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Sansevieria Bacularis is a beautiful perennial succulent with tall cylindrical leaves. This plant has no stems above ground. The leaves are produced in clusters from the rhizomes. Many people might confuse it with Sansevieria Cylindrica, a well-known snake plant variety. However, Bacularis has thinner leaves than the cylindrical snake plant.
This plant species gets its name from the appearance of its leaves. The name Bacularis originated from a Latin word “Baculum” meaning a rod or stick.
Sansevieria Bacularis snake plant belongs to the Dracaenaceae family.
- Sansevieria Bacularis Pfennig
- Bacularis Snake Plant
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