Sansevieria 'Moonshine' 6"

Common Name(s): snake plant, sansevieria, mother-in-laws tongue, moonshine snake plant, devil's tongue, African spear, bow string hemp, bowstring hemp

Description: Long, wide, thick leaves with a greyish blue hue that protrude directly from the ground. Flowers rarely, white or cream flowers grow on a long flower stalk.

Light: Bright, indirect light. Can tolerate both low light and some gentle sun.

Water: Water when dry. Drought tolerant.

Origins: Native to Africa and India.

Other Interesting Facts: Sansevieria trifasciata has been an incredibly important plant used for centuries to produce high-quality cordage for the making of rope, baskets, bowstrings, and many other products. Part of the Asparagus (Asparagaceae) family. Recently reclassified from Sansevieria to Dracaena.


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