Sansevieria Trifasciata Black Dragon - 6" pot

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This rare beauty is best known for its dark green leaves and compact shape and like the scales of a dragon this plant is basically indestructible. Surviving in not only low light but also tolerates drought, like conditions. Ideally, it loves a brightly lit spot without direct sun but it's pretty forgiving and can handle a small amount of morning or evening sun. Water once a week to 10 days, let the soil dry out completely between waterings, better to under, water than over water. Toxic to pets when eaten in large quantities.

Sansevieria Black Dragon comes in a 6" growers pot, plant height ranges 8" to 10" tall from the base of the pot.


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Care Level: Easy / Beginners
Lighting : Bright to low, indirect sunlight
Water: Every 2 weeks in Summer / 6 weeks in Winter
Pets: NOT pet friendly

Sansevieria Overview

Sansevieria, likely one of the first house plants you’ll encounter in people’s windowless bathrooms, is native to the deserts of Africa and Southern Asia. There are around 70 species of Sansevieria, also commonly known as “mother-in-law’s tongue” or “snake plant” due to their shape, margin of its leaves, resilience, and their ability to make you feel like a terrible plant child when you neglect them, don’t call them, or forget to water them. They’re also one of the few plants that release oxygen at night rather than in the day – so maybe keep one on your nightstand instead of your aromatherapy essential oils. 

Sansevierias make for the perfect gift for those with no plant experience – they come in a variety of shapes, sizes and colours. FYI – the ones seen in the market are often the trifasciata species because they grow much faster compared to their non-commercially grown species. So, if you’re on a mission to catch all 70 of ‘em like you do Pokémon, then you’re in for a real treat – just look both ways before crossing the street, thx!

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