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ID help, please!

Posted by josmik none (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 10, 13 at 7:06

Bought this one two years ago in a hypermarket in 6 cm pot. It had only 4 tiny leaves and it was in a tray with other different succulents marked 'Mini mix green'. The declaration said it was produced in Denmark. No other remarks. I repotted it instantly. In a slow growing manner it enhanced the rossete and produced one pup which by the time reached the size of mother plant - about 28 cm. The leaves tend to be just slightly curved. Could this be kind of Dwarf Laurentii or maybe a kind of Twisted Sister?
Thanks :)


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Very nice plants. They are Sansevieria trifasciata Futura Superba.


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Stush, your plant is beautiful! Thank you very much for your help :)


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Hi Josmik! Very nice plants you have there! I thought of twisted sister too as a possibility. If it has yellow variegation through the center of the leaves it might be a futura medio picta. Not sure though...


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Thank you Lovemysans! There's no central variegation on the leaves on this plant. For now it's closest to Futura Superba but kind of dwarf. I have several Futura Superbas (see pic) but they are much bigger plants than this one. Maybe I still have to wait for some time.. :)
josmik


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That is one extremely nice growing plant. Well done Losmik..


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Hi Josmik! I agree with Stush! Keep doing what you're doing!

You and Stush are probably right about the name...


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Thanks to Stush and Lovemysans! I'll keep you informed
:)


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