Plant ID forum→Hello from Willinator, What are these two?

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Name: William Groth
Houston, TX zone 9a
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Willinator
May 24, 2020 3:44 PM CST
I have a couple of other desert type plants to
identify, what are these plants??



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These pictures of one of the plants in it's original pot
does it need to be repotted into a larger pot. And I need
an ID


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Thumb of 2020-05-24/Willinator/3b0baa
These pictures of the other plant which just needs an ID
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Silversurfer
May 24, 2020 4:14 PM CST
1.
2. Maybe Sophora prostrata Little Baby
Name: Daisy I
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DaisyI
May 24, 2020 4:17 PM CST
The first one is an Ocotillo
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Name: William Groth
Houston, TX zone 9a
Peppers Cactus and Succulents Roses Adeniums Cat Lover Sedums
Sempervivums Garden Photography
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Willinator
May 24, 2020 5:35 PM CST
Could this be an Alluaudia species?? I can see it being what is called an Ocotillo
but the leaves are more succulent like being flat and circular but not a leaf quite like
Fouquieria splendens which looks like a real leaf.

And is the Sophora prostrata a deciduous plant as the plant above which does look like a Sophora prostrata does shed its leaves in winter.
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Name: Stefan
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skopjecollection
May 24, 2020 9:19 PM CST
Willinator said:Could this be an Alluaudia species?? I can see it being what is called an Ocotillo
but the leaves are more succulent like being flat and circular but not a leaf quite like
Fouquieria splendens which looks like a real leaf.

And is the Sophora prostrata a deciduous plant as the plant above which does look like a Sophora prostrata does shed its leaves in winter.


Probably alluaudia humbertii
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Name: William Groth
Houston, TX zone 9a
Peppers Cactus and Succulents Roses Adeniums Cat Lover Sedums
Sempervivums Garden Photography
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Willinator
May 24, 2020 10:44 PM CST
Yes the leaves look more like Alluaudia humbertii
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