Cactus and Succulents forum→Sansevieria dooneri or parva?

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Name: Maria
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carpathiangirl
Jan 3, 2020 10:15 PM CST
This dwarf Sansevieria is new to me, I like the compact habit, neat rosettes and numerous pups. I have to see the blooms yet which might make the identification somewhat easier. Meanwhile I have two options: dooneri or parva. Any suggestions?
These are the babies:
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Stush2019
Jan 4, 2020 10:52 AM CST
I did own a parva. It had thinner longer leaves.

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Name: Eric
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Hallow
Jan 5, 2020 1:31 AM CST
carpathiangirl said:This dwarf Sansevieria is new to me, I like the compact habit, neat rosettes and numerous pups. I have to see the blooms yet which might make the identification somewhat easier. Meanwhile I have two options: dooneri or parva. Any suggestions?
These are the babies:
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Thumb of 2020-01-04/carpathiangirl/82e3a8

Roots look really nice. Blooms on these types of plants are very random if at all. If you get blooms your one of the lucky few. Looks a lot like the dooneri

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