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HAVE: Sanseiveria cylindrica and San cylin 'Skyline'

Posted by orchidnick z9Ca (orchidnick@yahoo.com) on
Sun, Aug 31, 08 at 12:32

These are 2 distinct growth form of San cylindica. The 'true' form develops 3 leaves only and then makes offshoots. My mother plant has 3 x 34" long and 1" thick leaves. It also has numerous offshoots which are available for trade.

San sylindrica 'Skyline' appears a different growth form. My mother plant has 8 x 32" long, 2" thick leaves and 2 early offshoots. When I got it, one of the lateral leaves fell off and I cut it into 4" segments. These are all rooted and are available for trade. The 2 offshoots are too little, just pocking their heads out of the soil.

Interested in other Sansivieria or cacti I don't have.

Nick


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RE: HAVE: Sanseiveria cylindrica and San cylin 'Skyline'

i send you an e, did you get it?? norma


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RE: HAVE: Sanseiveria cylindrica and San cylin 'Skyline'

Big Mamma. I don't know plants that well and most of your stuff is plants. I'm leaving town tomorrow AM and won't be back until Monday. I need to google up some of the plants in order to make a decision but consider a cutting of each of the Sans yours, just give me time.

Nick


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