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Rescued Sans, Don't Know Variety

Posted by eahamel 9a (My Page) on
Sat, May 11, 13 at 19:34

Someone was throwing this one out, and it found its way down the block to my yard. I've had it about 10-13 years or so, and haven't ever repotted it.

Oops, this was supposed to be under the thread below, 10 year old sans show & tell!

This post was edited by eahamel on Sat, May 11, 13 at 19:37

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RE: Rescued Sans, Don't Know Variety

that is a very pretty sans, as well as a pretty rescue story

RE: Rescued Sans, Don't Know Variety

There are many Sansevieria out there that I might be wrong but it looks similar to The standard Sansevieria trifasciata. The mother of all the trifasciata cultivars today. How fitting for 'Mother's Day'.
You could use a tomato cage to support the leaves and helps when moving it. May need the help of another person to slide it over it.

RE: Rescued Sans, Don't Know Variety

I also agree with that name, but I am not that good regarding naming Sans. So now I'll but out. Norma

RE: Rescued Sans, Don't Know Variety

Thanks, I believe it probably is trifasciata. It's hard to find many different hybrids here.

I hadn't thought about supporting those floppy leaves. But no, not a tomato cage. I use those for my tomatoes and can't stand the way they look. Maybe one string or wire around it, with a stake of some sort. I'll have to think about that, thanks for the idea.

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