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Sanseveria Hahnii Forest Star

Sanseveria Hahnii Forest Star

Regular price $25.00 USD
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This Sansevieria has gorgeous radial leaves with alternating striations of gray green and dark green. Its small size and slow growth rate make it the perfect tabletop houseplant for your home or office. 

The Forest Star is a “power plant” loaded with all the essentials that make it the ultimate easy-care indoor plant. It is  low-light tolerant, drought tolerant, air purifying, and oxygen producing! The Sansevieria is the  perfect beginner plant and makes an ideal housewarming gift.

We handpick each indoor plant, package it with great care, and ship it directly to you!

This plant is toxic if ingested, so keep it away from pets and small children.  It may also cause skin irritation.    

You will receive a Sanseveria Hahnii Forest Star similar to the one shown in the pictures.

Greenhouse grown. 

Shown in 4" pot. Will ship in pot.

Care Instructions:

-Light: These plants can tolerate somewhat low light conditions, but they prefer some fulll light along with bright filtered light. Outdoors they will appreciate morning sun but should be protected from direct hot afternoon sun. Indoors they like a bright north-facing window. Too strong of light can cause the leaves to yellow around the edges, and too little light can result in subpar leaf growth.

-Water: Sanseveria can survive long periods of drought and being left in soggy soil or standing water for too long can cause the roots to rot. Let the soil dry out between waterings, and then water the plant deeply. Watering every week to every other week is generally enough. If you’re growing your plant in a container, be sure to empty the saucer of any excess water that comes through the drainage holes. During the winter months, put a little more time between your waterings than you did during the growing season. Watering roughly once a month should be fine.

-Temperature: These succulents grow naturally in hot, dry climates, and cold temperatures can damage or kill them. Make sure they remain in temperatures above 50 degrees Fahrenheit. That includes protecting them from cool drafts, such as those from air conditioners. Humidity usually isn’t an issue as long as the soil isn’t saturated.

-Soil: Like most succulents, these plants prefer a sandy soil that has excellent drainage and doesn’t retain water. A potting mix made especially for succulents is ideal.

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