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Sans Show & Contest : Suan Luang Rama 9 Flora Festival THAILAND

stephania
12 years ago

Though there has been some political problem and riots in my country for a week

we, the plant lovers, still do enjoy the beauty of these striking plants (^_^)"

This year, beyond striking variety of variegated Sans.

there were also many Thai's hybrids joined in the show & contest.

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Comments (11)

  • stephania
    Original Author
    12 years ago

    We were judging.

    And the best in show was variegated Sans. pearsonii

  • stephania
    Original Author
    12 years ago

    The Suan Luang Rama 9 Garden is one of our public parks in Bangkok City.
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    This year, Sans. seem to be a very popular pot plant here.
    There are many Sans. shops in the festival, too.

    Unyamanee Garden's Shop

    Sans. stuckyi pups.

    My friend "Gift" with small variety of Sans.

    Mr Bunlue's shop "Phu Phamorn Garden" which offer many interesting Sans.
    also some nice hybrids.

    'Bunlue' with his nice hybrids.

    One of Bunlue's hybrid.

    Small pup of Sans. eilensis from Thai Sans. Club member.

    Sans. stuckyi from leaf cutting.

    Jaturapruek Garden's shop also offer many nice Sans.

  • stephania
    Original Author
    12 years ago

    Mr Vitch's Sans. Shop

    My friends at Vitch's Shop with many rare species of Sans.

    Nice 'Zebra' clone of Sans. aethiopica

    Small pup of Sans. rorida

    "Pa Tieo" Shop.

    "Giant Pink Bat"

    "Tah & Sorn" Shop.

    Variegated Sans. pinguicula in the shop.

  • stephania
    Original Author
    12 years ago

    "Nabanant Plants Nursery" shop.

    "Tu" shop which offer many rare variegated Sans.

  • stephania
    Original Author
    12 years ago

    Sans."Silver Blue" could be got at "Ed" shop.

    And this shop of Mr Veerawat offer the best varieties of Sans and rare & unusual plants.

    A striking "Silver Bat" at Veerawat's shop

    And this is Thai Sans. Club's Shop which offer Sans. from members.

    Sans. pinguicula

    I got small pup of Sans. 'Tony Padella' from one of my good Sans friend, Mr Num.

    Also, I was given "Super Bat" Sans. sinus-simiorum from my friend "Mr QQ"

    This could be proved that THAILAND is a land of Sans. lovers.

  • reiver
    12 years ago

    Stephania,
    Most wonderful! A sensory-load of delights.
    Do you have a "Best of Show" winner at these events?
    I am a caudex plant fan first but must admit when visitors come to my house the first thing they notice is my four foot S. kirkii v. kirkii "Super Clone". Some mistake it for a large horn of some type.
    Hope the situation in Thailand gets better soon. Wish you well.

    Mike

  • nanw_4wi
    12 years ago

    Oh, my goodness! Proof, indeed! (Ã)

    I've never seen so many Sans. varieties all in one place!
    (Many other beautiful plants, as well)

    I'm envious...but happy for you that you found some new Sans. to add to your collection.

    Thanks so much for sharing your photos...now I can close my eyes and imagine I'm browsing around there as you were;)....oh, how I'd love to!

  • sonny1958
    12 years ago

    Thanks for the pictures Stephania! As always they are beautiful and a real treat for us Sansevieria lovers.

    Can you tell me any more about the 'Giant Pink Bat'? Is it a leaf cutting from a very mature 'Pink Bat' or is it a different variety altogether?

  • joe_inflz8b
    12 years ago

    Thanks for the amazing pictures!

    joe

  • stephania
    Original Author
    12 years ago

    Thanks friends (^_^)

    Yes Mike, there was the "Best of Show" it's a variegated Sans. pearsonii
    Here the winner plant with boards of the Thai Sansevieria Club.

    So do I, I love caudex too. Hope you will love this one that's in show.

    Sonny, those Giant Pink Bat were imported from Africa's,
    so I'm not sure if they are the same clone or not, but I noticed that
    the giant one is quite glossy texture.

    Chanin

  • tootswisc
    12 years ago

    Amazing sans as usual but the caudex...I can't come up with the word to describe it. Such a perfect specimen.

    Thanks for posting