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What is this?

Posted by LauraRobichaud 5b Mass. (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 14, 13 at 18:49

Cute one...not sure if it's something special.


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RE: What is this?

I seen too many to make a possitive ID. So far, I would guess it was Sansevieria trifasciata. It has nice clean moulting and color seperation. In time it will darken up untill no signs of moulting shows. It may also be a reverse Futura called Robusta. It is a wide smaller growing cv.


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It's a neat "Granny Smith" apple color. It also looks as if it has bloomed recently with a cut flower stalk in the middle of the larger plant, so it most likely isn't immature growth.

who knows. It's a cute plant. We'll see how it colors up in it's new home. Thanks, Stush!


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That's the same kind I have, plain ol' S. trifasciata, AFAIK.


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Hmmmm, my trifaciata is so much darker. Oh well. :)


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As individual leaves age, they darken, the new part on the right is much lighter. If the plant is in lower light, that can make the coloring less distinct also.

Is that a bouquet or cuttings in the vase?


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Bouquet...my dad sent me roses for my birthday last week. :)


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Sweet! Happy B-day!


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Thank you very much!


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