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Botanists identify plants according to key characteristics such as the area in which the plant is growing, the shape of the plant's leaves, the type of bark or lack of bark and the presence or lack of fruit and flowers.How can I identify my house plant?
Steps Ask for help. Take the plant or a few leaves, flowers and seeds to a greenhouse or nursery that sells houseplants and ask if someone can identify it. Identify the houseplant yourself. Collect some houseplant reference books, making sure that they cover houseplants and not just native plants or garden plants. Examine the plant carefully.