Ever since Sansevierias were discovered over 200 years ago, the horticultural world has been underwhelmed by them. Not a year goes by that anyone who is capable of writing a book about them doesn’t.
There are an abundance of annoying Anthologies of Anthuriums,
A bonanza of boring books on Buxus,
A cornucopia of callow Compendiums of Compositae,
Divers dumb dull dissertations on Dizygotheca,
Exorbitant extraneous epistles to Episcia,
A flood of fatuous folios on Forsythia,
A glut of grisly gazettes on Gazania,
A hundred hideous horticultural harrangues,
An infuriating increase of irksome Items on Iris,
A jillion jerky jingles on Jade Plants,
A krock krammed with Keen Kouplets to Kranberries,
A lavishment of lewd Lily lyrics,
Many monotonous monographs on Mosses,
Not enough Nobel Nominations for News of Ndangered Species,
An overdose of ‘orrible offensive orations on Orchids,
A profusion of piddling ponderous Perennial pronouncements,
A questionable quantity of quarrelsome quartos on Quercus,
A redundance of ridiculous raps on Radishes,
A surfeit of superfluous Sermons on Senecio,
Thousands of tiresome Tomato Tabloids,
Untold unctuous ululations to Ulmus,
Vexing vile Villanelles vis-à-vis Vinca,
Weeks worth of Works on Watermelons,
Xtraneous xacerbating xcrescences on Xacum,
Years of yelping, yammering and yodeling about yeast,
Zillions of zealous zinnia zingers,
But scarcely a solitary scintilla on Sansevierias - Just a single salute, and then............silence.
This tragic injustice must be rectified.
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