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Need i.d's, please

Posted by bruggirl z9FL (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 27, 05 at 9:01

I'm undertaking the huge job of making a photo catalog of all my plants, and I'm trying to get botanical names on as many as I can. I have three sansevieria I don't have i.d.'s on. They are in webshots in the sansevieria album.

Thanks in advance!

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RE: Need i.d's, please

Never mind. Was hoping for an answer that would take less time than looking them up, but I've already done it now. Thanks anyway! Looks like no one else here has anymore time than I have. :)

RE: Need i.d's, please

As I said in another post IDing plants from photos even with accompaying text detail is hazardous. I looked at your photos. Are you sure No 1 is a sans? No 2 looks like a trifasciata type - maybe 'Silver Queen'. And No 3 looks like so many Sans species I wouldn't even try to guess. Sorry

RE: Need i.d's, please

Not a problem, really! I identified them as 1) Moonshine 2) Silver Queen (but a very short version of it) and 3) Ballyi. I love them all!

RE: Need i.d's, please

Hey!! What's not to love - huh?

RE: Need i.d's, please

I have about 200 at this time, and all named. I did a photo album for my self, it is so easy to get them mixed up, and then forget their name. I've had many people help me name the ones that lost their label. So now I always put in two, one on the top, and one on the bottom.
There has been a lot of name changes, so I put the old name in ( .........) and just add on the new one and date the change.

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