7 Snake Plant Varieties for Low-Maintenance Living Decor

Helloshabby.com -- You may know this plant as snake plant, sansevieria or mother-in-law's tongue. Whatever you name it, snake plants are an easy-going plant that will live in any growing condition. Even so, snake plants still have a preferred growing condition to make them shine more. 

There are almost 70 species of snake plants. Most of them are little to no maintenance. You may be familiar with some types of snake plants, but will you know these following snake plant varieties? Here are 7 Snake Plant Varieties for Low-Maintenance Living Decor

Sansevieria Pinguicula


Sansevieria pinguicula is a rare snake plant varieties native to Kenya. It has thick and pointy leaves with a sharp beige/cream spine at the tip of the leaf. Sansevieria pinguicula is extremely slow-growing snake plant varieties, but they can live for a even decade. They will grow in partial shade or direct sunlight. Place them on a sunny place on the window as living decor.

Sansevieria Boncel


Sansevieria boncel belongs to the variegated of sansevieria clyndrica (starfish). Small and fat leaves makes this plant look so unique and rare. They are very suitable as living room decor. When this plant is old enough, it can form like a fan that blooms like this.  

Sansevieria trifaciata "Golden Hahni"


Sansevieria trifaciata "golden hahni" is a small member of snake plant varieties, they also include as small succulent plant. The plant has a combination of green color framed by yellow leaf edges. They can grow to a 20 cm (8 in) tall. They will also grow well in moderate to bright, indirect lighting or even low-lighting conditions. 

Sansevieria Francisii


Sansevieria francissi is being known as mother-in-law's tongue. This plant has thick leaves that can grow like pineapple leaves. This specialty that makes it the best plant in the Kokedama-style. Sansevieria francissi requite low-watering. You can water it once a week. But, if you're interested in growing them in Kokedama style like this, you should find out more detailed care. 

Sansevieria Moonshine


Sansevieria moonshine is a type of snake plant that is no less unique. Other snake plants tend to be dark green, but sansevieria moonshine is light in color with faded streaks. Set in a silver navy pot makes it perfect for indoor houseplants. 

African spears plant


African spears plant is also sansevieria cylindrical. This plant grows upright with a striking green color. They look great in this ethnic pink pot/container. African spear plant is drought tolerance, so don't leave them in soggy soil, as the roots will rot. You can water it once every two weeks. 

Sansevieria Masoniana


Sansevieria masoniana is known as whale fin plant. It is due to the leaves that can grow like a miniature of whale fin. They also as easy going as its relatives. The plant can survive on a slight drought condition. Place them on a white classic container, then you'll have a classic and stunning (but low maintenance) living decor. 

That's all for 7 Snake Plant Varieties for Low-Maintenance Living Decor. Which type of snake plant, it's your favorite? Let us know in the comments. Hey, if you have other varieties of snake plants, let us know too!

Author      : Yeni
Editor       : Munawaroh
Source     : Various Source

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