Sansevieria Superba (Snake Plant/Mother-In-Law's Tongue/Dracaena Trifasciata/Saint George's Sword)
- Plant Care
Sansevieria Superba, also known as Snake Plant or Mother-In-Law’s Tongue, is a hardy drought tolerant plant native to tropical west Africa from Nigeria to the Congo. They are known for removing toxins and purifying the air. There are multiple cultivars of Sansevieria Superba that come in varying sizes, heights, and color patterns, though they all grow vertical, spear-like foliage in a characteristic rosette pattern.
Sansevieria are perfect for beginner plant parents, but are all around popular house plants for multiple reasons. The variety of specimens available makes it fun to mix and match, and as they all have similar care requirements it makes them an effortless bunch. While they do best in bright filtered light, they are adaptable and tolerate partial shade and low light conditions as well as fluorescent lighting, making them ideal for most rooms in a home and office settings.
- The Sansevieria is low to medium light tolerant allowing it to live in most living spaces but thrives in medium to bright indirect sunlight.Sansevierias are naturally great at storing water. We suggest watering once a week allowing the soil to drain and dry.Sansevieria are happiest in a well-draining soil.15 – 30 °CA very light feeder, apply a balanced houseplant fertilizer at half strength once every 1 - 3 months.
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