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Sep 27, 2019 · A common houseplant, the Sansevieria trifasciata is native to Asia and Africa. It can be recognized by its evergreen sword-shaped leaves that grow upright, and almost resemble artificial foliage....
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Oct 11, 2017 · Snake Plant Overview Sansevieria are evergreen perennials that can grow anywhere from eight inches to 12 feet high. Their sword-like leaves are approximately two feet long. The foliage is stiff, broad, and upright, in a dark green color variegated with white and yellow striping.
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‘Cylindrical Snake Plant’ — As its name suggests, this species of snake plant has cylindrical leaves that end in a fierce point. ‘Starfish Snake Plant’ — The starfish snake plant has cylindrical leaves that fan out from its base, giving it a starfish-like shape.
Snake plants are beloved for both their style and their toughness: They generally do OK even if your plant care skills are a little embarrassing. But not every snake plant has the flat, striped...
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Nov 04, 2020 · Why Do Sansevierias (Mother-in-Laws Tongue) Plants Flower? While it seems like common sense to be as nice as possible to your plants, Sansevieria plants are like a lot of houseplants in that they thrive on a little neglect. A mother-in-laws tongue plant will produce a flower stalk when it is mildly and continually stressed.
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Plants need roots to survive, but it doesn’t look like your snake plant has any. Perhaps you got the snake plant this way from a gardening supply store, or maybe a friend or coworker even gave it to you in this condition.
Aug 15, 2017 · Step 3. I do not water it, because a snake plant outdoors doesn't need anything more than rain to sustain it. However, because it is a succulent and stores water in its leaves, it does require a pot with a drainage hole and fast-draining potting soil.