Snake Plant Types: Different Varieties And Cultivars

Snake plants are very popular species of indoor houseplants. These sturdy tropical plants are native to Africa. Snake plant is actually a type of succulent. Until recently it was officially labeled under the name of Sansevieria Trifasciata. As a result, many people still presume it to be in the Sansevieria family. However, in 2017 botanists … Read more

How To Trim A Snake Plant? (Mother In Law’s Tongue)

Sansevieria Trifasciata is most commonly known as Snake plant or Mother in law’s tongue. However, there are more than 70 different varieties of Sansevieria. And many of them are classified as different types of snake plants. Snake plants are very popular, easy to maintain houseplant that have fleshy, succulent leaves. Depending on the variety, these leaves … Read more

Sansevieria Fernwood

Sansevieria Fernwood

Sansevieria Fernwood is a pretty popular but frequently miscategorized plant. This species is often confused with Sansevieria Bacularis. Bacularis and Fernwood can look similar in the pictures, especially in case of the smaller plants. But when they grow up, the difference is noticeable. Bacularis has a sparser and taller foliage, and unlike Fernwood the leaves … Read more

7 Amazing Benefits Of Snake Plants

benefits of snake plant

Out of many varieties of houseplants available in the market, snake plant is one of the must haves. Apart from its good looks and need for low maintenance, there are many benefits of having snake plants in your home. This sturdy tropical plant is native to West Africa. There are many other names for snake … Read more

Snake Plant Leaves Turning Yellow – Causes And Treatments

Snake plants are one of the few plants that suit a beginner gardener. Commonly known as mother in law’s tongue, this plant thrives through extreme neglect and requires little maintenance. Snake plant (Sansevieria Trifasciata) has wide, upright leaves with pale green horizontal stripes. While the healthy foliage should have bright to dark green color, a … Read more

Underwatered Snake Plant – What Are The Signs And How To Save It?

underwatered snake plant

Snake plants (Mother in law’s tongue) have a reputation for being very hardy species. Their fleshy, succulent leaves lose water slowly and don’t require frequent replenishing. That’s probably why snake plants are popular and familiar members in many households. Although overwatering is a more common problem for snake plants, underwatering these plants is not impossible. Underwatering doesn’t … Read more

Sansevieria Concinna

Sansevieria Concinna is a one of the slow growing species of Sansevieria. It is not as wildly popular as the common snake plant (Sansevieria Trifasciata). However, this small ornamental houseplant looks great as a decor for homes and offices. Sansevieria Concinna stands out from other snake plants due to its unique spoon shaped leaves (Look … Read more

How To Choose A Perfect Pot For Your Snake Plant?

There’s something unquestionably satisfying about pairing a gorgeous plant with an equally beautiful pot. Snake plants (Sansevieria Trifasciata), also known as Mother in law’s tongue look appealing with their dazzling upright leaves and evergreen colors, and choosing the right pot for a plant is quite essential. In this article, I will share some tips on … Read more

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Why Is My Snake Plant Dying? – Reasons And Solutions

The snake plant is one of the easiest and unique-looking houseplants to grow. This makes it very popular among experienced gardeners as well as beginners. Also known as a Viper’s bowstring hemp or Mother in law’s tongue, this hardy perennial succulent has a reputation for being nearly indestructible. However, like any other houseplant, it can … Read more

Sansevieria Masoniana (Whale’s Fin Plant) – The Ultimate Care Guide

Sansevieria masoniana, commonly known as Mason’s Congo or Whale’s fin is a semi-succulent, stemless and evergreen plant. It has characteristic wide leaves that look like paddles or beaver’s tails. This unique shaped plant also comes in variegated forms. Easy to cultivate and grow, it is excellent as a large houseplant, for indoors as well as outdoors. … Read more