When it comes to low-maintenance plants, it’s hard to find anything easier to grow than snake plants or mother-in-law tongue (Sanseviera). Snake plants are rugged plants with strappy, upright leaves marked by interesting, striped markings. No matter what you call them, growing a snake plant adds real interest to the indoor environment. Read the following articles for helpful tips on caring for snake plants.
Kenya hyacinth is a pretty little succulent that makes a great houseplant. It produces flowers irregularly and can be grown outdoors in hot, dry regions. Care of Kenya hyacinth is not difficult if you provide the right soil and don’t over water. Learn more here.
If you like succulents, try growing starfish sansevieria. What’s a starfish sansevieria? Starfish sansevieria plants, as their name suggests, are starfish-shaped succulents. The following article contains Sansevieria cylindrica info for growing and their care.
Although the snake plant is very tolerant, it does need some basic care and it can show problems, including curling leaves, if neglected for too long. Find out the causes and what to do for a snake plant with curling leaves in this article.
You may know mother-in-law plant as snake plant, appropriately nicknamed for its tall, slender, upright leaves. If your snake plant has droopy leaves, it?s an indication that something isn?t right. Click here for suggestions about possible causes and fixes.
Beauty is definitely in the eye of the beholder, and the (usually) popular snake plant, also known as mother-in-law tongue, is a perfect example. Get more information in this article and learn how to cope when this distinctive plant outgrows its boundaries.
Snake plant care is very straightforward. These plants can be neglected for weeks at a time; yet, with their strappy leaves and architectural shape, they still look fresh. Read more about them in this article.