Wordless Wednesday

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It might be a little hard to see what this photo is. It’s a cylindrical snake plant with what I think is a flower stalk (the white thing) coming up in it.

This has never bloomed for me. And I am amazed that it might be doing so in February?!

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Here’s the whole plant (obviously with other snake plants near it). You can just barely see the little white stalk in this photo.

It’s going to be interesting.

2 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday

  1. Georgie Leone February 14, 2018 / 11:12 am

    I had one bloom for me quite a few years back. I had a room in the office building I was worked
    in that had a sun room. The lighting was perfect. But I believe the trick to it is that you have to have a male and female within the plant. I did have one that bloomed and one that didn’t.
    The bloom lasted quite awhile if I remember correctly. It was just fun to see. Once it bloomed, it bloomed every year. I had the plant for a long time. I actually left it in my office when I retired.
    It still may be there. I do have a piece of it at home now, but It has never bloomed yet.

  2. gardendaze February 14, 2018 / 3:25 pm

    Interesting thought about house plants needing male and female parts to bloom. I will have to research that. I had thought that once they filled up the pot, that’s when they were happy enough to bloom–but perhaps not.

    I too have left various plants behind as I have changed or left jobs. It’s an interesting concept to take a piece with you. I haven’t done that. Maybe I should try it sometime.

    Thanks for sharing both those ideas!

    Karla

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