What plants are these? Help me identify!

Peaches1710

Hello everyone,
Was wondering if anyone could help me identify these plants. I have bought these on various occasions, the latest being today, and I have only found conflicting information online so was hoping someone with a bit more experience and knowledge could help me. The first 2 photos are of the one I bought today which I thoughts was some sort of sword but which did not have any label and the employee was completely clueless and clearly just there for a summer job. The next 2 photos are of a plant that I bought 6 weeks ago as a Crypt, although I don't know if this is true, nor which variety it may be. It looks the exact same as the one I got today though, which the pictures do not support. The leaf colour, shape, and texture is quite identical but I have noticed that the 'crypt' grows leaves from the centre and then blooms outwards where as the 'sword' I got today grows leaves straight out from the base if that makes sense. The next one is a sword that was sold as a Queen Marble that I got about 6 weeks ago and the next is also a sword from the same place that I bought as a Rose Sword. I then have another plant (last photo) I bought probably a year ago (I was a complete beginner to aquarium plants) as a small little plant. It thrived even in a 5 gallon with limited fertiliser, no special lighting and no CO2 and I have propagated it quite well. Any help, thoughts, feedback, and advice on the name of these plants is greatly appreciated.
 

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bcfishtanks

I agree that the first two look like some sort of broad-leafed sword. Not sure about the rest.
 

Rye3434

2nd to last is a crypt, last looks like pogostemon stellatus octopus or a hygrophila
 

Chiasmodon

Hello everyone,
Was wondering if anyone could help me identify these plants. I have bought these on various occasions, the latest being today, and I have only found conflicting information online so was hoping someone with a bit more experience and knowledge could help me. The first 2 photos are of the one I bought today which I thoughts was some sort of sword but which did not have any label and the employee was completely clueless and clearly just there for a summer job. The next 2 photos are of a plant that I bought 6 weeks ago as a Crypt, although I don't know if this is true, nor which variety it may be. It looks the exact same as the one I got today though, which the pictures do not support. The leaf colour, shape, and texture is quite identical but I have noticed that the 'crypt' grows leaves from the centre and then blooms outwards where as the 'sword' I got today grows leaves straight out from the base if that makes sense. The next one is a sword that was sold as a Queen Marble that I got about 6 weeks ago and the next is also a sword from the same place that I bought as a Rose Sword. I then have another plant (last photo) I bought probably a year ago (I was a complete beginner to aquarium plants) as a small little plant. It thrived even in a 5 gallon with limited fertiliser, no special lighting and no CO2 and I have propagated it quite well. Any help, thoughts, feedback, and advice on the name of these plants is greatly appreciated.
I think the first one is Echinodorus 'Ozelot Green. I have the same plant before but it died
 

ProudPapa

I think the first one is Echinodorus 'Ozelot Green. I have the same plant before but it died

I'm not saying you're wrong, but I have a couple of the green Ozelot swords also, and they definitely show more red pigmentation in the leaves than the pictures posted above.
 

Chiasmodon

I'm not saying you're wrong, but I have a couple of the green Ozelot swords also, and they definitely show more red pigmentation in the leaves than the pictures posted above.
Mine don't have a red pigmentation, it's pure green and most of my plants does not normally produce red pegmintation even though they can. It might be the lighting I'm using.
 

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