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Old 01-15-2023, 04:54 AM
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Found in the cliff along the river. They become apparent in the woods after the leaves fall in the winter. The bottom photo reveal their habitat.


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What are the plants with narrow, pointed upright leaves?
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What are the plants with narrow, pointed upright leaves?
They are Dracaena trifasciata.
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Interesting to find them in a wild area in Taiwan, since they're native to Africa.

The genus Sansevieria has been transferred into Dracaena. Most gardeners still call this plant Sansevieria trifasciata or snake plant.
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Interesting to find them in a wild area in Taiwan, since they're native to Africa.

The genus Sansevieria has been transferred into Dracaena. Most gardeners still call this plant Sansevieria trifasciata or snake plant.
They are not native plants but they are widespread plants here in my country, especially in low mountainous areas.
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