Archive for Family Asparagaceae

Sansevieria trifasciata

Sansevieria trifasciata Prain

Recent Synonyms: None relevant.

Status: Exotic; Cultivated only.

Growth Form or Habit: Herb.

IMG_0029
Hougang; Cultivated; 2010.

Other Information:

Common Name: Mother-in-law’s Tongue.

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(1) The Plant Observatory website

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Furcraea foetida

Furcraea foetida (L.) Haw.

Recent Synonyms: Furcraea gigantea Vent.

Status: Exotic; Cultivated only.

Growth Form or Habit: Herb.

Flowering plant
National University of Singapore; 2009.

Inflorescence
National University of Singapore; 2009.

Bulbils
National University of Singapore; 2009.

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(1) The Plant Observatory website

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Dracaena reflexa

Dracaena reflexa Lam.

Recent Synonyms: None relevant.

Status: Exotic; Cultivated only.


Queenstown, 2010.

Growth Form or Habit: Shrub.

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(1) The Plant Observatory website

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Agave angustifolia

Agave angustifolia Haw.

Recent Synonyms: None relevant.

Status: Exotic; Cultivated only.

Habit (Cultivar: Marginata)
Kallang; 2010.

Growth Form or Habit: Herb.

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(1) The Plant Observatory website

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Sansevieria cylindrica

Sansevieria cylindrica Bojer

Recent Synonyms: None relevant.

Status: Exotic; Cultivated only.

Habit
Chinatown; Cultivated; 2010.

Growth Form or Habit: Herb.

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(1) The Plant Observatory website

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Dracaena sanderiana

Dracaena sanderiana hort. Sander ex Mast.

Recent Synonyms: None relevant.

Status: Exotic; Cultivated only.

Growth Form or Habit: Shrub.

Habit

Habit

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Dracaena surculosa

Dracaena surculosa Lindl.

Status: Exotic; Cultivated only

Recent Synonyms: None relevant.


Queenstown; Cultivated; 2010.

Habit or Growth form: Shrub.

IMG_0825
Queenstown; Cultivated; 2010.

Distribution: Central Africa.

References:

(1) GRIN Taxonomy for Plants

 

More pictures can be found at

(1) The Plant Observatory website

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