Starfish Snake Plant

Scientific name : “Sansevieria cylindrica ‘Boncel’”

Sansevieria ‘Starfish’ (Sansevieria cylindrica ‘Boncel’) is a succulent plant with short, fat, fleshy cylindrical leaves that taper to a point. This snake plant cultivar has leaves with grayish-green color and bands of darker green marks around the leaves.

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Sansevieria ‘Starfish’ (Sansevieria cylindrica ‘Boncel’) is a succulent plant with short, fat, fleshy cylindrical leaves that taper to a point. This snake plant cultivar has leaves with grayish-green color and bands of darker green marks around the leaves. Many species of Sansevieria have the common name ‘snake plant’—this cultivar also goes by the name cylindrical snake plant. Sansevieria starfish plants are easy-care succulents that need plenty of indirect sunlight and little water. Sansevieria starfish succulents thrive indoors in bright indirect sunlight and planted in well-draining sandy soil. Cylindrical snake plants need water only when the potting mix is dry. As with most succulent plants, sansevieria starfish plants don’t require extra indoor humidity. Grow in average room temperatures and fertilize monthly during the growing season. Sansevieria starfish succulents thrive indoors in bright indirect sunlight and planted in well-draining sandy soil. Cylindrical snake plants need water only when the potting mix is dry. As with most succulent plants, sansevieria starfish plants don’t require extra indoor humidity. Grow in average room temperatures and fertilize monthly during the growing season.

Sunlight – Sansevieria starfish succulents thrive indoors in bright indirect sunlight and planted in well-draining sandy soil.

Watering – Water starfish sansevieria plants only when the soil dries out. In summer, water the succulents every week or two. During winter, water starfish sansevieria infrequently—every month or even less.

Plant Care – The most common types of sansevieria diseases are fungal infections due to root rot. Overwatering sansevierias is usually the reason for roots that start to decay. To prevent snake plant disease, only water the plant when the soil is completely dry.

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