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[Sansevierias] Free Sansevieria journals



As I have written a couple of articles for the International Sansevieria journal I have bee given 4 extra copies of the latest Journal #32 July 2014 a bit late but Hey Ho.
So on a first come first served if you do not get the journal drop me your postal address and I'll mail one out to you.
In #32 It includes 
The Sansevieria trif. varieties a new look part 6 buy B.Juan Chahinian
The history of  Sansevieria trifasciata Prain  Roberto Mangani
Sansevieria sp. ES 21736 from Specks   John Gamesby
Sansevieria grandis var. zuluensis N.E.Br., Bbull. Misc. inform. Kew 1915: 252 (1915)  John Gamesby
Sansevieria robusta and S. perrotii   Leonard E. Newton
Sansevieria close up   Andre Talkenberg.



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Now Hermine that's "The Real Dogs Bollocks" or to be polite "The  Bee's knees" or "The Best Thing Slinced Sliced Bread".
TTFN   John


On 6 September 2014 19:17, Hermine Stover hermine <at> endangeredspecies.com [Sansevierias] <Sansevierias <at> yahoogroups.com> wrote:
At 03:30 AM 9/6/2014, you wrote:
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>
>Sorry guys no idea what happened there I was on the plane to London
>at the time maybe altitude sickness.
>Here is the picture second time lucky.
>Potting on is a term we use in the UK I thought it was a universal

we say potting on all the time. but I have these British ancestors
and I spell things British-ly.  we use a dibbler. Now that I have
Patterdale terriers and communicate with British dog folks, we insult
each other in British.

However when My Missouri Husband watches British films, he has to
have American Subtitles.

hermine



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Re: [Sansevierias] Potty what?


Mikey, you are far too kind!

Hermine Swillfeatures
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>It is interesting to see how different regions of the country 
>utilize common phrases. For instance in south Knoxvile, we might say:
>"Potty-ho!"- meaning, Hurray!  Spring is here and its time to start 
>repotting!
>"Potty-up" - meaning time to give a plant a bigger pot
>"Potty- down" - meaning to give a pup its own smaller pot.
>"Potty-over" - meaning potting is done for the day; time for pizza 
>at Little Caesars!

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It is interesting to see how different regions of the country utilize common phrases. For instance in south Knoxvile, we might say:
"Potty-ho!"- meaning, Hurray!  Spring is here and its time to start repotting!
"Potty-up" - meaning time to give a plant a bigger pot
"Potty- down" - meaning to give a pup its own smaller pot.
"Potty-over" - meaning potting is done for the day; time for pizza at Little Caesars!
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At 03:30 AM 9/6/2014, you wrote:
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>
>Sorry guys no idea what happened there I was on the plane to London
>at the time maybe altitude sickness.
>Here is the picture second time lucky.
>Potting on is a term we use in the UK I thought it was a universal
we say potting on all the time. but I have these British ancestors
and I spell things British-ly. we use a dibbler. Now that I have
Patterdale terriers and communicate with British dog folks, we insult
each other in British.
However when My Missouri Husband watches British films, he has to
have American Subtitles.
hermine
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At 03:30 AM 9/6/2014, you wrote:
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>Sorry guys no idea what happened there I was on the plane to London 
>at the time maybe altitude sickness.
>Here is the picture second time lucky.

I have this. no idea what it was. somebody gave it to me in his 
bundle of nondescript plants.

hermine

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At 03:30 AM 9/6/2014, you wrote:
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>Sorry guys no idea what happened there I was on the plane to London 
>at the time maybe altitude sickness.
>Here is the picture second time lucky.
>Potting on is a term we use in the UK I thought it was a universal

we say potting on all the time. but I have these British ancestors 
and I spell things British-ly.  we use a dibbler. Now that I have 
Patterdale terriers and communicate with British dog folks, we insult 
each other in British.

However when My Missouri Husband watches British films, he has to 
have American Subtitles.

hermine

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Sorry guys no idea what happened there I was on the plane to London at the time maybe altitude sickness.
Here is the picture second time lucky.
Potting on is a term we use in the UK I thought it was a universal
Quote, wrong. It means simply to re pot a plant when it has outgrown its pot up to the next size or bigger.
​The single leaf on the right is the parent leaf the one on the left is the sibling offset so to speak. This is the second of two that were taken off as it had naturally separated​ itself stm mom. The roots Stolons are orange. Sorry forgot to photograph them, next time.  
Longest leaf back right of the offset pot the one sticking up is 22 x4 cm smooth and slightly waxy succulent feel to the leaves.
Next project to get it to flower.
So what do you think it is? 



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Fine album but I do not know to which plant you refer.

hermine
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>I noticed one of my leaf cuttings required potting on.
>​The leaf on the right is the leaf cutting and 
>the plant on the left the result.
>Now who knows what it is.​

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>
>Will definitely try an outdoor shady area where 
>they can also get fresh air next time. To be 
>honest, I'm not really sure if the pulsar is 
>even a variety, that's what a friend thought it 
>might be, but I think it's the same as S. T. 
>'forescate' with the creamy white center and 
>thin dark green borders that appear embossed. I 
>wish it were alive to send a pic, but ya it's 
>just the basic forescate variety I think.Â

I have grown every kind of variegated plant there 
is, probably, and YES to an extent they may 
require different conditions from the 
normal  versions. I would say that variegated 
cactus is the most touchy because the yellow part 
WILL sunburn under conditions which are fine for 
all green parts. so I cut back on the sun and 
somehow I got nice, healthy unblemished plants.

If you look at some of the pix in my book you 
will see variegated Sansevierias growing next to 
huge jungle aroids. some folks have trouble 
getting the ENVIRONMENT right is all.

hermine

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I feel the same kind of genetic aberration which gives a plant 
camouflage is no different from the ones which give us pleasure. 
There are plants with various kinds of variegation and discolouration 
which makes them look less appetizing to creatures which would eat 
them. I know somebody once said"nature abhors a vacuum" but this does 
not apply to plants at all.I have also known some highly variegated 
plants to grow and proliferate faster than all green ones, one of 
them being Gold Hahnii.  At one time I grew these en masse under the 
same conditions and I would say I got one third more in number of the 
Gold Hahnii and also they were MUCH BIGGER.

hermine
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>
>Mark, you're talking above your pay grade here, aren't you? We're 
>talking about sansevierias, not begonias, trilliums and aroids. What 
>is your reference that variegated mutations might be an evolutionary 
>trend that allows the plant to lose the ability to produce 
>chlorophyll to throw a predator into confusion, or the 
>anthropomorphic view that the variegated plant cares about the 
>beauty humans might see if it loses the ability to produce chlorophyll?

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I feel the same kind of genetic aberration which gives a plant 
camouflage is no different from the ones which give us pleasure. 
There are plants with various kinds of variegation and discolouration 
which makes them look less appetizing to creatures which would eat 
them. I know somebody once said"nature abhors a vacuum" but this does 
not apply to plants at all.I have also known some highly variegated 
plants to grow and proliferate faster than all green ones, one of 
them being Gold Hahnii.  At one time I grew these en masse under the 
same conditions and I would say I got one third more in number of the 
Gold Hahnii and also they were MUCH BIGGER.

hermine
>
>
>Mark, you're talking above your pay grade here, aren't you? We're 
>talking about sansevierias, not begonias, trilliums and aroids. What 
>is your reference that variegated mutations might be an evolutionary 
>trend that allows the plant to lose the ability to produce 
>chlorophyll to throw a predator into confusion, or the 
>anthropomorphic view that the variegated plant cares about the 
>beauty humans might see if it loses the ability to produce chlorophyll?

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