Sansevierias are Spikey evergreen perennials that have become popular for their stylish appearance and their hardiness. The most common variety is known as snake plant or mother-in-law’s tongue for its long pointed cylindrical leaves that tend to grow more vertically.
How To Care
Light: Sansevieria tolerates filtered light. bright light brings out the colors in the leaves
Water: Water sparingly throughout the winter, allow the soil dry completely before watering.
Fertilizer: sansevieria is a light feeder, feed the plant once every three weeks throughout the summer
Temperature: it will be damaged at a temperature below 50 degrees Fahrenheit (10 degree Celsius)
Potting: leaf cuttings are the easiest ways for planting. Place suckers or parts of leaves in potting soil, and keep them slightly moist until they develop roots.
Pruning: needs no pruning