Sansevieria Trifasciata in Ceramic Pot
Water when the topsoil is dry to touch
Height: 0"Pot Size: 0"
Medium to Bright Indirect Sunlight
Indoors, Table Top, Shaded Balcony, Living Room, Well-lit Windows
Sansevieria Trifasciata Plant is native to western Africa and belongs to the Asparagus family.
Your Sansevieria Trifasciata is a that can effectively remove CO2, Formaldehyde, and benzene from the air. They also remove cancer-causing pollutants as well and help in easing airborne allergies.
It can reach up to a height of 3 feet when grown indoors with its beautiful and dramatic foliage.
Your plant does well in bright to medium indirect sunlight to grow in the best manner. Make sure that you do not place it in direct sunlight or its leaves may burn.
If you do not have any natural source of light in your house, you can also keep your plant in fluorescent light. They can also grow in fluorescent lights.
The temperature should not go below 5℃ for your plant or the plant growth may start to decline as well. Hence, you must keep your plant indoors during the winter season.
You must water your Snake Plant only when the topsoil is dry to touch and not completely dry that it cracks up. It may decline your plant's health.
Be careful to not overwater your Sansevieria Trifasciata or it may lead to root rot.
You should not mist your plant if the humidity level is above 60%. If your room has extremely dry air, you can mist them once every 2-3 days to maintain the humidity level to boost their growth.
Silver Satin Pothos prefers a nutrient-rich and well-draining potting mix. So you can consider mixing any houseplant potting mix for the plant.
Your Snake Plant does not require fertilizer to thrive but that will boost its growth. You can use any fertilizer for your plant with an NPK ratio of 12-8-16 or 18-6-12 to your plant once every month during its growing season.
During the winter season, you must withhold the use of any fertilizer as it is the natural resting period fr your plants.
Your Sansevieria Trifasciata is only mildly toxic for both humans and pets. If ingested it can cause mild symptoms of gastrointestinal problems and tongue burning sensation.
Your Sansevieria does not require to be misted regularly as it will make them soggy. However, you should dust off the dirt from the leaves of your plant once or twice a month to keep the surface area clean.
You can divide and repot your Sansevieria Trifasciata plants easily during the spring season. It will boost the growth of the plants.
Sansevieria Trifasciata Leaves turning Brown: It is caused due to underwatering situations- Water your plant once when the topsoil is dry to touch to prevent this.
Sansevieria Trifasciata leaves turning yellow: It is an indication of prolonged excessive watering- Cut down your watering schedule and only water your plant when the top 2-3 inches of the soil is dry.
A striking, beautiful, bold, hardy, and easy-to-care houseplant, Sansevieria Trifasciata is one of the most tolerant houseplants that require little to no care to stay beautiful. It is also known as Snake Plant and is a slow-growing plant that can even tolerate extremely l. This has made them immensely popular around the globe. Not just that, they are also deemed to be a that is sure to add a bunch of colors to your home.