This hardy plant can also tolerate low light and high light.
One of the fringe benefits of growing an easy-to-care-for houseplant like this is that it’s quite beneficial to the air quality of any indoor space. This awesome rare Sansevieria Whitney is such a cool addition to any plant family!!
from 45.00 The snake plant (Sansevieria) also called mother in law's tongue, has thick, leathery leaves that stand two to four feet tall. In case you raised the humidity because of other plants, it won't be a problem. Sansevieria Whitney 10 in Rating Required Select Rating 1 star (worst) 2 stars 3 stars (average) 4 stars 5 stars (best) Name
Do not fertilise your plant in winters. They add a wonderful accent to any desert garden or patio. The easiest way to propagate is by leaf cuttings. Locations :Sansevieris Whitney prefers bright areas with indirect sunlight.
Living rooms, bedrooms, shaded balconies, doorways, office desks are locations that your plant will love.
Get notified by email when this product is back in stock. Curling and yellowing of leaves or Vein and Die back, White Powder on the surface of leaf, flowers and stalks, Black spots on leaves, Branches or shoots die from the tip inward, Reddish powdery spots/spores appear on leaves, Yellow to white Cotton like patches on the leaves, Roots are rotten and collapse the whole plant. Why is my plant turning yellow? Photos are for plant identification. Plant will be shipped usually bare root and well protected, without or with some soil and without a pot. Sansevieria Care Guide: Light: A brightly lit spot without direct sunshine is suggested. Place your snake plants in indirect light (although they are tolerant of a variety of light conditions) and fertilize during the growing season with an all-purpose plant food. … Spend $50 and get a free surprise clipping Plant will arrive bare All plants have unique characteristics which may or may not be shown in the product photo; exact size, shape and colour will vary with each plant.
Try to avoid getting leaves wet when you water. Plants Cool Plants Cacti And Succulents Cactus Plants Sansevieria Sansevieria Plant Garden Plants Air Plants Planting Succulents. Sansevieris Whitney prefers bright areas with indirect sunlight. They absorb harmful chemicals from the surrounding air and clean it.
Rated 5 out of 5. Styling/decor tip :Sansevierias look good alone or grouped with other foliage plants too.
The plant shape is an inverted pyramid and the arrangement of the leaves is in the form of a rosette. />
This comes in a 6" pot. L-R Whitney, Gold Flame, Eve, Twister, Black Jack. Repotting : You will need to repot your sansevieria every 2 to 3 years to give it a fresh growing medium .
Water your sansevierias every other week or when the soil completely dries out in between two watering cycles. The silver margined rosetted leaves look great on side tables and make great additions to bedroom due to their air purifying qualities.
Pun intended. Propogation : The easiest way to propagate is by leaf cuttings. But Wait, There’s More. Present dark green color in the center of the blades with wide and variegated margins with irregular light green and dark green thin bands. Like other Sansevieria, it can tolerate low light but will grow fast in medium to bright indirect light. In this case cut any rotting roots and repot your plant. To make sure that you get the plant you see on the website, our plants come with a nutrient dense soil less potting mix that sustains the plant during transit and discourages any infestation.
A root rot is the main cause for drooping of your plant. />