Sansevieria are monocots?

albert_135(Sunset 2 or 3)March 15, 2010

I just found this: "Other monocot taxa being worked ... Sansevieria (Ruscaceae)" over on the Kew Gardens site.

Just a note about halfway down the page. I have not studied it further.

Perhaps everyone already knew this. I didn't know this.

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norma_2006

Yep they sure are and have been recently been classified as Dracaenaceae. This is the latest classification and may not be the last. I don't know this either for a long time. Norma

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