Sanseviera trifasciata mix Pot Size: 12cm brown pot
Snake plant (Sansevieria) is a striking house plant, with sword-like leaves. Its pointed leaves have given it the nickname mother-in-law's tongue. There are several different varieties, all with slightly different shapes and leaf colours.
The snake plant could be described as the perfect house plant – it always looks fresh but is incredibly low maintenance. It needs hardly any care and can survive a long period of neglect. It isn't fussy about its location and needs little watering. It's a great plant for beginners as it's virtually indestructible.
Light Conditions: Prefer indirect but steady light with some direct sun. They can adapt to full sun conditions and will also survive dimly lit situations.
Water: Let the soil dry between watering's. During the winter, reduce watering to monthly, or whenever the soil is dry to the touch. Err on the side of under-watering; too much water can harm the plant.Water sparingly, this plant is drought resistant but is susceptible to overwatering which can lead to root rot.
Temperature & Humidity: Snake plants prefer warm conditions and will suffer if exposed to temperatures below 10 degrees Celsius. Set the plant in a place where it will be protected from drafts. A temperature range between 21 and 31 degrees Celsius is best. Frost will kill this plant.
Height & Growth Rate: 60cm to 120cm tall. slow growing
Feed: Feed with a mild cactus fertilizer during the growing season or a balanced liquid slow-release 10-10-10 fertilizer or a 20-20-20 fertilizer diluted to half strength. Do not fertilize in the winter.
Origin: Tropical western Africa
Toxicity: Toxic to cats and dogs if ingested
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