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Sansevieria (Snake Plant) | Mini
Sansevieria, also called snake plant and mother in law’s tongue, is an easy to care for plant that can tolerate a wide range of lighting conditions. It can survive in lower light spaces, but will grow much better in bright, indirect light. Place her in a cozy nook near your kitchen window to enjoy some greenery while you cook! Each plant is sold separately. 🙂
Weight 1 lbs
Longest Leaf Length
Water: While snake plants are often considered indestructible, overwatering can cause root rot, and eventually kill your plant. Make sure to water only when the soil is completely dry. When watering, water thoroughly, until water comes out of the drainage holes and remove any standing water from the pot’s saucer before placing your plant back in its home.
Light: Snake plants grow best in bright, indirect sunlight. Look for a south or west facing window with sheer curtains. Sansevieria can tolerate low-light conditions, but your plant will grow slowly and will not thrive to its full potential.
Soil: Use fast-draining soil in a pot with a drainage hole. Using a terracotta will help ensure water can evaporate more readily, so your plant will be less likely to accidentally be overwatered. Orchid or succulent potting mix will work well with sansevieria, adding perlite or orchid bark to regular potting mix will also help with drainage.
Fertilizer: You can use an indoor plant fertilizer once or twice during the growing season.
Propagation: Sansevieria can be grown from leaves or more commonly from pups, or small offsets from the main plant. After some time, the mother plant may send out an offset through an underground rhizome. To propagate, remove the whole plant from the soil, then with clean shears, cut the rhizome connecting the mother and new offset. Repot the new pup in a smaller pot and care for as usual.
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- Store Name: Namu Garden
- Vendor: Tami Noblet
- Address: Saint Paul, MN 55105
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