think is a Dracaena marginata, with dark leaves cultivar such as 'Magenta'.
it is common for a Dracaena sold as a topcutting, and studded into small pot for a fuller appearance.