Known best for being tough-as-nails and easy to grow in just about any condition, the Sanseveria is a favorite for house plant enthusiasts! Rugged, long foliage emerges from the pot and will reach skyward, creating a very unique foliage arrangement.
Sanseveria is also known as Snake Plant or colloquially as Mother In Laws Tongue. Whatever you choose to call it, we know it will become a favorite in your plant assortment!
Ed's Plant Profile
Scientific Name: Sansevieria
Common Name: Mother In Laws Tongue, Snake Plant
Native Range: Southern Asia
Ed's Care Guide
Light: Can tolerate any light conditions but prefers high or medium light conditions. In low light conditions, the leaves may turn a darker green color but still retains its silvery sheen.
Water: Allow soil to completely dry out before watering. Plant is drought-tolerant.
Pruning: Prune as needed to remove brown or dead leaves and control growth.
Feeding: Fertilize with a general-purpose plant food twice a year in spring and summer.
Propagation: Easily propagated through division
Pests: Typically free from serious disease and pest problems
Toxicity: Toxic to humans or pets.