Kalanchoe & Neanthebella Palm

Could you identify these houseplants?

Hi Patricia,

The first plant is a kalanchoe. Here are some care tips for growing this succulent plantLearn the definition of a succulent plant and why they are called a "fat plant.".

Pink Kalanchoe Kalandiva

Light: Kalanchoe plants like bright indirect lightVery few houseplants should be placed in direct sun. High light refers only to bright indirect light since direct sun often burns the leaves of indoor houseplants. An area that is too hot and dry encourages Spider Mites and causes blooms to quickly fade. A northern exposure really doesn't provide enough light for high light plants. These plants need to be placed directly in front of an east-facing window, within 1-3 feet of a west-facing window, and within 5 ft. of a south facing window. A high light area has over 300 ft. candles of light. and can even tolerate direct sun during the fall, winter, and spring. Direct sun in the summer is too intense and burns the leaves.  Water:  These are Succulent PlantsLearn the definition of a succulent plant and why they are called a "fat plant." with plump leaves that store water for long periods of time and they are easily over-watered. Too much water  causes root-rot and the plantain easily die. Always allow the top 50% of the soil to dry-out before watering. If the soil is exceptionally dry, sit the plant in a deep saucer of water for about ten minutes. This prevents over-watering and keeps the leaves dry. Wet leaves encourage plant diseases such as leaf spot and powdery mildewPowdery mildew is a plant disease that puts a grayish white powder on plant leaves and stems. View a picture of this plant disease and learn how to treat it.Plant Food: Feed monthly with a plant food high in nitrogen diluted to 1/2 the recommended strength. Feed  only when the plant is actively growing. If the soil is very dry, use plain water before using water containing plant food; this prevents the plant food from burning the roots. Temperature: Kalanchoes like warm temperatures between 60°-85°F (15.5°-29.4°C). Temperatures of 40°F (4.4°C) or less can kill a kalanchoe within a few hours. Keep them away from cold drafts and air conditioners. Humidity: Low to normal household humidity.  Too much humidity encourages fungal diseases.
The picture you sent was quite blurry, but I think it was a Parlor Palm (Neanthebella Palm) like the picture below.

Green, compact, Parlor palm

Light: A parlor palm is a great plant for those low-light corners where nothing else seems to grow. Although this plant grows faster in bright indirect lightVery few houseplants should be placed in direct sun. High light refers only to bright indirect light since direct sun often burns the leaves of indoor houseplants. An area that is too hot and dry encourages Spider Mites and causes blooms to quickly fade. A northern exposure really doesn't provide enough light for high light plants. These plants need to be placed directly in front of an east-facing window, within 1-3 feet of a west-facing window, and within 5 ft. of a south facing window. A high light area has over 300 ft. candles of light., it can survive in low lightWhen you select “Low Light” a list of the most adaptive plants in our database appears. These plants can live in lighting conditions too low to support any other plants in our database, but will grow faster in medium and high light. Variegation (color) in the leaves is often lost in low light. A plant in low light needs less water and fertilizer than the same plant in better light. Place a low-light plant within 2-3 ft. of a window with a northern exposure, 3-5 ft. of a window with an eastern exposure, 4-10 ft. of a window with a western exposure, and 10-18ft. of a window with a southern exposure. A low light area has between 50-150 ft. candles of light. The best low light house plants are: Chinese Evergreen, Dracaena Janet Craig, Peace Lily, Heart leaf Philodendron. if you are careful not to over water. Water: Water well and then allow the top 50% of the soil to dry out before watering again. Under-watering may cause  entire fronds to  turn yellow. Over- watering causes root rot. The more light a Parlor Palm gets the more water it needs. Plant Food:  Feed monthly in the spring and summer with a balanced plant food diluted to 1/2 the recommended strength. Feed every other month in the fall and winter. Palms in lower light areas grow more slowly and need less food. Temperature: A Parlor Palm does well in temperatures between 55°-85°F (12.8°-29.4°C).  Humidity: Basic household humidity.