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Sansevieria Francisii is a unique species that looks and grows strikingly different from many commonly known Sansevierias. It is also little known than a typical snake plant. This plant produces densely packed rows of leaves on its stem. When the stem is fully stacked, stolons are created from the stem of leaf base.
The name of this plant is given in honors to the London-born succulent cultivator and collector Francis K. Horwood.
This plant was earlier classified under the genus Sansevieria, like many other Sansevieria species. From 2017, it became part of the genus Dracaena from the Asparagaceae family.
- Sansevieria Francisii Chahin
- Dracaena Francisii
- Dracaena Francisii Chahin