Sansevieria Moonshine | Moonshine Snake Plant
Water when top 2 inches of soil is completely dry
Height: 10"Pot Size: 5"Leaves: 4 - 5
Medium to Bright Indirect Sunlight
Indoors, Table Top, Shaded Balcony, Living Room, Rare Plants
8 in stock
The Sansevieria Moonshine can grow up to a height of 2 feet.
Sansevieria Moonshine is yet another NASA certified Air Purifying Plant, with the ability to remove formaldehyde and benzene from the air.
They may occasionally produce white, inconspicuous flowers.
Your Sansevieria Moonshine grows best in moderate to bright indirect sunlight . It can survive in both full sun and low light as well. Although, avoid direct sunlight as it can burn the leaves.
In low sunlight, the leaves may turn a darker shade.
Being a succulent, your Moonshine Snake Plant is drought-tolerant. Water only when the top inches of the soil is completely dry to touch. This may amount to watering your plant once every 1-2 weeks in summer. Reduce watering frequency significantly during winter.
Please ensure the leaves remain dry while watering.
A Cactus or Succulent potting mix will work well. It is important to have good drainage to avoid root rot.
For an extra boost, you can fertilize your Sansevieria Moonshine monthly with a balanced houseplant fertiliser during the growing season. Avoid fertilising your plant in winters.
The Moonshine Plant is mildly toxic if ingested and not suitable for spaces with pets and children.
Your Moonshine Sansevieria is a hardy plant and generally not susceptible to any serious diseases and pests. If you do face any pest problem it is likely due to mealy bugs or spider mites.
Remove yellowing or dead leaves if you see signs of root rot.
The less attention you give your Moonshine Sansevieria the better it does.
Drooping leaves - Indication of root rot.
Brown Tips - could indicate underwatering, an overdose of fertilizer or a lack of light or nutrients.
Sansevieria Moonshine, popularly known as the Moonshine Snake Plant, is easy to care for an indoor succulent that adds elegance to any space. The unique pale silver-green hue of these beautiful succulent leaves gives it the appearance of being bathed in moonlight. This no-fuss and low maintenance plant can thrive of neglect making it the perfect choice for beginners. It's playfully referred to as the Mother in Laws Tongue Plant thanks to the sharp edges of its upright leaves.