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Plants are supplied as cuttings generally with roots. We suggest you leave them unpotted for a few days to allow any cut surfaces to dry. Please note that we generally do not ship Sansevierias during the winter as we are not able to divide plants at that time.
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Sa 250 BOOK! The Sansevieria Trifasciata Varieties by B. Juan Chahinian 2 brand new and one slightly used. Prices on application. 0
Sa 177 Sansevieria 'African Dawn' Related to S. aubrytiana but with leaves so densely mottled to appear whitish-green with thin green lines. The leaf has a pink blush spreading from the base upwards. 0
Sa 004 Sansevieria 'angustior' HBG Lavranos Somalia. Very dwarf with elliptical leaves in rosettes with distinct black cross-banding. Slow. 0
Sa 059 Sansevieria 'Balthasar' An interesting Chahinian cross between S. fischeri and the spoon-leaf sansevieria Lav.5949 from Mozambique. The leaves are grey-green, thick, spoon-shaped and with markings as in S. fischeri. Compact. Inflorescence intermediate. 5
Sa 233 Sansevieria 'Black Scimitar' ES 7212 Thick black-green leaves and capitate flowers 20
Sa 207 Sansevieria 'Blue Kew' Short glaucous leaves. Forms a short stem. Sometimes possible. 0
Sa 237 Sansevieria 'Boncel' Compact growing hybrid of S. cylindriva v.patula. 10
Sa 116 Sansevieria 'Doris Pfennig' A hybrid of hargeisana x pinguicula named in honour of the wife of its creator. More cold tolerant than S. pinguicula. Leaves are thick and slightly recurved ending in a very sharp point. Offsets by stolons which root down easily like S. pinguicula. Not fast growing. Flower stem short and branching. 10
Sa 048 Sansevieria 'Druid Hill' A Jankalski hybrid that looks like a parva with thick leaves and lighter cross-banding. Attractive. Limited. 0
Sa 234 Sansevieria 'Dyke' R2263. Leathery glaucous leaves. Very slow growing, so available occasionally 0
Sa 112 Sansevieria 'Ed Eby' (patens) Very dark green stiff pointed leaves with distinctive grooves down the sides. Young plants have recurved leaves. Not too big. 8
Sa 130 Sansevieria 'Horwood' FKH 424 Very attractive plant with dramatic glossy green leaves with grey-white mottling, rough on the underside. Nice flowers too. 10
Sa 240 Sansevieria 'Kariba Bat' Very wide leaves on this clone. 20
Sa 132 Sansevieria 'Kitonga' Recently described form from Kitonga Gorge, Tanzania with deep green, grooved, recurved leaves in a rosette. Related to S. phillipsiae but with a unique thorn which develops at the top end of the groove on the upper side of the leaf as the leaf matures. Offsets by stolons. 0
Sa 178 Sansevieria 'Kyamasumba' Thick deep green leaves and extremely long flower tubes. New to cultivation. Comes from the Congo. 0
Sa 206 Sansevieria 'Las Anod' Like Sa 205 but leaves are a glaucous blue and the plant gets bigger. Limited. 0
Sa 238 Sansevieria 'Lav.1970' Collected by Lavranos probably in Somalia and probably related to S. hargeisana 10
Sa 133 Sansevieria 'Lav.23251' From Somalia. Looks like a hybrid of S. pinguicula and S. arborescens! Leaves are short, thick and sharply pointed, somewhat glaucous especially when young. Forms a short stem covered with leaves. A little slow. Limited. 0
Sa 091 Sansevieria 'Leopard Bat' A natural hybrid, probably of S. fischeri and S. kirkii. Leaves are very thick and 8
Sa 136 Sansevieria 'Malawi Bat' Very attractive. Leaves are bat-shaped but taller and more rounded, light green with very dark green longitudinal stripes. Slow. Limited. Two clones 15
Sa 175 Sansevieria 'Malawi Midnight' Deep green wide leaves without markings. Comes from Monkey Bay, Malawi. A little cold sensitive. 0
Sa 101 Sansevieria 'Midnight Star' An impressive plant with narrow, semi-cylindrical, dark green leaves with a reddish edge. A hybrid of unknown origin. 10
Sa 214 Sansevieria 'Pare Mountains' A giant plant with stiff pale green leaves with darker cross banding. Recently rediscovered in Northern Tanzania. 25
Sa 201 Sansevieria 'Pink Bat' Attractive small growing plant related to S.hallii but with pinkish green leaves. Very limited. 20
Sa 174 Sansevieria 'Rosea-Grandis' A cultivar of unknown origin. Leaves are very dark green with a crinkly whitish edge. Not large. 10
Sa 087 Sansevieria 'Silver Blue' Very special form from Mbeya Province, Tanzania with exceptionally thick leaves, blue-grey in colour and with darker longitudinal lines and mottling. Very beautiful. Limited. 30
Sa 139 Sansevieria 'splendens' Extremely attractive compact plant with deep bluish-green leaves with red edges, changing to dark green with age. 5
Sa 138 Sansevieria 'Sudwalla Caves' Distinctive plant with arching leaves on a petiole forming a rosette. The leaf base is wine red spreading up to the base of the leaf which is pale green with whitish blotches, sometimes also with pink tinges. Flower stem also reddish-purple. 0
Sa 089 Sansevieria 'Superclone' Special form, often called kirkii 'Superclone' with leaves generally more upright than the normal species, also taller and thicker. Very glaucous, light whitish-grey with a somewhat wavy brown edge. Very attractive. 0
Sa 153 Sansevieria 'Tom Grumbley' Recently described naturally occurring form related to S. suffruticosa but small in size and a very pale whitish-green with pale green indistinct cross-banding giving it a unique and attractive appearance. Offsets by stolons and will eventually form a clump. 8
Sa 205 Sansevieria 'Warshiik' From Somalia. Stout dark green sharply pointed leaves in a spiral. Probably a new species 20
Sa 001 Sansevieria aethiopica Probably the hardiest sansevieria tolerating low temperatures. Stubby leaves attractively marked with cross-banding. Glaucous when young. South Africa. 8
Sa 002 Sansevieria aethiopica DT4844 Graf Reinet Extra glaucous form. New growth is really blue. Limited. 10
Sa 009 Sansevieria arborescens Grows like S. dumetescens forming clumps eventually, but it is smaller and the leaves are narrow and very sharply pointed. Impressive! 20
Sa 151 Sansevieria bacularis Thin cylindrical leaves, tall but stiff in good light conditions, sometimes has kinks. New growth has a purple sheath at the base. Madagascar. 8
Sa 010 Sansevieria ballyi Also known as S. humbertiana. Small rosettes of pointed banded leaves producing new growths on runners. Will form a nice group. 5
Sa 021 Sansevieria ballyi Wide leaf form 5
Sa 232 Sansevieria braunii Dark puplish-green leaves with white blotches and striations 0
Sa 023 Sansevieria canaliculata PF20 Diminutive plant with short, smooth, cylindrical leaves which grow individually from the rhizome. Compact. 7
Sa 024 Sansevieria canaliculata Dwarf form. Leaves are about a third shorter than the regular plant. Good for limited space. 7
Sa 027 Sansevieria concinna Hardy 19879 Form from Lake Sibaya, S.Mozambique which has paler green leaves with an orange petiole. Attractive. 8
Sa 028 Sansevieria concinna Dwarf spoon-leaf from Mozambique, Lav.5933. Maximum height about 10cm. Forms a clump. Ideal for a hanging basket. 5
Sa 029 Sansevieria concinna The classic spoon-leaf, leaves dark-green with a distinct petiole and shoulder, and paler green edge. Large flowers too! Lav.5949 0
Sa 032 Sansevieria conspicua GLF-75. A Glass & Foster collection. Leaves almost without markings. Attractive. 5
Sa 124 Sansevieria conspicua 'Blue form' Leaves dark bluish-green. Attractive. 8
Sa 038 Sansevieria dawei Tall plant with emerald green leaves with a glaucous covering, and orange-brown edges. A Morgenstern collection. 5
Sa 039 Sansevieria deserti Stiff pointed grey-green leaves, rough to the touch, and grooved. A winter flowerer. Makes a dramatic clump in time. Various clones available with collection data. 5
Sa 044 Sansevieria dooneri dwarf A diminutive form, usually no more than 10cm tall. Young growth is grass-like. 5
Sa 005 Sansevieria dumetescens Eventually forms stems over a metre high with spiky, somewhat drooping leaves. Forms striking clumps with branching inflorescence. 20
Sa 049 Sansevieria ehrenbergii 'Salaf' Propagations from various collections from Oman and Yemen. Dramatic spear-like leaves, very thick and hard, channelled and in a fan-like formation initially. The flowers are borne on a tall branching stem. One of the most attractive Sansevierias. Very limited. Slow. 0
Sa 050 Sansevieria elliptica HBG 22830. Low-growing with dark green elliptical shaped leaves. Attractive and compact. 0
Sa 051 Sansevieria erythraeae Also known as schweinfurthii. Very dark green leaves, smooth, stiff and upright, ending in a blunt tip. Attractive and friendly.. collected in Djibouti 8
Sa 243 Sansevieria ES 14026 Eyl, Somalia. Dwarf plant similar to 'angustior' 0
Sa 244 Sansevieria ES 15965 Somalia, west of Garoe. Leaves like sandpaper. 0
Sa 245 Sansevieria ES 20849 The first Specks collection from Mafinga. Thick bluish leaves. 30
Sa 246 Sansevieria ES 21178 Long dark green leaves with darker mottling 30
Sa 235 Sansevieria ES 22410 Tanzania 0
Sa 055 Sansevieria fischeri Formerly known as singularis. Young plants have strongly marked leaves in a rosette but with age develop cylindrical leaves. Flowers at ground level. 5
Sa 056 Sansevieria fischeri FN04261 Maktou, Kenya. A form with thick stubby leaves which are highly marked. 10
Sa 063 Sansevieria forskaoliana Arabian species with deep blue-green leaves with a reddish edge. Beautiful! Flowers freely. Several clones available from collections in Yemen. 0
Sa 064 Sansevieria francisii Otherwise known as the hedgehog sansevieria 6
Sa 075 Sansevieria hallii Otherwise known as 'Baseball Bat'. The leaves are bat-shaped, dark green, with a brown edge. Flowers low to the ground. 10
Sa 076 Sansevieria hallii R881 from South of Save River, Zimbabwe. A bit smaller than the regular type. Limited 0
Sa 078 Sansevieria hallii 'Blue Bat' Very special form. Leaves are somewhat narrower and of a deep blue-green colour without markings, and a reddish-brown edge. Flowers close to the ground relatively freely. 0
Sa 079 Sansevieria hallii 'Lundi Bat' Diminutive form, and slow growing. 0
Sa 077 Sansevieria hallii 'Striated' 'Variegated Baseball Bat' with yellow striations. A bit smaller and slower than the normal green type. 0
Sa 129 Sansevieria hargeisana Lav.61013 and La. 7282 from Somalia. Small growing with very dark green leaves, semi-cylindrical, rough, in a rosette. Limited. 0
Sa 080 Sansevieria humiflora Newly described species from Zimbabwe. Leaves are bat-shaped but much shorter and thicker, bluish-green to mid-green, grooved, close to the ground. Flowers at ground level. Extremely slow. Limited. Collected at Fikizola Crossing, Zimbabwe. 20
Sa 062 Sansevieria hybrid 'Blue' An attractive form that has leaves of a glaucous grey-green colour with dark cross-banding. Limited. 20
Sa 082 Sansevieria intermedia Otherwise known as S. volkensii. Leaves narrow and stick-like, very rough, compact. 8
Sa 083 Sansevieria kirkii v.kirkii Leaves upright but later spreading. Thick, somewhat wavy, deep green with darker mottling. 0
Sa 084 Sansevieria kirkii v.pulchra Low-growing with leaves wavy at the edges and metallic grey-green with black mottling. Stunning. 0
Sa 085 Sansevieria kirkii v.pulchra 'Coppertone' Leaves are stiff and copper coloured with darker blackish markings. Looks like they were produced by a skilled metalworker. 0
Sa 176 Sansevieria kirkii v.pulchra 'Metallic Silver' Extra silver form recently introduced. 0
Sa 086 Sansevieria kirkii v.pulchra 'Striated' Beautiful variegated form. Very slow growing. Sometimes available. 0
Sa 249 Sansevieria lineata Newly described species with dark green vertical lines 0
Sa 093 Sansevieria masoniana Formerly known as 'Mason Congo'. Leaves are almost circular, paddle-shaped, deep green with extensive greyish mottling and a wine-red sheath at the base of new growth. Will eventually get very large but needs time and space to do so. 0
Sa 094 Sansevieria masoniana 'Marginated' A form with pale yellow variegation at the leaf edges and sometimes elsewhere. Limited. 0
Sa 131 Sansevieria metallica 'Siam Silver' Leaves are full size and so densely striped with white as to almost obscure the green. Very attractive. Very limited 0
Sa 204 Sansevieria metallica 'Variegated' Highly variegated, smooth leaves. Sometimes available. 0
Sa 071 Sansevieria metallica 'White Striped Giant' Grows tall. Leaves broad and with white striations throughout. 0
Sa 109 Sansevieria parva 'Gilt Edge' Looks like the edges have been painted with gold leaf! 5
Sa 111 Sansevieria parva 'White Variegated' Much slower growing than the other forms. Variegation is white and almost covers the leaves. The most attractive parva form. Limited. 20
Sa 113 Sansevieria pearsonii Produce a very stout fan of mid-green leaves, tall, thick, rigid, spear-like. Impressive. 0
Sa 229 Sansevieria pedicellata seedlings, Mt. Muruwere, Jondola district, Mozambique 8.50
Sa 128 Sansevieria pedicillata 'Chimanimani Mountains' Collected in the remote border area of Zimbabwe and Mozambique. Leaves are tall, wide and lime-green almost without markings, and a reddish edge. Very attractive and unusual. Limited. 0
Sa 224 Sansevieria pedicillata 'Chipinge' Similar to 'Chimanimani Mountains' but a little darker green. 10
Sa 114 Sansevieria perrotii The true S. perrotii with v-shaped leaves which form a highly recurved fan as they mature. 0
Sa 218 Sansevieria pfisteri Newly described species from Angola producing fans of thick glaucous leaves. Very limited. 0
Sa 115 Sansevieria phillipsiae Smooth, dark green, semi-cylindrical leaves in a spiralled rosette, bluish-green with some cross-banding when young. Offsets to produce a group. 0
Sa 203 Sansevieria pinguicula The sansevieria that grows on stilts! Sharp pointed leaves. Needs warmth. 15
Sa 241 Sansevieria powellii Stouter leaves than S. arborescens. Make nice plants. 15
Sa 236 Sansevieria powysii newly described plant from Kenya 0
Sa 117 Sansevieria raffilii v. glauca An attractive clone of this Kenyan species which produces leaves singly from the root. Leaves are glaucous with dark mottling. Flowers regularly sometimes from the root! 0
Sa 251 Sansevieria robusta plants from seed 3-4 years old, parent came as ehrenbergii, Kenya 12
Sa 120 Sansevieria robusta The true robusta forming a fan of long thin green leaves sometimes slightly glaucous. Will get very big eventually. Impressive. 0
Sa 121 Sansevieria rorida Distinctive fan of blue-grey leaves ending in a sharp reddish-brown point. Very slow. Limited. 0
Sa 122 Sansevieria roxburghiana Slow growing Indian species with thick recurved leaves, distinctly marked with dark cross-banding. Clones from Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, India 15
Sa 123 Sansevieria scimitariformis Recently described from Zimbabwe. Leaves are scimitar shaped, extremely thick and rigid, mid to dark green with a hard brown edge, grooved, smooth, eventually forming clumps. Very slow growing. Two Richards clones available. Limited. 0
Sa 126 Sansevieria sinus-simiorum Recently described species from Monkey Bay, Malawi. Leaves are thick, upright and cylindrical, with a groove running the length. Flower close to the ground. Very slow growing. Very limited. 10
Sa 248 Sansevieria sinus-simiorum x scimitariformis seedlings, hand-pollinated. About 3 years old but still juvenile form 10
Sa 142 Sansevieria stuckyi Mature leaves are cylindrical with a narrow groove, grey-green with lighter cross-banding. Leaves on young plants may be flatter and highly marked. In time grows big and leaves get very thick. Flowers a pom-pom on a short stem. 10
Sa 143 Sansevieria subspicata 'Variegated' Dark green spoon-shaped leaves with copious striations of white. Will clump in time. 20
Sa 146 Sansevieria suffruticosa ZW K119 Dwarf form collected in Kenya 20
Sa 147 Sansevieria suffruticosa 'Frosty Spears' Leaves very pale whitish-green with dark green cross-banding. Clumps in time. Three clones including Bailes and Bally 12362. 5
Sa 155 Sansevieria trifasciata 'Bantell's Sensation' One of the best trifasciata variegates with stiff, slightly incurved leaves with a keel, and intense white longitudinal striations. 0
Sa 157 Sansevieria trifasciata 'Fontanella' Colours similar to 'Laurentii' but the leaves are much smoother and even, with some central striations. 0
Sa 158 Sansevieria trifasciata 'Forescate' One of the most attractive varieties. Tall leaves with dark green borders and golden yellow centre, sometimes with a green core. Limited. 0
Sa 208 Sansevieria trifasciata 'Golden Street' Highly variegated leaves similar to 'Morgenstern's Futura Aurea' but larger growing. 0
Sa 161 Sansevieria trifasciata 'Laurentii Silver' Tall leaves, green with yellow banding at the edges, the whole leaf overlaid with a silver layer which is most evident in young growth. Easy and attractive. 8
Sa 163 Sansevieria trifasciata 'Mein Liebling' Tall leaves, rather thicker than usual, dark green with greyish cross-banding, the edges banded with lighter green. Limited. 8
Sa 213 Sansevieria trifasciata 'Midnight Shine' Futura type with broad deep green leaves without markings and a narrow yellow variegated edge. 0
Sa 164 Sansevieria trifasciata 'Moonshine' Medium sized, broad leaves of a silvery pale green colour without markings, and a very fine dark green edge. Very attractive. 5
Sa 165 Sansevieria trifasciata 'Morgenstern's Futura Aurea' Medium size narrow leaves, green with yellow banding at the edges, all overlaid with a silvery layer. Very attractive. Limited. 0
Sa 169 Sansevieria trifasciata 'Slimmerette' Tall narrow leaves, pale green with whitish cross-banding. Makes an attractive clump. 5
Sa 209 Sansevieria trifasciata 'Sunshine' Dramatic leaves with very strong cross-banding and centre-leaf variegation. Needs good light to fully develop the colours. 10
Sa 170 Sansevieria trifasciata 'Wagner's Gold' Tall wide leaves with variegation consisting of random striations, with greyish cross-banding. Each leaf is different! 0
Sa 239 Sansevieria x itumea Tana River Kenya. Small plant, possibly a natural hybrid 0
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