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Pictures of children

Posted by laura1 9aTpa,FL (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 9, 13 at 14:00

Midnight Fountain I got a few years ago. It blooms every year.


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Oh, please feel free to make corrections on names!!!
Sansevieria canaliculata 'dwarf'


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close up of Sansevieria canaliculata 'dwarf'


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Sans. dooneri also a good bloomer


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Sansevieria suffruticosa


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Sansevieria kirkii pulchra just divided and re-potted. It has never bloomed for me.


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Sans. grandicuspis...see bloom next picture.


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flowering


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Sansevieria 'Twisted Sister'...mostly I like the name!


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Sans. trifasciata "Mein Liebling" a fairly new one for me. It looks over potted but it needed a pot that larger to fit the roots in. I'm expecting more shoots...


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I think this is a hahnii but can't seem to find one that is dark like this. Any help with an ID is appreciated. It was pretty beat up when I got it. It is looking better now.


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Sansevieria concinna 'small spoon'-this has been on the top shelf and not getting the water it should so it isn't in perfect health!
...and i think this ends the show!


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Oh Laura! Wow, thanks for your pictures! I see that you are in the Tampa area. You have such a wonderful climate for plants. I can see that you are having a good time growing your sans. Yes, our plants are like our children, I can relate to this. You have some great plants!


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I forgot to mention, the dark hahnii that you have might be 'Loops Pride'. Do a search and see what you think.


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Great plants!!!


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All beautiful! But I do like the name of twisted sister!
Karen


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thanks mbock for the name tip. I looked up Loop's Pride and it is the closest I've seen so far. That will be the name I use...until a better one comes along ;-)


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Here's a picture of my Loops Pride. It has thicker leaves than regular hahnii and it has a keel on the back side of the leaf. Some don't show a lighter margin like mine has.
Stush


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Loop's Pride has a funny little leaf tip which mine has but it doesn't have that keel. For some reason I think it had a name on it "black jade" or "jade" but when I did a search I couldn't find anything under those names. Poo!


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There is a S. t. hahnii 'Jade'. It does get dark. Some look lighter but depends on growing conditions. Yours looks to be 'stacking'. I have seen a regular hahnii stacking at over 3 feet tall. If that store still has it, I will get a picture of it when I go back there.
Stush


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What a beautiful family :) I thought one of your kids resembled a Sans. Clyindrica? In any case beautiful.

Greg


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