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Tropical plant ID

A few of you may get this 2x because hort.net seems to be experiencing some
trouble, so I sent it individually to a few of you, too.
I went back and took a picture of the plant called Jacobina.  She puts a lot
of interesting names on things.  She had a Red Sister Cordyline that she
called Red Sister Iroc.  I can't find any reference to Iroc as a common name
anywhere.  There are 2 pics of the Jacobina at:


The URL takes you to one, click next for another.  And while I have you
here, another very vague plant for Island Jim to take a stab at IDing.  The
owner, who winters in Florida, said someone of Spanish descent gave her a
tree/shrub called Red Cee in Florida. She said it has red walnut-like
leaves. Beyond that I know nothing.  any ideas?


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