Hey, all. I broke apart a funeral basket this weekend; I've had it for nearly a year, and everything was starting to get crowded. As I was repotting everything though, I realized I only know what a few of them are. (One is a dracena, the other is a pothos. Oh-and an arrow-leafed something-or-other.) I'm a fairly indifferent gardener--I do best with things that thrive on benign neglect, like these seem to have--but I'd like to know what these guys are, and try to keep them going. Unfortunately, we're in the middle of trying to sell our house, and all of my books got packed in the Great Decluttering. They're currently in storage...in the back, on the bottom. So now I'm looking for an encyclopedia type website, where I can look at pictures of plants and match them to the plants I've got. I've tried googling for every variation on 'common houseplant encyclopedia' I can come up with, but everything I get is based on names-which I don't know. Help?