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  1. saltcedar

    saltcedar Rising Contributor 10 Years

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    Interesting!
     
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    weard but cool, what is the name of this plant :)))
     
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    thank verry much :)))))
     
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    Impressive symmetry!
    Hmmm...by your posting's title, I get the impression that this photo is akin to those shape-progression questions on I.Q. or college-entrance exams. ---Perhaps a large pot and a small one, with sansevieria from shortest to tallest (the reverse of the first set). Yikes! Where's my #2 pencil?? How much time do I have left?
     
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    LOL, just thought it weird is all.
     
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    Well, that too. To quote Wm. Sharp (The Weird of Michael Scott):

    "Ah, by my saul thou'lt dree thy weird!
    Begone, were-wolf, till the day of doom!" Hey, let's hope so.

    Beauty and weirdness combined. Mystifying, yet fascinating.
     

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