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Sansevieria Suffruticosa is an attractive houseplant specimen. This tough plant can thrive almost anywhere. It is known for its unique leaves arrangement. They are slightly arching thick leaves that are channeled at the base, but cylindrical towards the apex.
Sansevieria Suffruticosa was first described by an English botanical taxonomist N.E. Brown in 1915. This plant is often found in dry and rocky habitats.
The Suffruticosa plant has underground rhizomes as well as branches. It spreads by aerial stolons that grow out and land on the ground to form new plants. These aerial branches spread horizontally almost a foot long.
This plant belongs to the genus Dracaena from the Asparagaceae family.
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