win arno | 1 Sep 03:52 2009
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Re: [Sansevierias] Bat in Bloom

Thanks, Mike. I just wishes mine will be.
 
Win,
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Hi Eva,  Bats can flower even with just one leaf, you have hope.
Mike

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Has the plant just four leaves? If so, that give me hope to se a flower. I am jealous! Really.
 
 
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Finally, the baseball bat is in flower & smells good too. Mike

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Norma - Crasulady2 | 1 Sep 04:07 2009

Re: [Sansevierias] Bat in Bloom

I just may be too young,  I think mine does not get enough light, or perhaps it needs rain water, soft water.???? Norma
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Thanks, Mike. I just wishes mine will be.
 
Win,
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Hi Eva,  Bats can flower even with just one leaf, you have hope.
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Mike S!
 
Has the plant just four leaves? If so, that give me hope to se a flower. I am jealous! Really.
 
 
Eva 
 

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crasulady2 | 1 Sep 05:36 2009

[Sansevierias] Polish leaves

 What do I use.  I want to clean them up for show.  Norma 

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mentha101 | 1 Sep 06:25 2009
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A C&S lady told me to use mineral oil on a cloth, after the show be sure to wash it off with dish soap. This will also kill any mealies and scale which might be hiding. For mams bluing shampoo works.
 
 
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hermine | 1 Sep 06:36 2009

Re: [Sansevierias] Polish leaves

At 09:25 PM 8/31/2009, you wrote:


A C&S lady told me to use mineral oil on a cloth, after the show be sure to wash it off with dish soap. This will also kill any mealies and scale which might be hiding. For mams bluing shampoo works.
 

this will WRECK the natural waxy coating. this is for Bromeliad people who stop at nothing to varnish their plants.

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win arno | 1 Sep 07:04 2009
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Re: [Sansevierias] Polish leaves

Norma,
Some leaves may loss the natural color or  the wax layer may not shown anymore for along time. I has done for my Sans pinguicula,  I was disappointed it about six months.

But I'm not sure how about another oil in other country.

Win,



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A C&S lady told me to use mineral oil on a cloth, after the show be sure to wash it off with dish soap. This will also kill any mealies and scale which might be hiding. For mams bluing shampoo works.
 

this will WRECK the natural waxy coating. this is for Bromeliad people who stop at nothing to varnish their plants.

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Norma - Crasulady2 | 1 Sep 07:53 2009

Re: [Sansevierias] Polish leaves

Have you heard if anything regarding using milk?  I want something that will not harm them.  Norma
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A C&S lady told me to use mineral oil on a cloth, after the show be sure to wash it off with dish soap. This will also kill any mealies and scale which might be hiding. For mams bluing shampoo works.
 

this will WRECK the natural waxy coating. this is for Bromeliad people who stop at nothing to varnish their plants.

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Norma - Crasulady2 | 1 Sep 07:58 2009

Re: [Sansevierias] Polish leaves

Okay, I'm to try that on one plant.   Thanks all.  Norma
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What do I use. I want to clean them up for show. Norma



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crasulady2 | 1 Sep 08:04 2009

[Sansevierias] Polish

Okay is there another way to clean the leaves without ruining the bloom, or coating,the leaves look like
they need dusting.  I have hard water, dare I water over head? I just want them to look nice, and I'm ging the
Huntington one for sale on Sat. Hermine may I have the full correct name of 
Tenzen.  spelled out I want it accurate and you named it. You can change the name if you with to the way you
wanted it. It is not too late, they are constantly changing names of the sports. So why can't you?    Norma 

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hermine | 1 Sep 08:10 2009

Re: [Sansevierias] Polish leaves

At 10:53 PM 8/31/2009, you wrote:


Have you heard if anything regarding using milk?  I want something that will not harm them.  Norma

I would spray them forcibly with water and if necessary dry them with a fan in a warm location and repeat this.

this is sort of how nature does it!

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