Sansevieria (cylindrica?) 'Almond Jade' and 'Inti'

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Sansevieria (cylindrica?) 'Almond Jade' and 'Inti'

Post by MatDz » Thu Dec 10, 2020 8:15 pm

I passed by a local plant shop rather decently stocked in C&S and noticed two Sansevieria (seems to be my newest addiction...) cultivars: 'Almond Jade' and 'Inti' (photograph below). I couldn't find much information on them, except that they might be cv. of S. cylindrica and both are sold wholesale by FlorAcces for a fraction of the price :mrgreen: ('Almond Jade' and 'Inti').

I took a quick, low light photograph of both, but am wondering if anyone can comment on their expected adult forms and whether they are indeed cultivars of S. cylindrica? I assume it should be the usual fan of cylindrical leaves, but maybe someone has these cultivars in a bit more aged forms and could confirm or correct this.

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'AJ' front, 'Inti' back

Edit: And I earned my first sideways photograph badge! I promise it's in a regular portrait orientation on my mobile!
Mat

Based in London, slowly expanding my modest C&S collection. In love with P. compactum & Co. and columnar Crassulas.
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