Sansevieria Fernwood - African Spear
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🪴 Skill Level: Easy care - relatively undemanding
🌤 Location: Prefers bright indirect light
📏 Grows up to: 100cm
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Nursery Pot Size:
Air Purifier? Mild impact on air quality
Minimum plant height: 20-30cm
Grows up to: 100cm
Stems per pot: 5+
Child / Pet Safe: Mildly toxic if eaten
Humidity: No need to mist (prefers the dry)
Top Tip: Once in a while, pop it outside when it's raining so the leaves get cleaned off
Information on plant sizes
All plants are measured from the bottom of the nursery pot to the tip of the plant and if a height is specified, this is an approximate height, not set in stone. As all plants are living things, they will vary in size throughout the year, and we do our best to give a guide as to the size you can expect. If in doubt drop us an email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sansevieria Fernwood is a hardy houseplant for those who may not have the greenest thumb or who are new to the world of indoor gardening. It requires minimal watering and can thrive in a variety of light conditions, making it a versatile choice for any room in your home. So much so it's categorised as easy.
Its long, cylindrical striped leaves are unique and eye-catching and like most houseplants, they improve air quality. To care for your new Sansevieria Fernwood, simply place it in a well-lit area with indirect sunlight and water it sparingly, allowing the soil to completely dry out between waterings. With minimal care, your Sansevieria Fernwood will thrive and bring a touch of nature to your home.
Note that Sansevieria often shows scaring - it's not a fault but simply what happens as the plant grows and matures. They're very mature by the time they are released for sale and any markings should be considered as characteristics.
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