Author : Chahin
Family : Dracaenaceae
Habitat : Zimbabwe
Sansevieria hallii is a stemless, perennial succulent growing from a creeping rhizome. This is a very unusual plant with stemless thick leaves and rhizomes. It was described by B. Juan Chahinian in "The Sansevieria Journal" in March 1996. It has been known in cultivation for around ten years as Sansevieria 'Baseball Bat' due to the bat-like appearance of the new leaves. It was collected originally in East Zimbabwe in 1957 at Birchenough Bridge by Harry Hall. Larry Leach also collected a similar plant in 1961 in the same general area. A striated form is in cultivation. There are several other “Bat sanseverias”, and they may all be related.
30 cm cutting (small roots)
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