Plant (country of origin) : Sansevieria Cylindrica silver nymph 虎尾蘭 (The Netherlands)
Height : 37 cm (included the planter)
Planter : Classico color 18
Potting soil / pebbles from Germany
Sansevieria cylindrica is popular as an ornamental plant as it is easy to culture and take care of in a home. Truly, they thrive on neglect. One exception to this rule: their pots must be well drained. Wipe the leaves with a damp cloth to keep them dust-free. Every leaf is tipped with narrow awl-shaped point and care should be taken not to damage it; a leaf with a broken tip will stop growing. The growth is relatively slow and plants last for many years.
How can I tell if I am overwatering/underwatering my Sansevieria?
With our Lechuza planter, you don't need to worry about this! With Lechuza planter, no waterlogging, no dry spells - The water level indicator instantly shows you when your plants need water. Because the sub-irrigation system imitates nature so perfectly, your plants will flourish in LECHUZA. Thanks to the water reservoir they receive all the water they need for healthy growth.
Sansevieria : is quite a tough plant that can endure even the most extreme conditions. But if you want to see a healthy and elegant looking plant growing in your home, you need to take care of the following requirements.
*Although it can withstand very low light conditions, it prefers to grow in plenty of sun and bright light. In the dark, it won’t show too much growth. Placing it near a north-facing window or sheer curtained windows is a good idea. When growing outdoors, it’s best placed in a bright light with shade during the most intense sun in the day. This placement takes advantage of a long growing season and helps the plant survive hot periods.
* Due to its drought tolerant nature, it doesn’t require frequent watering. Watering once every week should be enough during the summer growing season. Make sure the soil is free draining and dries out before you water the next time as wet soil can lead to root rot. If the leaves turn yellow, or get mushy and soft at their base, you’ve overwatered your plant. During winters, you should water once a month or whenever the soil dries out completely.
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