Sansevieria Flame is another Sansevieria family member with green pointed and variegated leaves with yellow margins or a yellow underside. It is a flowering plant with an uneven rosette design. It thrives in tiny pots, even in low-light situations. It may provide a lovely texture and elegance to your house or business.
Fertilizer/ feed for the plant: Feed your Snake Plant a balanced houseplant fertiliser weekly from late spring through fall. During the winter, avoid fertilising your plant.
Repotting : As your snake plant grows taller and larger, you will need to repot it every two to three years. Propagation: Dividing your snake plant is the simplest method of propagation. Cut the main plant in half at the main rhizome through the root using a sharp knife, then replant the pieces. Leaf cuttings can also be used to grow this plant.
1. What is the cause of my snake Plant’s drooping?
The major reason of your Snake Plant’s drooping is root rot.
2. What’s the deal with my Snake Plant not growing?
The most common reason for your Snake Plant not growing is root rot caused by overwatering. Cut any rotten roots and repot your plant in this scenario.
3. How can I tell if my snake plant has been overwatered?
If your Snake Plant is drooping, it may be due to root rot caused by overwatering.
Design and Decoration
Light Requirements: Sansevierias require indirect and steady sunshine. This resilient plant can handle both low and high light levels. To protect your plants from burning, keep the Sansevieria away from direct sunlight. Snake Plants love bright, shady places with indirect sunlight.
Location :Your plant will thrive in living rooms, bedrooms, shaded patios, and workplace workstations.
Styling/decor tip : Sansevierias look great on their own or in groups with other foliage plants. The towering, dramatic leaves are ideal for adding a splash of colour to any space. The beauty of a snake plant is that it can be used to complement any theme of home design. Our d?cor experts recommend combining the snake plant with dense foliage plants in our gorgeous monochrome or metallic pots to quickly increase the aesthetic factor of your house.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do all Snake Plants clean air?
Snake plants are one of the best indoor air purifying plants. Snake Plants absorb harmful chemicals from the surrounding air and clean it.
How often do I water my Snake Plant?
Water your Snake Plant every other week or when the soil completely dries out in between two watering cycles.
Is Snake Plant safe for pets?
The Snake Plant is mildly toxic for cats and dogs.
What are the common names of Sansevieria Flame Snake Plant?
Sansevieria Flame Snake Plant is also known as Laurentii and Mother-In-Law’s Tongue.