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Sansevieria cylindrica (Skyline Spear Sansevieria) is a prominently architectural succulent native to Angola. Its cylindrical branched leaves emerge from a subterranean rhizome in a candelabra shaped fan. These distinctly smooth, branching leaves are 1½-2 inches in width/diameter, and grow to 2-5 feet tall, with narrow grooves running along their length ending in a sharp point.
Sansevieria cylindrica (Skyline Spear Sansevieria) is an excellent house plant, if it gets enough light. It can also be grown outdoors in partial shade, if you protect it from cold wet weather. Sansevieria cylindrica (Skyline Spear Sansevieria) needs good drainage, and kept drier in winter. Do not over-water it, especially in winter. Its flowers grow to a 3-foot long spike, white with pink buds.
The name "Skyline" arises because this form is said to be more robust and paler than the typical Sansevieria cylindrica but it is generally conceded that this is the result of greenhouse growing with ample fertilizer. Once thought to be in the Agave family, and then the Dracaena family, Sansevieria cylindrica is now considered to be a member of the Asparagus family!
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