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Summertime group portrait

Posted by josmik Croatia 7b (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 10, 13 at 14:57

Hi there! It is hot summer here with temperatures reaching up to 40*C and most of my sanses are kept protected inside but some of them enjoy well shaded positions outdoors. This afternoon I gave them a proper showering and decided to share some pics on this forum..


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RE: Summertime group portrait

Just beautiful! I am really enjoying your photos. Thanks for sharing!
Barbara


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Beautiful! Love them all.
K


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Welcome
And those are some large growing hahnii. Nicely done.
Stush


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Thanks to Barbara, Karen, Stush ! :)
Stush, one of my experiences with hahniis is 'the larger the pot the larger the plant'.. but none of them ever flowered..


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Josmik,
Your not alone about hahnii blooming. I have heard a story that it is a trifasciata stuck in a juvenile form. Can't prove it but it makes sense. Just can't figure how it could happen and why it doesn't revert back. Who knows?
Stush


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nice family grouping. Interesting to see a couple of yours blooming. The majority of mine bloom in the fall although I have one with a tall spike getting ready to bloom...will share that later.
Anyway you have some healthy plants. TFS


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Its a beautiful thing to see a person who is in harmony with their sansevierias!


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