Anyone familiar with Sansevieria cylindrica?
I was determined to not buy any plants today.
So I brought home this Sansevieria cylindrica I found (sigh).
It has 5 spikes, nearly a foot tall, straight upright, in a perfect line. It also has an itty bitty offset starting at the edge of the pot.
It is also sticking a toe / tuber / whatever out the drainage hole of the pot.
What would be the best strategy to try to allow the bit sticking out the bottom to become a new plant? I would like to repot but I don't want to damage the new bit. I'm not sure if the edge of the drain hole is going to pinch it off. Any thoughts?