I bought this Sans from one of the big box home improvement stores.
When I bought it, it came in a 4 or 5 inch plastic pot. I took the whole thing out of the plastic pot, soil and all, and put it directly in the 6 inch clay pot below. I did not remove the store's soil, I just put EB Stone cactus mix soil to fill out the edges and bottom.
I bought the plant in June and there was only the middle rosette. At the beginning of July, the second largest rosette started to break the soil and grew to the size in the photo in about 3 weeks.
There is another rosette starting to break the soil appx 90 degrees to the left of the white one and another directly across from it.
Then there are two more behind towards the side of the cubicle panel.
So there are 5 rosettes grow in this pot; in addition to the big one. Is it necessary to remove some of them to prevent crowding the pot?
I'm a bit surprised at the growth because the plant doesn't get any direct sunlight it may get some diffused sunlight only. It does sit about 6 or 7 ft below an office fluorescent lamp though.
Anyone know what type of Sansevieria this is by the way?