A Sansevieria Plant, originally from South Africa, is another hardy almost impossible to kill houseplant that thrives on neglect.
A sansevieria can be placed anywhere in a room from the darkest corner to the brightest window. The better the light, the faster a sansevieria grows.
Over-watering is the main reason sansevieria plants die. Allow the soil to dry out before watering. During the winter, in a low light area, a sansevieria plant may need water only once a month.
Sansevierias grow well in temperatures between 60°F (15.5°C) and 85° F (29°C) Prefer low humidity.
Sansevieria plants may produce flowers every few years during the summer. Flower production occurs when the plant is in bright light and experiencing some stress. Stress for a Sansevieria might be severely dry soil or being root-bound in a small pot. The flowers of a Sansevieria, which appear as clusters on long spikes, are fragrant but not particularly pretty.
Sansevieria plants seem to be immune to house Plant Pests.
Red Leaf Spot Disease and root rot caused by over- watering.
Like to be root-bound in small pots.
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