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Sansevieria Hallii is an attractive succulent plant with stiff leaves that grow out from a basal rosette and have no stems. Hallii plants are naturally found in the shade of trees and shrubs in certain parts of Africa. It is one of those ornamental plants that can survive under extreme neglect.
Sansevieria Hallii is a slow growing rare species that is desired by plant collectors. It has been known in cultivation as Sansevieria ‘Baseball Bat’ due to the bat-like appearance of the new leaves. Hallii is named after an English gardener and collector of succulent plants, Harry Hall.
“Lundi Bat” and “Pink Bat” are some cultivars of Sansevieria Hallii. This Sansevieria variety belongs to the genus Dracaena from the Asparagaceae family.