Mother In Law's Tongue
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Mother-in-Law Plant

Anonymous added on November 27, 2010 | Answered

We have a plant at work that looks like a mother-in-law plant. It has been there for years. Today we noticed that there reddish-orange leaves or flowers developing. Is this a mother-in-law plant, the rest leaves are all green. This is the first time that this plant has the reddish-orange leaves/flowers on it. Why is this happening?

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Heather
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Answered on November 30, 2010

These plants do flower, but typically the flowers are a white or cream color. You may have another kind of plant or the plant may have a disease.

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