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2 IDs if possible

Posted by snappyguy 9 (My Page) on
Mon, Feb 22, 10 at 14:26

I'm fairly new to Sansevieria and only have 2 plants. Both are grocery store/hardware store varieties, and I was wondering if they have names. I've tried looking online but was left confused by the sheer number of varieties. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Sans #1
About 12" tall, with light green new growth, darker green older leaves.
Sansevieria 1

Sans #2
About 48" tall, yellow stripes along the edges of leaves, variable light green variegation. Relatively fast grower.
Sansevieria 2

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RE: 2 IDs if possible

I believe the first one is Sansevieria trifasciata "Moonglow"-"Moonshine" and the second one is the classic trifasciata "Laurentii"!Looking good(especially "Laurentii"!).

RE: 2 IDs if possible


RE: 2 IDs if possible

I forgot the names, can't give any help. Norma

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