Introducing the Sansevieria fan cylindrica, also known as cylindrical snake plant. This unique and dramatic plant features big, bold spear-like leaves that grow in a fan formation, piercing through the air. Over time, new growth emerges, filling the pot with even more finger-like foliage. Although this plant is known for developing browning on the tips, don’t worry, it is a natural occurrence and does not indicate that the plant is unhealthy. Caring for your snake plant is easy because it is low-light and drought tolerant, making it perfect for beginners or those who have a busy lifestyle.
Not only is the Sansevieria fan cylindrica a stunning addition to your home decor, but it is also an excellent air-purifying plant, providing some extra oxygen to your space. However, it is important to note that this plant is toxic if ingested, so keep it away from pets and small children as it may cause skin irritation.
Sansevieria cylindrica is a slow-growing plant that forms a colony of solid cylindrical leaves. The rounded, leathery, rigid, erect to arching leaves are dark green with thin dark green vertical stripes and horizontal grey-green bands, growing to about 1-1.5 meters in height and 2-2.5 cm thick. The plant blooms once a year in winter to spring, with delicate greenish-white tubular flowers that are lightly fragrant.
This plant is easy to grow and tolerant of a wide range of conditions. It prefers bright, indirect sunlight and well-draining soil. Allow the soil to dry out completely between waterings, and fertilize once a month during the growing season. Sansevieria fan cylindrica is perfect for gardeners of all levels, and its unique shape will make a statement in any room of your home.
*Size varies per plant.
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