Sansevieria trifasciata 'Laurentii'

Scientific Name: Sansevieria trifasciata

Family Name:     Asparagacea

Plant Habit:        Cacti & Succulents

 Sansevieria species has common names include mother-in-law's tongue, devil's tongue, jinn's tongue, bow string hemp, snake plant and snake tongue.

It is tested by NASA it absorbs carbon dioxide at night, and oxygen is released during daylight. Night time absorption of CO₂ purportedly makes them especially suitable as bedroom plants.

It is a very popular plant choice for architecture and interior design.

CARE AND GROWING TIPS:

Foilage / Indoor Plant/Shallow Medium

Exposure

Semi shade to full sun.

However they will still grow in any position (although a little bit slower) as long as it's not deep shade.

Humidity unimportant for all varieties of Sansevieria.

Water

Prefer little water.

Soil

Fast-draining, sandier soil. Slightly acidic to slightly alkaline on soil PH.

Fertilizer

Feeding a standard cactus or all-purpose fertilizer is perfect. Careful not to overdo it though.

 4 REASONS YOURSANSEVIERIA MAY NOT BE DOING WELL:

Excessive watering and root rot at base.

Over exposure to heat & under watering.

Drastic climate temperature change putting the plant to baking midday sun from a long time shady place.

Plant infections.

 

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