Do you know what these are?
The first one may be Rhaphidophera decursiva. The 2nd looks like Alocasia lauterbachiana
the first one looks a little like Philodendron selloum.
Alocasia brancifolia and Bihai is correct on the second one.
I guess I didn't recognice A. brancifolia because mine is so darn SMALL compared to that lovely specimen!
Thank-you all! You guys are so fast. Going to put them in the ground today. Thank-you.
I have found the A. brancifolia to be very slow growing in comparison with other alocasias. But then again, I got mine as a 2" tissue culture plug about 6 months ago. It has gotten to be about 10" tall in that time. Yours is very lovely!