I'd be inclined to leave them alone apart from not letting them dry out through the summer. They won't be taking up nutrients til the roots get a hold so feeding is a waste of time.
Houseplants are a closed book to me, they don't live long enough to warrant a name.
The other is Libertia peregrinans,
looks like Ground Ivy, Glechoma hederacea to me.
Is it evergreen or deciduous?
I'd say coltsfoot as well. Nice yellow flowers early on.
Jimmy Crawford says:Bean pods? See original post
see KT53's post
That fan shape of leaves could be Crinum x powellii
looks like a flower spike to me
Muddle-Up says: nut......EXACTLY.See original post
The question is M-U, are we in the majority or the minority?
There are shelves and shelves of stuff to kill things, all waiting in the GCs. You could get the impression they're essential to gardening.