Watch Chain (crassula lycopodioides): Crassula lycopodioides, native to Africa, forms spreading clusters of slender stems with densely stacked tiny leaves. Leaves are pointed, light green in color and arranged along the stems like scales. Known as the "Watch Chain". In habitat, Crassulas usually grow in rocky quartz fields so it needs an open, loose soil with fast drainage. Does best in full sun, and water thoroughly when soil is dry to the touch. Water with caution in winter, as the plant…
Hydrangea Macrophylla: Your photo shows a lacecap hydrangea - showy florets surrounding tiny true flowers. It appears to be a healthy specimen - if you think there is a problem, please send another photo that highlights that.
Reed Orchid (epidendrum radicans): You have a beautiful "Reed Orchid." It prefers fun sun to part shade and does not tolerate frost. This plant is native to central america and does well with regular watering/misting to ensure the orchid bark or soil does not completely dry out.
Geranium (pelargonium species): ~280 species of Geranium Family perennials, succulents, sub-shrubs and shrubs native primarily to South Africa, with in addition there being numerous forms of garden origin. Grown as summer annuals or greenhouse subjects where winters are cold. This is a zonal geranium of the Martha Washington line
I have been on the Banting diet (along with the rest of South Africa it seems!) for the past 5 weeks and nothing I have ever done, exercise or diet wise, has done for my body what this eating plan has (Pancake Easy Low Carb)